Looking to restore some transparency, the New Jersey Assembly has passed a bill mandating the state post a complete summary of property tax data online every year.Read more
The state Assembly voted Monday to make information on property taxes more plentiful and accessible to homeowners.Read more
TRENTON – Lawmakers want to force Gov. Chris Christie's administration to share information about property taxes even when the information is unflattering.Read more
Legislation sponsored by Sen. Donald Norcross, D-Camden, that would ensure public work is done by qualified contractors cleared the full Senate Monday. The bill requires that any contractor or subcontractor who contracts for public work must demonstrate that it is a responsible bidder.Read more
I kicked off my Business Spotlight Tour today with a visit to Moorestown High School to meet with the folks from Nutri-Serve Food Management.
Nutri-Serve currently serves 85 school districts, including 27 in Burlington County.
Click here to see the tour.
BORDENTOWN CITY — Twenty-some years ago, Patti DeSantis started collecting postcards. Through the years, her collection grew as she combed eBay, flea markets and auctions for vintage postcards — each providing its own window and glimpse into local history.Read more
MOUNT HOLLY — Burlington County Board of Freeholders on Wednesday reappointed one member of the Bridge Commission and two members of the board that governs the Burlington County Special Services School District and Burlington County Institute of Technology.Read more
Public Service Electric and Gas announced Wednesday that it has started constructing a solar farm on the Parklands Landfill.
The project, a 10.14-megawatt-dc solar farm and part of PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program, will transform 40 acres of landfill space into a clean energy producing solar farm.Read more
A bill passed by an Assembly committee Monday would bar convicted animal abusers from owning a pet or working in a pet-related business in New Jersey.The measure is being called “Moose’s Law” to memorialize the chocolate labrador from Delran that died in a hot car in July of 2012 after being kidnapped by a woman who worked with animals for a living.
TRENTON — A bill inspired by the death of a Delran family’s dog again is moving through the New Jersey Legislature after Gov. Chris Christie declined to sign it at the end of the last legislative session.
The bill, known as Moose’s Law, after the family’s late Labrador retriever, was advanced by a 4-1 vote Monday afternoon by the Assembly’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. It seeks to give judges the discretion to bar people convicted of animal cruelty in any state from obtaining or owning a pet, or from working or volunteering in jobs that require direct interaction with animals, including veterinarian offices, dog training centers, rescue groups, kennels or groomers.Read more