Committeeman Recuses Himself, Called 'Deceitful'

Jeff Grayzel will no longer have a vote in the Honeywell process after township discovers his wife is a former employee and still holds a pension fund with the company.

Committeeman Jeff Grayzel will no longer have a vote in the redevelopment planning process, which has lasted more than two years, after he recused himself Wednesday night at the of the township attorney.

Grayzel, the only Democrat on the committee, was asked by Attorney John Mills to voluntarily recuse himself because his wife is a former employee of Honeywell and still holds a pension fund and retiree savings plan with the company, which Mills said could pose a conflict of interest.

After the meeting, Mills said the information was brought to his attention in mid-July when he received a call from someone related to Honeywell. Mills did not disclose any other details as to how he received the information.

"I am quite disappointed that the hint of conflict has to compete with the legislative obligations I have to the voters of Morris Township who elected me to this position just nine months ago," Grayzel read from a prepared statement while announcing he was recusing himself.

"Although many of these residents surely voted for me to be their vote in these hearings specifically, it should be understood that I always try to speak out for what is best for Morris Township as one community and for all its residents no matter where they live," he continued.

Grayzel will still be able to participate in the upcoming hearings as a member of the public.

At the special meeting on Wednesday night, originally scheduled to be the first public hearing of the zoning ordinance, the township committee reintroduced the ordinance without Grayzel's vote. The public can comment on the ordinance at the next township committee meeting on Aug. 15.

The ordinance, which comes after more than two years of public hearings and discussion, would allow Honeywell to move along with its redevelopment master plan to add in 235 townhomes and office and lab space on its property.

Because Grayzel voted on the ordinance when it was , the township committee had to start the process over without his vote.

Mayor Peter Mancuso responded to Grayzel, saying he has appreciated his commitment to the Honeywell process and is upset that he is unable to continue given the circumstances.

"We have a monumental task ahead of us, one that will resonate in the township for years to come," Mancuso said. "But partisan politics has no place in this process. And Mr. Grayzel, having been elected to serve the public would have done his best to represent the greater interest of all of our 23,000 residents. This is the oath that we all take when we are sworn in, that we try to do the best of our abilities to adhere to."

Committeeman Bruce Sisler had a different response to Grayzel, saying that he was displeased with Grayzel's lack of disclosure, especially after he argued at the last meeting to have a "fair and open process," to change the public hearing dates to September when residents return from vacation.

"I am disappointed that we are here tonight, saddened by the lack of integrity, offended by the absence of honesty and most importantly, embarrassed for all the residents of Morris Township that have to endure this deceitful gamesmanship in the name of balance on the township committee," Sisler read from his prepared statement.

While Sisler and other committee members spoke about their disappointment in the matter, other residents thanked Grayzel during the public portion, including township committee Democratic candidate Ron Goldberg.

"I'd like to publicly thank Mr. Grayzel for doing something very difficult," Goldberg said. "I know that nothing's more important to him than giving voice to the people of Morris Township and serving them. Stepping aside for such an important process is I'm sure very painful for him."

After yet another setback on the Honeywell rezoning process, the next step will be at the next committee meeting on Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. at the where the public will have the first chance to comment on the ordinance.

The delay might be what residents hoped for after all, since several community members agreed with Grayzel that too many people would be on vacation during the condensed hearing dates in August.

Mancuso said the Aug. 15 meeting will begin with a presentation from the township financial expert, who will interpret Honeywell's financial analysis, which is posted on the Morris Township website. A traffic expert will also give a presentation at the meeting before the public commentary.

The township committee will decide at the next meeting if more public hearings are deemed necessary. Mancuso said he expects more dates to be scheduled.

Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 01:23 PM
"Mancuso said the Aug. 15 meeting will begin with a presentation from the township financial expert, who will interpret Honeywell's financial analysis, which is posted on the Morris Township website. A traffic expert will also give a presentation at the meeting before the public commentary." Mr. Mancuso and Township Committee: Is this some kind of a bad joke? You are bringing in your own traffic expert but you haven't conducted your own financial analysis? You can't give us a fair and independent financial view of this proposal if you merely critique Honeywell's conflict-of-interest financial review. That's patently offensive, that you would allow Honeywell to frame the issues and the approach given their conflict. You have the absolute legal right, and statutory authority and, frankly, the obligation to we the people to hire an independent auditor at Honeywell's expense to perform a ground up analysis of the financial implications of this proposal. Traffic is important, and you have your own expert. Taxes aren't important enough to bring in your own expert? Why not? I submit that its reckless and negligent to put this proposal up for formal consideration in the absence of an independent financial study performed for the benefit of the taxpayers and paid for by Honeywell. I would appreciate your public reply posted to this comment board.
Lewis Stone August 02, 2012 at 02:57 PM
This is a non issue. There is no reason that Mr. Grayzel would speak for or against the project for any reason other than what is good for the town. If one would suspect he had an interest in the positive outcome for Honeywell, you would expect him to only speak favorably about the project or not say anything at all. However, clearly that is NOT the case. This demonstrates he is on the level in his concern for our town.
Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 03:12 PM
Well said and spot on. I still can't believe we haven't gotten our own financial analysis!!! Maybe Mancuso is treating this the same way he treated all that Carnival $$$$ that disappeared? This is just ridiculous. If these folks were on the Board of Directors of a public company like Honeywell, their decision would be subject to successful litigation attack. Why? Because they are not bothering to fully inform themselves before they render a decision and thus would not have the benefit of the business judgment rule. I'm very disappointed.
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 04:02 PM
All...your comments and participation related to this matter are appreciated. Rob Burke..welcome to how things operate here in Lil ol' Morris Twp. I have been attending Twp. Comm. Meetings, Board of Adjustment Meetings and Planning Board Meetings regularly for the past 7 years. Last nights comments from Mr. Sisler directed at Mr. Grayzel and his wife were an all time low point in behavior I have observed at Twp. Meetings. It is quite apparent that Mr. Sisler has his own political agenda and loves to grandstand when given the opportunity. Should Mr. Sisler be re-elected along with Mr. Rosenbush I have a sinking feeling that he will be given the gavel as Mayor next year to further advance the plans the "machine" has in store for him. Here are the facts..Tony Bucco (the real Tony Bucco as he likes to refer to himself) is our State Senator....his son Tony Bucco Jr. is one of our Assemblymen...Mr. Sisler is Tony Bucco Jr.s Chief of Staff...ergo the Bucco's have boatloads of influence at all three levels of Government...Senate, Assembly and Municipal..nice huh...the asembly (no pun intended) line is set and the march of time will have Bucco Jr. and Sisler ascending if all plays out as the script reads.
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 04:14 PM
Oh...back to the issue at hand related to the analysis (and i use the term loosely) of how the Twp. is planning to proceed as described at last nights meeting by the Mayor as I understood it. At the 8\15 meeting Mr. Dave Evans will be on hand to provide his expertise and analysis related to the financial analysis created, funded and published by Honeywell. Here is the kicker..Mr. Evans is also the Internal Auditor that Morris Twp. retains and pays on an annual basis to provide audit activities that are required for compliance reasons. How can Mr. Evans provide an independent, unbiased analysis before a body politic that he needs to "play ball with" so to speak in order to have the Twp. re-up with him each year for his internal audit services. Does this not represent a conflict of interest...is there not a "hint" of conflict in this scenario. Would Mr. Evans perhaps refrain from saying something contradictory that might put the brakes on the Ordinance being passed in the short term? I doubt it, he knows where his bread is buttered. As a taxpayer and resident I would prefer that my elected officials took the high road and went with a financial "expert" that had no entangling alliances to our Twp. Administration. Interested in others thoughts on this? Whether in support or against my comments.
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 04:20 PM
