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Freeholders Heading To Court To Compel Donovan To Cooperate With Investigation


Freeholders Heading To Court To Compel Donovan To Cooperate With InvestigationIn what would be considered bizarre anywhere but in 2014 Bergen County the Bergen County Freeholders today passed a resolution to authorize the board to ask a judge to compel County Executive, Kathleen Donovan, and other staff members to appear before them to answer questions.

Donovan’s Attack Ad: ‘100% Lie’ According To Officials and Documents [Video]


Donovan’s Attack Ad: ‘100% Lie’ According To Officials and Documents [Video]Freeholder and Democratic candidate for Bergen County Executive James Tedesco was joined on Sunday morning by Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera and more than a dozen supporters to address allegations made in a recent political advertisement put out by his opponent Republican Kathleen Donovan.  Freeholder Steve Tanelli said “we are here to put to rest the lies that have no place here in Bergen County.”

Hackensack Police Director Mordaga, Bergen Prosecutor Can Be Sued In Mob Hit Case


Hackensack Police Director Mordaga, Bergen Prosecutor Can Be Sued In Mob Hit CaseIn the latest chapter of a story that reads like a cliff hanger from the Sopranos a Federal Appeals Court vacated an earlier dismissal of a law suit brought by the estate of reputed mobster Frank P. Lagano against Michael Mordaga, former Chief of Detectives for the Bergen County Prosecutor, and the Bergen County Prosecutor’s office.

Bergen County Police Chief Avoids PBA Suspension


Bergen County Police Chief Avoids PBA SuspensionAs reported, Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins, who is also the Director of Public Safety, was called before the judiciary committee of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association to face accusations that stem from an incident in August 2013 when Republican Freeholder Maura DeNicola was stopped by a county sheriff's officer.

Donovan Allies Cashing In With The Help Of The Bergen County Improvement Authority


Donovan Allies Cashing In With The Help Of The Bergen County Improvement Authority The Bergen County Improvement Authority (BCIA) is one of the least know parts of Bergen County Government, to voters that is. For political cronies the BCIA is the honey pot of County government. The BCIA has quietly run up a tab of legal fees in the millions, all paid to political allies of Kathleen Donovan, delivering on that promise of a ‘higher quality of life’ for some citizens at least.

Tedesco Responds To Threats From Donovan Ally Alan Marcus


Tedesco Responds To Threats From Donovan Ally Alan MarcusJim Tedesco, the Democratic Candidate for Bergen County Executive, today released the following statement to a letter received from Alan Marcus – Kathe Donovan’s former campaign manager and advisor

Donovan To Sheriff’s Officers: “The Case Is Not Over”


Donovan To Sheriff’s Officers: “The Case Is Not Over”Still defiant, even after a Supreme Court rejection, Donovan insisted - “We must pay it and we are but in theory, the courts could have it paid back. That’s the other remedy that if they rule in our favor, in my favor, in the taxpayers’ favor, they would have to pay the money back”

Bergen County School Board Candidates


Bergen County School Board Candidates Here are the candidates for school boards across Bergen County in the November elections. New Jersey’s 4,800 board members are the largest group of elected officials in the state, responsible for decisions affecting the operation of more than 2,400 public schools and the education of over 1.37 million children.


Will Christie Hurt Or Help Donovan In Bridgegate County

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Christie’s issues with Bridegate still resonate especially in Fort Lee and Bergen County. Trust in New Christie has continued to decline after hitting an all-time low last March, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.

Freeholders Heading To Court To Compel Donovan To Cooperate With Investigation

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In what would be considered bizarre anywhere but in 2014 Bergen County the Bergen County Freeholders today passed a resolution to authorize the board to ask a judge to compel County Executive, Kathleen Donovan, and other staff members to appear before them to answer questions.

Paterson City Code Inspector Arrested For Taking Boy, 12, To South Hackensack Motel Room

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Authorities arrested a former Paterson Board of Education member and Boy Scout leader who works for the city as a code inspector after he’d spent a night at a Route 46 motel in South Hackensack with a 12-year-old boy, according to the Bergen County Prosecutor's office.

