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Scandal: David Randall Chaney, right, was forced to retire over his alleged role in the incident.
In 1683, Bergen (along with the three other counties) was officially recognized as an independent county by the Provincial Assembly.He did not address how much responsibility Obama should bear for the scandal or whether Congress should hold hearings on it.The Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University straddles the Hackensack River in both Hackensack and Teaneck.The agents were implicated in the prostitution scandal in Colombia that also involved about 10 military service members and as many as 20 women.All the Secret Service employees who were involved had their security clearances revoked.'These are the first steps,' said Representative Pete King, R-New York, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, which oversees the Secret Service.These areas were all very sparsely populated and consisted of farm fields, woods and swamplands.
The few roads that existed then included the streets now known as Kinderkamack Road, Paramus Road/Passaic Street and Essex Street.
King said the agency's director, Mark Sullivan, took employment action against 'the three people he believes the case was clearest against.' But King warned: 'It's certainly not over.'The scandal unfolded rapidly after a tipster called the Associated Press and reported the incident Wednesday night at the luxurious Hotel Caribe in Cartagena, where the agents were staying while the conducted advance security operations to prepare for the president's arrival. King said Sullivan had to follow collective bargaining rules but was 'moving as quickly as he can. King said he has assigned four congressional investigators to the probe.
Once he feels the facts are clear, he's going to move.'In Washington and Colombia, separate U. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, led by Rep.
The southernmost portions of what is now Hackensack were not part of New Barbadoes Township at that time.
The neighborhood that came to be known as the village of Hackensack (today the area encompassing Bergen County's municipal buildings in Hackensack) was a part of Essex County until 1710, when Bergen County, by royal decree of Queen Anne of Great Britain, was enlarged and the Township of New Barbadoes was removed from Essex County and added to Bergen County.
The seal of Bergen County bearing this date includes an image of an agreement between the settlers and the natives.