Singleton, Conaway, Murphy Collecting Items To Support Operation Yellow Ribbon Through Veterans Day
Moorestown, NJ – 7th Legislative District representatives Senator Troy Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway, and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy, are hosting a supply drive in support of Operation Yellow Ribbon now through Veterans Day.
Singleton Resolution To Establish ‘National Apprenticeship Week In New Jersey’ Advances
Trenton – In recognition of the positive impact of apprenticeship programs in the State, the Senate Labor Committee today advanced a resolution sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would designate the second week of November of each year as “National Apprenticeship Week in New Jersey.”
Singleton, Greenstein Bill To Strengthen Structural Integrity Passes
Trenton – In a move to enhance structural integrity, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Linda Greenstein to strengthen the State Uniform Construction Code Act (UCCA) and “The Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act” (PREDFDA).
Singleton Bill To Provide Grants To Small Public Water Systems Advances
Trenton – In an effort to strengthen the State’s water infrastructure, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Michael Testa which would direct the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) to develop and implement grant programs to assist small public water systems.
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.
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.