Carla Katz Has Big Plans
The Katz exemption allows the union president to build an addition and make other improvements in a region of Hunterdon County where the Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act severely limits development.The cash strapped Carla Katz has some big plans for the house:
Katz is president of Local 1034 of the Communications Workers of America, which represents 9,000 state workers — including 2,379 in the DEP's 3,450-member work force.
Alexandria Township Building Department records show Katz wants to add a three-to-five-room addition, lay a new driveway, build a deck, dig a swimming pool and install a new septic system.Is Carla Katz still receiving support from Senator Corzine? Corzine campaign spokesman Tom Shea refused to answer that question, saying: "He's just chosen not to discuss a private relationship."
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