Middlesex County Republican Organization Chairwoman Lucille Panos says she will likely step down from her position and not seek re-election at this year’s party re-organization meeting.
Assemblyman Joseph Danielsen landed another government job at a local public agency earlier last year, after the Franklin Township Sewerage Authority (FTSA) board hired him to positions that pay Danielsen an additional $87,327 per year in salary.
With no sign of COVID-19 relief funds reaching New Jersey’s undocumented, tax-paying workers for over a year since the pandemic began last March, a coalition of Latino organizations are stepping up pressure on the state government to provide aid.
On February 18, the Middlesex County Commissioners approved a resolution that will allow “Sunoco Pipeline LP” to relocate an oil pipeline to an area along the edge of a county-owned golf course.
At the East Brunswick Township Council meeting on February 22, Dinesh “Danny” Behal was sworn in to fill the vacant seat formerly held by Sterley Stanley.
As city officials kicked off a long holiday weekend, the growing homeless population here was left without as warm place to go while temperatures dropped and another winter storm is approaching.
Ranked-choice voting (RCV) is being promoted in New Jersey and across the United States as a way to solve one of the major issues voters worry about: the “spoiler effect” that can result in voters opting for “the lesser of two evils” instead of the candidate who they feel best represents them.