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  Lawyer seeks probe of (NJ State Sen.) Bark's extra jobs
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MediaNewspaper - Courier-Post, The (NJ)
News DateSaturday, March 6, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
Description"A Medford attorney is calling for state and federal officials to investigate part-time government jobs that netted his hometown state senator, Martha Bark, about $330,000 over seven years.

"Senator Bark's employment with the Burlington County government smacks of the kinds of backroom dealing and secrecy that state and federal corruption and open government laws are designed to prevent," Gary Boguski wrote in letters to state Attorney General Peter Harvey and U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Christopher Christie.

Bark was paid about $230,000 by the Burlington County Bridge Commission from 1997 to 2001 as a consultant and $100,000 by the Burlington County Institute of Technology in 2002 and 2003 as a student counselor."

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