Jameek Lowery, the man who would be unresponsive minutes after live broadcasting a video from the police station presaging his own doom, called 911 early Saturday morning and told an ambulance dispatcher, “I think I took too many e-pills, ecstasy pills.”
Municipal employees have been asked to give up two weeks of pay over a six-month period to avert mass layoffs due to a large budget shortfall, according to memo business administrator Vaughn McKoy sent to employees on Wednesday.
Police chief Troy Oswald has filed a lawsuit in New Jersey Superior Court accusing mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration of retaliating against him for exposing hazardous working conditions at the Frank X. Graves Public Safety Complex.
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.
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.
A pair of consultants from Concord Engineering made a pitch to the City Council on Tuesday night for a lucrative electricity contract.
The city collected $2.5 million, a million more than what was projected, from its tax lien sale held last Thursday.