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Mack-Cali Brings Together World-Class Team to Drive Repositioning of Harborside Office Campus on Jersey City Waterfront

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI) today announced the hiring of a new team of internal and external professionals to execute the repositioning, leasing, and marketing of Harborside, its Class A office campus on the waterfront in Jersey City. Harborside is a unique campus with more than 4.3 million square feet of office space, retail space, indoor and outdoor dining options, conferencing, fitness and wellness offerings, a daycare center, on-site parking, and 3,000 residential units in the neighborhood.

Edward J. Guiltinan has been hired as Senior Vice President, Leasing and brings 30 years of commercial real estate leasing experience, including the past 20 years with Rockefeller Group, where he leased millions of square feet of office, retail, and industrial space.  Notably, Mr. Guiltinan recently participated in the redevelopment of 1271 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan and was responsible for the

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Coronavirus case shuts down Jersey City MVC agency for a week

The state Motor Vehicle Commission’s Jersey City agency on Summit Avenue will be closed until Oct. 6 after an employee there tested positive for the coronavirus according to the commission.

The agency, which currently handles motor vehicle transactions only, will be closed for more than a week, after it was shut down late Monday. The MVC tweeted the information to patrons.

“The Jersey City Vehicle Center is closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. We posted a closure notice last (Monday) night,” said William Connolly, an MVC spokesman. “The Jersey City Vehicle Center will remain closed until contact tracers have cleared a sufficient number of employees to reopen or any required quarantine is complete.”

The commissions’s current plan is to reopen the center on Tuesday, Oct. 6, he said.

The news comes as drivers continue to line up at agencies to do in-person business after they were closed

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Proposal to make it easier to get building permits, inspects in New Jersey gets committee’s support

The New Jersey Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee advanced a bipartisan bill Monday that aims to allow construction companies and contractors to apply for permits and scheduled inspections online.

The bill had the backing of numerous business associations including the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce, the New Jersey Apartment Association, the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA).

“Often when the legislature enacts meaningful legislation and the departments implement those legislations through regulations it imposes burdens on the business community,” said Ray Cantor, NJBIA’s vice president for government affairs in testimony to the committee. “Even though those burdens per regulation may be minimal over time, they do add up and the costs and the burdens become significant. We are very thankful that the legislature is taking a different approach and trying to make things more efficient, more cost effective and

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Plan to send LNG trains through Philly to S. Jersey port sparks outrage from residents, environmentalists | Business

Environmentalists have stepped up alarms about a major fuel export terminal in South Jersey that they say will accelerate Pennsylvania fracking, worsen climate change, and attract 100-car trains carrying dangerous liquefied natural gas across Philadelphia.

A plan to build the Gibbstown Logistics Center in Gloucester County, N.J., just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia International Airport, appears to be coming to a head by the end of the year. A hearing examiner and the staff of the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) have recommended approving permits to dredge the river and to build a pier for the $450 million private port, which is being built on the site of DuPont’s former Repauno Works in Greenwich Township, N.J.

The DRBC, an interstate agency that regulates river development, voted on Sept. 10 to delay a decision at least until its next business meeting in December. But the commission will be hard-pressed to

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Exclusive on NJ budget: Baby bonds are out, these taxes are in. What made lawmakers’ plan – News – New Jersey Herald

By Stacey Barchenger

New Jersey lawmakers are expected to introduce a spending plan Monday that includes higher taxes on millionaires, corporations and some health insurers, but that omits many fees and tax increases proposed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

The budget bill maps state spending for the nine-month fiscal year beginning Oct. 1.

The bills haven’t yet been made public and more details are expected when lawmakers introduce and vote on the bills this week, but here’s what the USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey has learned from lawmakers so far.

Tax increases

Three tax and fee increases proposed by Murphy are in the plan, according to Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-Gloucester, and legislative staff.

