(TRENTON) -- Assemblymen Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D. and Troy Singleton (both D-Burlington) on Wednesday welcomed a $113,000 state grant to fund a safe route for children heading to and from school in their legislative district town of Edgewater Park.Read more
Assembly Approves Conaway, Singleton & Riley Measure to Monitor Impact of Dredging Activity on Delaware River Communities
(TRENTON) -- Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Herb Conaway, M.D., Troy Singleton and Celeste Riley that would require the state to monitor the impact Delaware River dredging would have on neighboring communities was approved Monday by the Assembly.Read more
Quijano, Ramos, Singleton, Jimenez & Watson Coleman "Anti-Big Brother Act" One Step Closer to Becoming Law
(TRENTON) -- Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Annette Quijano, Ruben Ramos, Jr., Troy Singleton, Angelica Jimenez and Bonnie Watson Coleman to protect student privacy by increasing awareness of technology that can record and monitor their activities was approved 63-10-2 Monday by the full Assembly.Read more
As a member of the New Jersey General Assembly Budget, Commerce and Economic Development, and Education Committees, my top priorities are reigning in property taxes, creating good paying jobs, and providing an education to every child that will allow them to successfully compete in the global economy. In the coming months our Legislature will take up the difficult task of deciding how we approach rebuilding our shore, strengthening our infrastructure, and better preparing our state to withstand natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy.
The recent super storm known as Hurricane Sandy left an indelible mark upon our state. As we have struggled to regain a sense of normalcy, the resiliency of the Garden State has been on fine display.Read more
Being a father to my three children is the most important job I have ever had. At the same time, there are members of my family who grew up without a dad present; they understand firsthand the holes that fathers leave in their families lives when they are absent.Read more
As we enter into the Fall, I wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with a brief update on the issues that I am currently working on in the Legislature. I hope that you find this information helpful and please don't hesitate to call, email or stop by my district office if you have any questions or need assistance.
(TRENTON) -- Assembly Budget Committee member Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) issued a multimedia package Monday in which he discusses the Assembly Democratic plan for a 20 percent middle-class property tax relief credit and a 25 percent senior citizen property tax relief credit.Read more