Garden State engineering firms hope the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's proposed $1.6 billion funding for infrastructure projects will help them refill their pipelines in the years to come.
Following up on a $43 million fund to purchase flood-prone properties in July, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Friday an additional $28 million in funding will come to New Jersey for flood mitigation purchases.
Gov. Chris Christie's nominee for a vacant seat on the Board of Public Utilities would bring to the job years of municipal utility experience and plenty of tough questions for the state's second-largest utility, Jersey Central Power & Light.
Wachovia Bank will pay more than $2 million to municipal bond issuers in New Jersey as restitution in a $58.76 million payment settling claims of alleged bid rigging between the bank — acquired in 2008 by Wells Fargo — and state agencies, municipalities, school districts and nonprofits nationwide.Read More »