Wednesday, November 25, 2015
They waited until after the elections
The announcement and threat to courtesy busing did not come too long after the ink was still wet on the contracts that was signed with the bus companies. The monitor claimed a lack of funding and projected savings did not materialize since bids came in at higher costs than expected. All this information was readily available as soon as the contracts were signed. However the referendum threat only came after the elections. Who are they protecting? obviously the ones that have the power in Trenton to get things done and cut out this nonsense. The vaad, endorsed candidates who have done absolutely nothing regarding the issues with the state monitor and the Department of education. Did they even discuss it with the voters before hand? Those in the Assembly have the power to fix and take care of business. Lakewood voted for them its time they do something about it.