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The 15 best busted blizzard of 2015 memes (NJ.com) More than two feet of snow had been expected to bury New Jersey but when residents woke up this morning there was not nearly that much on the ground. The blizzard bust prompted meteorologists to apologize and left residents wondering how the forecast could be so off.
Your comments: Should N.J. increase gas tax to fund transportation projects? (NJ.com) Assemblyman John Wisniewski told the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition yesterday that the state needs to find a new revenue source to make up for its depleted Transportation Trust Fund — funds Wisniewski hopes to find with an increase to the gasoline tax.
Jersey City trucking company faces $63K in fines; 'electrical nightmare' cited (NJ.com) JERSEY CITY - Xpedited Services LLC, a Jersey City-based trucking company, has been fined the United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) after an August 2014 investigation revealed an "electrical nightmare and other workplace hazards" in the company's Duncan Avenue facility.
Study: Morris sheriff needs more officers, fewer administrators (NJ.com) MORRIS COUNTY — A consultant's report has concluded that the Morris County Sheriff's Office needs four more sworn officers at the Superior Courthouse in Morristown, but should eliminate two administrative positions, including the job of chief of staff.
Thieves use truck to smash glass at Newark businesses, make off with ATMs (NJ.com) NEWARK — Thieves used a pickup truck to break into two city businesses and make off with ATM machines early this morning, according to police. Newark police spokesman Sgt. Ronald Glover said the first incident occurred at around 4:45 a.m. at Jersey Fried Chicken at 289 Elizabeth Avenue.