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
The full story behind the conditional retraction of our recent Gina LaPlaca article
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
[THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN RETRACTED] Gina LaPlaca’s job application for MHMUA Commissioner was received three days before her predecessor resigned
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.”
MHMUA notes from Lumberton Township Council meeting: 7/25/2017
Attorney Tricia M Caliguire served as Special Counsel to Lumberton Township, exclusively for dealing with issues related to the MUA. In June, Governor Chris Christie appointed her to a judgeship, a position that requires
OPINION: The Mount Holly Town Council, the MHMUA, and Jason Carty
The latest BCT article presents some of the facts and history in what it calls the “battle over a disparity in sewer rates, bills, fees and representation on the MHMUA.” But the battle is a recent one, and it is one that centers around those who sit on its Commission and those who appoint them…and those who influence those who appoint them.
On the heels of Mount Holly, NJ MUA rate hearing, Atlantic City residents win fight to keep water system in public hands
On Tuesday in Atlantic City, NJ, the town Council passed an ordinance that keeps its water system in public hands (the article features Food & Water Watch NJ’s Lena Smith).