Published in The Times of Trenton By: Jenna Pizzi In an effort to protect against flooding and damage from storms, the city's planning board approved a series of recommendations to address flood control for building projects and redevelopment. The board passed a resolution at its Feb. 12 meeting containing recommendations from the Citizens Campaign, which says the resolution is the first of its kind in the state.
The Citizens Campaign today announced that it is seeking applications from Trenton and Perth Amboy residents interested in becoming Civic Trustees- Trustees who work together to identify and gain adoption of proven solutions for problems facing their City. Civic Trustees will be members of the Trenton or Perth Amboy Civic Trusts, formerly Impact Trenton and Impact Perth Amboy. Civic Trustees and the Trenton and Perth Amboy Civic Trusts will receive significant support from The Citizens Campaign’s top government lawyers, urban policy experts and experienced political coaches. They will be trained to use the power levers of local government to get results on the issues they care about.
Published in The Trentonian The following information comes from a press release issued Thursday by The Citizens Campaign about their new Civic Trustees program: The Citizens Campaign has announced that it is seeking applications from Trenton residents interested in becoming Civic Trustees, who will work together to identify and gain adoption of proven solutions for problems facing their city.
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