Political Insiders: Another School Year, Still No Contract for Bayonne Teachers

By W. Homer Axford For the second straight year, Bayonne teachers will start the year off without a contract. It seems Davis and D’Angelo, the Bayonne Teachers Association President, have a different opinion of what has been going on behind the scenes as it pertains to negotiating a new contract. Davis claims that negotiations have “nothing to […]

August Update: The Boys are Back in Town

By W. Homer Axford Did you miss us? Don’t worry, our weekly will be back after the first week of September. This has been a memorable summer down at our Tuckerton estate, and an even more memorable one in Bayonne. Let’s see, the Mayor and the Council  blew a deal at the MOT, then gave […]

Political Insiders: Resnick’s Project Closer to Reality

By W. Homer Axford   It was a relatively dead week, so this column will be brief. The windmill is actually working again. Davis incompetence has cost you a pretty penny — about $1 million, by our count. No one will be held accountable for this gross negligence, don’t get your hopes up.  The excuse […]

Roof Collapses at City Hall

By Bayonne Local Bot Sources inside City Hall have confirmed that the roof has collapsed causing  tens of thousands of dollars in damage and lost equipment. The collapse occurred yesterday morning destroying computers and flooding the police and fire prevention offices.  “A lot of data and files were lost” said a source who wished to […]

Op-Ed: What Happened to all of Davis’ Promises?

By Anthony Zanowic   What happened to the promises the Davis campaign made to us in 2014? Where is the transparency? Where is the fiscal responsibility? What about safer, cleaner streets? None of these promises are being kept, and all of our city’s problems are getting worse. This is a case of mismanagement by our city officials and the blame goes […]

Political Insiders: Bayonne High School Cheating Scandal?

By W Homer Axford  This week leaves us with plenty to catch up on. First of all, Mayor Davis spoke at length about “infrastructure” projects that he had zero influence in getting done, and that have close to zero net benefits for Bayonne residents. Only headaches.  At an event for unions, Davis boasted about The […]

Political Insiders: Promotions Galore

By  W. Homer Axford The weather is changing, but the laissez faire attitude towards spending at City Hall isn’t. There are a ton of promotions and raises in the pipeline.  As of now, there will be 7 new floating captains on the fire department at about a cost of $125K a pop.  The BPD now has […]

Political Insiders: Davis Forgets He Left Bayonne

By W. Homer Axford In case you didn’t get one, above is a screen shot of a letter the Mayor sent to Bayonne residents this past week. The letter was the basic blah, blah, blah.  The Mayor is desperately trying to convince Bayonne citizens that he has done something over the past two years. Whether […]

Transparency Mayoral Candidate Sued for Being Anti-Transparency Mayor

 By W. Homer Axford In case you missed it, the City of Bayonne was sued this week for keeping public information from the public. A private citizen named John Paff is suing the City for denying his Open Public Records requests. Other local Bayonne residents have also been denied Open Public Records requests from City Hall […]

Political Insiders: As Storm Rages, out of Town Directors, Well, out of Town

By W. Homer Axford Bayonne was whacked by an epic snow storm this weekend. The response to the storm was, let’s just say, less than impressive and pretty much down right dangerous. Our sources at the Fire Department told us that fire trucks were getting stuck, and that they are thanking God there wasn’t a fire […]