There's a brewing legal and vendor problem as members of the Hoboken public don't find it endearing to be contacted with political propaganda paid at taxpayer expense reaching out and touching them.
They are none too happy, nor is the Hoboken City Council with the political messaging, re: lying to the public using the Nixle system.
|Hoboken residents are angry with the abuse of the Nixle notification service|
coming out of the mayor's office and his highly paid face punchers.
Once again, the Corporation Counsel who donated $600 to the Bhalla for mayor campaign, also known as the "I'd like to keep my job Ravi program" finds himself in the midst of controversy.
Does Mr. Brian Aloia ever come up with a legal opinion based on the law and not just siding with his boss who keeps him on the payroll?
There's more coming on all this as Nixle discovers that Hoboken residents are none too pleased with the work of the mayor's political face punchers.
As for the legal opinion coming from the Corporation Counsel Office, it's being mocked as wet and limp.
More to come.