Each week, eSecaucus will feature a new poll on our main page allowing readers to give their take on a current issue.
Last week, it was announced that the sentencing of former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell has been postponed for the fourth time and will now take place on April 12. He faces faces a maximum statutory penalty of ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine after being convicted of corruption.
Be sure to head to the poll on our main page and let us know what you think about Elwell escaping the sentence for yet another month.
Last week, 42 readers voted with their reaction on Secaucus’ decision to hire a consultant in its fight to end the Meadowlands tax-sharing agreement. Here are the results:
- It’s about time there will be some outside help. (50%, 21 Votes)
- The town should be able to settle the matter itself. (43%, 18 Votes)
- The town should honor its part in the agreement and stop trying to get out of it. (7%, 3 Votes)