Friday, August 9, 2013

Terror tactics alleged with Carmelo Garcia and Charles Daglian in center of exploding Hoboken Housing Authority storm

Threats, intimidation, property damage, burglary - the details of a tenant's claims of being terrorized in the Hoboken Housing Authority for not supporting Executive Director Carmelo Garcia's Vision 20/20 plan are exploding on Grafix Avenger today.

GA who broke the growing story of a tenant who doesn't believe Vision 20/20 is what it's being pitched as by Garcia, finds herself under duress receiving a letter on HHA letterhead from its legal counsel Charles Daglian accusing her of being behind a second leafleting of flyers.

The same tenant who is about to go public according to at least one reliable source, claims to being asked to sign her own eviction notice the previous day for distributing flyers.

In the letter, Daglian calls the tenant's alleged distributing of flyers "libelous" and orders her to cease and desist from doing so in the future and if the tenant is not responsible they should "advise" the HHA "of that fact."  It's not clear under what legal authority Daglian is acting on as housing authority tenants have the same First Amendment rights as other US citizens and no evidence is offered of the alleged activity.

The letter is a follow-up to what the tenant alleged was an attempt the previous day to have her sign an eviction notice.  The tenant refused and when a copy was requested by her the next day, in its place it's claimed she was given the Daglian letter.  (GA describes that as cover for the earlier action.)

Daglian has been the center of controversy for a year where five attempts to renew his contract have failed or been rejected as "legally flawed" by HUD.  Carmelo Garcia has insisted the appointment be approved and promised recently in comments to Hoboken Patch, Daglian would be his recommendation a sixth time after a bidding process was again completed.

Grafix Avenger has both recent flyers in question, Daglian's accusation is connected to the flyer the tenant apparently had nothing to do with according to the story.

See the Daglian letter and flyers on Grafix Avenger:

Covering an Attempted Illegal Eviction

HHA legal counsel Charles Daglian (l) and Carmelo Garcia confer at an HHA meeting earlier this year.
The controversy around them, Vision 20/20 and a HHA tenant who claims being terrorized is exploding on GA.

Talking Ed Note: MSV understands the HHA tenant is taking action, about to go public and taken complaints to law enforcement and other agencies.

Neither Charles Daglian nor Carmelo Garcia were contacted for this story.  They are invited to do so publicly submitting comment to


Last night Swingadelic crashed Maxwell's for one last gig.  It was really something.

BREAKING: Bet Mazin political operative Finboy found dead on NYC subway

Downfall of a Wannabe Shark star meets his non-watery demise

Finboy the wannabe shark from Weahawken and long time operative of Bet Mazin was confirmed dead today on a New York City subway.

Also known as the Hobroken bottom feeder, FinBoy in recent months became widely known as a laughingstock in the county. Having once run a little visited website, the guppy-like fish had ambitions as big as a whale but lacked the ability to make those dreams come true.  Bet, known unaffectionately by her numerous political operatives as Bit Mazon was thought to be his path to the political stars before her political career crashed and burned with her attempt to force the city into bankruptcy. 

In recent days, FinBoy's name surfaced as a political operative in confidential communications to the Hobroken City Council by the infamous million quarters theft coverup councilwoman Teary Castilliancano who claimed she made "a mistake" after hitting the sauce extra hard on a Monday night.  That fiasco led to more questions on the bottom feeder's collection of active and confidential legal information used in lawsuits against the city.  A protest soon followed outside Marina View, the power base of the sauced up councilwoman who substituted FinBoy's name on a confidential email in place of Bet Mazin.

FinBoy is survived by a brother who spends all his free time watching phony wrestling and estranged wife, an Asian Tuna who recently dumped him. "He's not who he claimed to be.  I thought I was marrying this happy go lucky guy who was going to be a professional, but he turned into a bitter angry fish much like his boss who frankly everyone hates.  When he flunked out of law school, I should have left him then but felt guilty because I knew he wouldn't last without me," the wife said.

Another man rumored to be the father of the fish refused to admit to hatching him saying, "I'm not saying I fathered the little creep but he was a douchebag and I hate his bleepin guts. I'm glad he was found dead. If only it had happened sooner."

Bet Mazin also declined to express any sympathy saying, "I told him to get his last check from Inez who is the treasurer of our street money campaign. He was overpaid and destroyed any hopes I had of a political career.  He said I would be Governor if I listened to him but I can't even get elected dog catcher in Hoboken.  He's to blame for my sorry predicament."

FinBoy the bottom feeder of Hobroken politics was found dead belly up
on a NYC subway this morning.

This MSV story is satire.  If you're too stupid to know that after reading this, then you're really dumb or your name is Timmy Occhocinco and you're making a phone call to the police after a conference call with Bet.

Eduardo Gonzalez files complaint in vendors excessive contribution of $150

Zimmer campaign returned funds as vendors under review for contributions exceeding $300

The Hudson Reporter did the story this week on two vendors exceeding $300 contribution limits doing business with the City.  Although the excessive monies in the donations of $450 each had already reportedly been returned for $150 each, it's received additional coverage.

Eduardo Gonazalez, a council slate candidate on the Ruben Ramos campaign filed the complaint.  He also sits on the Hoboken Housing Authority Board voting in favor of Carmelo Garcia's agenda.

Hudson County TV was the first to get the complete story out yesterday with a video of the story.

Councilman Michael Russo declared the two vendors who made the series of donations exceeding the $300 limit by $150 each should consider their contracts nullified with the City on Hoboken Patch.

Talking Ed Note: Congratulations to Hudson County TV for getting the complete story.

Grafix Avenger has a story getting to the deep underbelly of this story: