Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Carmelo Garcia issues another false flag operation


Carmelo Garcia has HHA workman distribute false information on legal HHA meeting tonight

Here's the latest "official" Banana Republic flyer approved and distributed by HHA maintenance men in its building locations.

Apparently, Carmelo Garcia is resting his hopes to confuse residents the special meeting called for tonight is "illegal." Unfortunately, the meeting was noticed properly to the media (although the HHA office is following strict orders not to cooperate with the HHA Chair, among other professionals probing into the agency.)  How's that working out for you Carmelo?

Hey, this is an improvement over the previous lies the last special meeting put HHA residents homes at risk. That was cleared up by the chair at the beginning of the meeting.

Hey, can you defame and lie about the HHA Chair using taxpayer funds?

Good job Mister Carmelo!

HHA Special Meeting @ 7:00 in City Council Chambers

Tonight a short meeting will be held at City Hall with a resolution weighing the addition of  administration to the scope of the special counsel's investigative responsibilities.

The recent fiasco of agency checks not being cleared at PNC Bank turned out to be a simple administrative matter of rotating approvals to the new HHA Chair Dana Wefer.

Wefer publicly announced an unnecessary roadblock was due to HHA Executive Director Carmelo Garcia refusing to address the issue after a week of her effort to make the administrative change from the prior agency chair.

Garcia who's open insubordination toward the HHA is an ongoing public record back two years ago is already in hot water as he's offered some less than plausible explanation for why he awarded millions in vendor services to firms without HHA Board of Commissioner approvals or within governing federal procurement policy.

MSV exclusively reported some of those same firms gave thousands of dollars to Carmelo Garcia's political committee back in March.

Since this is a federal meeting, the City of Hoboken will not be telecasting the proceedings.

HHA Executive Director Carmelo Garcia is facing additional scrutiny if a resolution passes tonight at City Hall
in a special HHA meeting expanding the review of an ongoing special counsel investigation into the HHA.

Reform taken to the woodshed?

The Hoboken Housing Authority has a budget of $17 million and feeding at the trough is a Hoboken Soprano pig out specialty. It isn't however the reason a Beth Mason political operative interrupted MSV reporting duties at the regular HHA meeting to tell MSV not once, not twice but four times, "How's your dead brother?"

That action has everything to do with Beth Mason and the "discovery" of her role in the SLAPP suit against Hoboken residents. She heard about it from 25 feet removing a smile from her face.

The rejoinder to Beth Mason's sidekick was on a different topic: about beating up grandmothers at Fox Hills.

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