New Jersey Future, a Trenton-based nonprofit smart-growth advocacy organization, is looking for an event coordinator for its Redevelopment Forum in February 2009 and Smart Growth Awards in June. From the job posting:
Applicants should know planning issues and personalities in New Jersey, and have experience in coordinating events, including putting together panel presentations. […]
Republican Michael McGinty (also running on the Conservative ticket) is challenging Democratic Assm. Harvey Weisenberg (also running on the Independence and Working Families tickets) in New York’s 20th Assembly District which encompasses the Southwestern sector of the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County. […] […]
Erma Gluck of the Coram Civic Association called on NYSDOT Region 10 to calm traffic on Long Island's streets. Standing with her were representatives from the Tri-State Transportation Campaign; Vision Long Island; Sustainable Long Island; Mt. Sinai, Greater Gordon Heights, and Selden Civic Associations; and the Neighborhood Network.
Two days after a TSTC […]
Democrat Howard Kudler is challenging Republican Assm. David McDonough (also running on the Conservative, Independence and Working Families tickets) in New York’s 19th Assembly District, which encompasses the Southeastern sector of the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County. […] […]
Democratic Assm. Earlene Hooper (also running on the Independence ticket) is facing a two-pronged challenge from Working Families candidate Henry Conyers and Republican candidate Darren Bryant (also running on the Conservative ticket) in the 18th Assembly District which encompasses the Village of Hempstead, Uniondale, and Roosevelt in the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County. TSTC received no response from Mr. Bryant, but Assm. Hooper and the WFP challenger, Mr. Conyers, provided TSTC with completed questionnaires. […] […]
Each dot above represents one of the 95 pedestrians killed in Nassau County between 2005 and 2007. (For full map, see county fact sheets on TSTC's website; different colors correspond to different years.)
Eighty-nine pedestrians were killed in NY’s Suffolk County between 2005 and 2007. In Brooklyn, the toll was 147. Middlesex County […]
Republican Matthew Mitchell is challenging Democratic Assemblymember Michelle Schimel (who is also running on the Working Families and Independence Party tickets) in New York’s 16th Assembly District that encompasses the north and central area of the Town of North Hempstead on the north shore of Long Island. TSTC received completed questionnaires from both Assm. Schimel and Mr. Mitchell. […] […]
Transit-oriented development will encourage economic development and create opportunities during difficult financial times, said NYSDOT Commissioner Astrid Glynn and ConnDOT Commissioner Joseph Marie at a panel on Thursday in New Haven.
The event was part of the Connecticut and Westchester Mayors’ Institute for Community Design sponsored by the One Region […]
TSTC Associate Director Veronica Vanterpool.
Leadership New Jersey, a non-profit fellowship program aimed at expanding and improving the pool of the state’s civic leaders, held its sixth annual forum on the Future of New Jersey last Wednesday, October 15. The yearly forum invites a cross-section of leaders to share their best ideas to […]