Is Curley’s Birthday a happy one for Monmouth County taxpayers? Employees?

Happy Birthday to disgraced Freeholder John P. Curley.

Now that he is 65 and eligible for Medicare, hopefully Curley will give the Monmouth County property taxpayers a break and get off the County’s self insured employee heath benefits program.

In his law suit against this fellow freeholders and all of the people of Monmouth County, Curley claims he is not an employee.  Yet, when it comes to getting health care, Curley claimed he was an employee of the County and not of his brother’s car dealership (which pays property taxes in Ocean County).

Last December, before his was censured and before his atrocious behavior, like offering to show a high school student “how to sweat a pipe” and saying “I’ll show you a snake show, sit on my lap and I’ll give you a show,” became public,  Curley asked the County for $30,000 (the estimated cost of his legal fees at the time) and the continuation of his health benefits (which were undisclosed at the time)

Now that he does not need Monmouth County taxpayers to foot the bill for his health care, Curley should do the right thing and resign.  MMM will start a gofundme page for his legal fees if he does.

Posted: March 16th, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: John Curley, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders, Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: , , , , , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Is Curley’s Birthday a happy one for Monmouth County taxpayers? Employees?”

  1. March Madnes! said at 10:05 am on March 16th, 2018:

    The simple fact that he offered his resignation shows his guilt!

    Just do the right thing and resign!

  2. My guess is, said at 11:45 am on March 16th, 2018:

    he hangs in, runs as an independent, and possibly takes down one Rep. The whole matter could probably have been handled with less collateral damage- but, water under that bridge, we are where we are…

  3. Please John said at 2:03 pm on March 16th, 2018:

    For the good of the county and yourself, do the class thing and step down already

  4. Insouciant said at 2:41 pm on March 18th, 2018:

    How does heath insurance work once you turn 65? Does Medicare become your primary health insurance source while everything else becomes a Medicare supplemental plan? I know my parents had Medicare in addition to some sort of Medicare Supplemental plan issued by AARP. Is that supplemental insurance expensive?

    What did Curley do in the private sector before he started feeding at the public trough? Did he sell cars?