Mt. Holly Mayor Jason Jones has been named in a six-count campaign-finance complaint by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC). In 2014, Jones was treasurer for Brian Grant, Democratic candidate for Mt. Holly Township Council. Grant won the primary but dropped out before the general. At the same time
On Tuesday, September 12th, 2017, Citizens’ Media TV livestreamed the Township Committee meeting in Hainesport, New Jersey. The meeting contained a forty-minute presentation by a New Jersey State Police Officer. The video and an article
According to the new special notice on all sewer bills, the MHMUA appears to be placing the onus for water meter corrections onto the consumer. They are “confirming” all meter sizes, by encouraging customers to contact the MUA “if the meter sizes are not the same.”
At the September 14th Mt. Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) meeting, Executive Director Robert Maybury stated that at some (unknown) time in the past, a residential customer in Eastampton reported being overcharged
Lumberton Township Committee, via its special counsel Murray Bevan, claims that the Mt. Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) has been overcharging its residents for “postage and handling,” for seven years. The Township has amended its Local Finance Board complaint against the MUA
A presentation by NJ State Police Trooper Storm Colleton [UPDATE: presentation UN-removed from video], the controversy over the recreational land purchase, and more MHMUA issues based on the Hainesport data from our recent article.