Those include increasing the HMO assessment on net written premiums, which Murphy predicted would create $103 million in new revenue, and freezing the corporate business tax rate at 2.5%, which would bring in $210 million this fiscal

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Employers Wanted For Central Jersey Drive-Thru Job Fair

LINCROFT, NJ – In collaboration with Middlesex and Ocean counties, the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Workforce Development have announced the first-ever Central Jersey “Drive Thru Job Fair” from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15 in the Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Spring Road.

The Workforce Development Board is currently seeking employers to register for the event. There is no cost to participate for both employers and jobseekers.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, participating employers do not attend in-person. No employers will have tables or be onsite for this job fair. Employers must submit 750 copies of a one-page flyer listing job opportunities to Monmouth County Workforce Development, 17 Christopher Way, Eatontown, by 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 5.

“Since mid-March of this year, more than 93,000 residents have filed for unemployment in Monmouth County alone due to the health pandemic,” said Freeholder Patrick

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New Jersey Blues Plan Links With Two Big Health Systems To Tap Medicare Advantage

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey and two of the state’s biggest hospital systems are forming a health plan specifically to tap into the fast-growing business of Medicare Advantage, the privatized health insurance for seniors.

Horizon Blue Cross Monday said it is launching a new health plan it will jointly own with Hackensack Meridian Health, which operates 17 hospitals and an array of outpatient medical care providers across New Jersey. The two hope to soon add RWJBarnabas Health, which includes 11 hospitals, to the partnership pending regulatory approvals in New Jersey.

The new health plan, called Braven Health, will be jointly owned by Horizon and Hackensack Meridian, and

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Mastercard and PFS partner Jersey on card-based stimulus scheme


Mastercard and PFS (a company of EML) have partnered with the Government of Jersey to develop the World’s first card-based stimulus scheme.

From today onwards, all eligible citizens in Jersey will be posted their own £100 PFS and Mastercard powered Spend Local Card that they can use in businesses across the island until midnight on October 31st, 2020. After that date, cardholders are being advised to retain their prepaid card in the event of a top-up type payment in the future. This forms part of the government’s overall £150 million fiscal stimulus package to help alleviate the economic hardship caused by the pandemic.

Kelly Devine, Division President, Mastercard UK & Ireland commented: “The Covid-19 outbreak has had a real impact on businesses, and Governments around the world are looking for ways to stimulate their economies. This innovative solution offers a real alternative to stimulus packages delivered through local

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New Jersey Team Aligns With LPL Strategic Wealth Services

A New Jersey-based financial advisory team with about $500 million in AUM is launching a new independent practice that will affiliate with LPL Strategic Wealth Services, the firm announced.

Led by financial advisor Anthony “Tony” Frigoletto, the newly-named River’s Edge Wealth Partners comes to LPL from Wells Fargo. Based in Red Bank, N.J., Frigoletto will be joined by financial advisor Jayeeta Choudhury as vice president, Nicole Adler-Frigoletto as director of planning, and three additional support staff. Frigoletto said the move would let him operate his team as a family office for clients.

“LPL’s new affiliation model really appealed to me. It allows me to be an independent advisor but solves for the business operational needs,” he said. “This is the lean-in, straightforward approach I was looking for, and it allows me to utilize my strengths to lead our team and cultivate meaningful relationships with our clients.”

With LPL Strategic Wealth

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Central Jersey restaurants open for business

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Nearly six months have passed since New Jersey restaurants have been allowed to serve diners indoors at 25% capacity, a mandate which changed Friday at 6 a.m.

Bridgewater Courier News

Nearly six months have passed since New Jersey restaurants have been allowed to serve diners indoors. 

But even when that mandate changed after Gov. Phil Murphy announced restaurants could begin serving diners at 25% capacity at 6 a.m. Friday, customers still weren’t running to their old favorite seats by the window. 

With the sun shining, the humidity at bay and a breeze wafting through the 80-degree air in Central Jersey at lunchtime, who could blame them. 

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“It’s lovely out,” said Jason DiCampli, an Edison resident who had lunch outdoors Friday at Hailey’s Harp in Metuchen. “Even if there was no coronavirus and everything was completely open, I would still want to

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