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Rible Bumped by Gov. Murphy as N.J. Alcoholic Beverage Control Director

November 14, 2018

TRENTON, NJ — David Rible will be leaving his post as director of the state Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

The Wall resident and former Republican assemblyman for the 30th Legislative District will be replaced by attorney and municipal court judge James B. Graziano, according to State Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal, who made the announcement of Gov. Phil Murphy’s ...

New Jersey Launches ‘Get Covered’ Campaign to Promote Health Care Insurance Open Enrollment

TRENTON, NJ — The Murphy administration has launched a statewide public awareness to promote the Affordable Care Act’s 2019 open enrollment period, which runs through December 15.

As part of the “Get Covered New Jersey” campaign, state departments and agencies that interact with the public are distributing information and materials, and directing residents to coverage ...

Belmar Seniors: Deadline Nears to Apply for State’s Senior Freeze Tax Relief Program

BELMAR, NJ — Senior citizens who live in Belmar have until October 31 to apply for property tax relief under New Jersey’s Senior Freeze program.

The borough is reminding borough residents age 65 and older and disabled individuals that they may be eligible for the property tax relief program, which reimburses them for property tax increases on their principal residence.

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Murphy Administration Announces $38 Million Investment to Fund Child Care Services for Working Families

TRENTON, NJ — New Jersey will spend $38 million on child care services available to working families, the state Department of Human Services has announced.

The funds are aimed to improve the state's child care subsidy program payment rates, create new incentives to expand infant care, and prioritizes quality care and services, according to Human Services Commissioner Carole ...


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