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the article online.
We could not print an article about a broken window, allowing access into the library before offering Mayor Jackson an opportunity to repair the breach.
City officials responded immediately as a work crew secured the building.
Mayor Jackson even sent a communication offering thanks for a potential more serious event.
Jackson by no means ranks as my newest, bestest, buddy although his position as mayor deserves respect.
Jackson’s communication hardly changes an opinion that city officials should focus more attention on education. Unfathomable that seven years after closing, hundreds of books and other library items remain inside the East Trenton branch.
Still, kudos to city workers for their response. Perhaps, a proactive move may be to put steel bars on the library windows.
May as well make East Trenton Library mirror the potential future destination for city youth being shortchanged in ways to escape poverty.
Well, there’s always the New Jersey state prisons where inmates can earn an education inside institutions’ libraries.
Hey, Mayor Eric “Big Toe” Jackson, open just one of the closed libraries and talk frequently about education investment.
Trenton will continue to decline until officials focus more attention on learning.
Murray as Winger would offer this confirmation.
That’s the fact, Jack.