Monthly Archives: March 2011

THESE WEBSITES WE LOVE…

Stumbling Around On The Internet, In Search Of Information On Municipal Government & Budget Transparency, We Found The Following Websites. First… Local Government Spending Transparency This site, built by the State Of South Carolina is like Town Stats or Data … Continue reading

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The School Budget & Equal Treatment

“YOU CAN’T HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO” People Want Tax & Spending Restraint, And Yet They Cry Foul When It Affects Them Personally. Please Tell Us What Is Wrong With That Picture… But First, We Were Wrong; The … Continue reading

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Breaking News…

The Following Kinda Illustrates Our Feeling About Crime In Neptune And Why We Need To Put More Police Into Action Dealing With Urban Crime Like This And Let Technology Deal With Traffic Violations Where It Is Entirely Capable Of Doing … Continue reading

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What Does Neptune & An Ostrich Have In Common?

They Both Put Their Heads In The Sand… Yup, you guessed it; we’re talking about our pet project, Red Light Cameras.  Guess what Neptune Administration, they are all around us and we keep ignoring the technology. In the following article … Continue reading

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MORE COMMENTS ON THE BUDGET…

While We Are Waiting For Feedback On The Township Committee Meeting Last Night, We’ll Take Some Additional Time To Comment On Our Recently Introduced Budget. 1) We’re STILL muddled over Resolution 11-132 which “Authorizes The Deferment Of 2011 School Taxes … Continue reading

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To Start Tuesday Off…

The FACTS Are What’s Important To Your Voting Decision. Not Party Affiliation Or Who You Personally Like. When The FACTS Become Evident, Then Your Decision Should Be Very Clear.

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Heavy Reading

Here’s Our Next Installment Of Heavy Reading, Entitled “State & Municipal Debt, The Coming Crisis.” The Authors Have Been Called Before Congress To Give Testimony On This Issue. Part One represents testimony from Nicole Gelinas to the House Subcommittee on … Continue reading

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