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Assembly Limits Fees for Speakers at Colleges

March 23, 2017

 

TRENTON, NJ – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman John DiMaio prohibiting colleges from using more than $10,000 in state funds to pay for speakers, including commencement addresses, has been approved by the General Assembly.

“Paying exorbitant speaker fees is an expense taxpayers cannot afford, especially when tuitions are being increased because state funding is being ...

Hillsborough Seeks Scenic Photos for 2018 Calendar

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The Township is again working with Town Planner Calendar to produce a 2018 color calendar that will feature the works of local photographers.

The finished product will be mailed out to every residence in Hillsborough, at no cost to taxpayers as the year comes to a close,, according to Mayor Carl Suraci.

“The printing of the calendar is funded through ...

Lance Responds to Questions on Trump, Russia, Impeachment, Environment at Town Hall

BRANCHBURG, NJ – There was so much interest in Rep. Leonard Lance’s Town Hall yesterday that a second one has been scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday.

Lance said Raritan Valley Community College’s Nash Theater was chosen for each event because it’s the largest venue in his district. Saturday’s Town hall will be Lance’s 42nd such meeting since being elected to ...

Montclair Ponders 'Welcoming Community' Instead of 'Sanctuary City'

MONTCLAIR, NJ - A resolution scheduled for a vote Tuesday by the township council will determine whether Montclair will define itself as a 'Welcoming Community' instead of a 'Sanctuary City.'

The resolution states that the township is "acknowledging and reaffirming our commitment to the rights of all persons, regardless of immigration status, it is important to ...

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