What if 1 billion people got together and created green actions ahead of the 2012 U.N. Climate Change Summit in Rio?
RED BANK – The Bayshore Tea Party group filed a civil action in the state’s Superior Court to challenge the validity of the recently-approved New Jersey Legislative District Map.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced that a city police officer was indicted today by a grand jury in Middlesex County on charges of stealing about $850 in health insurance benefits and, in a separate case, illegally voting in New Brunswick while living in other communities.
PERTH AMBOY — While City Hall is seeking a $330 property tax hike for the average homeowner, Eric Rodgers and Milady Tejeda are boasting that the proposed school budget they helped introduce includes no increase in the local levy for the schools as part of their campaign for re-election.
EDISON – Middlesex County’s popular Roosevelt Park Family Roller Skating Rink will open for the season on Friday, April 22.
STATE – As gasoline prices climb towards the $4 mark, it seems likely that Americans may cut back on summer travel plans.
HIGHLAND PARK – Highland Park was designated as Climate Showcase Community where leaders will encourage borough stakeholders to reduce the municipality’s carbon footprint.
TRENTON – State Senator Joseph F. Vitale, sponsor of the New Jersey Hero Act to increase organ donation in the Garden State, urged New Jersey residents to celebrate “Donate Life Month,” by signing up to be an organ donor in April.
FT. LEE – Shoppers believe that manufacturers should use more environmentally-friendly packaging for their products, but are unwilling to bear the burden of the green initiative, according to data collected by Perception Research Services.