Rowan College At Burlington County Joins The Burlington County Stigma-Free County Initiative
MOUNT LAUREL – Rowan College at Burlington County, New Jersey’s top-ranked community college, is going stigma-free.
South Jersey Legislators Seek Clarification From Acting AG On Off Duty Police Cannabis Use
Trenton – Several South Jersey legislators, including Senators Singleton, Cruz-Perez and Beach and Assemblymembers Murphy, Greenwald, Lampitt, Moen and Moriarty, sent the following letter today to Acting Attorney General Matthew Platkin seeking clarification on his recent memo pertaining to the use of cannabis by off-duty police officers. The text of the letter is below:
Singleton Seeks Volunteers To Help Prepare the Burlington Twp Community Gardens
BURLINGTON TWP – In honor of May being “Gifts from the Garden Month,” Senator Troy Singleton will partner with the Burlington Township Green Team and Burlington Township Food Pantry to help prepare their Community Garden for the spring and summer planting seasons. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held at the Community Garden, which is located at 1727 Columbus Road, Burlington on Saturday, May 7th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Ruiz-Singleton Laud Enactment Of Their Legislation To Recruit Minority Male Teachers
Trenton – Senate Majority Leader M. Teresa Ruiz (D- Essex) and Senate Majority Whip Troy Singleton (D- Burlington) issued the following statement today after the announcement of the New Jersey Department of Education and Rowan University’s ‘Men of Color Hope Achievers’ partnership program, which implements legislation they spearheaded in the 2018-2019 Legislative Session:
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.
Singleton Legislation To Establish Black Heritage Trail, Cultural Commission Advances
Trenton – The Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would require the Division of Travel and Tourism to establish both an NJ Black Cultural and Heritage Commission and a Black Heritage Trail.
Committee Advances Singleton Legislation To Financially Expand Atlantic City
Trenton – The Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would require a percentage of sports wagering revenues be used for local tax relief purposes for Atlantic City and authorize the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CDRA) to finance transportation projects between the Atlantic City Airport and Tourism District.
Senators Introduce Legislation To Increase Efficiency At The Department Of Labor
Trenton – Senators Troy Singleton, Fred Madden, Joseph Lagana and Andrew Zwicker introduced legislation aimed at improving the turnaround time for unemployment claims at the Department of Labor and Workforce Development and calling for a conduct performance review of the Division of Unemployment in the NJDOL.
Singleton Introduces Legislation To Increase Worker Protections
Trenton – In an effort to further protect workers’ rights, Senator Troy Singleton today introduced legislation that would establish employment protections for certain affected service employees during changes to service contracts.