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Trenton – In an effort to ensure New Jersey schools are meeting the state’s environmental goals, the Senate Education Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Bob Smith that would require school districts to include an environmental sustainability plan in their long-range facilities plan.
“There are currently close to 600 school districts in New Jersey, and while they all vary in size, their facilities consume large amounts of carbon energy to keep them running,” said Senator Smith (D-Middlesex/Somerset). “With the climate change crisis resulting in drastic, observable changes in the environment, it is imperative that we meet our state goals to reduce the production and consumption of greenhouse gasses through expanding our use of clean energy. By requiring our school districts to look into means to become more sustainable, we can set a precedent for the rest of New Jersey to also find ways to be more environmentally friendly. We only get one Earth, and we must find real solutions to reverse some of the damage done by climate change before it is too late.”
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The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has launched SkillUp New Jersey to help recently laid-off residents prepare to get back to work. SkillUp New Jersey can help workers planning to return to a former employer and also people looking to change jobs. The program offers free and unlimited access to more than 5,000 high-quality online training courses valued by many Fortune 500 companies. View a 1-minute video overview of the SkillUp New Jersey program.
The SkillUp New Jersey Program can help you acquire new skills, enhance existing skills, explore new career paths, or prepare for certification training through a web-based learning management system. The free platform offers thousands of courses covering a variety of business skills, career topics, and helps to prepare you for industry certifications.
Hasta las 17.00hs el martes 09 marzo 2021 se están ofreciendo a los negocios pequeños la oportunidad exclusiva para solicitar préstamos PPP (Payroll Protection Program). Estos son préstamos respaldados por el gobierno federal estadounidense para brindar alguna amortiguación económica contra los impactos del COVID-19. Para muchas compañías los préstamos terminan siendo completamente perdonables. Cuando se vence éste plazo exclusivo la oportunidad se abrirá a los demás negocios de cualquier tamaño.
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HACKENSACK – By order of Gov. Phil Murphy’s, the November general election will be carried out by mail-in ballot only, and each New Jersey county must have secure ballot drop boxes. The Bergen County Board of Elections will have 18 drop boxes located throughout the county and your vote-by-mail ballots can be deposited in them.
The drop boxes will be outside the following locations:
- Bergenfield 198 North Washington Ave (Borough Hall in Rear)
- Demarest 118 Serpentine Road (Borough Hall)
- Englewood 2-10 North Van Brunt Street (City Hall)
- Fair Lawn 8-01 Fair Lawn Avenue (behind Borough Hall)
- Fort Lee 1355 Inwood Terrace/Anderson Avenue Circular Drive (Fort Lee Community Center)
- Hackensack One Bergen County Plaza (County Administration Building)
- Hasbrouck Heights 320 Boulevard (behind Borough Hall)
- Hillsdale 380 Hillsdale Avenue (Borough Hall parking lot)
- North Arlington 214 Ridge Road (Borough Hall)
- Oakland One Municipal Plaza (Borough Hall, across from Library)
- Old Tappan 227 Old Tappan Road (Borough Hall)
- Paramus 1 Jockish Square (Borough Hall, outside main entrance)
- Ramsey 30 Wyckoff Avenue (Rear of Library)
- Ridgefield 725 Slocum Avenue (Ridgefield Community Center)
- Ridgewood 131 North Maple Avenue (Village Hall)
- Rutherford 176 Park Avenue (Borough Hall)
- Teaneck 818 Teaneck Road (Municipal Building, North Entrance)
- Wyckoff 340 Franklin Avenue (Municipal Building)
Drop boxes provide a secure and speedy alternative to sending vote-by-mail ballots through the USPS, which has been experiencing delivery delays. The drop boxes were paid for by the State of New Jersey.
NJ now allows online voter registration and information changes. Register by 13 Oct 2020.
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Patch published a detailed synopsis of how New Jersey’s first vote-by-mail elections are going to work. 2020 is the first year that mail-in ballot voting will be taking place statewide.
Vote by Mail ballots can be returned by the USPS, placed in ballot boxes Gov. Murphy is situating around the state, turned in at polling locations and at county offices.
You can also cast your vote by visiting a polling location, but the ballot will be provisional since the staff will not be able to tell whether you have already sent in your mail-in ballot.
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