Trump Adviser Steve Rogers to appear on MSNBC in the 11 o'clock hour Monday

July 24, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley's Steve Rogers will appear on MSNBC today (Monday July 24) in the 11 o'clock hour. 

Steven L. Rogers served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War era, achieving the rank of Sergeant.  He was discharged from the Air Force in 1974 and became a police officer in East Orange, NJ. In 1976 he joined the Nutley Police Department, where he served until July ...

Essex County Freeholders Pass Legislation to Support Minority-Owned, Women-Owned and Veteran-Owned Businesses

NEWARK, NJ – New legislation has been enacted by the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders designed to increase economic opportunity for women-owned, minority-owned, and veteran-owned businesses, county officials announced.

During the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Wednesday, the board unanimously passed an ordinance that they hope will redefine ...

Bar Crawls, Zebra Stripes and Roundabouts Presented as Measures to increase Pedestrian Safety

WEST ORANGE, NJ -  Bar Crawls, Zebra Stripes and Roundabouts were presented as some of means to increase pedestrian safety at the multi-town pedestrian safety meeting held at Turtle Back Zoo Wednesday. The meeting was was attended by elected and appointed officials, township representatives and citizens activists from Nutley, Bloomfield, West Orange, Verona, Millburn and ...

Fr. Nicastro testifies at Parking Hearing for Ralph’s Pizzeria

NUTLEY, NJ - ‘Major Subdivision and Variances’ were approved for 72 & 74 Dodd Street for Pat Custode, owner of Ralph’s Pizzeria on Franklin Avenue at the July 17 meeting of the Nutley Zoning Board of Adjustment, 

Thomas DiBiasi, the applicant’s attorney opened the hearing: “We all know that downtown is stressed on parking.  Mr. Custode, ...

US Will Reimburse Somerset County for Trump Visits

WASHINGTON - New Jersey Rep. Lance (R-7th) has confirmed that the United States Secret Service has designated Bedminster a priority for presidential protection – allowing law enforcement and other protection-related costs eligible for reimbursement by the federal government. 

“Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson and the excellent law enforcement personnel in New ...

Mental Health Services Addressed and Questioned at Nutley Commissioners’ Meeting

NUTLEY, NJ - Northwest Essex Community Healthcare resolution passed and fund cuts to Nutley Family Service Bureau addressed during Nutley’s open public meeting Wednesday evening, July 5


Public Affairs Commissioner Steven L. Rogers request to amend a resolution of an agreement with Northwest Essex Community Healthcare, a non-profit corporation in Belleville, ...

Historic Preservation and Pilot Parking Program for Nutley residents introduced by Board of Commissiners

NUTLEY, NJ -  A pilot program to resolve street parking problems at Highfield Lane and township historic preservation were among the ordinances introduced during Nutley’s open public meeting  All commissioners were present; however two commissioners, Alphonse Petracco and Mauro G. Tucci excused themselves early for personal reasons.


Historic Preservation Ordinance ...

Assembly Leader: Legislators Should be Fined $1,000 for State Shutdown

TRENTON, NJ. – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick said Friday he supports legislation to retroactively pay state employees furloughed during the recent three-day state government shutdown, but adds that legislators’ salary should be reduced $1,000 this year.

“State workers were furloughed through no fault of their own. They were willing to work. They deserve to ...

Gateway Hudson River Tunnel Project Inches Ahead

WASHINGTON --The draft text of the fiscal year 2018 U.S. Department of Transportation Appropriations Act includes $900 million in new funding for the Gateway Hudson River train tunnel project.

Tens of thousands of commuters on the Raritan Valley Line, including Somerville, will benefit from the project, with fewer delays and a smoother ride in to and back from Manhattan.

“Congress is ...

July 10 Nutley Board of Commissioners Meeting Cancelled

NUTLEY, NJ - The special Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled for Monday, July 10, 2017 has been CANCELED.

Nutley Board of Commissioners meetings are typically scheduled on Tuesdays two weeks apart. With so much work planned for the On3 project, including the Seton Hall / Hackensack-Meridian Medical School, some decisions critical to the project may require commission. The ...

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