TRENTON – Governor Chris Christie released the report of the New Jersey Privatization Task Force, which identifies more than $200 million in potential cost savings from privatizing various state agencies.
TRENTON – At a news conference at the Statehouse yesterday, senators who supported S-2139 – legislation which would restore $7.5 million in funding cut from the FY 2011 Budget for women’s health and family planning services – urged the Governor to act on the legislation and stand up for access to basic health care for women in New Jersey.
TRENTON – Legislation to help laid off firefighters is now law.
TRENTON— The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced an upcoming traffic shift on Route 1 over the Millstone River in West Windsor and Plainsboro in connection with an ongoing bridge replacement project.
TRENTON – This morning, the state Senate approved a compromise plan that would cap future property tax increases at two percent per year by a vote of 36-3.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will eliminate Monday hours and extend outs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez announced Wednesday.
STATE — A new George Mason University study on public pension systems across the USA says New Jersey’s system will go broke between three and nine years from now without massive reform.
STATE — Senior citizens looking for a place to go during the day for free or low-cost social, cultural and recreational activities can now turn to the Department of Health and Senior Services’ website to find a senior center in their area. Many of these centers also serve as cooling stations during heat waves like the one we’re experiencing this week.
WASHINGTON, D.C. –Thomas Edison State College will receive $5.1 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to add computer workstations and upgrade connectivity at nearly 125 libraries across the state.
TRENTON – Democrat John S. Wisniewski, chairman of the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee, criticized Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to keep the state’s Transportation Trust Fund solvent for another year by refinancing its debt.