Congressman Chris Smith toured storm damage sites in Wall Township and Howell Township yesterday afternoon to prepare his appeal to the Trump Administration for federal assistance in the recovery, if Governor Phil Murphy asks the President for FEMA’s assistance, as expected.
Smith said his letter to President Trump is already written and that he is prepared to work for federal reimbursement as soon as Governor Murphy makes the request. The knowledge he gained on yesterday’s tour will help him make his case to Trump Administration officials and FEMA when he meets with them to appeal for federal funds.
Congressman Chris Smith, GE Solar Executive CEO Erik Schiemann, Plant Manager Cyndi Bray-McDaniel and Ingersoll-Rand Chairman-CEO Michael Lamach
Congressman Chris Smith was in Hamilton on Tuesday to celebrate the installation of a new 1.9 million, 5000 panel, solar power array at Ingersoll-Rand’s Trane Residential HVAC manufacturing facility.
The plant, which has been operational since the 1940’s ,employs almost 1200 people in two shifts. The new solar array will provide 15% of the facility’s electricity and is part of the company’s commitment to reduce their global greenhouse gas emissions by 35% by 2020.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo succinctly expressed his party’s view of our nation yesterday during a bill signing in NYC.
America was never that great, it isn’t great now and if they can help it, will never be great again is the message the Democrat Party elite and the comrades in the media have been trying to sell to the public since January 20, 2009 and especially so since November 8, 2016. Read the rest of this entry »
In New Jersey we have regularly scheduled “Special Elections” and as of today we have September Special Elections that are held in October. It’s all very confusing, by design by the evil geniuses in Trenton, who want to suppress voter participation and still call what happens here “democratic.”
Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon announced today that date of the September Special School Board elections originally scheduled for September 25 has been changed to October 2.
The New Jersey State Department of Education made the change due to the fact that the second day of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday, falls on September 25. Read the rest of this entry »
The former Kenilworth schools superintendent on trial in Holmdel Municipal Court for serial pooping on the Township’s high school track will collect $100,000 from taxpayers of Kenilworth, according to multiple published reports.
Under the terms of his separation agreement with the Kenilworth Board of Education, Thomas Tramaglini, 42, will receive his full pay from the until his resignation becomes effective at the end of September. He will receive two months severance pay and $20,000 for unused vacation days. The school district will not oppose his application for unemployment benefits.
Aaron Davis, the Long Branch man charged with leaving River, a pit bull mix, caged on the banks of the Shrewsbury River in Highlands last month, will remain in the custody of the Monmouth County Correctional Institution pending his trail, according to a social media post by the Prosecutor’s Office.
Superior Court Judge James J. McGann ruled this afternoon that Davis, who surrendered to authorities on August 7, remain in custody. Read the rest of this entry »
When Josh Welle, the Democrat trying to unseat Congressman Chris Smith in New Jersey’s 4th district, was competing with former Asbury Park councilman Jim Keady for the Democrats’ organizational support (and favorable ballot position in the primary election) he proclaimed his deep, strong, progressive convictions–and bemoaned that the 4th is not a progressive district.
Steny Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi during President Trump’s first State of the Nation address. photo via Zimbio
Congressman Steny Hoyer, the #2 Democrat in the House of Representatives behind Nancy Pelosi, will be in New York City on Thursday to raise campaign cash for Josh Welle, the Democrat running against Congressman Chris Smith in the 4th congressional district of New Jersey, according to an invitation to the fundraiser obtained by MMM.
Hoyer entered the House in 1981, the same year as Smith.
The East End Ave Bridge which connects Neptune City with the Shark River Hills section of Neptune Township will be closed next Weds., August 15 from 7 a.m. till 5 p.m. while faulty pavement is repaired.
The bridge was closed for 8 months, October 2017 through May of this year, for a $3.5 million refurbishment project.