Rosemary McClave, who was indicted yesterday for allegedly using former Assemblyman Neil Cohen’s (D-Roselle) campaign account to pay for personal expenses while she was his campaign treasurer, remains employed and active as Teterboro’s Chief Financial Officer.
McClave could not be reached at her office this morning, but Borough Manager Paul F. Busch said that she will remain in her position, at least until her case is through.
“She’s been indicted, which means there have been some accusations that the grand jury has found made the charges indictable. But she has not been convicted and none have anything to do with her employment here,” said Busch. “We’ll just have to wait and see how this all plays out.”