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John Paff
Attended Rutgers University, '79
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Perth Amboy pays $15,000 to settle breach of contract suit filed by former city official.
On April 9, 2014, the City of Perth Amboy (Middlesex County) resolved to pay $15,000 to its former Executive Director of General Government who sued the City in 2012 for failing or refusing to pay her incremental pay increases that were set forth in her con...
On April 9, 2014, the City of Perth Amboy (Middlesex County) resolved to pay $15,000 to its former Executive Director of General Government who sued the City in 2012 for failing or refusing to pay her incremental pay increase...
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Small town in Atlantic County has 19 records custodians and alternates.
On January 27, 2014, the Town Council of Hammonton, an Atlantic County community with a 2010 population 14,791, resolved to appoint a separate deputy records custodian for each of ten principal departments in the municipality.  The same resolution also appo...
On January 27, 2014, the Town Council of Hammonton, an Atlantic County community with a 2010 population 14,791, resolved to appoint a separate deputy records custodian for each of ten principal departments in the municipality...
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No where in the statue does it say that the town council can appoint deputy custodians. That has always been left ri the Custodian of Records.
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Civil suit accuses Sayreville teacher of making racist comments
On March 11, 2014, an eighteen year old former student at Sayreville War Memorial High School (Middlesex County) sued his auto mechanics teacher of racially discriminating against him.  According to the lawsuit, which is on-line here , Isaiah Roberts claime...
On March 11, 2014, an eighteen year old former student at Sayreville War Memorial High School (Middlesex County) sued his auto mechanics teacher of racially discriminating against him.  According to the lawsuit, which is on-l...
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Whistleblower suit filed by North Brunswick former DPW Supervisor
On March 6, 2014, Mark LaMonica, who formerly served as North Brunswick Township's (Middlesex County) Supervisor of the Department of Public Works, sued Mayor Francis Womack, Business Administrator Robert Lombard and DPW Director Glenn Sandor for transferri...
On March 6, 2014, Mark LaMonica, who formerly served as North Brunswick Township's (Middlesex County) Supervisor of the Department of Public Works, sued Mayor Francis Womack, Business Administrator Robert Lombard and DPW Dire...
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Open Government and a pint of beer in Metuchen tomorrow.
Come join me at at the Citizens Campaign's "Civic.ly Speaking" event on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 6 p.m. at Hailey's Harp & Pub, 400 Main St, Metuchen, NJ 08840.  More information is on-line here .
Come join me at at the Citizens Campaign's "Civic.ly Speaking" event on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 6 p.m. at Hailey's Harp & Pub, 400 Main St, Metuchen, NJ 08840.  More information is on-line here.
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Trooper discloses home address despite Deputy Attorney General's security concerns.
Back on August 7, 2012, I blogged (link here ) about a call I had received from the Attorney General's office asking me to not publish the home address of a State Trooper on my blog.  According to Deputy Attorney General Vincent J. Rizzo, Jr.,  the Trooper,...
Back on August 7, 2012, I blogged (link here) about a call I had received from the Attorney General's office asking me to not publish the home address of a State Trooper on my blog.  According to Deputy Attorney General Vince...
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Hammonton pays $70,000 to settle claim that police subjected man to dog bite.
On March 25, 2014, the Town of Hammonton (Atlantic County) agreed to pay $70,000 to a Collings Lake man who sued members of the Hammonton Police Department for allegedly directing a police dog "to attack and repeatedly bite" him. In his suit, Robert Keeler ...
On March 25, 2014, the Town of Hammonton (Atlantic County) agreed to pay $70,000 to a Collings Lake man who sued members of the Hammonton Police Department for allegedly directing a police dog "to attack and repeatedly bite" ...
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Interesting Suppression Hearing upcoming in Atlantic County
​This is my letter sent to a drug inmate today who is claiming that his suppression motion was improperly denied because the judge relied upon the credibility of a police officer who has since been charged with official misconduct. -----------------------...
​This is my letter sent to a drug inmate today who is claiming that his suppression motion was improperly denied because the judge relied upon the credibility of a police officer who has since been charged with official misco...
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Following up on: Publishing the "amount" of no-bid government contracts
April 3, 2014 Thomas Neff, Director Division of Local Government Services (via e-mail only) RE: Publishing the "amount" of no-bid government contracts Dear Mr. Neff: On December 23, 2012, I wrote to you about a common, statewide problem of municipal governm...
April 3, 2014 Thomas Neff, Director Division of Local Government Services (via e-mail only) RE: Publishing the "amount" of no-bid government contracts Dear Mr. Neff: On December 23, 2012, I wrote to you about a common, statew...
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Judge to Lawyer: Redo your paperwork and this time put some thought into it.
When I litigate, I am often frustrated that the lawyers representing my adversary often file answers and responses that do not fairly meet the subject of the counts within my civil complaints.  Too often, my adversaries' lawyers will simply issue blanket de...
When I litigate, I am often frustrated that the lawyers representing my adversary often file answers and responses that do not fairly meet the subject of the counts within my civil complaints.  Too often, my adversaries' lawy...
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Self Employed - Real Estate
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  • City Line Insurance, Inc.
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Somerset, New Jersey
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Bridgeton, New Jersey - Pompano Beach, Florida - New Brunswick, New Jersey - North Jersey, New Jersey
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Presently serving as Chairman of the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project as well as the NJLP's Preempted Ordinance Repeal Project. 

President, Middlebush Volunteer Fire Department.

Married, 2 children
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  • Rutgers University, '79
  • Bridgeton High School, '75
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Postal Service Goes Negative on These Newfangled Electronic Mails
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The U.S. Postal Service is royally screwed. Mail volume is down, benefits and pensions are out of control, and the USPS is Out of Money. Aft