Letters

Total Disregard

Feb 27, 2019

To the Editor:

I am responding to your article about Mr. Kominski titled “Payout After 39 Years Tops $100,000 for Retiring Little Egg Harbor Assessor” (1/23).

I am the other party whom Mr. Kominski is accusing of persecuting him. I have been a tractor-trailer driver since 1975, for 44 years. I purchased my property in 2013, in an R-50 residential zone and had no industrial boat repair/marina across street.

Mr. Kominski has two Task Marine pickup trucks parked at his residence now, and wants to bring back the third illegal industrial boat repair truck, which Judge Damian Murray said he must remove because it violates the law, and issued a restraining order because of Mr. Kominski’s inability to obey the law. Mr. Kominski is trying to circumvent the judge’s order by having the council craft the ordinances to meet his needs, with total disregard to everyone else.

Mayor Barbara Jo Crea and the township committee have been supplied with many photos and documents of the full-blown industrial boat/marina operation he has going on. Perhaps people would like to attend the committee meeting on Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. to see if the committee is going to approve these types of operations springing up all over Mystic Island.

We have eight grandchildren and do not wish to have the risk of them being run over by Mr. Kominski’s full-blown industrial operation, which now has three trucks. Once again, I bought in an R-50 residential zone, not in an industrial zone. I don’t believe anyone in their right mind would agree with Mr. Kominski.

John B. Pinto

Mystic Island

 

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