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According to NJ State Union statistics, the median pay for an experienced secretary is $36,000.00. Harrison, NJ has an entry level, no experience starting salary of $119,000.00. Thats is some wild discrepency. The median salary for a fireman in the State of NJ is $60,000.00. Harrison pays $90,000.00 to $150,000.00 for a fireman. In almost every category or position, Harrison doubles the pay of the average state worker. Thats very generous for a ton hat is completely broke and cannot even borrow money due to their poor credit rating and soon to come defaulting on bond obligations.

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According to NJ State Union statistics, the median pay for an experienced secretary is $36,000.00. Harrison, NJ has an entry level, no experience starting salary of $119,000.00. Thats is some wild discrepency. The median salary for a fireman in the State of NJ is $60,000.00. Harrison pays $90,000.00 to $150,000.00 for a fireman. In almost every category or position, Harrison doubles the pay of the average state worker. Thats very generous for a ton hat is completely broke and cannot even borrow money due to their poor credit rating and soon to come defaulting on bond obligations.

[/quoteo what exactly are you saying? you just realized the corruption in this town?guess your not from around here, this has been going on for years, only now its limited to a selective few and those that got away with stuff before are not and are opening their mouths like whiny kiddies, such as steve and maria and jerry and michael till fatherinlaw got in with the mayor again. shall i continue.......... give it a rest already or just leave town. you make me sick

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According to NJ State Union statistics, the median pay for an experienced secretary is $36,000.00. Harrison, NJ has an entry level, no experience starting salary of $119,000.00. Thats is some wild discrepency. The median salary for a fireman in the State of NJ is $60,000.00. Harrison pays $90,000.00 to $150,000.00 for a fireman. In almost every category or position, Harrison doubles the pay of the average state worker. Thats very generous for a ton hat is completely broke and cannot even borrow money due to their poor credit rating and soon to come defaulting on bond obligations.

All I can say is you are absolutly correct and the only thing we can do is send this information to Governor Cristy.

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According to NJ State Union statistics, the median pay for an experienced secretary is $36,000.00. Harrison, NJ has an entry level, no experience starting salary of $119,000.00. Thats is some wild discrepency. The median salary for a fireman in the State of NJ is $60,000.00. Harrison pays $90,000.00 to $150,000.00 for a fireman. In almost every category or position, Harrison doubles the pay of the average state worker. Thats very generous for a ton hat is completely broke and cannot even borrow money due to their poor credit rating and soon to come defaulting on bond obligations.

Helloooooo, when did Harrison's Powers that Be ever play by the rules? That Union isn't worth the dues it collects or the time it takes to go to the meetings. It's who you know, not what you know. Get a clue. It's all about the chosen few.

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It's not the Powers that be, it's the Powell's that be. I will never, and people say never say never, figure out why the resdents of Harrison re-elected McMeatball and the current Clouncil. They for the most part directly said they were going to leave mid-term when there was no cash left. That time is now. They town is subverting the two percent cap and if you want adequate service and check the boxes for 60 cops and 60 fireman your tax bill will be $25,000/year. Then when you ask why this is so the politicos will finally have a answer. You specifically voted for it, now don't complain, just pay. None of the golden parachute (such as secretaries) salaried jobs wil be on that ballot. They will get their usual raise without the pesants input.

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