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Bramnick Cancer Treatment Bill Goes Before Assembly Health Committee

January 18, 2019

TRENTON, NJ - A bill sponsored by Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick, Legislative District 21, prohibiting insurance companies from requiring pre-approvals for medical tests, treatments and prescriptions for cancer patients will be discussed in committee Thursday.

“Over the last decade patient healthcare has been taken away from doctors and put in the hands of insurance companies.

Called to Washington to Continue Efforts to Reopen Government, Mikie Sherrill Postpones Town Hall until 27th in Parsippany

Called to Washington to Continue Efforts to Reopen Government, Mikie Sherrill Postpones Town Hall until 27th

Remains committed to hosting first town hall during first month in office

Washington, DC — Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill has postponed her town hall until Sunday, January 27th, as Congress will be called back into session next week to address the government shutdown. The ...

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill is Open for Business in Parsippany

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill this week opened her district office in Parsippany, giving township residents easy access to their new representative in the House.

Mayor Michael Soriano and former Mayor Mimi Letts, both Democrats, joined about 75 other supporters Monday morning for the formal opening ceremonies on the second floor of an office building at 8 Wood Hollow Road.

Request for Public Input at the 2019 County Government Budget; Jan. 15

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Residents and officials from all 39 towns are invited by the Morris Count Board of Freeholders to the special 2019 county budget input meeting on Tuesday January 15 from 6:30pm - 8pm.

According to officials, the session is designed to let county residents and mayors and other public officials from all 39 Morris County municipalities have a say in the budget-making process, to ...

"Monday with Mikie" Begins Jan 14 in Parsippany Congressional Office

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The Parsippany corporate park at 8 Wood Hollow Road is getting a new tenant, and most likely a weekly crowd, as Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill announced the opening of her Congressional office to that location.

“An accessible, centrally-located district office is incredibly important to me and my staff,” said Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill. “I am ...

A New Courthouse for Morris County. Well Maybe......

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Morris County Courthouse in Morristown is a museum-like structure
dating back to 1827. There have been numerous additions since then,
but the front of the courthouse on Washington Avenue looks much the
way it did almost 200 years ago.

That presents both the beauty of history and the problem of keeping
the building functionable now and in the years ahead.
And ...

Freeholders Invite Parsippany Residents to Give Input on 2019 Budget

FREEHOLDERS INVITE PUBLIC INPUT ON PROPOSED 2019 COUNTY GOVT. BUDGET

RESIDENTS AND OFFICIALS FROM ALL 39 TOWNS INVITED TO JAN. 15 SESSION

The Morris County Board of Freeholders will hold a special 2019 public county budget input meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 15, from 6:30-to-8 p.m. at the county government complex in Morristown.

The session is designed to let county residents and mayors and ...

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill Chooses Parsippany for Congressional Office

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The Parsippany corporate park at 8 Wood Hollow Road is getting a new tenant, and most likely a weekly crowd, as Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill announced the opening of her Congressional office to that location.

“An accessible, centrally-located district office is incredibly important to me and my staff,” said Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill. “I am ...

Morris County Government Reorganizes with Pomp and Circumstance

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The Morris County Government Reorganized for 2019 on Friday January 4th with the Swearing-in of Ann Grossi as County Clerk and Deborah Smith, John Krickus and Stephen Shaw as Freeholders. It is the second term for Ann Grossi, Deb Smith and John Krickus and a first term for former Mountain Lakes Mayor, Steve Shaw.

At the county government's 2019 Annual Meeting held in ...

Resident Calls Mayor a "Lightweight" at Parsippany's Reorganization

PARSIPPANY, NJ - On January 3, 2019 Parsippany-Troy Hills held its annual reorganization meeting albeit an uneventful once since there was no municipal election this past year.

There were some fireworks when resident Bob Iracane, who was initially not reappointed to the Board of Adjustment, expressed his displeasure at that decision.  He went up to the microphone and expressed his anger ...

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Assemblywoman DeCroce: Gov. Murphy’s Speech a Failure for Middle Class

January 16, 2019

Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce issued the following comments on Gov. Phil Murphy’s first Stat of the State Speech

Governor Murphy’s State of the State speech was a masterpiece of progressive rhetoric; but it was a dismal failure for laying out a vision on how he is going to make New Jersey more economically competitive and more affordable for the state’s middle-class ...