TDN Digest for Thu, Sep 3

The TDN Digest is a daily update of the important stories, announcements, and conversations about Newark from around the web. Find out more »

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Opinion, thoughts and experiences from blogs around the web

Press Releases

Announcements, and marketing material published by organizations around and in the city


Twitter updates from city residents and newsmakers alike

Still trying to understand the wisdom behind shutting off water for tenants whose only fault is that their landlord is a deadbeat.


Share your Sounds of the City photos on flickr for a chance to win free tix to Oprah Winfrey Presents The Color Purple


Welcome Nwk students – back to school! Mayor Booker making stops Hawthorne Ave School, Dayton St School and Belmont Runyon this am</blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;CityofNewarkNJ

Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. – John Cotton Dana – deep gratitude & encouragement to all Newark’s Teachers


1st day of school in Newark. Sending strength, love & prayers to our kids, teachers & parents: Kids succeed when whole communities care


If you missed ustream chat w aplusk talking bout community service check out - <a href=""></a></blockquote><p style="margin: -1em 0pt 1em;text-align: right"><cite><a href="">&mdash;CoryBooker

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Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Newarker, PCA Elder, Business Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

1 thought on “TDN Digest for Thu, Sep 3”

  1. It is understandable that the city is trying to ramp up collections, as well as cut down on expenses like reducing overtime, cutting hours, implementing furloughs, etc, etc.But I can’t understand why the city doesn’t trade older 8 cylinder gas guzzlers in its fleet for smaller commuter-like compact cars with smaller 4 cylinder 2 liter engines.
    It is also shameful that the Booker administration has failed to make better use of the City of Newark website; LIKE MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR CITIZENS TO PAY WATER, and TAX BILLS ONLINE! Who can understand not being able to pay their bills because the Booker administration is trying to SAVE money by shutting down services like the customer service window catering those who are paying their water and tax bills.
    And why are PRIVATE companies collecting recycling materials which can be sold for a PROFIT??? Can anyone explain that one?
    Once again City government is putting the cart before the horse. Politicians are intelligent during elections, and then seem to take stupid pills while in office………….


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