Tag: construction

In nod to political allies, Murphy closes down most private construction but lets public projects continue

TRENTON, N.J. – All non-essential construction needs to pause effective Good Friday at 8:00 p.m., Save Jerseyans. That’s the latest executive order announced by Governor Phil Murphy at his Wednesday daily COVID-19 press briefing. The “non-essential” list says everything about Read More

HERE WE GO AGAIN: Trenton Democrat pitches work zone speed cameras

Red light cameras died a well-deserved death back in 2014, Save Jerseyans, pleasing New Jersey motorists but enraging the politicians (and corporations) who loved the hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue fetched by the program. It was government sanctioned Read More

NJ Ranks Near The Bottom For Free Enterprise In The Construction Industry

New Jersey is a poor place for construction contractors to do business, according to state rankings released recently by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). “Building America: The Merit Shop Scorecard” reviews and ranks state-specific information significant to the success of Read More

It’s Not The Tax; It’s The Cost Of Construction That’s the Problem!

Legislature should examine cost of infrastructure improvements, including prevailing wage, before raising taxes If you had a set income, and only so much in savings, and you decided you had a need to make some improvements to your home, what Read More

Teens Can Join Sandy Effort

Christie Order Allows Teenagers To Volunteer In Rebuilding Efforts By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Teenagers are allowed to perform construction work as volunteers for non-profit organizations assisting New Jersey residents in rebuilding from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy thanks to an Executive Order signed by Read More