Bergen County's 1200 Voting Machines Get Ready For Election Day

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Anyone who has driven down Moonachie Avenue by Teterboro Airport has noticed the green signs that read “Voting Machine Division County of Bergen”. The arrows on those signs will guide you to a building that does not stand out and for the most of the year goes unnoticed.

Donovan Directed To Appear Before Freeholder Board Today

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Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan has been directed to appear before the Bergen County Freeholder Board today at 4:30pm. Donovan refused to appear on Wednesday after she was sent a letter from Freeholder Chairman David Ganz requesting her to come before the Board. The Freeholders are seeking answers from Donovan about what Ganz has called a “no-show job” that Donovan gave to a political consultant whose Public Relations Company also worked for the City of Hackensack and the Borough of North Arlington.

Donovan Stands By TV Commercial, Says She Believes It

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“I stand by everything we said in our commercials. We’ve provided substantiation for every claim we made. We believe that everything that we have said is correct and true,” Donovan told PolitickerNJ before the start of a parade in Hackensack on Sunday afternoon. “

Democratic Candidate For County Exec Demands Apology, Files Lawsuit for Defamation

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On Friday, Tedesco filed a defamation suit against Donovan and the Republican State Committee for deliberately promoting false accusations and lies when they said Tedesco “lost over $3.6 million worth of our tax dollars through illegal financial activities.”

Donovan’s Attack Ad: ‘100% Lie’ According To Officials and Documents [Video]

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Freeholder and Democratic candidate for Bergen County Executive James Tedesco was joined on Sunday morning by Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera and more than a dozen supporters to address allegations made in a recent political advertisement put out by his opponent Republican Kathleen Donovan.  Freeholder Steve Tanelli said “we are here to put to rest the lies that have no place here in Bergen County.”

U.S.Sen Cory Booker Attends Access Ridgewood '14 [Photos]

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U.S. Senator Cory Booker and Freeholders James Tedesco and Joan Voss joined Ridgewood Mayor Paul Aronsohn this afternoon for the Ridgewood Community Access Network's 6th annual “Access Ridgewood” disability awareness program. “This annual event is made possible by the generosity of so many, and it is a wonderful showing of how communities can come together to raise awareness and appreciation for people with disabilities” said Senator Booker.

Donovan Ran Attack Ad Knowing The Facts Were Wrong

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Republican Kathleen Donovan’s latest attack ad makes claims about her challenger James Tedesco that turned out to be not only misleading but simply false. Donovan began airing a television commercial on Tuesday despite a week old report from the Paramus Borough Attorney that shows there is no truth to the allegations.

Eustace & Tedesco: Transparency and Accountability Must Improve at Port Authority

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Assemblyman Tim Eustace (D-38) and Bergen County Freeholder Jim Tedesco today discussed what steps must be taken to increase transparency and accountability at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.  Eustace is the author of bipartisan legislation (A-3289) to do just that and Tedesco has authored a resolution to create a Community Host Bill of Rights.

Officials from South Korea Visit the Bergen County Freeholders

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Officials from the South Chungcheonnam Council in Korea visited the Bergen County Freeholders to learn about the unique County form of Government in Bergen County.

Sheriff's Officers, Hackensack Police Nab Two For Shoplifting At Riverside Square

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On Friday, October 10, 2014, at approximately 7:00pm p.m., detectives assigned to the Quality of Life Initiative consisting of officers from Hackensack Police Department and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office arrested Dejan Marjanovic and Alexander Golen, both of Park St., Hackensack, NJ, for shoplifting and possession of burglary tools.

Tedesco Assists Hackensack Riverkeeper with Cleanup

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On Saturday afternoon Freeholder Jim Tedesco (Paramus) assisted the Hackensack Riverkeeper, Captain Bill Sheehan on a river cleanup sendoff. Volunteers from across the County gathered at Kenneth B. George Park in River-Edge to assist the Riverkeeper in a cleanup effort.

Menendez, Booker Applaud $74 Million to Fortify Sewage Treatment, Drinking Water Systems

U.S. Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker today applauded the award of $74 million to New Jersey to help finance improvements to water projects that are essential in protecting public health and the environment.  This annually awarded funding is in addition to the $229 million New Jersey received for Superstorm Sandy resiliency projects and will be used to upgrade sewage plants and drinking water systems throughout the state.
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