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State-Appointed Monitor to Oversee Troubled NJCU

State officials have appointed a monitor to oversee all fiscal operations, budgeting, and staffing at New Jersey City University, just over a year after mounting mismanagement drove trustees to declare a financial emergency and replace top administrators there. Henry J. Amoroso, an attorney and tenured associate professor of legal studies at Seton Hall University’s Stillman […]

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Watchdog Sues Jersey City, Newark Landlords Over Housing Discrimination

A housing watchdog group has sued 26 landlords and brokers in Jersey City and Newark, alleging they illegally refuse to lease apartments to people who use government-subsidized vouchers to pay rent. The Housing Rights Initiative, a New York City-based nonprofit, filed a complaint in state Superior Court Wednesday asking a judge to declare the landlords, brokers, and […]

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