(CAMDEN) - Senator Donald Norcross (D-Camden/Gloucester) released the following statement regarding the governor's announcement of new school construction projects to be undertaken by the Schools Development Authority (SDA).
"I applaud the SDA for honoring their commitment to build a new middle school in Gloucester City. As a member of the Legislature's Joint Committee on the Public Schools, I have made the Gloucester City project a priority given the high level of need and the ongoing costs incurred by the city's pursuit of this new school for their children.
BY TOM HESTER - February 7, 2012 - NJ ASSEMBLY DEMS NEWS RELEASE
Nearly 42 percent of Elected School Districts Have Already Made Move
(TRENTON) â€“ Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald on Tuesday hailed the success of the new law he sponsored to allow school districts to move their elections from April to November, noting that 225 of the stateâ€™s 538 elected school boards have already made the move.
BY CHRIS DONNELLY- NJ Senate Democrats- JANUARY 30, 2012
TRENTON â€“ Legislation sponsored by Senators Fred H. Madden (D â€“ Gloucester, Camden) and Donald Norcross (D â€“ Camden, Gloucester) that would designate Route 42 as the â€śRoute 42 Purple Heart Memorial Highwayâ€ť today cleared the Senate Transportation Committee.
â€śWe can never do enough to thank the courageous men and women who have served their country,â€ť said Madden, who recently was named the New Jersey Veterans of Foreign Warsâ€™ â€śLegislator of the Year.â€ť â€śThis designation is just one small measure of our gratitude for those who, in times of combat, displayed astounding bravery. We truly owe them a great debt.â€ť