Rahway Seeks $34M Bond Approval

RAHWAY—The school board wants to borrow $34 million to fund renovations and installation of solar panels at the high school and the middle school, plus build a two-story, 12-classroom addition at the Grover Cleveland Elementary School.

Corzine Wants Holley Out

ROSELLE—A spokeperson for Gov. Jon Corzine said that Roselle Council President Jamel Holley should resign because he is facing criminal charges related to widespread absentee ballot fraud in the 2006 Democratic primary.

Convicts Charged

AVENEL—Several dozen convicted criminals—including nine at East Jersey State Prison, located in the Avenel section of Woodbridge Township near the border with Rahway—are facing new charges for bad behavior behind bars.

Clark Police Blotter: Sept. 14-18

Sept. 14 at 9:49 a.m. – At the Point Pleasant Boro Police Department, Officer Brian Renda arrested Brick resident Gary Perrine, 55, on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court. He was subsequently transported to the Union County Jail.