Water privatization bill removing public vote requirement moves to Christie’s desk

assetContent (3)A bill fast-tracking sale of public water systems into private hands was approved by the state Senate Thursday, and will now head to the governor’s desk. About an hour of debate preceded the vote on the Water Infrastructure Protection Act, which was approved 21-16 and would allow local governments to sell public water systems without a…

Posted: December 20th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Joe Kyrillos, Legislature, New Jersey, NJ State Legislature | Tags: , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Water privatization bill removing public vote requirement moves to Christie’s desk”

  1. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 said at 2:09 pm on December 20th, 2014:

    There goes the sale of the Marlboro Township Water System just in time for the Mayor to plug the budget holes in a 2015 re-election year.

  2. trouble in marlboro said at 8:04 am on December 22nd, 2014:

    here we go . jon hornik took over the water auth in marlboro, feeding his lawyer buddies 800,000 dollars, and used the money to plug his over spending ways. now just in time here is a way for him to sell the auth with out any in put from the public, and feed his lawyer buddies another 800,000. i wonder why the republican senator would want this? arent republicans for the people and them being heard? it looks like the repubs, are just like the dems. when are the people going to have their voices heard, not just special interest groups. i know why declan is in johnnys pocket, getting a cell tower in marlboro, but now kyrillos is playing into johnny’s hands. not wonder its so hard to put this law firm running the town out of business. we in marlboro have to fight the dems, and our own parties. sad.