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Singleton bill would create $200 million loan pool for green infrastructure
TRENTON — It’s no secret that so-called green infrastructure such as solar panels and energy-efficient appliances and lights can help consumers save money and reduce their energy consumption, but few homeowners and small businesses have the money needed to pay the upfront costs.
Assembly Bill Aims to Close New Jersey's Energy-Efficiency Gap
Singleton's proposed law would create low-cost loan program to help low-income New Jerseyans finance energy-efficient technologies
Helping to keep jobs in New Jersey
In May, rental car giant Hertz announced it was moving its corporate headquarters, as well as 550 jobs, from Park Ridge, N.J., to the Gulf Coast of Florida. The company cited several reasons for its relocation, chief among them the $85 million in tax incentives that Florida is offering.
NJDOT awards $1 million grant for Burlington County bridge replacement
The Burlington County Bridge Commission has been awarded a $1 million grant to replace the nearly 80-year-old Pompeston Creek Bridge connecting Riverton and Palmyra.
413,000 NJ mental health records submitted for gun checks
TRENTON — The New Jersey Judiciary is making significant progress in its efforts to provide mental health records to law enforcement about people disqualified from obtaining firearms.