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CNBNews.net | John Reynolds

“I would like to thank my fellow Freeholders … for their continued hard work and dedication to improving the quality of life for the residents of Camden County … 2013 was a good year”

... in fact, it was a great year for Camden County. Happy days are here again ...

“we have become more sustainable, and saved money ... our police departments have successfully shared services

...  driving past fields of ugly solar panels planted in front of Timber Creek High School on Jarvis Road, wondering why my electric bills and taxes keep going up ... 

 “and because of our prudent fiscal policy, 2014 will be viewed as the year that economic recovery took hold in Camden County” 

...  just saw the third store-front church and umpteenth vacant property along the Black Horse Pike in what is becoming historic downtown Blackwood.  It's going to take more than Jesus and pay-to-play deals to save this town  ...

redevelopment projects and revitalization of properties which are underutilized or vacant”

... there's the abandoned Super Fresh property on Blackwood-Clementon Road, land-banked, generating no tax revenue. I heard that people used to buy food there ... 

 “and it was a monumental year for public safety ... Camden City and Camden County are safer places to live and work … due to the leadership provided by this board ... the quality of life in Camden County will improve in 2014”

... haven't seen any of those million dollar parks or bike paths they're talking about yet, just the solid waste plant off I-676 and some abandoned crack houses on Broadway. There's the Camden County waste treatment plant and some junkies hanging out on Ferry Avenue ... must be in Lanning Square, near Cooper, saw a couple of Metro Cops and union construction projects  ...

“We will see job growth, continued public safety improvements, improvements to our recreational facilities, increased property values and increased services to those most in need”

... with all due respect Mr. Freeholder, I don't think so. According to the latest census data, the middle class are moving out of New Jersey, unloading their homes at a loss, paying the ridiculous New Jersey exit tax. Data from the moving industry backs that up – and that trend will continue as long as the power brokers, pay-to-players, double-dippers, and their bootlicks continue to infest New Jersey politics. So who you gonna believe, the data or those lying cockroaches ...

 

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