Tag: saddle river

Op-Ed: Like School Funding, New Jersey Police Pay is Rife with Inequities

Why do Saddle River residents pay more for law-enforcement salaries than Camden residents? Is it because of Saddle River’s high crime rates? Of course not. Is it primarily because of Saddle River’s police officers’ superior training, sensitivity, responsiveness, compassion, safety, Read More

These three GOP-only local battles could shape Bergen’s political future

By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog With most of Bergen County focused on who will lead the BCRO come June, Save Jerseyans, three towns will see Republican primaries and they are usual suspects. First up, Saddle River will Read More

REPORT: Old friends Christie, Kyrillos face-off tonight in Saddle River

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The holidays haven’t brought former best friends Chris Christie and Joe Kyrillos back together, Save Jerseyans. Several months after Kyrillos, the state senator who was introduced to his wife by Christie, formally defected Read More

Eight of New Jersey’s top ten “best places to live” have Republican mayors

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Save Jersey‘s conservative contributors have never shied away from criticizing Republicans when they deserve it, without out a doubt, but by the same token, I’ve always been a big believer that “party does Read More

Round #4: Who is Northwest Bergen’s best GOP mayor?

By Matt Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog The freeholder contest will naturally get most of the attention, Save Jerseyans, but in Bergen County this fall, no less than 40 of the 70 towns in New Jersey’s most populous county Read More

Battlefield Bergen local mayoral primary round-up

By Matthew Gilson | The Save Jersey Blog While Bergen County may lack the firepower of a high-profile legislative or county-wide primary this cycle, Save Jerseyans, Republicans in four hotly-contested towns (all with incumbent Republican mayors) will head to the Read More