Beth Mason: Don’t forget me and my attempts to sabotage the hospital sale!
While efforts are continuing to save the hospital, Councilwoman Beth Mason wants you to know she is gong to continue to put out as much innuendo, false information and sabotage as possible. (Can her exclusive talking points here be far off from “release” to Hoboken411?)
At the last City Council meeting she didn’t want to risk $5.5 million in consideration of a bond to help the hospital be saved. Now she makes reference to two past failed bidders and pretends they are not only applicable but viable today!
Of course she was looking to put the City and the hospital at IMMEDIATE risk for tens of millions of dollars with a hospital closure. There are no last minute new bidders who will fulfill the objectives Holdco is committing to for the next seven years for the hospital but there are people who are not happy with that outcome for both financial and ideological reasons.
As for Mason, whether it’s zeroing out a budget surplus or setting Hoboken up for massive failure on the hospital, the objective is always the same: force Hoboken into a corner and create the maximum negative impact on the taxpayers – all the while you say the sabotage is for their benefit!
Here, Mason urges, no she’s practically begging the mayor to do something, anything other than complete the sale of the hospital to Holdco. Her consulting team is hoping you will be confused enough to believe something, anything here.
What would you call the seven figures Beth Mason has spent seeking more power in Hoboken? One apt description is it’s nothing but blind ambition of Mason’s solitary special interest. Those issues have a way of leading people into bigger problems.
|The closer the hospital gets to being saved, the more feverish the pitch to undermine the sale keeping it open for seven years as an acute care facility. Here Beth Mason listens to her friend who she does not pay for friendship at a City Council meeting earlier this year. They are the leading voices for sabotage and false information on the pending sale of the hospital.|