Hello, I am responding to Mr.Sebik’s letter in last week’s Community News. I would like to commend you in your dramatic fight against billion dollar developers who don’t exist yet in Bayonne. The gold coast is alive and kicking. Maybe you haven’t been paying attention to the news but a legal battle between private entities slowed the development. But I saw on the news it has been settled and there are potentially 75 interested parties in development. But they won’t get far with you in the way, you’ve already promised to fight them and slow development more. Nothing you say makes any sense to the readers of this paper. You say you will lower taxes, but you don’t say how. The only way to spark Broadway is to offer tax breaks to business owners, but you said you’re fighting against that, so how will you achieve this?
Should the city buy the storefronts that are vacant? How can they do this without raising taxes? I’m sick and tired of the lies spewed by empty suit wannabe politicians like you. You’re already off to a bad start. Your math doesn’t add up at all. Compared to the rest of the highest taxed state in the union, our tax increases were minimal. No one I know was forced out of his or her home, so please stop with the fear mongering. We all want a better Bayonne Mr. Sebik, to suggest that we don’t is a slap in the face to our parents, you know the seniors who built this town after the war; the veterans who came back and became cops. You are very familiar with those officers. They rolled up their sleeves and worked hard. They didn’t try to achieve a paycheck from city council with lies and a smoke show. You still have yet to provide any information about your work experience and how you will make Bayonne better. So until then, please stop. You have provided no proof that you can do any of what you say. As far as we know, you’ve never even had a real job. At least Mr. Zanowic has had employment in the bowling alley. Where have you worked” How will these experiences help you change Bayonne?