Imagine that you apply for a job, interview for the position, successfully convince everyone in the room that you are a superstar candidate, well able to accomplish great things if given the chance. Imagine that everyone present is so impressed with your pitch the boss says the magic words, “You’re hired”.
Paterson has reached a major crossroads. The city is at a critical stage where a decision must be made to return to transparent and accountable government or continue to let the go-along-to-get-along sink us deeper into the swamp of half-truths and factual lies that have flooded out the Silk City and spoiled the grassroots.
The end of the school year can lull you both in good and bad ways. I brave a smile even though I know there is impending doom for my future as a teacher.
As a landlord my job is to provide livable housing conditions to my tenants. This cold temperature has been difficult for many of my tenants. There are busted water pipes, frozen pipes, and no heat in several locations.
As you know, New Jersey’s public schools rank among the finest in the nation. This achievement was made possible due to the unwavering dedication from all of New Jersey’s teachers and educational support professionals. In fact, we are proud products of New Jersey’s public school system ourselves.
I was deeply disturbed to read earlier this week that Essex County Chairman LeRoy Jones is considering running against State Party Chairman John Currie for the chairmanship of the state Democratic Party.
Recently, the Paterson Times published an article which highlighted the fact that I had applied for bankruptcy in the past. This is a reality which reflects the pasts of many residents of Paterson.