Roselle Park Post

County Signs With Relative’s Company To Protect County Border

February 1, 2014


Union County has stepped up its game to prevent any more talk of secession and to prevent any invasion from our towns in other counties by signing with a family member of a county freeholder to protect the county borders. The undisclosed cost is estimated to be an over $50 million dollar contract but, according to the freeholders, “Will make Union County safer and securer.”

Although no other county has gone to such an extent, Union County will become the test ground and also plans to have identification cards issued through another company at a cost of $10 million.

“This is going to raise taxes but it is for the good of our county residents,” said a spokesperson for the county, “And we will continue to keep raising taxes for the good of our county residents.”

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