What's so complicated about a local board appointment? Here is how it is supposed to work.
A and B put in applications to a 5-year appointment, may the best letter of the alphabet win, right?
Our chefs, instead of following the recipe which made them chefs in the first place, have planned (behind closed doors) to cook the letters, an old Hudson County recipe, into alphabet soup.
The soup, a compromise that tastes like shit and smells like it, is supposed to be eaten by the folks who believed in the chefs, and the transparency of their soup. In fact, without the belief in the chefs' transparent cooking, they might not be chefs!
What the heck, you say? Me, too!
I've been eating tasty, transparent soup for years! I've given my personal time and effort to keep eating transparent soup for years to come!
I don't want Hudson County cooking, some call "Let's make a Deal."
We (believers in clear soup) will NOT eat it! But it's not too late....
Our chefs can accomplish great things if they FOLLOW the friggin' RECIPE in the RECIPE BOOK:
P.L. 1946, c. 138, § 1, eff. April 23, 1946. 40:14A-2 (b) Each member of a sewerage authority shall hold office for the term for which he was appointed and until his successor has been appointed and has qualified.GA understands that there may be artful ways to wiggle around the above recipe.
That's what WEASELS do.
WEASELS do not belong in the kitchen- not in mine nor yours.
Our chefs, whom GA has long supported, believed in and admired, can accomplish great things if they don't get sucked into the soup.