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"[T]oday, with our flags flying high, I am proud to announce that I have selected a proven public servant – with a superb record of accomplishments – to join me in finishing the job that Sheila and I started," Gov. Phil Murphy said during Secretary of State Tahesha Way's Sept. 8 swearing in ceremony.
Sources familiar with the situation confirmed to NJBIZ that the governor has selected Tahesha Way to fill the critical role, following the death of Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver.
In a scathing 43-page report, and following a nearly three-year investigation, the Justice Department has concluded that residents at two state-run facilities were subjected to conditions that violated the 14th Amendment.
“A son of Newark and former Mayor of Livingston, Joe’s New Jersey roots run deep," said Attorney General Matthew Platkin. "From his longstanding place as a Commissioner on the Board of Public Utilities – with bipartisan support – to his elevation as President in 2018, Joe never stopped looking for ways to make life better for New Jerseyans."
According to Gov. Phil Murphy, taking part in the Complete College America Alliance "reflects our belief that economic prosperity and educational attainment are two sides of the same coin.”
“Joe Fiordaliso was a consummate public servant, a trusted colleague, and a good friend,” Gov. Phil Murphy said in a statement. “Above all, he was a devoted husband to his wife Marilyn, father to Dana and Joe, and grandfather to six loving children.”
The redistributed spending authority marks the highest amount the state has ever received. Here's how it'll use it.
“In addition to the time he has already spent serving as Acting Commissioner, Justin’s prior experience as the department’s Chief of Staff makes him more than qualified for this position," said Gov. Phil Murphy.
Through Sept. 13, those affected by a vicious storm that ripped through the area in July can get help with their application and information about the federal assistance program.
“As mandated by the 2016 law, this dedicated funding stream continues to provide billions of dollars across the state to support crucial transportation infrastructure needs," said state Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio.
According to prosecutors, the Pennington resident and conspirators solicited the returns in exchange for providing test samples to a Parsippany-based clinical laboratory.