Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Establishing Historic Employment Protections for Service Workers
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today signed a bill to protect service workers from a sudden and unexpected loss of employment due to a change in ownership where they work. This legislation will provide important employment protections and peace of mind for many New Jersey service employees.
Singleton Highlights $500K In Funding For Moorestown Recreational Spaces
Trenton –Senator Troy Singleton today highlighted $500,000 in funding he supported in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget for Moorestown Township, which will go towards improving and creating outdoor recreational spaces.
Singleton Highlights $2 Million In Funding For Willingboro Senior Center
Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton today highlighted a $2 million investment from the Fiscal Year 2024 budget for the Reva Foster Senior Center in Willingboro Township.
Singleton Highlights $250K In Budget For City Of Beverly
Trenton – In an effort to provide further support to local law enforcement agencies, Senator Troy Singleton highlighted $250,000 in funding that will be awarded to the City of Beverly in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget for public safety upgrades.
Burlington County creating free day camp for children impacted by substance use
The Burlington County Commissioners approved the creation of a free day-camp for children impacted by the opioid addiction epidemic.
Burlington County expanding free public Wi-Fi to County parks
Free public Wi-Fi will be available at this year’s Burlington County Farm Fair as part of a new initiative to expand internet access and connectivity to all Burlington County Parks.
Singleton Highlights $725K In Funding For Florence Township
FLORENCE –Senator Troy Singleton highlighted $725,000 in funding that he supported for Florence Township that will be used for improvements to local roadways and for the construction of a new recreation center.
Bordentown City Gets $475K Grant to Improve Connectivity From Park Street to Downtown
BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — The City of Bordentown has been awarded a $475,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation to fund improvements for walkability on Park Street, State Senator Troy Singleton and Mayor Jennifer Sciortino announced on Friday.