AC Cuts, A Nuclear Mistake, Try a Tiny Home – Wednesday’s Roundup

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AC Cuts
Yesterday Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez ruled that the state of New Jersey can cut salaries, change overtime and health coverage and limit terminal leave payouts for Atlantic City police, but he stopped short of allowing the state to proceed with job cuts. As with his previous – similar – decision in the case between the fire department and the state, Mendez found that job cuts before a full hearing would cause “irreparable harm”. Read all the details via Lynda Cohen at BreakingAC.

Railroad tracks in Atlantic County via @bilitis25 on Instagram.

A Nuclear Mistake
Ooops. An alert set out last night that there was an incident at a Salem County nuclear plant was a mistake, officials said. Details on what happened (nothing nuclear, just a warning drill problem) here on

Try a Tiny Home
Have you ever wondered what the tiny home trend is all about? Maybe you’ve thought it might be fun to try it for a while… Now there’s a campground in Atlantic County where you can get that chance. We took a look.

In the rest of the news from yesterday and this morning, South Jersey got a whole lot of rain on Monday, with several towns in Cumberland, Gloucester and Atlantic Counties breaking records for one-day rainfall, read how governor candidates propose tackling the state’s fiscal crisis, and most New Jersey lawmakers are against Trump’s plan to raise flood insurance costs. All that and more below:



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