A former political opponent of soon-to-be-ex Sea Bright Mayor Jo-Ann Kalaka-Adams has asked the Monmouth County Prosecutor to investigate the role the mayor may have played in a recent borough court matter that resulted in a local noise ordinance being invalidated, today’s Asbury Park Press reports.
From the story:
Andrew Mencinsky, 41, of Ocean Avenue said he called the Prosecutor’s Office on Oct. 26, the day after he attended the Borough Council’s meeting to request the probe, because he contends the mayor should not have been in court while the judge was hearing noise complaints against the local restaurant that later hosted her pre-election party.
“I was very upset about it,” Mencinsky said Tuesday. “It didn’t sound like a position the mayor should be in. Somebody has to connect the dots.”