Senate Approves Singleton, Smith Bill To Provide Tax Incentives To Recycled And Recovered Material Manufacturing Facilities
Trenton – In an effort to incentivize recycling facilities to continue to grow within the state, the Senate approved legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Bob Smith, which would provide exemptions to certain energy-related taxes.
As Newark Eliminates Lead Water Pipes, NJ Advances 10-Year Plan For Statewide Removal
Two summers ago, a typically underground problem exploded into national controversy when water filters in Newark failed to remove lead from residents' tap water.
Burlington County Restaurant Week To Kick Off At Marcello's In Bordentown City
BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Burlington County Restaurant Week is off and running with dozens of restaurants from all over the county participating.
Free Food With Vaccinations In Burlington County June 28
Mary's Mobile Diner is offering a free meal to anyone who gets vaccinated at Deborah Heart & Lung Center's COVID-19 vaccination event.
Bordentown Township One Of County's New Fixed Vaccine Sites
BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ – Burlington County is continuing to make COVID-19 shots available to residents who want the strong protection the vaccines provide.
Senate Passes Legislation To Permit Individuals To Dispense Opioid Antidotes And To Provide Support For Those Struggling With Addiction
Trenton – In response to the state’s deadly opioid epidemic, yesterday the Senate passed five bills which would increase access to opioid antidotes and provide support for those struggling with addiction.
Free Dinner With Your Shot: Deborah, Legislators, Burlington County To Host Walk-in COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic In Burlington
BURLINGTON – On Monday, June 28 from 3 PM to 7 PM, Deborah Specialty Physicians is holding a walk-in COVID vaccination clinic at its Sunset Road location in Burlington. Anyone who receives a shot that day will get a free dinner from Mary’s Mobile Diner, which will be on site.
Bills To Update Domestic Violence Laws, Procedures Pass Judiciary Committee
TRENTON – In an effort to update and reform the state’s domestic violence laws, procedures and policies, the Senate Judiciary Committee released an expansive package of bills sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, and Senator Troy Singleton. In addition to bringing more uniformity to existing procedures, the bills would also require new domestic violence training regimens to be followed by law enforcement, some county prosecutors as well as certain judges and judicial personnel.
Senate Approves Legislation To Replace Lead Service Lines
Trenton – In an effort to ensure that every New Jerseyan has access to safe drinking water, the Senate today approved two bills which would replace lead service lines and reduce the costs associated with the replacement of the lines.