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GOVERNOR MURPHY TO UNVEIL HIS FIRST BUDGET ON TUESDAY

Governor Phil Murphy will unveil his first state budget on Tuesday.  Murphy told reporters that there will be a major statement in the budget about the future of New Jersey Transit, which he has referred to as a national disgrace.  If new funding is provided to New Jersey Transit, higher fares are likely coming soon …

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SWEENEY: NO INTEREST IN DECRIMINALIZING MARIJUANA

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney says he is not interested in advancing any bill that would decriminalize marijuana.  Sweeney says any bill to do so will not be advanced, and says it’s basically legalizing something that’s currentl...

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SEA ISLE CITY COUNCIL TO MEET TUESDAY MORNING

The Sea Isle City Council will meet Tuesday morning and is expected to consider a new bond ordinance totaling nearly $3 million for various improvements to the water and sewer utility system in the city.  Council is also expected to award a contract for the resurfacing of a portion of Pleasure Avenue.  Tuesday’s meeting begins …

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SNOW TOTALS LOWERED FOR JERSEY SHORE

Potential snowfall totals have been lowered for the southern half of the Jersey Shore from the latest nor’easter.  Accu Weather is calling for a coating to an inch of snow for Cape May County as the storm brings a larger impact to northern New Jersey.  Snow will mix with rain before the storm departs by …

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WOODBINE TO HOLD GROUNDBREAKING FOR ECOPARK MARCH 20

Woodbine will hold a ground breaking ceremony on March 20th for a new EcoPark that is coming to the community.  The ceremony will take place adjacent to the Woodbine Elementary School; funding for the Park came from the County’s Open Space Progra...

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NOR’EASTER NOT AS BAD, BUT SNOW LIKELY MONDAY NIGHT

The third nor’easter in ten days will visit on Monday, but the impacts are not expected to be as bad for our region.  Accu Weather and the National Weather Service both agree that one to two inches of snow is possible late Monday into Monday night as rain from the storm will change to all …

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