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TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Chris Christie on Monday vetoed a bill that would have raised New Jersey’s minimum wage by $1.25 per hour, while suggesting a scaled back $1 per hour wage increase if Democrats agree to phase it in over three years.
Democrats, meanwhile, appeared ready to move ahead with an alternate plan to put the wage hike question to voters in November.
Cherry Hill is considering lifting a restriction that prevents grocery stores from selling alcohol as it prepares to auction off a rare liquor license.
Township officials say they are weighing whether to amend a rule that requires liquor-distribution licenses to be issued only to stand-alone stores after evaluating the policies of other towns that have no such restriction.
The nonprofit Camden Children’s Garden has two months to vacate most of its state-owned property before the land is transferred to the Adventure Aquarium next door.
In a letter sent last week, the New Jersey Department of Treasury ordered Children’s Garden director Michael Devlin to remove all property – including the facility’s amusement rides, gazebo, and giant dinosaur – by March 31.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Atlantic Club Casino Hotel in Atlantic City has filed notice that 1,729 employees may lose their jobs.
The company says the layoff notice is a formality as part of a pending sale to the world’s largest online poker website and no job cuts are planned.