Tag Archive: enviornment

Don’t forget GREEN in preparing for IRENE

Preparing for Irene needs a bit of commen sense. To witness the line waiting in the street for gas at the Super Wawa we are wasting the gas we are waiting to buy. Destroying the enviornment that we FEAR! In what has become NJ, with gas stations and pharmicies on every corner, I pulled into the VACANT LUKOIL to ZERO customers and paid 4 cents more per gallon and wasted none of my GAS. Is their any enviornmentalists left in NJ?? By the looks of the line none were buying gas.  


April 15, 2006 News Roundup

  • Politics NJ’s count of how races are going to swing is up. Currently the U.S. Senate race is listed in the “Toss Up” category but with a chance of moving towards the “Leans Democratic” column.
  • After switching from Democratic to Republican parties candidate for East Hanover Town Council, Philip Maenza , is still not fully accepted as a true GOP member by sitting council members. They feel that Maenza is running on the Republican ticked, not because his values have changed, but because he has a better chance of winning as a Republican in Morris County.
  • Staunch environmentalist, Congressman Frank Pallone (D-NJ6), is calling for expedited cleaning of PCBs in the Raritan River that have been harming fish and have the potential to harm humans as well. PCBs were outlawed and are now classified as a possible carcinogen that  can cause nervous system disorders.
  • The smoking ban went into effect at 12:01 this morning. No smoking in bars, racetracks, bowling alleys, clubs and concert halls are just some of the provisions of the ban. Sorry smokers, maybe now is a good time to quit, no?
  • Governor Corzine’s sales tax hike has hit a major speed bump. Legislators from both sides of the aisle are strongly opposing it, and now rumors have started that it may not have enough votes to pass through the State Senate.

    Happy Saturday!!!