Have you ever had an “Aha” moment? I was going over the minutes of the January 27, 2010 freeholder meeting, and stumbled upon these gems. it seems that if you are a lawyer Lou will toss a lot of publicly funded work your way.
4. Resolution 2010-102
Resolution Awarding Professional Services Contracts for Providing Professional
Litigation Counsel Services for the County of Cumberland (Lipman, Antonelli,
Batt, Gilson, Malestein, Rothman & Capasso; Robinson & Andujar, LLC;
Kavanagh, Kavanagh & DiLazzero) and Authorizing Reissuance of the Request for
Proposal to Include Providing Professional Litigation Services for the Board of
Agriculture and the Services of a Public Advocate for Civil Commitment Hearings;
Wait, wasn’t Brendan appointed as County Council? And now he can double dip and also charge for other legal council besides? Hey, I guess this helps him recoup the money he lost by being denied the taxpayer funded state pension. Perhaps he can make the $80,000 a year part-time job pay over $200,000 a year? That seems to be the pattern.
7. Resolution 2010-104
Resolution Awarding Professional Services Contract for Providing Special
Counsel Services for Collection Matters for Cumberland County (Phillip
VanEmbden, Esq.); RFP 09-48
I guess that certain people get a special dispensation. This brings a lot of conversations into focus, and I see who bought who.