Matt Stanislao complained of homophobic remarks from fellow officers in Glen Rock, N.J., and was fired. He’s back on the job, but little else is the same.
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JUNE 16, 2014
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2014 - MEADOW GLEN AT MONROE CONDOMINIUM, INC.
2014 - MEADOW GLEN CONDOMINIUM AT MONROE, INC.
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