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Monday, April 25, 2016

Bernice: Mission in the Plaza and other downtown sights.. Councilor Williams on Ecuador relief event at City Hall..

CLIPS is your daily roundup of links to blog posts and news about Plainfield or affecting Plainfielders. Begun in 2003 as an email newsletter to Plainfield city council members when I was Plainfield's public information officer, it was later offered to the general public by email and has been available as a blog since 2007. If you have questions, suggestions or tips, email me at plaindan@gmail.com.


Internet Exchange Zone:  "Linden establishes safe zone to complete internet transactions" -- A good idea for Plainfield?
NJ Transit:  "Riders' 7 biggest gripes about NJT"

Asbury Park:  "Nearly 1K walk the boardwalk to fight against premature birth"
Business:  "How a small NJ company helped put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill"
Hospitals:  "One third of NJ hospitals fare worse in latest national report"
Incarceration:  "65,000 NJ children have grown up with a parent in prison"
Landline Phones:  "States move toward making endangered land lines extinct"
Lawyering:  "US Attorney Fishman: You gotta see 'My Cousin Vinny'"
Mobile Churches:  "Space for rent turned into churches"
Newark:  "Man attacks priest in church"
Perth Amboy:  "City launches Community Connection program"
Pets:  "NJ pets in need, April 25"
Raritan Valley Community College:  "RVCC one of 5 'greenest' schools in NJ"
Real Estate:  "Hispanics are driving the housing market"
Reeves Reed Arboretum:  "Flowers and trees bloom at Daffodil Day"

2016 Candidates --
2017 Guv Race --
CWA:  "What labor leader says about Verizon strike, NJ pensions"
Family Court:  "Group claims NJ Family Court system is corrupt"
PARCC Tests:  "Administration poring over PARCC contract to assess damages"

Media:  "Gannett offers $815M to buy Tribune Publishing" -- When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping.


[BERNICE]  Mission in the Plaza and other downtown sights.

[OLDDOC]  is back with posts on the school board and an understanding of Passover. (4/23/16)

[Mayor MAPP] Mayor Mapp squelches misleading Board of Ed election rumors. (4/11/16)

[Councilor STORCH]  in support of Anderson-Hurtt-Pile for school board. (4/20/16)

[Councilor WILLIAMS]  on Ecuador relief event at City Hall. (4/24/16)

[DAVID]  supports Wilma Campbell. (4/17/16)

[JACKIE]  week in review has a flowering tree puzzler. (4/24/16)

[REBECCA at Bathrobe Blogger]  Prince: Genius of Realness. (4/22/2016)

[NOEL at PALS]  YES basketball tournament, 6th-8th Grade Division. (3/26/16)