The tax dollars New Jersey’s residents send to Trenton are being used to train and educate state employees. Several lawmakers felt the state should produce an annual report on the job readiness of its workforce.
State officials are advising drivers to use caution and patience during Friday's afternoon and evening commute as snow continues to fall in much of New Jersey. No state of emergency has been issued but residents are asked to keep "unnecessary" travel to a minimum.
A bill sponsored by State Senator Jeff Van Drew to reduce the number of vehicles in state government by 10% each fiscal year for five consecutive years stalled yesterday in the Senate Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee.
"As a state worker you're not necessarily entitled to a state car," says Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, who is sponsoring a bill that would have the State Treasurer establish procedures, guidelines, or standards for the replacement of State vehicles.
A recent Star ledger of Newark report reveals that Democratic State senator Nick Sacco is eligible to receive over $330,000 for his unused sick days as an assistant school superintendent in North Jersey. The report has Republicans once again stepping up efforts to eliminate the cash-outs for all new…