Pallone is also scheduled to speak with commercial fishermen to discuss the damage they suffered what assistance is needed for a full recovery.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Monday, April 1, 2013
Congressman Frank Pallone Jr., D-Monmouth announced the federal funding Monday.
Friday, August 10, 2012
National Park Service officials say it is a new day for the Hook, but some are skeptical.
It’s just the beginning of a 20-year process, but the National Park Service’s management revamp proposals for its Sandy Hook Gateway National Recreation Area have already raised skepticism among those who fought the now defunct plan to privatize and commercially develop the Hook’s historic Fort Hancock. “We’ve heard a lot of talk about the people’s fears that this is going to go in the same direction as the Fort Hancock development plan,” said Suzanne McCarthy, deputy superintendent of the Park Service’s Gateway National Recreation Area at the Aug. 8 information session on Gateway’s proposed General Management Plan for Sandy Hook. She said it was important for people to know that the visioning process has nothing to do with the plan that …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Congressman brings good news for fire communications
Friday the 13th may signify the classic bad luck day of the superstitious, but it’s about to symbolize about half a million dollars worth of good fortune for the Middletown Township Fire Department. At 3 p.m. on Friday, Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. (D-6) will deliver good news in person that officials already know: the fire department will receive $465,320 in federal funds to upgrade to current standards its communications equipment. Meeting with Middletown Township Fire Department Chief Andy Spears, Mayor Tony Fiore and other officials and community leaders at the department’s Navesink Hook & Ladder Fire Co., Pallone plans to talk fire safety and tour the 175-year-old fire station on Monmouth Avenue. "When dealing with public safety …