Here is an illustrative video put out by Mr. Bucco's opponent in last years election representing how things are here in Morris County..although he does not appear nor is mentioned in this video...the logical extension to Mr. Sisler applies http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=F0KQCRip1sg
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 04:30 PM
Oh..and since Mr. Burke referenced the "Carnival" issue above including links here I received in Mr. Grayzel's newsletter from when the events took place. Star Ledger article, November 2006 “Group that raises funds at carnival accused of not renewing registration”. Read it here: http://www.jeffgrayzel.com/pdf/Star%20Ledger_Carnival_111906.pdf.pdf Star Ledger article, April 2007 “Morris Township Day'07 is in jeopardy”. Read it here: http://www.jeffgrayzel.com/pdf/Star%20Ledger_Carnival_042907.pdf
Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 05:41 PM
Funny. All in the Family ain't no TV show! Tony Bucco Jr. may remember me. He was flying down 287 in his Benz up around Wayne/Pompton Lakes, heading to Boonton. He was texting and steering with his knees. (OK, I admit it. I've done it too.) So I was in my blue Subaru truck, and saw this. I tapped on my horn, about to wag my finger at him as if to say "no, no, no, Mr. Assemblyman." He looked up, and smiled and waved at me before I could give him the finger wag. I guess he must be super popular given his reaction. He assumed I was honking in delight, just to have the opportunity to catch a fleeting glimpse of him. His facial expression changed dramatically when he realized the message I was communicating. Small world, huh?
Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 05:45 PM
I think your comments overlook the real, basic problem here that troubles me as a taxpayer. The framework and analysis of the financial implications of the Honeywell Proposal was prepared by Honeywell. That's just plain outrageous. I repeat what I already said: I urge the Mayor & Township Committee to immediately retain an outside auditor and commission that auditor to conduct an evaluation of the proposal. Honeywell should bear the expense of the audit, since the law allows the Town to charge Honeywell for that expense. Without that, this process is a sham. And I haven't got any independent resource -- or, God forbid, a resource looking out solely for the taxpayers' interests -- to give me a clue what outcome is best for me insofar as my taxes are concerned.
Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 05:46 PM
Wow. This is just stunning stuff. I feel an OPRA request coming on...
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 06:59 PM
Mr Burke. Again, welcome to the party! Keep the questions and OPRA requests coming! Since you seem to know much about OPRA requests I have a question for you that you might be able to answer. Are e-mail accounts used by local officials subject to OPRA requests?
Lee Goldberg August 02, 2012 at 07:12 PM
Mr. Burke..here is some Twp History...lots of info online.published by Great Swamp Watershed Delbarton - Morris Township, June 27, 2002 The Morris Township Planning Board approved the revised Master Plan Review and zoning changes that would allow for the CCRC, and the Township Committee set August 14th as the date for their much-anticipated public hearing and vote on these changes. Related to this vote, the Watershed Association recently lost a lawsuit that we filed in preparation for this vote, asking for the recusal of Robert Nace, a Township Committee member expected to cast an "aye" on the zoning change. In the lawsuit, GSWA contends that there is a conflict of interest on the Delbarton rezoning vote because Nace is an employee of the Morris County Park Commission, which oversees Lewis Morris Park which is adjacent to the Delbarton property. John Sette, a County Park Commissioner and newly elected Republican County Committee Chair has publicly declared that he is in favor of the zoning change. Finally, we have learned that the Township quietly forgave the Abbey the hookup fee for a sewer line to their school - a fee that all of the other private homeowners who hooked in were required to pay. The sewer line was built in 2000 with public monies to replace the Abbey’s failing package sewage plant. That sewer line was built only after a Level III Environmental Review was conducted by the State and at the time, Morris Township made a commitment not to rezone the property.
Rob Burke August 02, 2012 at 10:55 PM
It depends. In general, yes, with some exceptions. What do you have in mind?
Carole August 03, 2012 at 01:31 AM
Are all or any of the residential units for the overseas employees of Honeyell or the contractors/engineers brought to the usa by Honeywell who now work at the global headquartere location? Honeywell now rents many furnished apartments etc for these staff members. Will honeywell relocate them to their new residential units once the are built??
Tom Luby August 04, 2012 at 01:15 AM
Carole: These commenters won't answer your question. They are three Democrats ranting in unison against Republican members of the Township Committee...they're too busy posturing for the fall election to respond to any post asking for facts. I will add that I don't know the answer to your question, but you might want to bring it up at the 8/15 meeting at Township hall.
