Assemblyman Dave Wolfe is proposing legislation that will allow municipalities in the Garden State to put video cameras on school buses. The idea is to catch images of license plates of those driving around stopped school buses dropping off or picking up kids. Along with a ticket to be sent presumably in the mail Wolfe wants the fine for such ticket to increase from $100 to as much as $500. Assemblyman Wolfe says, "It's a 5 year pilot program and it's not a money maker, it's a safety maker." Well if it's not a money maker, why does he want to quintuple the fine?
As the massive rebuilding efforts began post-Sandy, many in New Jersey felt it would only be right for shore towns to stop charging them to walk on their beaches when it was our tax money that went towards the restoration. Summer is almost here. The unofficial start being Memorial Day Weekend, we're only days away. Interesting to learn that not only did the towns charging beach fees keep it that way, some are increasing those fees.
It's very trendy these days to compare the use of a hand held cell phone while driving to being drunk behind the wheel. A flawed study or two and everyone seems to grab it and run with it like a football after the whistle has blown.
What transpired here is quite scary. An ongoing dispute between two neighbors in Mullica Township turned ugly when Julio Torres, 32, backed out of his driveway and ran over his neighbor after an argument.
Legislation that expands the list of crimes that could have the government taking your car in New Jersey just got approved by committee. Senator Donald Norcross' idea gives police more authority in seizing your property if your car was used in either buying or selling drugs, or prostitution transactions, or where an illegal weapon was found.
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