Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday:

⬛ Should NJ raise property taxes? Committee questions schools chief
The New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner gets grilled during the latest Budget Committee hearing

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⬛ NJ to require cops to reveal personal social media posts
New police licensing rules are designed to root out bias and bigotry in the ranks of New Jersey law enforcement.

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⬛ Dulce Alavez still missing as she turns 9
Trying to bring attention to her disappearance friends and family of Dulce Alavez held a 9th birthday party in the park where she was last seen.
⬛ Message received — Wildwoods, Seaside Heights pop-up parties canc
The parties planned for the first two weekends of May were canceled and anyone planning to go told to stay away by organizers.
⬛ Howell residents near chemical dump might have to evacuate
The extent of chemicals left at the former Compounders site in Howell was discovered after a fire in February.

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