Last Day in May

Tomorrow is Saturday, May 31st 
The last day of May and there is so much to do.
It’s up to you to make the choice of what to do and where to go

9:00 AM  –  2:00 PM  
Old First Church
69 Kings Highway, Middletown
Info: 732-933-4855   
A wide selection, including: classics, new releases, 
hardcovers, paperbacks, children’s books,
 fiction and non-fiction, cookbooks, garden books, 
art books, dvds and cassettes, games and more!   
Most hardcovers $2, most paperbacks $1
10:00 AM  –  12:00 PM  
Neptune Public Library
25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune
2nd floor meeting room
Info: 732-618-7877 
Please come out to this free information session and 
get advice from the experts! 
Presented by Asbury Park/Neptune NAACP

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Posted: May 30th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: BizEturtle, Monmouth County | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Last Day in May

2012 Year in review: May

Governor Christie’s nomination of GOP Chairman Joe Oxley to be a Superior Court Judge kicked off a competitive contest of the Monmouth GOP Chairmanship between former Senator John Bennett and GOP State Committeewoman Christine Hanlon.

Garden State Equality, the gay rights advocacy group, announced that they were close to having enough votes in the legislature to override Governor Christie’s veto of the Marriage Equality and Religious Exemptions Act.   The announcement was bullshit.

Rachel Alintoff, a former Long Branch resident with ongoing divorce litigation in Monmouth County, aired her grievances about Judge Paul X. Escandon to Governor Christie at a Town Hall Meeting in Garfield. Since then, over 30 additional women have come forward with complaints against Escandon, a investigation has been initiated by the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct and Escandon’s assignment has been changed twice.

Republicans were buoyed by a Quinnipiac Poll and New York Times article indicating that Joe Kyrillos had a path to defeating Bob Menendez in the U.S. Senate race.

Mitt Romney clinched the GOP Presidential nomination.   The Obama campaign bought TV time in Ohio to run negative ads against Romney starting in June.

The New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee rejected the nomination of the first openly homosexual man nominated to the State Supreme Court. Bruce Harris, an African-American and the Republican Mayor of Chatham Borough, was rejected by the Democratically controlled committee in a party-line vote.

Posted: December 28th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Year in Review | Tags: , | Comments Off on 2012 Year in review: May