New Jersey’s Comptroller has reviewed how the state’s community colleges pay their presidents, and he and Governor Christie are calling for some changes.
New Jersey’s state comptroller has reviewed the inner operations of the Delaware River Port Authority, saying his office has found a pattern of waste and mismanagement that cost the bi-state agency millions of dollars over a number of years.
It’s a $124-million-per-year, state and federally funded program that provides assistance for low-income families in need of child care.
When was the last time your boss bought you a new dress or maybe a shirt, or even a tie? The answer for most of us is ‘probably never’! But as CBS 3 Anchor Chris May reports, that’s not the case for thousands of state workers in New Jersey.
State comptroller Matthew Boxer says restrictions placed on awarding contracts to political contributors is working well in the state capitol, but it’s a different story for local governments across the state.
State comptroller Matthew Boxer’s finding that thousands of white-collar state workers get $700 annual allowances for clothing, paid in a lump sum, without the need to produce a single receipt. Half of the workers are not subject to any clothing requirement at all.
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