LD10 Democrats Host Virtual Panel on Healing and Recovery

LD10 Democrats Host Virtual Panel on Healing and Recovery / Insider NJ / 8/2/2021 On Tuesday evening, July 27th, at 7:00 PM, the Democratic team of Mammano, Kono and Quilter for Legislative District 10 hosted a virtual panel discussion on Healing and Recovery in the Post-Pandemic World. One of the candidates’ platform issues is to Read More »

Pallone, Watson Coleman, Kim Applaud House Passage of Appropriations Bill that Provides Relief for Families Still Recovering from Sandy

Pallone, Watson Coleman, Kim Applaud House Passage of Appropriations Bill that Provides Relief for Families Still Recovering from Sandy / Office of Congressman Frank Pallone / 7/29/2021 Washington, DC – Representatives Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06), Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12), and Andy Kim (NJ-03) today applauded House passage of an appropriations bill that provides relief for Read More »

Groups lobby state for American Rescue Plan billions

Groups lobby state for American Rescue Plan billions / Press of AC / 7/28/2021 Michele Brunetti Post In the second of the Murphy administration’s two online hearings about how the state should spend its $6.2 billion American Rescue Plan grant, representatives of teachers, essential workers, business owners, undocumented workers and more asked for millions for Read More »

Offshore Wind Allotments Prompt Strong Reaction From Proponents, Opponents

Offshore Wind Allotments Prompt Strong Reaction From Proponents, Opponents/ The Sandpaper / 7/8/21 The LBI Coalition of Wind Without Impact is pursing all avenues to stop the proposed Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind planned off the coast of Long Beach Island after the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities announced it had awarded the project 1,510 Read More »

Foundation Talk on Wind Farms Boosts Economic Benefits

Foundation Talk on Wind Farms Boosts Economic Benefits / The Sandpiper / 5/10/21 An hour-long online “Wind Power Talk” hosted by the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences on April 24 and moderated by Science Committee Chair Rick Bushnell was too short to answer all the questions by the 70-plus participants who Read More »