No Needle-Exchange at Old Wawa
There’s absolutely no truth to the rumor that a needle-exchange is coming to the old Dorset Avenue Wawa in Ventnor. File that along with the thing about Lucy the Elephant migrating to AC under: Rumors I First Heard When They Were Being Debunked. I’m badly informed!
Cool, Clear Nuclear!
The Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, the oldest nuclear plant in our nation, is closing today, so it’s a fine time to report that the Board of Public Utilities is having big public hearings next month on the extent to which the state should be giving subsidies to the nuclear power industry.
PSE&G’s reportedly “looking forward” (someone’s words) to these hearings as it seeks $200 million in subsidies. Is that $200 million in addition to the $300 million per year they got a few months ago? I have no idea.
More Holtec Fallout
Elsewhere in capitalism, the CEO of Holtec ($260 million to relocate) faced protests after his remarks on how it’s hard to find the help these days, and I’d sort of missed the part where Holtec owns Oyster Creek (being shut down currently). Read our friend and colleague Matt Skoufalos’ take on the Camden labor market and workforce development efforts that are now getting a new push. It’s the Circle of Life!
For more feats of journalism from across your region, do see below:
INTERACTIVE MAP: NJ’S ELECTION SPENDING, WHERE’S THE CASH COMING FROM?–The money being raised by New Jersey candidates for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives this year is already breaking records, due to the unusually large number of competitive contests, and the Senate race is also going to be more costly than any since 2000. www.njspotlight.com
‘JUNE BUG JADA’, ST. JOSEPH DEFENSE PUT ON A SHOW IN 30-8 WIN OVER RIVAL ST. AUGUSTINE PREP–RICHLAND — If you had the means to build a great high school football team, you’d probably start with a dynamic running back and have him run behind a massive offensive line, which happens to have a mean streak in the run blocking game. glorydaysonline.com
Star N.J. boxer was going to fight again, until an alleged murderer cut his comeback short–Qa'id Muhammad was an undefeated professional fighter, ready to take on a new opponent after six-years outside of the ring.
But an alleged killer with unclear motives who shot the 29-year-old Atlantic City boxer and dumped his body in the Nevada desert cut his comeback story short last week. www.nj.com
Margate pulls boutique hotel overlay ordinance from meeting agenda–The Board of Commissions has pulled from its Sept. 20 meeting agenda a public hearing on ordinance that would, in part, create a boutique hotel overlay zone between the beach and Atlantic Avenue from Monroe to Cedar Grove Avenue. www.downbeach.com