In December 2020, Avalon undertook a significant reorganization of its Public Works Department.
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Terry L. Randolph filed the suit Feb. 17, alleging he was wrongly passed over for promotion, free speech violations, cronyism within the department, and violations of New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act, described in the suit as the most far-reaching whistleblower protection in the nation.
In December 2020, Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi presented a reorganization plan to Avalon Borough Council, asking for the council’s support and approval where necessary.
An Avalon Public Works employee filed a lawsuit in Superior Court, in September, claiming he was the target of anti-Semitic slurs and retaliation.