After a relatively long hiatus, it appears that the Morris Street Redevelopment Plan is on the road towards adoption. As recently reported in the Morristown Patch, the Council introduced an Ordinance to adopt the plan at its October 11, 2012 meeting, and it should be on the Morristown Redevelopment Agency Agenda for November 11, 2012.
TAMPA, Fla. – The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) urges East Coast residents to prepare for Hurricane Sandy and severe storm conditions that could include high wind speeds, wind-driven rain, tornadoes and extensive flooding.
TRENTON – A man who trains fighters for Amateur Mixed Martial Arts contests in New Jersey was sentenced today for submitting false documents, including medical forms, to the State Athletic Control Board so that his athletes could fight without undergoing mandatory physical examinations and medical tests, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – The full state Senate approved a pair of bills sponsored by Senator Raymond J. Lesniak yesterday which are aimed at addressing New Jersey’s foreclosure crisis by transforming abandoned, foreclosed properties into livable homes and by requiring the state to expand participation in the HomeKeeper mortgage assistance program.
NEWARK – Calling him “a tireless and effective fighter for the African American community and the entire population of the Garden State,” more than two dozen prominent African American religious, community and government leaders today announced their enthusiastic endorsement of Sen. Bob Menendez for re-election.
TRENTON – New Jersey state senators voted to approve a bill to criminalize the manufacture, sale and possession of synthetic marijuana on Thursday.
TRENTON – Legislation to require parents to notify a school if a child will be absent, and in turn require schools to notify parents if a student fails to attend, was approved 39-0 Thursday by the Senate, giving it final legislative approval.