Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Pension Deferral - A Plan?

Amongst all the hurly-burly of Monday's City Council meeting, Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs requested a point of personal privilege to advocate for a pension deferral plan. Click here to read what Gov. Jon Corzine proposes.

This plan would certainly help in the short term but whoever is in charge in 2012 would then take the hit. It reminds me of those car and house payment plans that make things easier early on, then come down like a ton of bricks later. What do you think, dear readers? Does this spell R-E-L-I-E-F in your mind?

--Bernice Paglia


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What should really spell R-E-L-I-E-F to taxpayers is making sure that the Robinson-Briggs-Jerry Green team doesn't get elected.

Whoever believes that is OK to get this people reelected is really not paying taxes and PMUA bills. Time to stop the small town mentality and get on with the bigger picture that spells a B-E-T-T-E-R Plainfield.

Oopss! Didn't mean to sound harsh.

6:45 PM  
Blogger Rob said...

Per the previous comment: DEAD DEMOCRAT Backed by Union County and State Democratic Party has a better shot than anyone else on the ballot in a nutshell...Blind sheep to the slaughter as always, so she will win more than likely ( I WOULD LOVE TO BE WRONG THOUGH ). Corzines "relief" package is no relief..it's putting off your bills until later...who say's Plainfield will be in a better place to pay our debts then ???

11:33 AM  

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