Muster for Viewing on Wed 9/24 will be 1900-1915, staging will be behind the Funeral Home (Pancoast Funeral Home, 676 So. Main Rd, Vineland, NJ). Please, no apparatus. Full group Firefighter walk-through will be conducted at 1930. Muster for Funeral services on Thurs 9/25 is 1030-1045. Please, no fire apparatus. Staging area will […]
President Donnelly responds to Christie mockery of pension system....
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The NJFMBA has compiled the tax breakdowns for every municipality in New Jersey, find yours: http://www.njpropertytaxfacts.org/ The NJ State Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association (NJFMBA) is comprised of over 5,000 active and retired career firefighters, EMS and dispatchers throughout the State of New Jersey. The NJFMBA is dedicated to serving the needs of the public through […]
Governor Christie continues his misguided practices and attempts to push further reform on the men and woman on the front lines of defense for NJ. He recently issued an Executive order and added another Trenton commission to provide a detailed study and recommendations on pensions. NJ currently has individual boards and an investment council for […]
LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP – It was the first time Gov. Chris Christie had come to any event in Republican-red Ocean County where the protesters outnumbered his supporters. And these were not just ordinary protesters — they were police officers and firefighters in the hundreds from all over New Jersey, outraged that Christie on Tuesday had come […]
WIMBERLY, CRYAN & SINGLETON BILL PROTECTING EMPLOYEE PENSION PAYMENTS FROM BEING HIJACKED BY CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION GAINS ASSEMBLY APPROVAL Measure Would Bar Administration from Using Increased Employee Contributions to Offset State’s Obligation (TRENTON) – By a vote of 51-28, the General Assembly on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Benjie Wimberly, Joseph Cryan and Troy Singleton […]
After a long fought battle, a bill was passed in both the Senate and Assembly that extends the cap on interest arbitration until 2017. The bill was fast tracked over the past week, without hearings in either the Senate or Assembly committees, and instead moved directly to a floor vote after a compromise was […]