If any sheet-metal workers, ironworkers or teamsters out there were considering giving money to a Phil Murphy Super PAC they should definitely not because it was established to push “Governor Murphy’s Agenda” and “can and undoubtedly will be used” to hurt the feelings of Senate President Steve Sweeney, etc., according to a letter from our current favorite CRDA board member William Mullen. (h/t to the Playbook)
“All we do is Build,” they say. When they’re not f*&#$-ing around in Trenton I guess.
Elsewhere in my god are we in high school, the NJEA said it would review member conduct after Project Veritas (last seen trying to set up The Washington Post by selling it fake Roy Moore accusers) entrapped union officials into “discussing how they use questionable means to defend teachers accused of wrongdoing” (NJ 101.5’s words).
Meanwhile back on planet earth, “New Jersey’s public school system continues to be among the most segregated in the nation.” That’s from this story in the valuable NJ Spotlight, which includes one of their trademark interactive maps.
Elsewhere across South Jersey, a cyclist was struck and killed by a box truck in Burlington. Holy Cross, the high school in Delran, is going to stay open under a slightly different name and the jeep people (some of them) are getting together with the Waterford Township Environmental Committee to help clean up the Wharton State Forest tomorrow.
For more news from across the region, see below:
Voter registration at Atlantic City school coincides with state effort–ATLANTIC CITY — During a break in Atlantic City High School seniors’ day on Tuesday, many took the next simple step in civic engagement: They registered to vote. www.pressofatlanticcity.com
Offshore wind giant Orsted opens Atlantic City headquarters–ATLANTIC CITY — Workers were installing new signage on windows and awnings at the New Jersey headquarters of offshore wind energy giant Orsted on Thursday morning, as company representative Nicole Brogan-Dumas supervised. www.pressofatlanticcity.com
Margate family honors son by recognizing Stockton writing tutor–GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Thomas Kluxen never got the chance to meet the late Paul Staller, but Staller’s mother, Billie, said she could feel her son’s spirit in Kluxon. He even looks a little like him, she said. downbeachpilot.com
Longport Beach Patrol readies for summer–It won't be long before the lazy days of summer are upon us. So residents and visitors can enjoy the sandy beaches and be assured someone is looking out for their safety while frolicking in the ocean, members of the Longport Beach Patrol are already on the job. downbeachpilot.com
OPPONENTS OF BILL URGE GOVERNOR TO VETO OR REVISE NUCLEAR SUBSIDY MEASURE–In a last-ditch effort, a diverse group of business, labor, consumer advocates, policy wonks, and environmentalists are calling on Gov. Phil Murphy to veto or make substantive changes in a bill that would have ratepayers subsidize nuclear power. www.njspotlight.com