After my Oct. 22nd column on the Masonic Temple, where I wrote the General Contractor was Hans Krogh, I received the following in an email from Mark Krogh:
TRENTON — Rutgers University restricts competition for its public contracts by rejecting basic bidding requirements imposed on all other New Jersey state colleges and universities, an Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) audit has found.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A city man was arrested Wednesday on a charge of fatally beating another resident, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Peter Mangarella announced.
STATE – New Jersey earned a “A” for its smoke free air laws, but got an “F” for its spending levels on tobacco prevention and control programs in the American Lung Association’s State of Tobacco Control 2010 report.
NEWARK – New Jersey’s Division of Consumer Affairs launched a multimedia outreach campaign this week to educate consumers about how to avoid credit repair scams that may actually worsen their situation.
NEWARK — U.S. Senators Frank R. Lautenberg and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) announced that the South Amboy Fire Department will receive a $23,579 federal grant for operations and safety.
TRENTON–A first-in-the-nation grant program targeting air pollution caused by dry cleaning has been an initial success in New Jersey, with nearly 300 applications received statewide to finance new and upgraded dry cleaning equipment, and with thousands of pounds of pollutants already removed from the air, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced Wednesday.
CARTERET – A $1.48 million improvement project to upgrade Industrial Avenue is nearing completion, according to Carteret Mayor Dan Reiman.
TRENTON – Lottery players will have the option to increase their potential payout if they add the new Megaplier option when they purchase Mega Millions lottery tickets.