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Tag Archives: Essex County

Police, Fire Trucks Escort Critically-Injured Firefighter Home After Rehab

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As reported by NJ.com, a Newark Firefighter injured while battling a blaze in December left a rehabilitation facility on Thursday while being heralded in a ceremony by fellow firefighters and friends. Paul Leber, 38, checked out of the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation and returned home to continue his recovery, officials said. Firefighters, friends, and officials… Continue Reading

Union Showdown: Amato Rips DiVincenzo On Incremental Salary Issue

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As reported by politickernj.com, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo apparently doesn’t have to worry about a Democratic Primary opponent, but that doesn’t mean PBA Local 382 won’t refrain from criticizing the controversial Democrat in the strongest possible terms. PBA Local 382 President Joe Amato is angry at DiVincenzo for praising corrections officers who work at… Continue Reading

Essex County Executive Apologizes for Controversy Over Pension Collection

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  As reported by nj.com, after days of playing defense, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. apologized for the controversy surrounding his pension, which has drawn condemnation from public employee unions and the governor. DiVincenzo “retired” last year as county executive and started collecting his pension while continuing to hold office and earn his full… Continue Reading
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