Recent Articles from David Hutter
The move from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities sets the record for the single largest award for offshore wind in the country to date,
“In New Jersey construction is really moving forward without interruption right now,” ELEC 825 Deputy Director Katie Gibbs told NJBIZ. “The fear in construction is you build your career on temporary projects. Every day you go to work, you are working yourself out of a job.”
“This is the most important thing we have ever done or will ever do,” CEO Gairl Friedberg Rottenstrich told NJBIZ.
The water company previously announced it would spend $575,000 in Hillside and $1.2 million in New Providence for repairs.
New Jersey Transit is seeing nearly a 90 percent drop in riders in the wake of the viral outbreak, allowing the agency to work on positive train control at times it otherwise would not be able to.
An interim leader was named to succeed Brenda Hopper, who has led the statewide network since 1991.
“A lot of these distributors and logistical operations who are receiving imported goods are obviously being hit hard,” Nick DePaolera of NAI James E. Hanson told NJBIZ. “Even if consumer demand is still there, getting these goods to the consumer is the issue.”
“This is going to help a lot of small businesses," NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor told NJBIZ. "This is good news as it will help employers to remain solvent. This money will help. We are going to try for as long as possible to get by for as long as possible.”
Under the proposed legislation, depending on a borrower's situation they may be eligible to delay payment of both interest and principal amounts.
"There will be no water shutoffs during this crisis," NJDEP Commissioner Catherine McCabe said Tuesday afternoon.
“Even before the push for social distancing, remote work in the U.S. had increased by 91 percent over the past 10 years bringing previously face-to-face interactions online," said the company's co-founder and CFO Niren Nazareth. "Companies are still trying to adjust their legacy reporting systems to accommodate remote workers that may not come into the office for long periods of time. "
But, the airline will keep flights in some capacity from its crew base at a South Jersey airport.