Magazine Reporter Shunned By Christie Wonders Why
Why wouldn’t Christie talk to Governing Magazine?
Weinberg hits Christie administration with OPRA requests
Reasonable requests were made over time to get State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristof to provide information behind his position that the funding source in her bill replacing $7.5 million in women’s health/family planning centers won’t work. Now Weinberg is using basic tools of government transparency to get at those reasons, but it’s looking more and more like this is all about the administration’s ideology.
New Jersey becomes the first state ever charged with securities fraud. – – Update – this was settled. That was fast..
NJ unemployment rate rose – slightly.
Comptroller report: Municipalities gave tax breaks to developers that benefitted towns at the expense of school districts, tax payers & counties.
Charlie Stile: NJ politics awash in special interest cash.
Christie job performance
Quinnipiac Poll: 51-36 approval-disapproval. Up from June 17 poll.
NJ will jump-start plans for turbines off the coast.
Cleaning up DRPA
After months of scrutiny from reporters & 2 governors, over issues with perks and political patronage, and the resignation of a top official for inappropriate use of an E-ZPass, during a 5-hour some changes were instituted and Chair John Estey announced he will resign.
Sunshine Law monitor ordered for Gloucester County freeholder meetings
Effective Sept. 1, a retired state Superior Court judge will monitor each meeting – that’s Steve Sweeney’s Freeholder Board.
Body found in suspicious Teaneck fire believed to be longtime community activist and former council candidate.
Christie’s Atlantic City plan ignores a big question: What to do with Bader Field?
When you get to Atlantic City
Look for the billboard that says police layoffs make Atlantic City less safe.
They’re coming …. if they’re not already here
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