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Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey

511 Valley Street
Maplewood, New Jersey 07040

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  • Igor Nasonov
    commented 2021-04-29 08:42:56 -0400
    Please help me transmit this letter to United States Representatives from New Jersey


    The “Email Me” form on the Congress website is not available for me.


    Igor Nasonov

    Moscow Russia


    Correspondence address:

    Street January 25, 12-66, city of Voronezh

    Russia, 394063

    April 29, 2021


    Donald Norcross U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 1st congressional district


    Jeff Van Drew U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 2nd congressional district


    Andy Kim U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district


    Chris Smith U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 4th congressional district


    Josh Gottheimer U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 5th congressional district


    Frank Pallone U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 6th congressional district


    Tom Malinowski U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 7th congressional district


    Albio Sires U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 8th congressional district


    Bill Pascrell U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 9th congressional district


    Donald Payne Jr. U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 10th congressional district


    Mikie Sherrill U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 11th congressional district


    Bonnie W. Coleman U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 12th congressional district


    Washington, DC 20510


    Dear Representatives


    I ’m a man from Russia.

    There are many sensible people in Russia.

    I intend to express my sincere good wishes.


    The United States has told the UN Security Council that it will work with allies to bring to justice those who violate international law, including “by restricting funds for malicious activities."


    The money Russia could earn from pumping its gas to Europe via Nord Stream 2 would likely later be used by the Kremlin to destabilize the West through targeted poisoning attacks (e.g., Sergei Skripal and Alexei Navalny), disinformation campaigns, interfering with democratic processes, cyberattacks, coup d’etat, military aggressions, etc.


    “The new project would permit new technologies to be placed along the pipeline route, and that is a threat,” said the deputy assistant secretary of state for energy diplomacy back in 2018 during her visit to Berlin. Similar concerns have been voiced by Swedish minister of national defense with regard to Nord Stream.


    “If anyone decides to engage with Russia, they are in fact doing business with the Russian security apparatus,” Poland’s Minister-Special Services Coordinator Mariusz Kamiński underscored as he delivered the keynote address at a conference hosted by the Washington, D.C. – based Wilson Center in 2019.


    https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/commentary/2021/03/31/putins-pipeline-of-aggression-how-the-nord-stream-2-threatens-the-west/


    The controversial Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project will definitely be completed this year, Viktor Zubkov, chairman of the board of directors of Russia’s gas giant Gazprom, said on Friday |Mar 26, 2021|.


    “The active work is underway, with quite a bit remaining to be done,” Zubkov told reporters, as carried by Russian news agency TASS. “It will surely be completed this year, definitely,” Zubkov noted.


    https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Gazprom-Nord-Stream-2-Construction-To-Be-Completed-In-2021.html

    https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Gazprom-Nord-Stream-2-Construction-To-Be-Completed-In-2021.amp.html


    Gas will be the strongest-growing fossil fuel and will increase by 0.9 percent from 2020 to 2035. It is the only fossil fuel expected to grow beyond 2030, peaking in 2037. From 2035 to 2050, gas demand will decline by 0.4 percent. This relatively moderate decline is due to hard-to-replace gas use in the chemical and industrial sectors, which limits the impact of an accelerating decline in gas used for power.

    | Global gas outlook to 2050 | February 26, 2021 | Report McKinsey & Company.


    https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/oil-and-gas/our-insights/global-gas-outlook-to-2050


    Russia’s gas giant Gazprom believes that pipeline natural gas could be compatible with the global climate goals of greenhouse gas reduction and Europe’s commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050, according to Elena Burmistrova, Director General of Gazprom Export.


    https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Can-Natural-Gas-Survive-The-Energy-Transition.html


    However, many politicians believe that sanctions against Nord Stream 2 are an effective tool to deter malicious activity.


    Poland and Ukraine call on U.S. President Joe Biden to use all means at his disposal to prevent the project Nord Stream 2 from completion.


    https://www.politico.eu/article/nord-stream-2-pipeline-has-damaged-the-west-enough-time-to-put-an-end-to-it/amp/


    Michael McCaul is the ranking member on the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Jim Risch is the ranking member on the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations released a joint statement about the fact that the time for action is now. “We urge Biden to stop dragging his feet on this issue and implement, without delay, the mandatory U.S. sanctions on all vessels and companies currently working to complete the Nord Stream 2 pipeline”.


    https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/03/29/biden-russia-putin-germany-nord-stream-2-sanctions-congress/


    While the Europeans are concerned about the prospects of deploying military infrastructure along the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, russians is concerned about the prospect of continuing to finance the construction of a concentration camp system.


