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Friday, January 18, 2008

Friday quick hits

Trenton should not allow its historic high school to be demolished, especially based upon seemingly faulty numbers presented by the city's school board about building a new school facility.


The state is welcoming its first comptroller, in a move that hopefully means more oversight of New Jersey's corrupt state government. Democratic leader Bonnie Watson Coleman welcomes the new state official.


Curiously, the Trenton City Council president suggested council "join" the lawsuit initiated by group of Trenton residents to get the residency ordinance enforced against Police Director Joseph Santiago. How about council just uses its statutory ability to remove the director for breaking the law, saving taxpayer dollars and taxpayer time?


Those commuting from Trenton Train Station should be pleased. A potentially crippling strike has been averted.

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