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Monday, March 27, 2006

Fifty years later ...

All Monmouth County cars will soon bear the official county seal. And it's a long time coming. The seals have been a fixture on the trucks and heavy equipment of the Department of Public Works for years. But now all county vehicles will include the seal.

The move no doubt comes in response to public concern about the number and use of county vehicles in an era of more open government. But Freeholder Ted Narozanick said there's nothing new about the idea. It dates to a resolution adopted by the freeholders in 1956, but never formally adopted. That's right, 1956. I suppose it proves everything old is new again.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

1956? Wasn't that the year our politicians promised property tax reform?

5:00 PM, March 28, 2006  

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