The Department of Community Affairs will accept pre-applications online for the State Rental Assistance Program from Monday, March 6th at 10 am through Friday, March 10th at 5 pm. This application is for the waiting list.
Pre-applications will be accepted online at www.WaitlistCheck.com/NJ559.
Full information in English and Spanish is available here: http://www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/dhcr/srap_vouchers.htm
DCA will accept pre-applications to the lottery for the SRAP program State-wide for the following categories:
Elderly: The Head of household is 62 years of age or over.
Family: The Head of household is 18 years of age or an emancipated minor; with or without children.
Disabled: The Head of household or Spouse is permanently disabled.
Dont forget to vote Tuesday, November 8th! #yourvotematters
Paterson, NJ – The 2016 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 with polling hours from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Registered voters from Passaic County who can’t get to the polls on Election Day may vote ahead of time in the Passaic County Clerk’s Offices.
The County Clerk, Kristin M. Corrado, Esq., is offering extended hours at her Satellite Office located at 1237 Ringwood Avenue, Haskell (Wanaque), New Jersey on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Saturday, October 29, 2016 and Saturday, November 5th. The office hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Office hours for in-person early voting at the County Clerk’s Paterson Office, located at 401 Grand Street, Room 130, Paterson, New Jersey are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.with extended hours on Tuesday, October 25th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday, October 29th, Saturday, November 5th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. onMonday, November 7, 2016.
If you need further information, please call the Passaic County Clerk’s Election Division at (973) 881-4127.
National Voter Registration Day is a national effort to get as many people registered to vote as possible. The goal is not to advocate on behalf of a candidate or party, but to make sure that people have access to voting. Celebrate democracy! #CelebrateNVRD
- Stop by the 35th District Legislative District Office
181 Market Street, Paterson NJ 973-925-7061
- Voter Registration at Union Public Library September 27, 2016 • 10:00 AM Union Public Library 1980 Morris Avenue Union, NJ 07083
- Give Voice to Your Community September 27, 2016 • 6:00 PM Plainfield High School 950 Park Avenue Plainfield, NJ 07060 Get Details & RSVP
Register to Vote Online:
Print a Voter Application to Mail In:
As seen on NorthJersey.com – (http://www.northjersey.com/news/paterson-press-letter-assembywoman-condems-school-budget-cuts-1.1652675)
At the beginning of a new school year, excitement should fill the atmosphere. Over the past several years, Paterson Public School students, parents and teachers have mostly felt anxiety as a result of substantial administrative changes. This time these changes impact the safety of staff and students.
These latest rounds of cuts to security, transportation and custodial services announced in August are, truthfully, obscene.
There are many Paterson school buildings that have a demonstrated need for security. The need was amplified last term when a person took refuge in a school building to avoid an attack. Security locked down the school to protect teachers and students. Yet, it’s security that made it on the budget chopping block.
Another overhaul of transportation will leave countless students in the Choice Schools and Academies programs without a bus to deliver them safely to school. The programs were encouraged by the superintendent and state in recent years; however, this year they are cutting transportation for these students. In addition, our facilities are identified as some of the oldest buildings in the state, but custodial services for maintenance were slashed too.
It is unfathomable how these decisions were determined and how they fail to consider the security of our students and faculty. The safety and well-being of our children must remain a priority in administrative decisions. Paterson Public School administration should make a request for emergency funding from the State Department of Education immediately.
State control of Paterson school district has proven ineffective, detrimental and wasteful. It is time for the return of local control which will allow our elected Board of Education commissioners, parents, faculty and students to lean in and create a healthy educational system for all.
Unfortunately, another school year has been branded with chaos before the school doors open.
Tuesday, Sept 20 at Hidden Ground (Hidden Grounds, 4C Easton Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901), come out to the Fall 2016 Speaker Series. I will be discussing the importance of getting involved and voting in the 2016 general election.
To RSVP to this event, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/630034953832208/
PATERSON, NJ — Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumter and Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly were joined by officials from the City of Paterson and Passaic County this morning for a Press Event calling for action on the state’s Transportation Trust Fund. Held near Paterson’s Spruce Street Bridge, which is slated for millions in repairs that have now been shut down due to the impasse over transportation funding, the event highlighted the need for the State Senate to take action on to fund the TTF by passing the Assembly’s bill or forwarding compromise legislation.
“Passing a bill to fund these vital transportation projects is essential to our state’s economy and inaction is not acceptable,” said Assemblywoman Sumter. “We are calling on the State Senate to meet its responsibility and either take action on the bill that passed the Assembly, or come to the Assembly with a compromise that the Governor is willing to sign. So far neither has happened, and our state is suffering for it.”
The State Assembly passed a bill to increase the state’s gas tax by 23 cents in order to fund the TTF that would also gradually lower the sales tax from seven percent to six percent, resulting in tax relief for nearly all state residents. Assembly members have been calling for the State Senate to act on the Assembly bill or come to the table with a compromise.
“New Jersey’s economy depends on its infrastructure and failing to act to fund these transportation projects is simply not an option,” said Assemblyman Wimberly. “Thousands of construction jobs are at stake in the short term, and in the long term our state’s economic viability is hanging in the balance.”
Taken in all, $3.5 billion in statewide transportation projects are now in limbo after Governor Christie passed an executive order freezing non-essential transportation projects. This includes many projects in the 35th district, including the Spruce Street Bridge, Paterson Market Street Bus Terminal, various road resurfacing projects and much more.
In addition to the Assembly members, the event was attended by Passaic County Freeholders John Bartlett, Terry Duffy and Pat Lapore, Paterson Councilman Luis Velez and Mark Roche, Business Manager, IBEW Local 102.
For any additional information please contact Philip Swibinski at 201-978-8651 or email@example.com.
Assemblywoman Sumter talks to WBLS’s Bob Lee about the importance of voting in the NJ primary. Watch the clip.