Hackesanck NJ, Bergen Democrats have jumped the shark in their latest press release . In an effort to hide Murphy Administration hiring practices faux paus , the Bergen Democrats have assailed Bergen GOP of being , you guessed it ,” racists ,bigoted , homophobe.”
There are no apologizes, from Murphy Administration officials for the latest round of anti Semitic comments from Murphy appointees or attempts to silence women over rape allegations .
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Former Abner Herrman & Brock Asset Management Vice Chairman Kevin E. Strauss joins Advisors Capital Management bringing municipal bond expertise.
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Ridgewood, NJ, Advisors Capital Management (ACM) is pleased to announce that Kevin E. Strauss has joined the firm as a partner and member of the firm’s investment committee. Mr. Strauss will co-manage ACM’s Balanced and Fixed Income portfolios, bringing his expertise of the municipal bond market to our clients and partners. As Managing Director, Mr. Strauss will work to grow ACM’s institutional and advisory platforms.
NJ driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants. Democrat Governor Phil Murphy, is a staunch supporter of the idea, so staunch that the Governor used September 11th to promote this idea,The unapologetic liberal governor wants a stalled bill legalizing licenses for potentially 460,000 undocumented immigrants on his desk for his signature as soon as possible. “It’s a no-brainer,” Murphy told a crowd inside Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield recently , “I’m frustrated that it’s not on my desk. I encourage you to call your Assembly person, your senator, and ask him why it is stuck and not on the governor’s desk, because I will sign it.”
Westwood NJ, Assemblymembers Holly Schepisi and Bob Auth released the following statement in response to yesterday’s desperate and slanderous attacks by their opponents:
“The silent hypocrisy of John Birkner and Gerry Falotico is an embarrassment to the people they seek to represent. Throughout the course of this campaign, they have willfully and deliberately refused to condemn hate speech, anti-semitism, and criminal conduct perpetrated by members of their party and supporters of their campaign. It’s pathetic and unbecoming of someone seeking to represent District 39 in Trenton.
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Hackensack NJ , A Bergen County Sheriff’s officer was arrested on charges of bring contraband and “implements for escape” into the Bergen County Jail, the county prosecutor’s office said.
According to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office , the Bergen sheriff’s office received complaints on September 9 about corrections officer Jessica Stec’s behavior in the county jail. An investigation by the prosecutor’s office revealed evidence that Stec had “obstructed a governmental function and provided contraband to an inmate.”
Officer Stec has been suspended from duty and issued a summons charging her with one count obstructing administration of law or other governmental function; a disorderly persons offense; and one count of implements of escape or other contraband. She will appear for processing in Hackensack on October 10.
Lodi NJ, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella announces the following information:
At approximately 12:04 a.m. on Thursday, September 12, 2019, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office received information that a male individual was shot in the back in front of 201 Burns Avenue in the Borough of Lodi. The victim, later identified as a 19-year-old Lodi resident, was transported to Hackensack University Medical Center where he remains in critical but stable condition.
The shooting is under investigation, which is being conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the Lodi Police Department under the direction of Chief Donald Scorzetti. Prosecutor Musella would like to thank the Lodi Police Department for its assistance in this investigation.
Trenton NJ, The vice-chair of the Legislative Select Oversight Committee to investigate the Murphy Administration’s hiring practices, Senator Kristin Corrado is calling for the panel to reconvene in light of questions surrounding the employment of a now-fired staff member of the governor.
“The committee left some glaring unfinished business,” Corrado said. “Summer is over. We need to get back to Trenton, sort out the mess and hold the administration accountable for what has become a long and growing list of hiring scandals.”
Trenton NJ, The state’s goal to move to 100% clean energy by 2050 will be put at risk if the state’s final Energy Master Plan (EMP) relies exclusively on intermittent power sources such as wind and solar energy, NJBIA testified Thursday.
NJBIA Vice President Ray Cantor said solar and wind energy need to be supported by clean natural gas and nuclear power in order to ensure that New Jersey homes and businesses have energy that is affordable, abundant and reliable.