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Political Corruption: Two Brick Clean Slate School Board Members Fined for Ethics Violations

BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ – We first reported this story back in 2018 regarding political corruption by members of the Brick Township School Board’s “Clean Slate Team”.  Apparently, their slate is not as clean as it was portrayed during that election.

Board President Stephanie Wohlrab and board member Victoria Pakala have been fined by the New Jersey Election Commission nearly $800 for their role in hiding campaign election contributions from political donors totaling nearly $10,557.80.

Former board members John Lamella and George White were also cited.

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You can read the full story once again at Brick Shorebeat.

The story is just one of many unfolding stories of political corruption in Ocean County.

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