Al Arezzo back as building inspector?

Hoboken Rumor: Al Arezzo coming back

Quick afternoon rumor mill action – was told from a source that Domenick is out as Hoboken building inspector – and “Teflon” Al Arezzo is back. Sources said that Zimmer offered him 30 days on the job – and at which point he can resign on his own terms. However, he supposedly said no, wanted his job back and that the Mayor caved in.

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11 Comments on "Al Arezzo back as building inspector?"

Mr.Budget
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Mr.Budget

First he will get his job back, then he will sue for back pay pain and suffering, for being wrongfully fired. Hold onto your seats he will get paid big time. Then Andriani will get his job back and guess what he will get paid big time too.

GOOD JOB MAYOR CLUELESS ZIMMER !! RESIGN NOW !! LIKE YOUR BUDDY LISTON DID !! Mrs. Elston is destrouing you in court. Liston will fold on you.

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

Good for Al. Regardless of how anyone feels about the guy, he was robbed of his pension by this crazed mayor and he fought back. There are more court battles for Al and I wish him well. His strong enforcement of city and state codes made this town a safer place for everyone–even those who despise him.

briank
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briank

It appears that this guy was flouting the very rules that he was charged with enforcing. It is tolerance for this type of garbage that makes Hoboken a laughingstock. He should be fully
Investigated and if found guilty lose his pension as well as any other applicable punishment. This mayor is incompetent but that doesn’t excuse this guy’s actions. The two things have nothing to do with each other. It is time to stop settling with these crooks as fight back for te taxpayers benefit. We should haul that old SWAT detective to court to claw back his salary and pensions paid out while he was investigated. Same thing with Al if found guilty. [quote comment=”213283″]Good for Al. Regardless of how anyone feels about the guy, he was robbed of his pension by this crazed mayor and he fought back. There are more court battles for Al and I wish him well. His strong enforcement of city and state codes made this town a safer place for everyone–even those who despise him.[/quote]

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

…and exactly WHAT rules are you referring to? He’s been investigated many times over being accused and they found NOTHING. His dismissal was for nothing wrong as a building inspector or code enforcer.[quote comment=”213289″]It appears that this guy was flouting the very rules that he was charged with enforcing. It is tolerance for this type of garbage that makes Hoboken a laughingstock. He should be fully Investigated and if found guilty lose his pension as well as any other applicable punishment. This mayor is incompetent but that doesn’t excuse this guy’s actions. The two things have nothing to do with each other. It is time to stop settling with these crooks as fight back for te taxpayers benefit. We should haul that old SWAT detective to court to claw back his salary and pensions paid out while he was investigated. Same thing with Al if found guilty.[/quote]

briank
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briank

As the head of an organization to be fired fr insubordination is ironic. I don’t pretend to understand the details (a reason why I stated that a full investigation needs to be done) since apparently his position is overseen by the state or something. I simply stated that if found guilty the city shouldn’t settle since it is a bad precedent. I believe 411 did a story that showed our legal expenditures and settlements have gone through the roof in the last few years. [quote comment=”213290″]…and exactly WHAT rules are you referring to? He’s been investigated many times over being accused and they found NOTHING. His dismissal was for nothing wrong as a building inspector or code enforcer.[/quote]

ohnoivotedforher
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ohnoivotedforher

Al has never done anything wrong, look in the public and court records. And yes the judge has ruled in favor of Al. Give it up briank[quote comment=”213292″]As the head of an organization to be fired fr insubordination is ironic. I don’t pretend to understand the details (a reason why I stated that a full investigation needs to be done) since apparently his position is overseen by the state or something. I simply stated that if found guilty the city shouldn’t settle since it is a bad precedent. I believe 411 did a story that showed our legal expenditures and settlements have gone through the roof in the last few years.[/quote]

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

Both sides have given cause and a judge has already ruled in Arezzo’s favor. What this crazed mayor offered as a settlement for his unjust firing was unacceptable to Al so it’s back to court. Legal expenditures have gone thru the roof because of these crazy administration tactics. [quote comment=”213292″]As the head of an organization to be fired fr insubordination is ironic. I don’t pretend to understand the details (a reason why I stated that a full investigation needs to be done) since apparently his position is overseen by the state or something. I simply stated that if found guilty the city shouldn’t settle since it is a bad precedent. I believe 411 did a story that showed our legal expenditures and settlements have gone through the roof in the last few years.[/quote]

ohnoivotedforher
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ohnoivotedforher

Yes, you should apply for permits now. Al knows the City code and keeps us all safe. So if you want to die under a different building inspection director its your choice. By the way the fire inspectors are the best in the State.

mooshu
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mooshu

Maybe he’s got a few months to live or something…

This is shaping up to be a hell of a year already!

beerzgood
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beerzgood

WTF!?

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