Opinion/Editorials, AP Press, April 17,2014 The release of more than 400 pages of interview notes by the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher revealed a governor’s office busy keeping lists of local government friends and enemies, rewarding the former and apparently punishing the latter.
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Posted by JACoan on April 18, 2014
Democrats Show a United Front as the GOP Faces a Messy PrimaryMarch 31, 2014, Campaign Press Release (Willingboro, NJ) – Jack Fanous announced today that he will be ending his campaign for Congress in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District and endorsing his fellow Democrat, Aimee Belgard. “I’m endorsing Aimee because she is a strong leader […]
Posted by JACoan on April 7, 2014
By Matt Friedman/The Star-Ledger March 11, 2014 Gov. Chris Christie has called the George Washington Bridge scandal an obsession of the press that the public doesn’t care about, but two polls released today show the ordeal continues to erode his political support and public image.
Posted by JACoan on March 11, 2014
Serious accidents up in red-light camera zonesNicholas Huba, app.com, Feb. 8, 2013 BRICK — Red-light cameras, which snap photographs of scofflaws jumping lights at dangerous intersections, were touted as a way to make roads safer. But since the first cameras were installed three years ago, two of the three intersections actually had a marked increase in […]
Posted by JACoan on February 18, 2014
Andrea Zapcic Sworn in to Council in Brick Written by Nicholas Huba, AP Press, Jan 30, 2014 A former superintendent of the municipality’s recreation department has been appointed to the seven-member Township Council, taking the seat that had been held by Mayor John Ducey.
Posted by JACoan on February 5, 2014