Langford "will not allow Craig Callaway's blatant obstructionism to hurt
the day-to-day financial management of Atlantic City" ...
intentionally, now on three separate occasions to block the routine approvals of
two Langford nominees ...
continue to serve as Director of Revenue & Finance on a part-time basis, at
approximately 1/2 of his former salary, and without health/medical benefits
that this constitutes a personal hardship on Mr. Bunting," said Mayor
Langford. "But in order for him to perform these needed duties, we will work
with Mr. Bunting in order to reduce such a hardship."
previously announced his retirement, effective December 31, 2004, in part
because of the health status of his wife ... However, Callaway's political
tactics would have left this position open ... something that Langford and
Bunting are unwilling to allow (to)
has now failed at 3 different Council meetings to confirm a
replacement candidate ... (Tom Russo) who is already a confirmed cabinet level
official in the Langford Administration ...
Bunting recently announced a 5.4 cent tax decrease in the 2005 budget
January 26, 2005