Solomon proposes Jersey City ethics reforms to avoid being ‘a punchline because of corruption’

October 6, 2021

T. Patrick Hill, Ph.D., an associate professor at The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, vocalized support for the changes suggested by Solomon.

“Corruption in government, at any level, breeds a corrosive, self-defeating cynicism for effective governance,” he said.

“The program announced today to restore ethics to Jersey City’s governance should be welcomed and embraced by all, regardless of personal interest or political affiliation, as serving the common good of this remarkable city.”

Hudson County View, October 4, 2021

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