Government

May 11, 2021

CHATHAM, NJ -- The Borough of Chatham Council unanimously adopted an ordinance that amends its code and prohibits the smoking of marijuana in its "parks, playgrounds and recreation areas" at its regular Zoom meeting held Monday evening. The stated purpose of the amended ordinance is to "clarify ...

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RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank council meeting will be held electronically this Wednesday, May 12, 6:30pm. Highlights on the agenda: The council will begin to solicit for qualified contractors for the rehabilitation of housing in the borough. The resolution is in response to the borough’s ...

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OLEAN, NY — The City of Olean will conduct water main work on Tuesday, starting at 9:30 a.m. Residents and businesses on North 14th Street between West State Street to West Sullivan streets will be without water for about four to six hours while the work takes place. Individuals with ...

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Several school districts, including Allegany-Limestone Central School District and Portville Central School District, are partnering with the Cattaraugus County Health Department to offer vaccination clinics open to persons 16 or older.  The Pfizer vaccine will be administered at the school ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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The Cattaraugus County Health Department reported 12 new positive COVID-19 cases Saturday.With the new cases, the county has reached a total of 5,507 COVID-19 cases since March. The active caseload in the county is 152; 20 county residents are hospitalized with the virus. A total of 101 ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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TRENTON, NJ - A Senate Bill that would limit lawsuits arising from COVID-19 exposure or transmission against planned real estate developments received unanimous support from the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee. It now moves to the Senate floor for a vote. Senate Bill 3584 is not the ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said he anticipates the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents ages 12 to 15-years-old.

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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CLARK, NJ – The former Clark Police Department building is slowly being demolished and will soon reveal the new one constructed behind it. Demolition began on Monday morning and will take several days to complete according to officials.   Officers and support staff moved into the building ...

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TRENTON, NJ - A Senate Bill that would limit lawsuits arising from COVID-19 exposure or transmission against planned real estate developments received unanimous support from the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee. It now moves to the Senate floor for a vote. Senate Bill 3584 is not the ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- Touting the benefits of vaccination in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy at his press briefing today said that he anticipates that the CDC and the FDA will give the green light to Pfizer’s emergency use authorization application to vaccinate adolescents between the ages ...

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New York, NY—Ranked-Choice Voting made its official debut earlier this year in two special City Council elections in Queens, but will be available for the first time in citywide elections in the June primaries for the offices of Mayor, City Council, City Comptroller, Public Advocate and Borough ...

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TRENTON, NJ - NJ Gov. Phil Murphy remembered and recognized retired Madison Public Health Nurse Mary Flood during the Monday, May 10 press conference.  During the conference, Murphy paused to remember NJ residents who succumbed to COVID-19. Today Murphy said:  We remember Mary ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – That house down your street in Coral Springs – is it now a “vacation rental” with lots of people coming and going, cars parked all over the street, and trash cans sitting out for days? Coral Springs officials are looking to regulate vacation rentals where visitors stay for ...

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ Somerset County will host an online auction of surplus property starting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 12, closing at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 19. The eclectic mix of items to be sold includes cars, pickups, buses, dump trucks and other vehicles, lawn and garden equipment snow plows, ...

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The Mayor of Kenilworth, NJ and Merck have announced the official sale of the Merck Kenilworth campus. The Kenilworth Mayor and Merck are joining efforts to find a new owner for this unique location. This announcement follows Merck’s April 28, 2020 announcement of its intention to consolidate ...

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TRENTON, NJ - A Senate Bill that would limit lawsuits arising from COVID-19 exposure or transmission against planned real estate developments received unanimous support from the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee. It now moves to the Senate floor for a vote. Senate Bill 3584 is not the ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - Beau Ridge, a neighborhood of 250 Holmdel homes, has been looking over its shoulder to a property next door for a couple years. Called Verde Woods, it is an 8 home subdivision to be built on 3.25 acres. The location is near the back entrance/exit of the development. It is to the right ...

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ELIZABETH, N.J- Three months since its official launch in February, The Housing Authority of the City of Elizabeth’s (HACE) Jobs Plus Program has seen great outcomes among its participants. HACE’s Jobs Plus Program is open to the housing authority’s Mravlag Manor residents and the Jobs Plus team ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Starting Monday, construction will begin on a traffic light upgrade at a major intersection in Coral Springs. The light at Wiles Road and Coral Springs Drive will be converted from an existing span wire to a mast arm, according to the City of Coral Springs. What impact the ...

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