NJ SPOTLIGHT DAILY NEWS
April 2, 2020
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STATEWIDE — Who knew littering would be part of an evolving story about a global pandemic? Local authorities are getting peeved about people who are throwing their used gloves, tissues and masks on the ground after they leave the store. North Brunswick and East Brunswick cops dispatched their own reminders this week, calling the action “littering” as well as “reprehensible.” North Brunswick cops, who seem particularly annoyed, say that a virus should not “change the fact that we are a civilized society.” East Brunswick cops ratcheted it to the next level, threatening to summons anyone caught being a litterbug of medical supplies. Get real, in today's Jaffe Briefing.
STATEWIDE — Who knew littering would be part of an evolving story about a global pandemic? Local authorities are getting peeved about people who are throwing their used gloves, tissues and masks on the ground after they leave the store. North Brunswick and East Brunswick cops dispatched their own reminders this week, calling the action “littering” as well as “reprehensible.” North Brunswick cops, who seem particularly annoyed, say that a virus should not “change the fact that we are a civilized society.” East Brunswick cops ratcheted it to the next level, threatening to summons anyone caught being a litterbug of medical supplies. Get real, in today's Jaffe Briefing.