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Comptroller to Apprise Governor, Lawmakers on Follow-Up Audits
John Reitmeyer | August 14, 2017 | Politics
New law calls for comptroller to report on how public agencies have responded to major audits and loop legislators and state’s chief exec in on the results
Planning for Trans-Hudson Tunnel Chugs Ahead with Release of Draft EIS
John Reitmeyer | August 11, 2017 | Transportation
Troubling questions about financing remain to be answered, but the tunnel is anything but stalled
Will Affordable-Housing Decision Be Derailed by Judge’s Ties to Developer?
Colleen O'Dea | August 10, 2017 | Planning
Judge ruled South Brunswick must build 3,000 units of affordable housing, but township wants decision set aside due to ‘appearance of impropriety’
Union Goes to Court to Block Christie’s Changes to State Cybersecurity
John Reitmeyer | August 10, 2017 | More Issues
The CWA, the largest union of state workers, is challenging governor’s reorganization of information technology department
Does Tepid Growth in Personal Income Mean NJ's Recovery Not that Hot?
John Reitmeyer | August 9, 2017 | More Issues
Personal income in Garden State has only grown 1 percent a year since late in 2007, when Great Recession started, trailing national rate of 1.7 percent for same period
Top Court Ruling, New Legislation Raise Profile of Fire Districts Across NJ
John Reitmeyer and Colleen O’Dea | August 8, 2017 | Politics
Supreme Court supplies a little heat by deciding fire districts are subject to OPRA, while law lets districts move elections into November, in hopes of boosting voter turnout
New Jersey and Data-Driven Innovation: Imperfect Together
Colleen O'Dea | August 7, 2017 | More Issues
Garden State just squeaks into top half of states doing good job encouraging and enabling use of new data technologies, digital infrastructure
Amtrak Says Penn Station Repairs Likely to End Soon After Labor Day
John Reitmeyer | August 7, 2017 | Transportation
Upgrades right on schedule, agency says, but there might be more work needed after summer is over that could affect NJ Transit commuters
2 Maplewood Cops Put on Leave After Possible Bias Incident
WNYC News | August 7, 2017 | Social
Videotape allegedly shows black teens ‘herded like cattle’ to town border after July 4 celebration
With a New Jersey E-ZPass It’s E-Z to Pay Higher Tolls in New York City
John Reitmeyer | August 4, 2017 | Transportation
They may think they’re getting a discount, but drivers with New Jersey-based EZ-Pass accounts are paying the same rate as cash customers at many NYC bridges and tunnels
Never Too Early to Plan a House Race in 3 Targeted Republican Districts
Colleen O'Dea | August 4, 2017 | Politics
Democrats are already gearing up to take on Frelinghuysen, Lance, and MacArthur, but are their efforts strategic planning or wishful thinking?
Extending Real-World Fiduciary Protection to ‘Digital Assets’
John Reitmeyer | August 3, 2017 | More Issues
Online financial tools, virtual currencies, even email and social-media accounts can ‘outlive’ their owners — and that can be a serious problem
NJ’s Top Court Rules Pay Increases May Stay in Effect After Contracts Expire
Colleen O'Dea | August 3, 2017 | More Issues
NJ high court says contracts can specify annual increases to be paid beyond the term of the contract itself
Amazon’s ‘Virtual’ Success Drives Job and Real Estate Markets in NJ
NJTV News Online | August 3, 2017 | More Issues
The giant online retailer said it would fill 1,500 full- and part-time jobs in New Jersey — in a single day
As Newark Grows, Tenants Want Better Rent Control
WNYC News | August 3, 2017 | Housing
Housing advocates seek to put more stringent rent ordinance on the November ballot
New Planning Chief’s Vision of Jersey City’s Future
NJTV News Online | August 3, 2017 | Planning
Newly appointed planning director envisages development of all kinds, not one-size-fits-all
Port Authority Shakeup: What Will Future of Agency Look Like with Degnan Gone?
John Reitmeyer | August 2, 2017 | Transportation
Former NJ Sen. O’Toole named as new chairman, but with two major projects underway, this is a critical time at Port
State’s Top Court Rules Witnesses Not Required at Pretrial Hearings
Colleen O'Dea | August 2, 2017 | Social
In a move to further refine New Jersey’s criminal justice reform, Supreme Court says prosecution doesn’t have to call witnesses to determine if accused can be held in jail
Voting Block: When a Candidate for Governor Drops by a Block Party
Nancy Solomon | WNYC News | August 2, 2017 | Politics
Phil Murphy finds himself among friends at this cookout, but he still has to explain his policies and beliefs
Newark’s Plan for Ironbound District Worries Some Residents
NJTV News Online | August 2, 2017 | Planning
Locals wonder who’s going to benefit from the surge of new development — developers or the community?
NJ Legislators Address Leftover Business from Budget Shutdown
John Reitmeyer | August 1, 2017 | Politics
Getting back pay to state workers sidelined by impasse is top priority, but avoiding another Beachgate by keeping future governors off shuttered state property is also in the works
Mother of Murder Victim Sues to End NJ’s Criminal Justice Reform
Colleen O'Dea | August 1, 2017 | Social
June Rodgers’ lawsuit — which names Christie, AG Porrino and others — claims bail reform put son’s killer on the street, even though he was a repeat offender
Synagogues Show Solidarity with Detained Immigrants on Holy Day
WNYC News | August 1, 2017 | Social
Holy day reminds Jews what it is like to be exiles, to be strangers in a strange land
Shrinking School Districts in NJ a Sign of Millennial Shift?
Route 40 | August 1, 2017 | Social
Out-migration and a move toward urban areas account for changing enrollment numbers in many New Jersey school districts
Christie Airs ‘Meme’ Pain, Assesses Trump’s Latest Twitter Storm
NJTV News Online | July 31, 2017 | Politics
On monthly radio show, governor says viral spread of ‘Beachgate’ photos hurt his family
If You Build a Warehouse in New Jersey, They Will Come…
John Reitmeyer | July 27, 2017 | More Issues
Location, infrastructure help Garden State become a growing hub for storage and distribution of products. The industry accounts for 11 percent of job growth in the Garden State since 2016
Candidates for Governor Name Their Running Mates … But Does It Matter?
Colleen O'Dea | July 27, 2017 | Politics
Pollsters say people tend to vote the top of the ticket. Besides, a lieutenant governor can be low profile to the point of invisibility
NJ Assemblyman Calls Christie's Secret Bridgegate Lawyer a 'Serious Breach'
Matt Katz and Adrian Ma | WNYC News | July 26, 2017 | Politics
Wisniewski questions why Christie, who was preparing to run for president at the time, hid Wray's public job as the governor's criminal attorney
Running Mates: Oliver is Murphy’s Pick, Rendo Likely as Guadagno’s
NJTV News Online | July 26, 2017 | Politics
Former Assembly Speaker brings political experience to Democratic gubernatorial ticket, Cuban-born Republican mayor seen as appealing to Hispanic voters
Christie's Hiring of FBI Nominee as Bridgegate Attorney Raises Questions
Matt Katz | WNYC News | July 25, 2017 | Politics
Wray represented Christie for 11 months before signing mandatory retainer agreement
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