Rob Burke August 04, 2012 at 10:54 AM
Mr Luby; I am not and have never been a candidate for public office. My comments are not partisan. Indeed, as republicans, I would expect fiscal responsibility and conservatism. These bozos haven't even conducted an independent financial analysis of the honeywell proposal. Will my taxes go up if the proposal is accepted? Will my taxes go up if it's rejected? Why? What are the assumptions? Maybe you have lots of extra money to pay more taxes. Not me. I want to keep my money. I don't want my elected officials to squander it, recklessly. And as for Carole's question, Mr. Luby, why would I be able to answer a question about Honeywell employees? That's a question for Honeywell or the Township Committee. So far I have made three OPRA requests. So far I have no responses. I will try to post the financial disclosure forms of the officials when and if I receive them
Rob Burke August 04, 2012 at 11:55 AM
Ps: Mr. Luby: isn't it a tad disingenuous of yourself to try to turn simple questions about our property taxes into a partisan issue, given your prominent position within the Morris Township Republican Committee? Jeez, talking about the pot calling the kettle black! Just because you are a rampant partisan politician doesn't mean that the rest of us taxpayers are. I care about how much money gets extorted from me by your partisan leadership. And I care about how it gets spent, what favors are exchanged for contracts and approvals and salaries and jobs. We all know that the more I look, the more I will find. I can promise you one thing right now. Given the obvious lack of responsible fiscal oversight by this in-bred bunch, I will keep looking. Senator bucco. Asm. Bucco. Committeeman sister, bucco chief of staff. Attorney mills. Son of former attorney mills. Do we sense a bit of a pattern here? Mayor mancuso. Mayor mancuso who forgot to report all that "charity money" from the Ginny carnival. A carnival that is no longer because the state shut it down because of mayor mancusos legal violations. This is the bunch managing our tax dollars. Anyone else just a bit curious where our money is really going?
Tom Luby August 04, 2012 at 02:02 PM
Mr. Burke: It is clear that you don't trust Republicans. You also have a reckless disregard for facts - throwing suggestions of incompetence or impropriety at the Republicans, when the topic of the article is Jeff Grayzel's recusal. It is your own writing that reveals your partisan motives, and you are a registered Democrat. BTW....I am no longer the Chair of the Morris Township GOP. Nor am I a "partisan politician" as you accuse, because I don't hold elected office. I do serve on the Board of Adjustment, so I know something about land use law and about the importance of avoiding the appearance of potential conflict (what this story is about, remember?). And Jeff did the right thing, if a bit late, in recusing himself from the Honeywell matter. The rest of your innuendo is partisan garbage. In fact, your posts after earlier articles about the coming recusal - before Jeff was named as the Township Committee member in question - assumed a Republican was the one with the conflict. Furthermore, your dredging up the Carnival as a way to impugn the Mayor reveals an ignorance of the facts of the matter. After a full review of the financial records by the appropriate authorities, there was no impropriety found, no penalties charged, no problems whatsoever. This was settled two years ago when your fellow Democrats tried to smear Mr. Mancuso with this when he was a candidate for Township Committee.
Tom Luby August 04, 2012 at 02:10 PM
Furthermore, Mr. Burke, the reasons you moved to Morris Township...the notably lower taxes than other towns, the open space, the quality of life here - these are attributable to decades of conservative, responsible, frugal Republican leadership. You show no respect for the people who devote many hours of their time - frequently at night when they could be with their families - to serve the Township. If you would like to go looking for improprieties, go ahead. You seem to have a lot of time on your hands. But you won't find any. As a lot of people here know, that's just not the way Morris Township has ever been run. Perhaps you should attend some of the meetings like Lee Goldberg does. I would also urge you to get to know some Republicans....we're not nearly as bad as you think.
Truscha Quatrone August 04, 2012 at 05:25 PM
I believe that it is possible for every member of the township committee to have a conflict of interest. I own a mutual fund that has business such as Honeywell in the fund. I am sure my holdings for Honeywell are probably less than 1%. Should the TC attorney also be asking other members of the committee if any of them own a mutual growth funds for business? Until reading this article I never thought to look at what companies were part of the mutual growth fund.
Tom Luby August 04, 2012 at 05:53 PM
