Allegations of collusion by Lumberton’s Solicitor and the employment of his law firm, Parker McCay, by the MHMUA, are being made by Lumberton Candidates Benson & Hatfield.
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
According to Lumberton resident Andrew Huber, one hundred townhomes in the Country Estates Development in Lumberton, NJ (marked below in red) are potentially being overcharged by the Mt. Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA). Huber provided digital
Citizens’ Media TV conditionally retracts our article from Saturday, July 28, 2017, entitled “Gina LaPlaca’s job application for MHMUA Commissioner was received three days before her predecessor resigned.” The article as originally written was accurate, based
The Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (MHMUA or MUA) is the governmental body that supplies safe drinking water and processes sewage, and bills for such. The Mount Holly MUA services about seventeen thousand homes, six hundred businesses, and six “regulated industrial users.”