92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: December 14
Apparently, some drivers in Plumsted think that stopping for school buses with flashing red lights is someone else's problem. A flood of complaints prompt police to start traveling with the buses and handing out tickets to violators. Routes are chosen at random.
A grassroots group in Congressman Tom MacArthur's third district challenges the Republican to release his tax records before the Republican-driven tax reform bill goes to a vote. They suspect that the only New Jersey Representative supporting the measure stands to reap a windfall. MacArthur has said that critics of the measure either don't, or won't, take time to read it.
Almost 600 new apartments, shops and restaurants will rise in downtown Long Branch. A developer is investing $175,000,000 in the lower Broadway area. City officials are borrowing $5,000,000 for road and parking improvements.
A driver from Little Egg Harbor, in an crash in Pleasantville Wednesday night is cited for a bunch of traffic violations. Police said that Phllip Ettel's car hit one driven by Anaya Coles as she negotiated a left turn. Coles and two passengers in her car sustained injuries.