Charlie Kratovil Announces Candidacy for Mayor of New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - On the afternoon of Wednesday, June the 6th, on the steps of City Hall in the heart of New Brunswick, a longtime resident, and editor of this publication, Charlie Kratovil, formally announced his candidacy for the mayor of New Brunswick.

Kratovil, known to locals for his advocacy against corruption in the city as well as watchdog reporting on government affairs, is challenging incumbent Mayor James Cahill who is running for re-election to the 8th term in office.

HUD Announces Change in Scoring System For Inspecting NJ Buildings

TOMS RIVER, NJ—A new Housing and Urban Development (HUD) pilot program that plans to rescore HUD building inspections beginning here in New Jersey, according to Lynne Patton, the Regional Administrator for Region II of HUD.

Patton made this announcement, along with other proposals, on April 19 at the Fair Housing 50th Anniversary Seminar in Toms River.

A landlord currently only needs to meet three out of five inspectable areas of a Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) inspection to pass, according to Patton.

State Senator Named to Top Job at County Utilities Authority

SAYREVILLE, NJ—Joseph Cryan, a longtime politician from Union County, is now earning $190,000 per year as the new Executive Director of the Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA).

Cryan now splits his time between the elected position and the one running the county agency that operates the Middlesex County landfill in East Brunswick and a massive wastewater treatment plant.

Middlesex County Ethics Board Meeting - 6/12/18

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Wells Fargo Bank Fined $1 Billion For Corporate Malfeasance

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Wells Fargo Bank must pay $1 billion to federal regulators over two counts of corporate malfeasance against its mortgage and auto lending business.

The fine represents the largest imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and most severe levied by the administration of President Donald Trump.

A Statement From The Editor of New Brunswick Today

For nearly seven years now, I have had the honor and pleasure of serving as the first and only editor of this publication and I intend to continue building this news organization in New Brunswick for as long as possible.

On June 5, I filed a petition to run for Mayor of New Brunswick and I have since promised the people of this city that I will serve full-time in that position should I be victorious in the election.

This would, of course, require me to leave this wonderful organization behind and completely end my involvement here.

Middlesex County Freeholders Meeting - 6/7/18

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US Congress Candidate Javahn Walker Interviewed by NBToday - 6/3/18

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US Senate Candidate Lisa McCormick Interviewed by NBToday - 6/1/18

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