You can't fight City Hall
Editor's note: There were numerous factual inaccuracies in yesterday's column, "You can't fight City Hall," including the following. Robert Lord-Taylor was not granted money to update his house in the 1980s and 1990s. The first city renovations began in 2003. Lord-Taylor was cited for several violations other than a "shoddy paint job," including exposed wires, a dangerous porch railing and structural damage to the house. The City of New Brunswick chose and paid for the attorney to represent Lord-Taylor. It was not ordered by the N.J. Supreme Court.