Caldwell-Wilson to Murphy: Restore State Aid to City, Implore Staff to Dine in Trenton (with VIDEO)

Trenton City Councilwomen Marge Caldwell-Wilson, Kathy McBride, and Robin Vaughn sue Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, commissioner of the state Department of Community Affairs and Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora for bypassing the budget they say they prepared and instead using a budget favored by the mayor.

The portrait of Larry HIlton in Settimo.

TRENTON – Shortly after the vote for the 15th District vacancy, activist Algernon Ward surfaced as a North Ward challenger to incumbent North Ward Councilwoman Marge Caldwell-Wilson.

Running on the “experience” tag, Scots immigrant turned Jersey diehard Caldwell-Wilson aims to secure a third term as the elected representative of the Mill Hill section of New Jersey’s capital city.

Today, in Settimo Cielo, she had a message for Governor Phil Murphy: restore $53 million in capital city funding denied by Murphy predecessor Governor Chris Christie, and send administrative staff to eat and play in Trenton.

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