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South Brunswick Endorses Amendment to 'Fair Share' Plan -- Under Protest

March 15, 2019

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ -- The township this week adopted a resolution to endorse an amendment to its Third Round Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, and it its Third Round Spending Plan, but the endorsement has been given under protest.

The Superior Court of New Jersey has ordered South Brunswick to provide for 1,417 units of affordable housing and to submit to the court an amendment that ...

Pinkin Spearheads Move to Advance Recycling programs in NJ State Buildings

TRENTON, NJ – Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee Chairperson Nancy Pinkin issued the following statement Monday on the release of her bill (A-3770) out of committee, which would require all New Jersey State buildings to source, separate, and recycle any aluminum, corrugated cardboard, glass, paper or plastic waste:

“The State House is the people’s house and ...

It's Time To Spring Ahead With Daylight Saving Time

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The time to spring the clocks ahead has arrived. Yes, an hour of sleep will be lost tonight, but there is daylight to gain. Daylight saving time officially begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 10 and lasts until Sunday, November 3. The process of changing clocks back in fall and ahead in spring began during World War I as a way to conserve energy.

Federal regulation of time ...

Stop The Compressor Meeting On Tap

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The township is hosting a Stop the Compressor meeting on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. at the South Brunswick Senior Center. The goal of the meeting is to provide an update to residents along with an action plan regarding the proposed gas compressor station being built near Route 27 and Promenade Boulevard.

According to information posted on the South Brunswick Township ...

East Brunswick's Marijuana Legalization Forum Provides Answers to Questions

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Marijuana Ordinance Forum, sponsored by the East Brunswick Elks and the East Brunswick Municipal Alliance was held at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening, February 26, 2019 at the Community Arts Center located at 721 Cranbury Road.  


The event was moderated by legal and legislative expert Attorney Darren M. Pfiel and featured Mr. Frank Greenagel as the keynote ...

Middlesex County Seeks Volunteers to 'Set The Table' and Plan for 2040

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - What better to hear what people really think about day-to-day life than over a relaxing meal.

Now Middlesex County freeholders are looking for volunteers to host a dinner, at county expense, and have groups of residents say what they think would improve their community.

Working with Rutgers University’s Public Outreach and Engagement Team (POET), the county is ...

Slippery Road Conditions Lead to 23 Accidents in South Brunswick


SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ -  Slippery road conditions have characterized this afternoon, with some delays of school buses i the township.  here is the latest from the South Brunswick Police Department:

The snow which started around 11am has been intermittent in intensity over the past three hours. Snow plow crews are out making steady progress clearing the roadways. All municipal ...

Township Presidents Day Closures

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - So what is open and closed on Presidents Day 2019? South Brunswick Townships schools are closed on Monday, February 18 in observance of Presidents Day. Township post offices are also closed as is the Municipal Building. The South Brunswick Public Library will also be closed tomorrow. However, there will not be any change in garbage or recycling pickups originally scheduled ...

Residents Praise Middlesex County's Stand Against ICE Detentions

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Days after federal authorities blasted Middlesex County for releasing undocumented immigrants from the county jail, residents praised the freeholder board for taking a stand against what they called illegal efforts to detain people.

"Middlesex County is simply upholding the law by refusing to detain people who judges have determined are eligible for release. To do ...

Governor Murphy Declares State of Emergency


TRENTON – Today, Governor Phil Murphy declared that New Jersey will enter a state of emergency beginning tonight at midnight ahead of the winter storm, which is expected to start tonight and continue throughout the day tomorrow. Executive Order No. 55 declares a state of emergency across all 21 counties in New Jersey, allowing resources to be deployed throughout the state during ...


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