Little Egg Bull Dung
To the Editor:
Even though I haven’t been to township meetings due to my injuries, it does not mean I don’t read, see and hear all the bull dung going on in Little Egg Harbor.
What am I talking about? Let me tell you my opinions and you will understand.
Lt. Don Johnson is out of work for more than two years and still is receiving a yearly salary of $137,453. Why/how is he still receiving this salary after all this time? What does he know that the township committee will not discuss this issue at the township meeting? Isn’t this action preventing active police officers from getting promotions due them? Answers to these questions would be appreciated although our township-elected officials refuse to comment on this subject.
The MUA is another subject that is bull dung. Joseph Mezzina receives a yearly salary of $5,000 to watch over Dave Johnson, who receives a yearly salary of $200,000. They are supposed to watch out for the safety of the water for the citizens of this community. Yet in some areas in this township people are drinking and washing with water coming from pipes that contain asbestos. Is anyone suffering from cancer? Perhaps you should seek a lawyer? I went through radiation and it is a hard ride.
Phoenix Pinelands Corp. is constantly allowed by our township to dig beneath the water level for its mining operation. It is now digging below our aquifer’s level. Does anyone know what that means? Correct, water pollution, and yet our township still allows it, constantly letting Phoenix dig deeper.
Something that boggles my mind is if this is supposed to be a bipartisan township, why do the people not have the right to vote for a mayor, but rather have the township committee select who the mayor is? This seems like a socialist action rather than a democratic action to me.
I was so happy when I heard Peter Ferwerda was running because he cares about the people and the community. I have worked with him on many projects to try to help the citizens of this community. I am hoping all the people who were going to support me when I was going to run for the township committee would give their support to Peter. After all, the authorities cannot attack him with the Hatch Act, as they did to me.
Little Egg Harbor