Congratulations and thank you to the band of Trenton residents who opposed the city's attempt to sell the Trenton Water Works. Thank you, too, to that dedicated group for fighting the appellate court's decision, which (confusingly) sided with the city. Today's Supreme Court victory will allow the residents decide the fate of the last money-making asset in the city. The decision sends a message to the outgoing administration and council: we, the constituents of Trenton, are imperfect and may not always agree, but we are not your wards. This is our city, and we have a say.
Can someone provide numbers on how much money the city wasted in this lawsuit against the citizens of Trenton? Should Doug Palmer be held personally responsible for the lawsuits he inspired — and lost — over his 20 years in office?