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BILL TO EASE TITLE TRANSFER OF VESSEL MOVES FORWARD

Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Nelson T. Albano and Matthew Milam that would make transferring the title of an abandoned vessel simpler by requiring the title transfer application be made to the state Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) was recently approved by an Assembly panel. The bill removes the requirement that a …

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TOLL REVENUE OFF PROJECTIONS THUS FAR

News came out this week that toll revenue projections are above what has actually been taken in. State officials say that their numbers are off $47.1 million through the end of Oct. versus projections. The economy and high gas prices are cited as the main reasons from the drop in …

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CHRISTIE ATTENDING A GOVERNOR’S CONFERENCE

A national conference of governors is taking place in Orlando this week and Gov. Chris Christie is in attendance. Christie is at the annual Republican Governors Association conference, which takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno will be in charge of the state until Christie returns later …

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CHRISTIE CRITICAL OF OBAMA OR SUPERCOMMITTEE FAILURE

The inability to cut over $1 trillion to reduces the United States debt level is a failure of President Barack Obama, according to Gov. Chris Christie. Christie was critical of the President saying that Obama should have been more proactive in making the committee come up with an answer. The …

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PARADE AND FAMILY CELEBRATION IN WILDWOODS THIS WEEKEND

Kick-off the 2011 holiday season in the Wildwoods with festive events for the entire family on Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3. The Wildwoods Family Holiday Celebration starts with the Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade on Friday, December 2 at 7 p.m. The parade steps off from 15th Avenue …

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LOCKWOOD SET TO APPEAR ON “IN DEPTH”

The man who could be the next mayor in Middle Township is set to appear on Coastal Broadcasting’s weekly news show. Committeeman Dan Lockwood is scheduled to come on “In Depth with Denis Brown” on Fun 106.7 this Sunday. Lockwood will be in studio for the 10 a.m. hour to …

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THORNTON: COUNTY NEEDS OPEN CAUCUS MEETINGS

Freeholder meetings in Cape May County will likely get longer after the beginning of the year. Cape May County Freeholder Gerald Thornton told Coastal Broadcasting that he plans on getting permission from the board to hold an open caucus and work session meeting prior to the regular bi-weekly meetings to …

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ALBANO PLANS TO INTRODUCE JOBS CREATION BILL

Legislation is being crafted by Assemblyman Nelson Albano to try and bring more jobs to the state. Albano spoke about the bill to “In Depth with Denis Brown” on Fun 106.7 this past Sunday. The assemblyman said that tax incentives would be provided to companies that move to the state, …

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STATE PREPARED TO SPEND MILLIONS FOR “IRENE” DAMAGE

The state of New Jersey is ready to spend $100 million dollars to repair damage caused by August’s Hurricane Irene.  A new “Emergency Transportation and Water Infrastructure Recovery Bond Act” would provide $50 million for counties, and $50 for individual towns.  The bill was released by the Assembly’s Environment and …

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NJ DEMS WANT TO RESTORE STATE FUNDING

Democratic lawmakers in New Jersey are ready to restore millions of dollars in state aid to cities that need it the most.  The democrats have introduced a new law that would restore millions of dollars to the poorest cities.  Governor Chris Christie cut that aid about six months ago.  Christie …

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