|On Wednesday morning, I saw freshly patched potholes on Prospect Avenue in Hackensack, near the Camelot high-rise, but Euclid and Prospect avenues, above, looked like this on Wednesday afternoon and today.|
By VICTOR E. SASSON
A front-page headline in The Record today declares, "It's too soon to assess health law."
But Staff Writer Colleen Diskin, one of the least productive veterans in the Woodland Park newsroom, apparently did her news gathering with a telephone and a computer.
Diskin and her assignment editor saw no need for the reporter to leave the building and interview North Jersey residents in search of answers to all of the questions the story raises (A-1 and A-8).
That's the awkward sub-headline on the story, which cites "a paucity of data on a number of key questions."
One source's title consumes three lines on the continuation page.
The Tesla Model S, an all-electric, four-door luxury sedan. The company is fighting a proposed ban on direct sales in New Jersey.
Law & Order
In Tuesday's Road Warrior column on L-1, Staff Writer John Cichowski made major errors in reprising parts of an interim state report on the benefits of red-light cameras.
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DOT makes a fool of the Road Warrior