Last month, Governor Chris Christie’s Administration announced the suspension of the Red Light Running Automated Enforcement Program (RLR) until most of the towns in the pilot program can certify that the timing on the yellow light signal conforms to the prescribed statute.
In a memo sent to budget committee members in the State senate and General assembly yesterday, David Rosen, the legislative budget and finance officer with the non-partisan Office of Legislative (OLS) services writes, “Assuming that the transfers and accruals follow the pattern of recent years and assuming the remaining cash collections match recent months, FY 2012 revenue collections are likely to fall $150-200 million below the FY 2012 targets announced by Treasury in May.”
There’s no denying Governor Chris Christie has a blunt, in-your-face style that many people find refreshing, but others find rude and bully-like. Christie often says you will always know where he stands.
This morning Governor Chris Christie was the featured speaker at the Brookings Institute in Washington, D.C. The themes were jobs, the economy, bi-partisanship and taxes. Christie told the national audience what he’s been telling Jerseyans since he signed the budget; he’s not thrilled that it doesn’t include a guaranteed tax cut and he’s ready to battle Democrats all summer long.
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