At the Township Committee meeting, mutual funds were discussed and they are deemed to be indirect holdings beyond the control of the mutual fund holder. The holdings of all Township Committee members were scrutinized, and no other holdings were found to be of concern. Jeff's wife's financial interests in Honeywell were reviewed informally with members of the Township's Board of Ethics, which is chaired by an attorney who is a Democrat. Their advice to Jeff and the Township, based upon all the facts at their disposal, was to urge recusal. There is nothing about these holdings that are wrong, unethical or illegal. They are what they are. But because they represent a meaningful economic interest (for the Grayzels) in Honeywell, it was determined that Jeff should not participate in the Honeywell matter. Jeff came to the right decision on this, even if it should have been reached earlier than last week.
Rob Burke August 04, 2012 at 10:42 PM
Mr. luby: your posts are so chock full of silliness it's difficult to know where to start. Let me say that you can't read my mind. I don't hold republicans to any different standard than I hold democrats. Nor do you have any idea why I moved to Morris County 20 years ago. Indeed, my wife's family has been in Morris County for more than 50 years. But none of this has a damned thing to do with my taxes and the impact honeywellsroposal will have on my taxes. There is no good reason for our town fathers to simply interpret honeywellsroposal financial analysis. We have been at this for years. Why haven't we done our own analysis? Is that good government, to rely on the applicants interpretation of the applicants proposal??? As for your partisanship, you protesters way too much. You organized the GOP fundraiser for Sissler for Pete's sake. But I could care less if you were part of lyndon larouches wacko party. I want my officials to conduct thorough due diligence and explain what the tax impact if the proposal is. As far as Mancuso not getting arrested? That means nothing. it's Christie's Jersey. I can name five other republicans who dodged the prosecutorial bullet. Al I know is the money's not accounted for and the carnival is shuttered. Yay Mancuso!
Tom Luby August 05, 2012 at 03:56 PM
Mr. Burke: The financial analysis you've been asking for is found on the Township's web site: http://www.morristwp.com/pdfs/PinpointFiscal.pdf This analysis was performed by a qualified independent advisor, and the results of their analysis are there for you and everyone to read. BTW...Lyndon Larouche was never a Republican. He ran for President as a candidate for both the Labor party and the Democratic party (wikipedia). And, yes, I have supported Bruce Sisler and the other Republican members of the Township Committee. I was happy to do so....they are all good people, and they have all been duly elected to their positions by the voters of Morris Township. As for Mayor Mancuso...I challenge you to demonstrate that you have done one tenth as much for Morris Township as he has done during the last 20+ years. Your empty speculation and disparagement about his work with the Carnival is defamatory, dishonest and unfair. You owe him and the rest of the people you have smeared in your posts an APOLOGY. As for the "...five other Republicans who dodged the prosecutorial bullet" - prove it. This is my last post here. You have failed to make any sensible points or contribute any new thoughts to this discussion. Now if YOU would like to run the Carnival, feel free to step forward. You will find that it will be difficult to find 300 man-days of volunteer time to run it, which is the real - and only - reason why the Carnival had to fold.
Rob Burke August 05, 2012 at 11:11 PM
Mr.Luby: 1. In repy to my OPRA request for financial analysis of the Honeywell Proposal, the Town Clerk advised that the material on the Town web site was prepared by or on behalf of Honeywell, not the Town Committee. Is that not true? Seems to me that if it is true, then the core problem remains: The Town Committee has not commissioned its own financial analysis of this proposal. 2. I never said Lyndon Larouche was a republican! That you stay mired in partisan division is remarkable, 3. Your support for Sissler -- yes, thank you for admitting that you are part of the good ol' boy network. 4. If the Town has commissioned an independent financial analysis of the Honeywell Proposal, why won't someone publicly say so and put this issue to rest? All I want to know is whether we did such an analysis and what are the conclusions of the property tax ramifications of the proposal? 5. Regarding the Ginty Carnival: Tell me, did I make a mistake? Was it not shut down by the State because Mancuso forgot to file more than 15 years of documentation of the money he collected and what he did with it? If I am wrong, show me and I will be happy to publicly apologize.
Rob Burke August 05, 2012 at 11:18 PM
PS -- I do admire how you try to end your losing positions by declaring that you won't post here any more. That's fine -- but I will still keep asking: Where is the Township commissioned financial study on the Honeywell Proposal? One that shows what happens to my taxes if its approved vs. if its rejected. And one that clearly sets forth all of the assumptions it relies on.
Rob Burke August 05, 2012 at 11:29 PM
