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By Dan Rudy 

Nepotism policy again makes assembly agenda


February 8, 2018

The Borough Assembly revisited its policy on nepotism during Tuesday evening’s regular meeting, at the behest of a resident who had lost his new position because of it.

Max Dalton took the lectern to make his case. He had last month begun work as a part-time custodian with the Parks Department. During the hiring process he had been one of several candidates for the post, and after interviews had been selected as the top candidate.

Dalton is the son-in-law to Mayor David Jack, he explained, and is related by marriage to another city employee. Dalton added he had disclosed this on his appli...

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