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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

New Finance & Admin director paid nearly $250K to leave former job

Plainfield's new Director of
Administration and Finance was paid nearly $250,000 to resign her position as administrator with the Town of Dover (Morris County) before her contract expired, according to a report in today's Daily Record (see here).

Pursuing an OPRA request, it took the Record 15 months to get documents about the matter, though the agreement itself remains undisclosed, as both the town and Taylor (then Garvin) had agreed to its confidentiality.

-- Dan Damon

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Anonymous said...

please fix the link to the daily record - both go to the city's page


Dan said...

Thanks, 7:24. It's fixed now.

Anonymous said...

Dan Why don't the Dens ask residence to support them by placing the lawn signs in their yard? I only see signs placed on the street.I think that they are street litter. Is this a ploy to make us think that they are being supported when they are not! I wish you would do a story on lawn signs.

Anonymous said...

I am born and raised in Plainfield. The present City Charter became effective in either 1969 or 1970. It should be required reading by all who wish to assume public office or be hired in a responsible government position. We may laugh at the present antics but this is totally serious failure by those in office who are unaware of the laws.