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Thursday, July 26, 2012
Marlboro hasn't heard a word from the state regarding the Marlboro State Hospital Cleanup.
Despite recent news reports stating the Marlboro State Hospital site cleanup is on track, Mayor Jon Hornik said he hasn't heard as much as a whisper about the project since November. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Mayor Jon Hornik announced last November that the state would clean up the 411 acre site, including demolishing 600,000 square feet of buildings, at no expense to Marlboro taxpayers. Guadagno said the project would be completed by 2014. Guadagno said in November, "We will be sure that [the property] is opened on time and under budget." The Lt. Gov. also said in November that full demolition and cleanup plans had not yet been coordinated, but the Christie Administration would work closely with the Department of Environmental Protection…
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Guadagno had been a Superior Court judge
Superior Court Judge Michael Guadagno, the husband of Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, has been elevated to the Appellate Division effective Aug. 1, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced late Tuesday. Guadagno, a Monmouth Beach resident, was appointed to the bench in 2005 by Gov. Richard Codey. He served as a family court judge in Monmouth County until 2008 when he was transferred to the family court in Ocean County. In 2010, he returned to Monmouth County as presiding judge of the family court. He served a temporary assignment to the Appellate Division earlier this year. The Appellate Division of the Superior Court is the state's intermediate appellate court, according to a statement from the New Jersey Judiciary. The division …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno delivered the keynote speech at state law enforcement memorial
Hundreds of police officers and other officials from across the state gathered in Ocean Grove Tuesday to memorialize four of their fallen comrades at this year's state Law Enforcement Memorial Service. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno gave the keynote address at the ceremony in The Great Auditorium that included mostly songs performed by several police officers to honor their fallen brethren. Detective Tina Rambo of the Ocean Country Prosecutor's Office, Trooper Anthony R. Fotiou of the New Jersey State Police, Patrolman S. Wargo Jr. of the Mount Arlington Police Department and Detective Michael Morgan Jr of the Newark Police Department were honored. "We're here to remember the good of all people, but especially the good of people who were taken …
Friday, April 13, 2012
President Barack Obama has officially been listed as a candidate on New Jersey's primary ballot.
An administrative law judge's ruling that President Barack Obama is eligible to appear on New Jersey's upcoming primary ballot was upheld by Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, a spokesman for New Jersey's Division of Elections said early Friday afternoon. Spokesman Shawn Crisafulli said in an email that all candidates for all offices, including the President of the United States, have now been officially certified and sent to the countries per statute. Attorney Mario Apuzzo, representing New Jersey residents Nick Purpura and Ted Moran, challenged Obama's placement on the June 5 primary ballot on the basis that the president is not a natural born United States citizen and that a birth certificate released last April by the White House was …
Friday, November 18, 2011
The state will clean up the property based on environmental regulations, and give the 411 acre piece of land back to Marlboro in 2014.
The Marlboro State Psychiatric Hospital has been a contentious issue in the township since before its doors closed in 1998. Today, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Mayor Jon Hornik announced the official plans for the future of the property as preserved open space. On behalf of the Governor's office, Guadagno officially announced it will clean up the property, knock down and clean up 600,000 square feet of buildings, all without costing Marlboro taxpayers money. The Township will purchase the property in 2014, through open space funds, to preserve the large piece of land. Guadagno said, "We will be sure that [the property] is opened on time and under budget," adding that preserving open space is a quality of life issue for New Jersey residents. …