NEWARK– The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ will continue the federally-funded appliance rebate program, beginning on July 1.
TRENTON – Commissioner Jim Simpson kicked off July 4th weekend by encouraging motorists to exercise caution as they travel to holiday destinations.
TRENTON – With dry conditions expected to persist across the state heading into the Fourth of July weekend, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin urged residents and visitors to exercise common sense and caution to prevent wildfires.
TRENTON — Some of the DEP’s greenest places — its state parks — will become even greener when it comes to energy efficiency, Commissioner Bob Martin announced Wednesday.
STATE – New Jersey businesses will face an average annual payroll tax increase of about $130 per employee to help restore the state’s insolvent unemployment insurance trust fund.
JERSEY CITY –The Provident Bank recently partnered with “Operation XO” to send much-needed care packages to troops serving in remote locations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
SOUTH RIVER – Gov. Chris Christie signed his first state budget into law this afternoon. Earlier this morning, he called legislators back to Trenton for a special session to pressure them to consider his proposal for a constitutional amendment to cap property tax increases at 2.5 percent.
TRENTON – A bill which would authorize the state to sell 15.5 acres of land and improvements which are currently part of East Jersey State Prison to the Township of Woodbridge to be remediated as low-income, special needs housing was approved by the Senate yesterday by a vote of 23-12, receiving final legislative approval.
ASBURY PARK – On June 26, New Jersey residents joined to create the largest global gathering against offshore drilling. Citizens met at Asbury Park Boardwalk and joined hands along the shoreline as part of an international Hands Across the Sand day of action.
TRENTON – The state Senate approved a bill to restore nearly $7.5 million in cuts in the Governor’s proposed FY 2011 Budget for women’s health and family planning services by a veto-proof majority of 30-10.