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DPA programs are a boon amid mounting affordability pressures

DPAs have become a saving grace for many buyers who aren’t able to pay a lump sum at closing

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Burlington County Launches Grant Program to Help Military and Veteran-owned Businesses

MOUNT HOLLY – Veteran-owned and military personnel-owned businesses located in Burlington County can now apply for a grant up to $20,000 to assist them with their economic recovery and growth.

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Singleton Bill to Expand School Performance Reports Advances

TRENTON – In an effort to modernize school performance reports, the Senate Education Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would require school performance reports to include information about the placement of graduates, including placement in an apprenticeship.

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Singleton, Timberlake Bill to Support ADU Development Advances

TRENTON – In an effort to expand New Jersey’s housing supply, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Britnee Timberlake that would establish a framework for municipal zoning ordinances with regard to accessory dwelling units (ADUs).

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Senate Passes Singleton, Greenstein Bill to Increase Accountability for Illegal Firearm Sales

TRENTON – In an effort to combat illegal gun sales, the New Jersey Senate passed legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Linda Greenstein that would expand culpability requirements for firearms trafficking offenses and violations of regulatory provisions relating to firearms.

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Singleton Bill to Require Readmission for Students Whose Education is Interrupted by Military Service Clears Senate

TRENTON – The New Jersey Senate passed legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Kristin Corrado that would require public universities and colleges to readmit students who had to withdraw due to military service.

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Bill to Name Part of I-295 After Bordentown's Benjamin Moore Passes State Senate

TRENTON, NJ — Legislation that would name a bridge on Interstate 295 after a Bordentown resident who died while serving in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan has advanced in the New Jersey Legislature.

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Singleton, Greenstein Bill to Increase Accountability for Illegal Firearm Sales Advances

TRENTON – In an effort to combat illegal gun sales, the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Linda Greenstein that would expand culpability requirements for firearms trafficking offenses and violations of regulatory provisions relating to firearms.

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Home rule, the housing crisis, and segregation

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To many people in New Jersey, it is an article of faith that every town is a castle, that home rule gives more than 600 local governments the unassailable right to control their own turf.

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Senator Singleton Partnering With Deborah Heart and Lung Center for “American Heart Month”

Moorestown – State Senator Troy Singleton will partner with the Deborah Heart and Lung Center for his February community service project. The monthly “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Saturday, February 17th from 10am-12pm at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, 200 Trenton Rd, Browns Mills, NJ 08015.

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