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Investigative Reporting

Bound books containing investigative pieces I did in Secaucus over the last few years mysterious disappeared from the library. So I'm putting up this links to those stories as a public service

Billboard project gets okay 7/15/2001

Rental fees could help fund new recreation center 11/10/02

Billboards questioned

Town attorney answers questions on billboard controversy

Town officials continue to defend billboard deal as legal

Town officials maintain that they have a clear conscience on billboard deal

Billboard representative donated to mayor 7/13.03

Some charge that county-connected firm may be part of building deal

Dispute over land sale could kill deal, Elwell says

Board of Ed and council still disagree over property ownership

Background material for bill board scandal

Trustees review plans for new library

Trustees make changes to plans for new library

Taking the next step: Council approves revised library plans

Library bids come in high

No hitches in library plans

At long last: library contract awarded

Ground broken for library construction

Friends' fundraiser sells bricks and name plates

Library contractor dumped

Library construction restarted despite firing of contractor

New library looks to open doors by early September

Library to open 12/22/02

Officials gather in new library building

All in the family? Hiring practices for professionals examined

Iacono holds nine positions in Town Hall

The cost of having fun: Town seeks bids for public event vendor

A simple mistake:Town billed for political function

Feds take over local union

Iacono union conflict not a matter of town concern, lawyer says

Heflich challenges Iacono on cellular telephone use

City staffers' cell phone records not available, officials say

Iacono accuses political foe Bueckner of seeking to change official minutes

Town administrator tries to have Board of Ed. member investigated

Law may double mayor's term: no one knew?

Assembly gets bill to double terms for mayor and council

Former inspector claims fire code inspections are lacking

Lack of staff contribute to lack of inspections

Inspection gap

Intimidation or friendly warning?

Wrongfully fired?

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