Friday Nov 22
The Jersey Journal
Monmouth County uses AAA credit rating to aid towns' Hurricane Sandy recovery
Monmouth County and the Monmouth County Improvement Authority are using the county's AAA credit rating to lower interest costs for municipalities that borrowed money to fund Hurricane Sandy relief and recovery.
N.J. towns receive $4M to clean up Sandy-damaged waterways
Department of Public Works employees clean up at Sylvan Lake in Avon-by-the-Sea, one of the 14 towns receiving more than $4 million in federal funds to clear waterways after Hurricane Sandy.
Creepy, kooky & altogether...
A grandmother who's in her thirties? Seldom do we ever hear of one. "But," says Amanda Bruton, "when 'The Addams Family' sent out its casting notice for its national tour, it did say that Grandma could be played by anyone from 30 to 50. And while I'm much closer to 30 than 50, I thought I'd give it a try."
New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog
NJ beachfront owners hold out for eminent domain
One year after Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey on October 29, 2013, demands by public officials for the voluntary surrender of property are strident.
Star News Group
After 127 years, church to close
The Rev. Bill Cook, 51, who has been with the church for the past five years, said an aging congregation and decline in membership over the years are two of the main reasons why the church membership decided to shut down and sell the church property, located on Sylvania and 5th avenues.