Thursday Jul 10
Boost in loans for development a good sign for North Jersey economy
Lou Tolerico, a local developer, has a number of projects in the works and recently bought the old A.T. Tile store on Route 46 in Little Ferry with financing from Bank of New Jersey.
Despite e-file system, dozens of Passaic Valley officials lagging on financial disclosure paperwork
The state Division of Local Government Services has implemented a new process for the filing of financial disclosure statements and this year extended the deadline to file the forms, which detail income sources and properties owned by local officials.
The Jersey Journal
Report urges NJ must do more to promote 'promise of electric vehicles'
By 2025, the number of electric cars in the Garden State could cut half a million tons of carbon pollution annually, the equivalent of taking 100,000 gasoline-fueled cars and trucks off the roads.
New Jersey Herald
Departing Hamburg cop takes big pay cut
For a second time in two years, a senior Hamburg police officer is departing for Maywood, accepting a lower rank and steep pay cut.
The Advertiser News (South)
Hamburg police sergeant resigns
Hamburg Police Department Sergeant Chris Nichols was sworn into the Maywood Borough Police Department on Tuesday night and followed with a letter of resignation to Hamburg on Wednesday morning.