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Property Tax Break Program For Older NJ Residents May Be Changed To Return Money Faster
New Jersey’s property tax break program for older residents and people with disabilities could be converted from rebates into tax credits — a tweak aimed to get relief into the pockets of families more quickly — in a bill that a state Senate committee moved forward on Thursday.
Singleton Bill Would Strengthen Structural Integrity Of Buildings
Referenced collapse of multiunit building in Florida in 2021
Singleton To Partner With Farmers Against Hunger For Community Service Project At Specca Farms
Looking for volunteers to help with gleaning produce
'Boom Car' Bill Introduced By 3 South Jersey Senators
Under the bill, New Jersey municipalities could seize and even destroy "boom cars," which bother residents with loud music and bass.
District 7 Legislators Hosting Operation Yellow Ribbon Care Package Donation Drive
Items will be collected at all three legislators' offices through Veterans Day
Staten Islanders Are Complaining That N.J. ‘Boom Parties’ Keep Them Up All Night
Staten Island residents are complaining about the steady thump-thump-thump from boom parties along the New Jersey waterfront that is keeping them awake at night.
Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On 10 Homes In Bordentown Township
Project funded by Wells Fargo, NJ Department of Community Affairs
South Jersey's Infrastructure Needs Are Many, State Lawmakers Say
ATLANTIC CITY — From not enough workers to not enough roads to a shortage of public trains and buses, South Jersey is in need of major infrastructure upgrades if it is to compete in the modern economy, local state legislators said Friday.
Singleton Bill Would Expand Penalties For Illegal Gun Sales
TRENTON, NJ – In an effort to crack down on illegal gun sales, Senator Troy Singleton introduced legislation on Thursday to expand culpability requirements for unlawful firearms trafficking violations.
Singleton Bill Would Allow For The Impounding Of "Boom Cars"
TRENTON, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) introduced legislation on Thursday to authorize the impoundment of nuisance motor vehicles — commonly referred to as "boom cars."