Firm to Get $4.7M to Clean Up New Jersey Boardwalk Fire

October 8, 2013

  • October 8, 2013 at 2:55 pm
    Paul Kersey says:
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    Typical for the most corrupt state in the nation. What do you need to clean up a fire damaged pier besides some dump trucks, cranes, and some front end loaders? And the guy who submitted the second highest bid owns property that was destroyed. What a coincidence. $1,000,000 to take debris to the dump? The boardwalk and buildings were all made of wook that BURNED. How much debris is left? What’s the “rush” on short-circuiting the bidding process? The 2013 summer season is lost. And what’s the criteria for getting the job done right as the mayor is concerned? It’s freaking debris. You scoop it up and take it away. If they city officials had done their job after Sandy and inspected the salt water damaged electical lines, this never would have happened. They were too greedy and just wanted their cash cow back asap.

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