All documents for PILOT submitted to the State of New Jersey

This request has been withdrawn by the person who made it. There may be an explanation in the correspondence below.

Dear Nutley Township,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:"OPRA's clear purpose . . . is 'to maximize public knowledge about public affairs in order to ensure an informed citizenry and to minimize the evils inherent in a secluded process.'" Educ. Law Ctr. v. N.J. Dep't of Educ., 198 N.J. 274, 284 (2009) (quoting Mason v. City of Hoboken, 196 N.J. 51, 64 (2008)).

This OPRA request is directed to, Ceci Tramontana, RMC, Nutley Deputy Municipal Clerk. There is a no contact ORDER between Elli Pettas and Rory Moore. Complaints have been filed. I still have my rights to file OPRA request.

OPRA machine has determined Pettas has full control over the receiver email address. Pettas has to change the receive email. I have no dominion, control, or ability to change the recipients email address. I have filed criminal complaint against Pettas for using government resources to harass me.

I seek any and all documents submitted to the State of New Jersey for the project known as Diamond Springs property located in New Jersey.

I seek all the initial and additional documents and correspondence to the State of New Jersey for the initial and additional PILOT plans.

Yours faithfully, Rory

Rory Moore

Ceci Tramontana, Nutley Township

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Mr. Moore,

 

This correspondence shall serve as Nutley Township (the “Township”)’s
response to your request for access to government records pursuant to the
Open Public Records Act, N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1.1, et seq. (“OPRA”), which was
received by the Township on February 16, 2021. Below is a list of each
request for access and the Township’s response to the same:

 

"I seek any and all documents submitted to the State of New Jersey for the
project known as Diamond Springs property located in New Jersey. I seek
all the initial and additional documents and correspondence to the State
of New Jersey for the initial and additional PILOT plans." Please be
advised that a search of Township files revealed no records responsive to
this request.

 

To the extent that you have also requested access to the above government
records under the common law, your stated interest in obtaining the
records must be balanced against the Township of Nutley’s interest in
nondisclosure.  See Loigman v. Kimmelman, 102 N.J. 98 (1986).  The
foregoing response to your request for access to government records
incorporates the aforementioned balancing test.  Please note that "a
party's status as a litigant does not enlarge its access to government
records under OPRA”.  MAG Entm't, LLC v. Div. of Alcoholic Beverage
Control, 375 N.J. Super. 534, 545-46 (App. Div. 2005).  The Township of
Nutley reserves the right to raise any other grounds for denial not raised
in this response.  Failure of the Township of Nutley to assert an
exemption or privilege does not act as a waiver of any grounds for
denial.  Furthermore, a reviewing Court or the Government Records Council
("GRC") may deem a denial of access to be authorized on grounds other that
those advanced by a custodian.  See Paffv. Twp. of Plainsboro,
A-2122-05T2, 2007 WL 957289, at *2 (App. Div., Apr. 2, 2007), affirming,
Paff v. Township of Plainsboro, GRC Complaint No. 2005-29 (March 2006). 
If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled, you have a right to challenge the decision by the Township of
Nutley to deny access.  At your option, you may either initiate a
proceeding in the Superior Court of New Jersey or file a complaint with
the GRC by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may
contact the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O.
Box 819, Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [1][email address], or on
its website at [2]www.state.nj.us/grc.  The GRC can also answer other
questions about the law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in
Superior Court should be directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

Sincerely,

 

Ceci Tramontana, RMC

Deputy Municipal Clerk

Municipal Clerk’s Office

Township of Nutley, NJ

(973) 284-4951 x2233 Office

(973) 284-5668 Fax

[3]www.nutleynj.org

 

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Dear Ceci Tramontana, mediation

Yours sincerely, Rory

Rory Moore

Dear Ceci Tramontana, According to the State of new Jersey Nutley has to submit plans for the PILOT project. I seek all documents submitted to the State. This is not research.

Yours sincerely, Rory

Rory Moore

Ceci Tramontana, Nutley Township

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Mr. Moore,

 

Please see attached correspondence.

 

Thank you,

 

Ceci Tramontana, RMC

Deputy Municipal Clerk

Municipal Clerk’s Office

Township of Nutley, NJ

(973) 284-4951 x2233 Office

(973) 284-5668 Fax

[1]www.nutleynj.org

 

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Dear Ceci Tramontana, JUSTIN A. MARCHETTA, I grow exhausted with your trivial explanations. I acquiesces your your firm desires to fleece the Nutley Taxpayer of much need revenue. I called The State of new Jersey, GRC and a friend in New Jersey Government. The Township desires to propose a PILOT program for the friends of the BOC. Alas, rather inconveniently, the Township has to file paper work to the project. I published two such PILOT project that was approved by the N J Legislature. Thomas Evans paid $25,000.00 tax dollars to conduct a survey for the PILOT project. Alan Genentempo suggest the Township will be able to recapture the funds, well maybe, I am not certain, there was no paperwork, maybe we think, if the citizens are stupid enough, you cover up the PILOT project. The League of Municipalities wrote, extensively, on the PILOT program. The PILOT program is for OPEN spaces. Not a condo project that will impinge on public spaces. IE parking on the Nutley Street, over night.
""Long-term tax abatements (NJSA 40A:20-1) may last up to 30 years from completion of a project, are typically utilized for larger redevelopment projects, and require a municipality to declare an area as being in need of redevelopment. The PILOT is then set based on a percentage of project costs or revenue generated by the project, depending on the type of project. Short-term tax abatements (NJSA 40A:21-1) typically lasting five years are used to encourage rehabilitation of existing buildings and structures, but can also be used for larger scale new construction. The PILOT structure, again, greatly reduces the developer’s tax burden, and results in significant savings over the term of the PILOT agreement. In determining whether to enter into an abatement agreement, it is important to consider, among other criteria, the type and size of the development, impact of local tax rate on the profitability of the project, and the fiscal benefit added to the community""[sic]

For more information about New Jersey’s PILOT programs and how best to take advantage of them, contact Jeffrey Gradone in Archer’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group at 609-580-3708 or [email address] I suggest, Mr. MARCHETTA, I want the documents that inticed the Township of Nutley to pay $25,000.00 for a survey that the owner shpuld pay for. Thomas Evans lied to the public, on video, """" the Township may recover the cost for the survey."""" maybe.
I want the document for the survey reason. What is the Township requesting from the State in PILOT.
Dude, ans th question. PLEASE. rory

Yours sincerely,

Rory Moore

Dear Ceci Tramontana, I just spoke with the State of New Jersey. The Township is in violation of the PILOT statutes. I will file, yet, another complaint against the Nutley Township Clerks office and against the law firm representing the Township.

I will not send a copy as I did not rape anyone and the only defense is for the Township is to file charges against me. I asked for the documents and I will receive they document's. You chose the difficult method and I will acquire the document's.

Yours sincerely, Rory

Rory Moore

Dear Ceci Tramontana, I will withdraw this request for now. I will appear as a witness for the PILOT request.

Yours sincerely, Rory

Rory Moore