Bill To Give Atlantic City A Cut Of New Jersey’s Sports Betting Tax Revenue Advances
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure to cut Atlantic City in on taxes being generated from the state’s thriving sports betting market.
Bill Advances To Give Atlantic City 1.25% Of Sports Gaming Dollars
TRENTON — Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small Sr. has long talked about the city’s need to keep more taxes generated by its casino industry, and a bill advanced in a Senate committee Thursday morning to start that process.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation, Waterfront Project Team Up To Help Fight Evictions
JERSEY CITY, NJ - The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) is partnering with The Waterfront Project (WFP) to provide free legal services to low income families facing eviction.
Burlington County Commissioners Applaud School Administrators For Joining Stigma-Free Initiative
The Burlington County Commissioners’ efforts to make Burlington County a stigma-free county is picking up more support.
Singleton Calls For Quicker Turnaround Time For NJ Unemployment Claims
TRENTON, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) wants the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) to speed up the turnaround time for unemployment claims and is calling for a conduct performance review of the Division of Unemployment.
Serve With Singleton Marks 40 Community Service Days, 1,600 Volunteer Hours With Alice Paul Event
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — Since first being elected to the State Senate in 2018, Senator Troy Singleton (D-7) has brought together volunteers throughout Burlington County for his "Serve with Singleton" events to give back to the communities he serves.
Burlington County Commissioners, Senator Troy Singleton Congratulate New RCBC Board of Trustees Chair Robin Walton
MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Board of Commissioners applauded the selection of Robin A. Walton as the new chair of the Rowan College at Burlington County Board of Trustees, saying the Trustees’ choice will usher in a new era of strong leadership at the county college.
National Doctors Day: A Day To Offer Respect & Protection
Yesterday, March 30, we celebrated National Doctors Day. This started in 1933 when the public would send greeting cards to doctors or place flowers on the graves of those deceased.
The tribute, respect, and acknowledgment of how they serve our community remain unchanged, even if some outward expressions are different. And that sense of esteem has broadened to include all health care workers.
Singleton Energy Reliability Legislation Passes Senate
Trenton – In an effort to strengthen energy reliability, the Senate today passed legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would require an electric public utility to replace certain backyard distribution service equipment if there is a repeated history of service interruption.
Ruiz, Singleton Bill To Strengthen Youth Transition To Work Program Advances
Trenton – In an effort to increase employment in highly skilled, good-paying jobs across the state, the Senate advanced legislation sponsored by Senate Majority Leader M. Teresa Ruiz and Senator Troy Singleton to further encourage residents from diverse backgrounds to pursue apprenticeships.