STATE — The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, encourages New Jersey residents and visitors to consider NJ Alert, while preparing for the 2010 Hurricane Season.
NEWARK – Refrigerators and freezers manufactured before 1990 can use up to three times more electricity than newer appliances and can cost a typical household $150 a year to run.
TRENTON – Law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be cracking down on unbuckled motorists and their passengers as part of the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Director Pam Fischer announced today.
TRENTON – The full Senate unanimously approved legislation that would offer extended health benefits to residents left jobless as a result of their place of employment closing.
TRENTON – Legislation intended to help laid off firefighters has received final legislative approval.
NEWARK –Four dealerships within the “Sansone Auto Network” have agreed to settle a state lawsuit by paying $175,000 and revising their business practices, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Sharon Joyce, acting director of the Division of Consumer Affairs, announced Friday.
TRENTON – Legislation aimed at jump-starting New Jersey’s housing market by creating a tax credit for home purchases during 2010 was approved Thursday by the Assembly.
TRENTON – Legislation to provide additional tools for landlords and tenants to address bedbug infestations was approved 73-4-1 Thursday by the Assembly.
TRENTON –New Jersey has received a Bronze award as a Bicycle Friendly State by the League of American Bicyclists, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Jim Simpson announced Friday.
STATE — As the 2010 Hurricane Season approaches, State Police Superintendent Colonel Rick Fuentes, director of the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) advises all New Jersey residents to plan and prepare for potential tropical summer storms.