Tag 2014 School District deficit

A More Complete Picture: An Open Letter & Counterpoint to Jay Levin of The New York Times

A recent New York Times article about Belleville painted an idealized picture of the town, especially from a real estate point of view. Here, Belleville Watch highlights some of the things that maybe realtors and politicians would rather not discuss.

The Town Council Failed The “Belleville Watch Challenge,” And Belleville Residents

Mayor Melham and the Town Council have no problem issuing pricey water bills to Belleville residents, allegedly to cover a $1.6 water utility deficit. That’s probably not shocking when you consider their refusal to support a criminal investigation into a… Continue Reading →

#Justice4Belleville: The “Belleville Watch Challenge,” Town Council Edition

Belleville Watch Challenges The Town Council To Pass A Resolution At October 27th Meeting Urging Attorney General Investigation Into 2014 Board of Education Deficit Editor’s Note, 10/16/2020 — a link to this article was e-mailed this morning to Mayor Melham,… Continue Reading →

#Justice4Belleville: A Belleville Watch Challenge to the Board of Education Candidates

Belleville Watch Challenges All Board of Education Candidates to Publicly Support Attorney General Investigation Into 2014 Deficit The unmistakable signs of election season are plain to see. Lawn signs have quietly begun to spring up on lawns across Belleville, and… Continue Reading →

#Justice4Belleville: An Open Letter to NJ Attorney General Gurbir Grewal

Dear Attorney General Grewal, You are obviously a busy man, so I will be direct. The residents of Belleville – a small town in Essex County – have patiently waited for your office to investigate the shameful – and possibly… Continue Reading →

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