Garden State: Senate Race

Monday, June 02, 2008

Morristown Mayor Donald Cresitello talks about his race for senate and tomorrow's New Jersey state primary.


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Comments [4]


Is there a "311" in NJ for housing violations like the one touted in NYC in the last segment? If not could you put it on your list if elected?

Jun. 02 2008 11:44 AM
fred obermueller from princeton, nj

I live near CLinton and work in Princeton and am frustrated by the lack of organized mass transit. It seems that each county has their own buss based system. In my case there are busses that run from Somerville on RT 206 and Princeton on RT 206 but none that connect the two, thus a cummute from my house to work using rail.buss is 3 hours

Jun. 02 2008 11:42 AM
Best Practices zoning?

how do you enforce zoning violations? i'm in another town w big victorian homes, some which get bought by spanish spkng (subprime!) investors, who run these homes (and often neighborhoods) right into the ground.

As a senator could you disseminate some best practices in enforcing zoning violations?

Jun. 02 2008 11:40 AM
Anonymous Please from Kensington

We have been calling 311 to no avail. There is a "2 Family house' on our block in Kensington Brooklyn that has become an SRO to MANY new immigrant men that I believe all work for the owner of the house's Bengali construction company. We are all families and are uncomfortable having a group of single men(ever changing) coming and going while our children are outside playing. Do we have any recourse??? ANONYMOUS PLEASE!

Jun. 02 2008 11:31 AM

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