The City Council approved a measure on Tuesday night to join the Passaic County Energy Cooperative, a move that will benefit a company that gave more than $400,000 to a lobbying firm tied to one of the mayor’s close allies.
The city has agreed to pay $49,000 to settle a resident’s car accident lawsuit.
The city agreed to pay $26,769 to settle a property damage claim filed by PSEG, according to government records.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration is on the verge of opting into the Passaic County Energy Cooperative to give a lucrative energy contract to a company that gave more than $400,000 to a lobbying firm tied to one of the mayor’s close allies.
The City Council is creating a personnel committee after a report revealed the new personnel director received an abortive six-percent longevity pay increase.
A dozen new police officers will start their public safety careers by patrolling the city’s commercial corridors beginning next week, providing shoppers a sense of security during the holiday season.
When she was serving as head of human resources at East Orange, Michele Ralph-Rawls directed a subordinate to increase her pay, according to government documents.