Unanswered OPRA questions
In light of Councilwoman Beth Mason’s ongoing struggles for information, you wonder why is the city of Hoboken so hard to deal with when it comes to public records?
Here’s some food for thought:
- Why did the City of Hoboken spent thousands of dollars to pay the law firm Scarinci and Hollenbeck’s legal bills to defend a case without any merits whatsoever?
- Was it because the corporation counsel Mr. Sherman wanted to generate as much business as possible for his former law firm Scarinci and Hollenbeck?
- Or to reward the law firm Scarinci and Hollenbeck for its contributions to the mayor’s election campaign?
- Did Mr. Sherman invent the ultimate money machine: more the City of Hoboken breaks the law, more business he can give to the law firms, which then will then make more contributions to mayor’s campaigns?
What are they “protecting?”
Check out this video at about 46:16….
One word: Sigh.