News Roundup & Open Thread for Monday, Sept. 15, 2015
September 15, 2014Uncategorized
‘One Sheriff, One Paycheck” campaign, David Jones, a recently retired state police major, trying to turn his campaign for Mercer County sheriff into a referendum on double dipping by pledging to suspend his own pension if he is elected sheriff and to refuse to employ any undersheriffs who do not agree to do the same – 17 of NJ’s 21 sheriffs collect pensions on top of salaries.
CD11: Dem Marc Dunec to launch Montclair Mondays.
Poll shows wide open field for NJGov once Christie departs.
Christie returns to first in the nation primary state this week.
Christie in Florida: Catches Rick Scott’s campaign bus, slams former ally Charlie Crist.
Mortgage nightmare: One NJ family’s fight against foreclosure.
Trump Plaza regulars say goodbye; closing Tuesday, with Trump Taj Mahal looking for labor concessions against closing in November.
NJ Poverty Reality blog calls attention to a landmark Camden building that should already have been fenced off to protect public safety.
Yet again, a court has struck down New Jersey’s efforts to develop new natural-gas power plants in the state –
a strategy relying on extensive subsidies from utility customers to spur developers.
Get ready for the ‘silver tsunami’ of older residents.
Pressure grows in NJ to regulate addict homes.
Two powerhouses of public school advocacy – Karen Lewis and Lily Eskelson Garcia – in NJ at the same time.
North Jersey schools brace for immigrant influx.