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Republican Lawmaker Says Move SDA To Treasury’s Division Of Property Management And Construction

Parsippany NJ, A new proposal by Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce would eliminate the Schools Development Authority and transfer its responsibilities to the Department of Treasury’s Division of Property Management & Construction.

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New Jersey Attorney General’s Office to investigate the hiring practices and allegations of employee file tampering at the state’s Schools Development Authority

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Parsippany NJ, Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce is applauding the reported action by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office to investigate the hiring practices and recent allegations of employee file tampering at the state’s Schools Development Authority.

DeCroce was among a group of legislators last week demanding an investigation of the authority following numerous reports of mismanagement of the agency under the chief executive Lizette Delgado-Polanco, who has allegedly turned the SDA into a patronage pit by hiring political allies and dismissing experienced staff members. Besides working as the CEO of the schools authority, at a salary of $225,000, Delgado-Polanco also serves in a leadership capacity at the Democratic State Committee.

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Rooney seeks answers to questionable Murphy hires at Schools Development Authority

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WAYNE NJ, Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney has filed an Open Public Records request seeking answers to the questions about the qualifications of new hires at the Schools Development Authority.

A NorthJersey.com report this week outlined how the chief executive officer of the Schools Development Authority hired 38 new people since August, some for higher salaries than the workers who were replaced even though they were inexperienced.

“The Murphy administration’s hiring practices continue to be problematic and need to be fully vetted,” said Rooney (R-Bergen).  “Governor Murphy has tried to represent himself as an outsider in a state notorious for its corruption.  But he hasn’t done a good job keeping good company.  He surrounds himself with cronies who have their own cronies.”

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