CHRISTIE NOT RULING OUT VICE-PRESIDENT BID

Gov. Chris Christie isn’t running for President, but what about Vice-President. Christie said in a national radio interview on Monday that he would be willing to listen to an offer should one present itself. The Republican Governor said numerous times he had no interest in running for the state’s highest office. But Christie recently came…

ROOF WORK BEGINS AT CREST RECREATION PIER

Work has commenced on the roof rehabilitation project at the Wildwood Crest Pier Recreation Center, the Borough of Wildwood Crest has announced. This extensive rehabilitation project, which began Oct. 12, is being performed by Dell-Tech, Inc., of Trenton, under the supervision of Van Note-Harvey Associates, the borough’s engineering firm. The project includes replacement of all…

TOURISM EXPERT SPEAKS IN WILDWOOD, OCEAN CITY

International tourism expert and renowned author and CEO of Destination Development Inc., Roger A. Brooks, will conduct a two-day seminar for the county’s businesses and organizations hosted by the Cape May County Department of Tourism. This first-time educational event conducted by Brooks will discuss new, smart and practical solutions for moving beyond feel-good generic marketing…

CHRISTIE ANNOUNCES PAYROLL TAX CUT

Governor Chris Christie announced a $190 million payroll tax cut that will directly benefit working New Jersey families in 2012. Most workers in New Jersey will experience a savings of $87 per year, resulting from changes to the Temporary Disability Insurance fund payroll taxes signed into law by the Governor. The change will put an estimated…

DEADLINE LOOMING TO SUBMIT FEMA APPLICATION

New Jersey residents who sustained damage from Hurricane Irene have only two more weeks to register for assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The deadline is Oct. 31, 2011. The deadline to submit loan applications to the Small Business Administration (SBA) is also Oct. 31. Completing and returning the SBA application is an…