UCIA Doing Biosolids for $50 Million

You will recall from the last blog that the Union County Improvement Authority (UCIA) has gotten about $30 million* from county taxpayers since 2004, lately to keep from defaulting on bonds from an inane solar panel scheme. That amount is headed higher with another deal going down:

2019-529: Resolution of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Union, New Jersey providing the consent for the Union County Improvement Authority to undertake and implement the construction of a Biodosolids Processing Facility to be located in the City of Linden, New Jersey.


*UCIA Support:

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by bpaterson on July 26, 2019 at 5:51 pm

    JB1-what the heck is “common area maintenance” also called “CAM” billing to the UCIA–that looks like it totals $1 to 2 million over the years.

    Reply

    • They probably have some complex explanation but it’s just a transfer to UCIA so they can pay Linda Stender’s salary and repay the solar panel bonds.

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