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Belleville Township
1993

Pursuing a widespread probe of municipal corruption in New Jersey launched statewide in 1992, the Commission identified various failings in financial and purchasing areas in Belleville, including violations of bidding laws, expenditures in excess of appropriations and the absence of appropriate fiscal checks and balances. The Commission also examined allegations of administrative abuse involving the Township Fire Department.

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