Sayreville

State Agency Tells PSE&G It Can’t Boost Prices For Natural Gas

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(via NJ Spotlight) In a dispute that could affect electricity customers and air quality, the state is intervening on the behalf of a power plant involved in a row with Public Service Electric & Gas about how much the utility charges for natural gas to operate the unit.

Sayreville Police Officer Charged With Cheating Housing Assistance Program

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SAYREVILLE — A borough police officer has been charged with stealing more than $20,000 in rent paid by the Sayreville Housing Authority, Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Chief John Zebrowski of the Sayreville Police Department announced today.

Weekend Ramp Closures Planned At Route 9 Interchange

SAYREVILLE – NJDOT officials today announced a series of overnight closures of the entrance and exit ramps at the Route 9 interchange with Bordentown Avenue the next two weekends in Sayreville. The ramp closures are necessary for paving and drainage work in conjunction with a major ongoing roadway rehabilitation project addressing Route 9 in Middlesex and Monmouth counties.

[PHOTOS] “Light Up New Jersey” Marks Sandy’s One-Year Anniversary

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SAYREVILLE — Ray The Prize Guy from 101.5 and members of the Sayreville/South Amboy community gathered together at the Raritan Bay Waterfront Park In Sayreville on Oct. 29. “Light Up New Jersey” marked one year since Superstorm Sandy swept through New Jersey.

First Sandy-Buyout Home Purchases Completed

SAYREVILLE – Five months after kicking-off a $300 million statewide post-Superstorm Sandy home buyout program, state officials announced Thursday that the first two home purchases, both in Sayreville, were completed at pre-storm values, with dozens of additional closings expected in the next few months.

Sayreville’s Kevin Ciak Named NJ School Board Member Of The Year

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SAYREVILLE—A 19-year member of the Sayreville Board of Education, who was elected to his first term the year after he graduated from the district’s high school, Kevin E. Ciak has been named the New Jersey Board of Education Member of the Year for 2013. The award, the ninth annual, is sponsored by the New Jersey School Boards Association.

Middlesex County Group Receives Red Cross Grant For Superstorm Sandy Recovery

(L to R) Mathieu Nelessen, Regional CEO, American Red Cross North Jersey Region; Wesley Moore, Director, Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group and Candace Crane, Associate Director, Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group pictured in a Sandy impacted neighborhood along the Raritan River in Sayreville. (Red Cross photo)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY –The American Red Cross today awarded a $782,000 grant to the Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group to address the needs of residents who do not have adequate resources to recover from Superstorm Sandy.