Moore Is For Less

Former Tenth Ward councilman cut taxes

Former City Councilman James D. Moore is touting a 1991 letter distributed to residents reporting a three point reduction in the city tax rate, representing a savings of $50 for the average homeowner, to show he has a record of cutting taxes.

Retirement Opens Doors For Civic Pursuits

New Jersey Parole Board Chair Yolette C. Ross, one of only four African-American women in the nation to oversee a state parole board, joined a host of other top law enforcement officials in wishing former Linden Councilman James Moore good fortune in his retirement as he will be seeking the Democratic nomination for City Council President.

Moore Wants to Do More

James D. Moore, a former councilman and school board member who headed the 10th Ward Democratic Club for many years, says he is considering a return to politics as his March 1 retirement as a state Parole Board hearing officer nears.

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