Archive for July, 2012

We know that the dynamic duo of Phil Crabb and Rich Zeoli did the selling job, but did any of the three other members of the Sussex County Freeholder Board know about the shocking history of SentosaCare LLC? Or is it the case, as one wag put it, of a county administrator who thinks he’s an elected county executive?

Last Thursday night, the Freeholder Board voted to sell the county’s nursing home, the Homestead, to SentosaCare for $7.85 million. SentosaCare was one of several bidders on the facility at an auction held July 18th. (more…)


The Skylands Victory PAC, or “Penis Club” is at the center of several Open Public Records Act requests that have been sent to the Vernon Township administration.  According to several people with knowledge of the requests, the township, through their attorney (a member of the PAC) continues to deny access to the records sought.

Sources in Vernon are disgusted (more…)

The folks over at New Jersey Watchdog have a great and eye opening story on double dipping public “servants”.  It is well worth the read.

These are confident days for Sussex County’s “penis club” of political and government vendor insiders who are trying to control county and local government and all the contracts that go with it. A top honcho at the Skylands Victory PAC has been telling local government officials that eventually they will all be “in line” and hiring who the PAC tells them to hire. “It’s all about the money”, this honcho has told them.

The Skylands Victory PAC shouldn’t get too confident. (more…)

Until a week ago each of Sussex County’s 24 municipalities had control over the future of waste disposal for the county’s 149,265 residents. Until then, each municipality was represented at the Solid Waste Advisory Council (SWAC).

SWAC had recommended that the county establish a transfer station to take over the county landfill when it reaches capacity in 2018. Now that recommendation is subject to tinkering by a new group established by the Freeholder Board on June 27. The new board is called a “subcommittee” but only two of its five members are elected officials.

The New Jersey Herald reported that Freeholder Director Phil Crabb “appointed himself (more…)