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Don’t let $20 million in NJ tax dollars be handed to a private developer!

A politically connected, ultra-wealthy developer is using New Jersey hard-earned tax dollars to construct a huge housing development atop a 425-acre radioactive toxic waste site on the Raritan River in Sayreville, New Jersey.   

Please tell your New Jersey elected officials to withdraw this absurd waste of scarce tax dollars, and call for an immediate investigation into potential penalties surrounding this fraudulent funding through New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Economic Development Authority and State Attorney General.  With schools, hospitals and roads and bridges falling apart due to difficult economic times, it would be ridiculous to allow – and encourage – a developer to get away with misusing funds and misleading New Jersey on a multi-million dollarwaste of taxpayer dollars that the developer was never eligible to receive.

Act now to put an end to this fraudulent spending!

This petition was delivered to:
  • NJ Attorney General
    Paula Dow
  • EPA Region 2 Brownfields Section Chief
    Ramon Torres
  • NJ Economic Development Authority Chief Executive
    Caren Franzini
  • NJ Lieutenant Governor
    Kim Guadagno
  • EPA Region 2 District Chief
    Vince Pitruzzello
  • NJDEP Commissioner
    Bob Martin
  • State Representative
    Louis Greenwald
  • State Senator
    Samuel Thompson
  • New Jersey Governor


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