CHRISTIE'S OFFICE ANNOUNCES SUPPORT OF LOCAL MAYORS FOR PROPERTY CAP PLAN

The Governor’s office announced the support of 35 mayors from Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties for Governor Chris Christie’s Cap 2.5 constitutional amendment and Reform Agenda to bring real property tax relief to New Jersey families. Legislative committee approval for the Cap 2.5 constitutional amendment is needed before the first week…

VOLL WON'T RUN FOR TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE

Former Middle Township mayor Mike Voll will not run for elected office in his community this year.  Voll told Coastal Broadcasting that he had flirted with a plan to run for a township committee seat currently held by democrat Susan DeLanzo, who serves as mayor of the community. Voll said he likes DeLanzo and believes…

VOLL WON’T RUN FOR TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE

Former Middle Township mayor Mike Voll will not run for elected office in his community this year.  Voll told Coastal Broadcasting that he had flirted with a plan to run for a township committee seat currently held by democrat Susan DeLanzo, who serves as mayor of the community. Voll said he likes DeLanzo and believes…

GOVERNOR: SCHUNDLER CAVED IN TO NJEA

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie further explained his reasons for rejecting a deal that his state education commission cut with a powerful teachers’ union.  Christie says the compromise agreement worked out by Bret Schundler with the union was no good because the state would have ‘caved in’ to the union.  Christie has been publicly critical…