TRENTON – Due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, several waste water treatment facilities in the state are off-line, resulting in the temporary runoff of effluents into certain waterways.
BRIDGEWATER – As of 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 2, the majority of Somerset County Park Commission facilities remain closed.
TRENTON– The U. S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced it approved Governor Chris Christie’s request to add two New Jersey counties to the list of eight counties that already have qualified for federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
STATE – With millions of New Jersey residents still waiting for electricity to be restored days after Hurricane Sandy devastated many parts of the Garden State, the New Jersey Sierra Club took aim at the state’s Board of Public Utilities and the state’s electric providers.
HAMILTON – AAA Mid-Atlantic has responded to approximately 4,900 calls for roadside assistance in New Jersey since Monday, according to an organization representative.
ATLANTIC CITY – The boil-water advisory in place in Atlantic City as a result of Hurricane Sandy has been lifted, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of State, committed to holding a fair, open, and transparent election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, announced Thursday that the deadline for when county clerks may accept mail-in ballot applications has been extended to the close of business today, Friday, Nov. 2.
TRENTON –The Motor Vehicle Commission resumed operations at additional agencies and inspection stations on Friday, November 2.