Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno on Tuesday joined members of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to unveil the OnRamp service for employers, a new internet tool at Jobs4Jersey.com.
Corn and soybean crops have been deteriorating rapidly in the Midwest as the region deals with one of the worst droughts on record. In turn, New Jersey residents can expect short-term and long-term price changes at the grocery store.
The Great Recession ended years ago, but New Jersey towns continue their battles to craft a balanced budget. Still recovering from the worst housing collapse since the Great Depression, mayors and local governing bodies attempt to provide as much as possible for as little as possible. They have been creatively crafting spending plans that must meet the needs of citizens, but also provide a climate for economic recovery. The two-percent property tax cap has made the budget planning process more difficult in some spots.
The constant heat and lack of rain has had folks flocking to Jersey’s coast, but shore merchants haven’t claimed victory yet. Shore visitors may have been digging their toes into the sand, but they haven’t been digging into their pockets
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