    “I have to admit that the Russian prison system was able to surprise me,” Navalny posted on Instagram along with an old photo of himself with a close-cropped haircut.

    “I had no idea that it was possible to arrange a real concentration camp 100km from Moscow.”

    Navalny added that he was in Penal Colony No 2 in the town of Pokrov, Vladimir, with a “freshly shaven head”.


    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/15/alexei-navalny-moved-to-concentration-camp-known-for-strict-control


    The regime of detention in concentration camps of this type can be torture for some prisoners.


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=xJJBjy7S-Os&feature=share

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=xJJBjy7S-Os&feature=share


    Lead Republican Michael McCaul and Chairman Gregory W. Meeks of the House Foreign Affairs Committee released a joint statement about the fact that Putin regime be held accountable for its shameless corruption.


    However, if we take into account the joint investigation of Bellingcat, The Insider and Der Spiegel, with the participation of CNN, we should conclude not so much for its shameless corruption about shameless serial killers.


    https://www.dw.com/ru/bellingcat-i-the-insider-o-zhertvah-sledivshih-za-navalnym-sotrudnikov-fsb/a-56358834


    We are talking about serial murders in the personal interests of specific individuals.

    It is believed that the number of people killed is much higher than the investigators found out Bellingcat, The Insider and Der Spiegel with the participation of CNN.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibqiet6Bg38


    U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in an interview broadcast on Sunday / March 28, 2021. / that it was ultimately up to those building the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline whether to complete it despite opposition from Washington | March 28, 2021. |


    https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2021-03-28/blinken-says-up-to-nord-stream-2-builders-whether-to-finish-pipeline


    From the above statement of the Secretary of State, it follows that the possibilities for blocking malicious activity in the part of the Nord Stream-2 are significantly limited.

    Thus, the initiative to block the financing of malicious activities in other ways, voiced by the United States, meets the interests of the survival of the Russian people.

    I will explain what the essence of the current situation is for the people of Russia.

    Now the export of raw materials from Russia has collapsed.

    However, a strong domestic economy that could support demand has been destroyed in Russia over several decades. After all, the dominant management model chosen was based only on the export of raw materials.

    Money in circulation is artificially compressed. People’s ability to pay is destroyed. The optimism of the people is destroyed. Qualified manufacturers are in the doldrums.

    Additionally, in some jurisdictions, there is a vicious style of domestic policy: “every ruble in people’s pockets is a resource in the hands of the opposition.” An aggressive management culture prevails, aimed at destroying the rights of a well-intentioned person.

    In fact, organized crime is an element of aggressive governance and the suppression of human rights.

    It has already reached the point of recreating the system of concentration camps on the type of Stalin’s Gulag

    People are actually deprived of the opportunity to run their own business and provide for themselves.


    Citation:

    Russia has no shortage of innovators, risk-takers and freethinking entrepreneurs. But their country is not built for them. Sooner or later, the state security apparatus makes its unwelcome appearance.

    The New York Times

    By Anton Troianovski Nov. 1, 2020


    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/01/world/europe/russia-wine-black-sea.html


    At the same time, they invest a lot of money in their ownpropaganda channels to support their disinformation efforts.

    They leverages outlets that masquerade as news sites or research institutions to spread these false and misleading narratives.

    Instead of sound social and economic policies Russia has adopted an array of laws handing Russia new powers to restrict U.S. social media giants and label individuals “foreign agents”.

    People are being unfairly turned against the United States.

    Meanwhile, ESG-focused business practices are gaining popularity around the world (Environmental, Social, and Managerial ESG Criteria).

    “Policymakers around the world have signalled that full employment, and increased income for low-income households is a key part of post-covid policy,” Goldman Sachs says.

    The emerging policy consensus around recovery is that what has been a social rather than a financial crisis will need a social fix.

    Such redistribution policies are commodities-positive since lower-income households tend to spend more of the extra money they receive.

    The opportunities for the United States to interact with its partners in the field of financial security are very significant.

    American economic power is the best deterrent.


