Breaking News: Court halts UC Government Complex Project

Per nj.com:

Union County’s long-planned $123.8 million government complex that opponents claimed had illegally skirted state public bidding laws was halted by a state appeals court Tuesday, which rejected arguments that any delay in the construction project would only incur more costs to taxpayers.

In a 21-page ruling, the judges said the plaintiffs in the case “clearly and convincingly demonstrated imminent irreparable harm — not personal in nature, but rather as representative of all taxpayers in Union County.”

Looking at Union County Improvement Authority (UCIA) available bill payment resolutions, the Union County Government Complex has so far cost at least $11,681,938.09:

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2 responses to this post.

  1. This is an absolute disgrace to Union County taxpayers. Bibi Taylor (Stewart/Gavin/whoever else *** *******/***** ****) and Edward Oatman must be held fully accountable and prosecuted for this absolute abuse and mismanagement of taxpayer money. They should resign immediately but neither lack the integrity or ethics clearly to do so. Disgusting duo and a mockery of the hardworking taxpayers of Union County (neither of whom live here….)

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  2. Posted by qpat00 on February 16, 2022 at 7:44 pm

    another quote from Dobco’s lawsuit is: “…equity cannot countenance an unlawful act”. That similar to many govt suits regarding ill gotten gains from tainted money must be returned.

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