When completed in two years, the new $120 million Public Safety Headquarters located on Martin Luther King Drive will house all of Jersey City’s Police and Fire operations and leadership personnel, Fire Prevention, Parking Enforcement, Special Investigations Unit, Gun Permits, Records Room, Traffic Programming, City Command and the City’s Community Court and Parking Enforcement Division.
About Aaron Morrill
Aaron is a writer, musician and lawyer. Aaron attended Berklee College of Music and the State University of New York at Purchase. Aaron served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador. He received a J.D. from Fordham Law School. As a lawyer, Aaron worked as an assistant district attorney in Kings County and a commercial and criminal litigator. He is the founder of Jersey City Times and is currently working on a musical, Food Fighters.
Entries by Aaron Morrill
The Katyn memorial, Reservoir 3, a police shooting and an ordinance to bring the Quality of Life Taskforce into The Department of Public Safety the took up the lion’s share of time during last Thursday’s city council meeting.
At noon today a series of local politicians and activists stood on a small hill in Liberty State Park and called on lawmakers in Trenton to pass the Liberty State Park Protection Act.
For close to three years I’ve been driving an electric Chevrolet Bolt. It’s convinced me that, indeed, the future of transportation is electric and that the internal combustion engine (ICE) will soon be a curiosity found in museums, right next to the steam engine.
A Morristown law firm at the center of a widening pay-to-play campaign finance scandal used straw donors to evade legal limits and contribute $22,900 to the Fulop 2013 election effort according to a new report in NorthJersey.com.
On June 30, the four person executive committee of the school’s board of trustees fired its long serving and beloved principal, Marta Bergamini, without consulting parents or other board members. There is a lesson in all of this, one that should become part of TECCS’ curriculum. Here’s my suggestion for the first class.
All communities in Jersey City should gather together to protect and improve the precious land we call Liberty State Park.
From charging stations to electric garbage trucks to electric bikes, the administration has big plans for electric vehicles in Jersey City.
The Jersey City Police Department has struggled to control illegal firework use in the wake of a loosening of state restrictions.
Under normal circumstances, a campaign like mine would be under a lot of pressure to overcome a financial disparity between an incumbent and somebody like myself. But at a time like this, those power disparities have really flattened because we’re all confined to the same digital spaces which is the only real way to make an sort of real outreach.