Government

December 10, 2018

TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now because of legislation ...

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OLEAN, NY -- Keurig Dr Pepper and the national non-profit KaBOOM! have awarded the City of Olean a $15,000 Let’s Play Community Construction Grant to renovate and upgrade King Street Park. Mayor William J. Aiello said the grant will provide new playground equipment for the park, which is located ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Motorists should be aware that Southeast Morris County MUA will be working on Market Street and South Street in Morristown on Tuesday December 11 &  Wednesday Dec. 12. On Tuesday Dec. 11, Market Street will be closed to vehicle traffic from Maple Avenue to West Park Place ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morris County residents, 65 years of age or older or between the ages of 18-64 and receiving Social Security disability benefits are now able to apply for important benefits from NJSAVE with one application. Prior to this new, on-stop application, individuals had to fill out a ...

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OLEAN, NY -- The Common Council will conduct a public hearing Tuesday to provide the public with information on a plan for the redevelopment of a property located at 107 N. Union St. The session will begin at 6:15 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Olean Municipal Building.  According to a ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee honored Montville Police Explorer Post 805 at the committee’s Nov. 27 meeting. The Explorers had earned three third-place finish trophies at the Law Enforcement Exploring Competition held at Purdue University in Indiana in July. Deputy Mayor Frank ...

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MILLTOWN, NJ - Washington Avenue will remain closed throughout the evening due to an afternoon water main break at Borough Hall according to a Nixle advisory released by the Milltown Police Department. Residents should plan on avoiding the area throughout the rest of the evening on Monday, December ...

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UNION, NJ – The American Legion Post 35 hosted veterans, families and guests to honor the heroes of the attack on Pearl Harbor during National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day on Sunday. Paul Johnson, Commander of the American Legion, said “we can pay no greater tribute to those we remember on this ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - A Town Hall meeting has been set to discuss the Marijuana Legislation that is due to be voted on possibly in December. Join Mayor Christine Dansereau, Borough Council, and the Roselle Everett Hatcher Prevention Coalition as they invite residents to participate. As New Jersey gets ...

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MILLTOWN, NJ - A water main break has forced the cancellation of tonight's Borough Council meeting at the Municipal Building. Residents should avoid the area while repairs are being made. The Municipal Building on Washington Avenue is currently closed due to the break. Updates about the building's ...

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TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now that legislation sponsored by ...

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RED BANK, NJ – Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 11th, the residents of Red Bank, Shrewsbury and Little Silver will vote on two separate referendum questions. A synopsis of the questions and their costs: Question #1: Red Bank Regional High School needs to expand.  Demographic studies show that ...

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STAFFORD - At the most recent Stafford Township Council Meeting on November 20, the outgoing leadership shared some updates about changes in the future. Old Baptist Church has been undergoing some improvements and the work has been done by the Township Public Works employees as a cost saving ...

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FLEMINGTON, N.J. – The county Planning Board approved a new Parks and Open Space Strategic Plan after voting Dec. 6. The plan was first scheduled for a public hearing and vote on Oct. 18. But county staffers made substantial changes to the plan after a probe by TAPinto revealed it contained ...

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WARETOWN - Township of Ocean Recreation is hosting a Christmas House Decorating Contest.  There are several ways to enter the contest and win prizes. Simply submit the address of the nominated home via email to:  recreation@twpoceannj.gov You may also phone or email the Clerk’s Office ...

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The Narberth Library and Community Room sent an alert today announcing that the building will be closed until further notice due to the lack of heat. The facility, located on Windsor Ave., in Narberth, is suffering from this cold weather like much of the community, and its heating system broke ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - It calls for 1,470 tons of salt. That is approximately the amount of rock salt the city will get over the next year to spread on the streets during snowstorms, according to the contract that approved last week. Council members approved an agreement with Chicago-based ...

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TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now that legislation sponsored by ...

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TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now that legislation sponsored by ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Local historian Richard Walling presented an "Objector's Case" against the proposed Hidden Oaks Woods Development which would bring 275 apartments, parking, a recreation center, and a swimming pool to the intersection of Tices Lane and Harts Lane at the East Brunswick Planning ...

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SOMERSET, NJ - The next Township Council meeting will be held Dec. 11, 7 pm at the municipal building. According to the agenda, the council will proclaim November National Impaired Driving Prevention Month and Deputy Mayor Shanel Robinson will receive a commendation.  During council ...

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Edison, NJ -  The Office of Assemblyman Robert Karabinchak announced that it is currently accepting applications for Legislative Internships for the Fall Semester, Spring Semester, and Summer. The unpaid internship program is offered for credit or community service hours. Requirements for the ...

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TRENTON, N.J. — The New Jersey Racing Commission is accepting comments on proposed rules regarding sports wagering at racetracks and former racetracks in New Jersey. On June 11, Gov. Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill 4111, allowing sports betting at New Jersey casinos and racetracks for certain ...

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Do these parking spots benefit the township or is it a giveaway of taxpayer funds to a business? Lower Merion Township, PA  – Lower Merion Township is leasing 33 parking spots from a private company for five years at the cost of $90,700.   The parking spots are located in the Merion-Cynwyd ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Woodland Park American Legion Post #238 held its annual Pearl Harbor Remembrance on Dec. 6 at the post on Mt. Pleasant Ave. Assisting in the event were members of Woodland Park Cub Scout Pack 31 and the legion’s Ladies Auxiliary. Councilman Joe Spinelli presented the legion ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - TAPinto what's going on in and around town this week.  Read on to learn more about upcoming Plainfield meetings and events. TUESDAY City Council meets at 8 p.m. in Municipal Court, 325 Watchung Ave.  Download the agenda. Kid's Holiday Movie Week:  The Elf on the Shelf at ...

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Flu season is far from over, and the Bernards Township Health Department has scheduled another chance for a flu shot at a clinic this Tuesday, Dec. 11, with discounts available for residents of member towns and no charge for residents with a valid Medicaire Part B ...

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ROXBURY, NJ - Are you ready for Ledgewood Lager? How about Port Morris Port or Succasunna Summer Ale? A former roller skating rink in Kenvil that hasn’t seen skaters in more than three decades is being eyed as a future haven for craft beer lovers, and the would-be proprietor said he would ...

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — In response to the Trump Administration’s announcement that it would approve requests for seismic airgun blasting in the Atlantic Ocean for geological surveying, U.S. Rep. Chris Smith has joined a House coalition pushing to end any prospects for offshore oil and gas drilling and ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey college students who are convicted of hazing would no longer be eligible to receive State financial aid, under new legislation sponsored by Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean. The bill was advanced today by the Senate Higher Education Committee. More than 200 students ...

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