Tag: clean up

Smith Secures Clean Up Help

Congressman Chris Smith: FEMA OK’s 90% Reimbursements For Towns Hit By Superstorm Sandy By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com FEMA will be reimbursing New Jersey towns impacted by Superstorm Sandy 90% of their cleanup and rebuilding costs, Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ4) announced on Tuesday Read More

Blame Those Who Deserve It

Post-Federalism America is a Weaker Place to Live; Ask the Jersey Shore’s Sandy Victims By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’ve never been a big self-help guru fan, Save Jerseyans, but I’ve always loved this Tony Robbins truism: “Successful people ask Read More

Buono’s Epic Ashbritt Setback

AshBritt CEO Deflates Buono’s Hopes Of Making Clean Up A Campaign Issue By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Trenton Democrats’ continuing quest to turn Governor Christie’s strongest issue against him suffered a set back yesterday when AshBritt CEO Randall Perkins won over Democratic members Read More

Jersey Shore GOP Cries Foul

Seven Jersey Shore Legislators Say Democrat Ashbritt Hearing “Tainted the Shore’s Recovery with Politics” By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog “Blue” Jersey is predominantly red at the Jersey Shore, Save Jerseyans, and the mostly-Republican legislative delegations representing those counties were less than pleased Read More

Kyrillos: Ashbritt Hearing “Disgraceful”

Accuses Trenton Democrats of Trying to “Politicize a Natural Disaster” By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Today’s joint legislative hearing on the Superstorm Sandy Ashbritt contract didn’t really accomplish much in terms of providing new information, Save Jerseyans, other than to Read More

Sandy Clean Up Doesn’t Have to Mean Higher Property Taxes

Governor Chris Christie and other Trenton politicians are talking about post-Hurricane Sandy tax hikes as if they’re a foregone conclusion, Save Jerseyans. They may be. Trenton’s appetite for your money is voracious and needs few excuses. But that doesn’t mean Read More

Christie Launches New Jersey Volunteer Emergency Response Hotline

From Governor Christie’s office: New Jersey residents can help their neighbors recover from storm damage Hurricane Sandy may cause by volunteering in their communities. Depending on the severity of the approaching storm, volunteers may be needed to help with a Read More