Here, here! Well said. Term limits would solve a lot of NJ's woes. As would the elimination of the in-bred passing of the elected official torch from one Bucco to another Bucco to a Sisler, etc. Hackensack has the Zisa family, seems like every town with a decent sized budget in NJ has a problem with in-breeding. That said, there is no doubt that the taxpayers of Morris Twp are concerned. They are concerned b/c the Town Committee isn't even making a half-assed effort to protect our interests in keeping our property taxes under control. This is not a republican issue or a democratic issue or even a Lyndon Larouche issue (that was a tip o' the hot to you, Tom Luby). Its a common sense issue. Postpone these middle-of-vacation bum's-rush hearings and commission a legitimate study. We can hear the outcome in September, get taxpayer input and then take your up and down vote. What's the downside? Why wouldn't the Township Committee do that? There's nothing to lose whatsoever. And plenty opportunity to gain. Its a no brainer. Unless they have other motives.
Thomas F. Higgins August 06, 2012 at 01:57 PM
Rather than malign those members of the committee who actually disclosed potential conflicts, why don't you ask Mr. Grayzel why he failed to disclose the entanglement with Honeywell? While you're at it, ask him why his wife left there? Maybe there actually is a "conflict of interest" that would color his judgment?
Rob Burke August 06, 2012 at 02:24 PM
1. I haven't maligned anyone. I have complained that Mancuso single handedly failed to report what he did with the Ginty Carnival money and the State thereafter shut the carnival down. Truth being an absolute defense, Mr. Mancuso is free to post here and engage in this dialog if he chooses. 2. I continue to complain that the Town Fathers (who appear also to be brothers, cousins and uncles of each other) have yet to undertake an independent financial analysis of the Honeywell Proposal. I'd like to know what the property tax ramifications of the various scenarios are along with the assumptions. I'd like an analysis that starts with a blank canvas rather than an interpretation of Honeywell's predictions. 3. Grayzel's Honeywell relationships are fair game to be questioned and analyzed. I don't think Grayzel's wife's former employment with Honeywell has any impact on his impartiality. That said, what I think doesn't matter -- he has recused himself. So that pretty much ends that issue. Sisler on the other hand? His employment with Honeywell Affiliates doesn't bother him or the Town Attorney all that much. Curious, that little bit of incongruity....
Lee Goldberg August 07, 2012 at 02:29 AM
Tom, Just to add some notes of clarification .1) At the Twp. Comm. meeting last week Mr. Mills had each of the Twp. Comm. members indicate holdings in Honeywell, either individual stock or mutual funds. All Comm. members answered they did not have either with the exception of Mr. Rosenbush. Mr. Rosenbush indicated that he and wife checked portfolios and neither owned shares. Mr. Rosenbush indicate dthat he had not had a chance to look into mutual fund question, I was hoping Mr. Mills was going to chime in "Mr. Rosenbush can you please look into that and get back to me for the record? "(or something along those lines). Instead just passed over and evaporated into ether so to speak. . I guess I can e-mail Mr. Rosenbush or ask at 8\15 meeting.2) As far as the Board of Ethics is concerned i believe during my questions to the Twp. Comm. last week Mr. Mills indicated that he was sort of acting as the "Board of Ethics" by himself. In fact Mr,. Mancuso indicated in response to me that he took responsibility for not appointing or forming a Board of Ethics as part of the yearly Twp. reorganization. In fact I think Mr. Mancuso's exact words were "I was negligent". I think the names he proffered last week were in fact the people he wants to populate the to be formed Board of Ethics. These are just the facts as I remember them and wanted to add my two cents in the spirit of representing what I believe the reality of the situation.
Rob Burke August 07, 2012 at 10:44 AM
WOW!!!! Let me see if I have this straight. Mancuso and friends rip into Grayzel because his wife once worked for Honeywell and they still have a pension. Yet Mancuso and friends still haven't bothered to form an ethics committee, they ceded by default all ethics decisionmaking to Mills without formal action to do so, and Rosenbush wasn't even asked by Mills or any of his other good ol' boys if any mutual funds he owns in turn own Honeywell stock. Meanwhile, Mancuso single-handedly wrecked a decades old tradition known as the Ginty Carnival, because Mr. NYSE himself blew off 18 years of IRS filings that would have disclosed money in & money out in connection with this "charitable" event. Simultaneously, former Morris Twp GOP Municipal Chair Luby ludicrously claims that he isn't partisan and Bruce Sisler calls Jeff Grayzel names. Break out your scorecards and keep track. Popcorn, lemonade, a few big red noses -- the circus is indeed back in town. Just like Mr. Goldberg recently wrote. Oh -- and let's not forget the fact that NONE OF THESE HOLIER THAN THOU OFFICIALS HAVE COMMISSIONED AN INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE HONEYWELL PROPOSAL. Gentlemen: WHAT ARE THE PROPERTY TAX IMPLICATIONS OF THE HONEYWELL PROPOSAL????? Are you going to simply rely on Honeywell's rosy analysis, modestly discounted? Disgraceful.


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