Toms River Township Cuts Audio on Councilman Rodrick’s Objection to Two Acre House of Worship Zoning

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – As Toms River Township Councilman Daniel Rodrick was about to express his objections against a council decision to enter into negotiations to lower zoning restrictions for houses of worship, the township audio feed was cut and Council President Maria Maruca ordered the town council to take a recess.  During that recess the audio on the meeting feed was intentionally cut, only being restored later in the meeting when the town council requested Rodrick’s resignation.

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