    The funds confiscated under the implementation of the new Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (AMLA) can be a source of funding to help decarbonize all socio-economic life, as well as ESG practices.


    https://reneweconomy.com.au/how-the-clean-energy-revolution-can-tackle-the-human-rights-challenge/


    I ask you to consider, together with your allies, the possibility of blocking of foreign assets of Russian individuals, estimated value of assets is about one trillion dollars / Laid down in the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA; P.L. 115-44); bill Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act (DASKA) and bill Holding Russia Accountable for Malign Activities Act of 2020/; the new Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (AMLA); in the quality the “series of discreet measures” to “impose a price greater than one they might have expected”.


    I ask you to consider, together with your allies, the legislative possibility of forming a model of direct financing for the popularization of the decarbonization of the economy and the popularization of ESG practices; from funds estimated at about one trillion dollars / Laid down in the Law on Countering America’s Adversaries through Sanctions (CAATSA; P. L. 115-44); the bill on protecting American security from Kremlin aggression (DASKA) and the bill on holding Russia accountable for malicious activities of 2020; the new Law on Combating Money Laundering of 2020 (AMLA).


    I ask you to consider the legislative possibility of forming a model for direct financing of Russians, similar to paragraph 15 of the European Parliament resolution of September 17, 2020 on the situation in Russia (2020/2777 (RSP)).


    https://www.europarl.europa.eu/doceo/document/TA-9-2020-0232_EN.html


    Yours sincerely,


    Igor (Vladimirovich) Nasonov.

    Tel: +7 996 451 34 58




    Signature of the applicant:

    Igor Vladimirovich Nasonov

    The passport of the citizen of the Russian Federation:


    Series 2004 number 318305;

    issued 19.11.2004; unit code 362-001;

    date of birth – 22.08.1976 г.

    address – Street January 25 12-66, city of Voronezh, Russia, 394063


    PayPal: [email protected]
  • Andrew Bolt
    commented 2021-04-23 21:27:27 -0400
    Dear Assemblywoman Jasey,


    Thank you for your service to our State of New Jersey. I am writing to request our state recognize the value of celebrating high school graduation with extended family and loved ones. High school graduation is an opportunity to recognize accomplishment, a particularly important opportunity in light of the extra effort students, teachers and administrators have made to overcome the threat of a pandemic. Graduation ceremonies, and especially outdoor ceremonies, will be safer than many of the activities already approved by our state and the CDC. Our schools have proven the ability to safely administer gatherings. Let’s recognize this special year of accomplishment by allowing more normal sized attendance at high school graduations.


    Sincerely yours,

    Andy Bolt
  • Peter Schlicksup
    commented 2021-04-22 10:13:08 -0400
    Dear Governor and elected officials,


    I am respectfully writing you as a concerned parent of a high school senior that will graduate in June. I clearly recognize and have heartfelt sympathy for the adverse impacts that COVID-19 has had on so many individuals, families and businesses during the past 13+ months. Everyone has been impacted by COVID-19, either by illness and/or loss of a friend, relative and/or the COVID-19 protocols. I also recognize that the evolving COVID-19 protocols should have the impact of protecting the citizens of New Jersey. Candidly, if we are honest with ourselves some of the rules do not make sense and are not strictly enforced. For example, I can travel to New York, which has horrendous COVID-19 positivity rates, and return to New Jersey and not quarantine, but travel to other states with more favorable positivity rates relative to New Jersey and have to quarantine upon my return to New Jersey. In addition, the malls are stuffed with patrons, indoor restaurants are also filling up and 8 diners can sit at a table in a restaurant with multiple tables of 8 customers, and the airports and airplanes are filling up. I also believe that the current restrictions regarding outdoor gatherings, and by extension graduation ceremonies, do not make sense, and have the potential to further adversely impact New Jersey high school seniors and their families.


    All high school seniors have had a very unfortunate and unique high school senior year experience, that I hope will not have to be repeated by another senior class. The good news is that in light of the vaccine rollout, and other progress made to date to address COVID-19, I do not expect other classes will have to face similar issues in the future. I understand that you intend to provide guidance “soon” regarding high school senior graduation activities. I implore you to provide this guidance immediately, rather than waiting for a future press conference. The schools need time to react, adjust and address the guidance. Further, I hope that the guidance makes sense. For example, consider eliminating or significantly expanding limits on outdoor graduation ceremonies. I understand that Connecticut allows for attendance up to 10,000 people or 50% of capacity of outdoor venues including amphitheaters, and Virginia has announced that graduation events held outdoors will be capped at 5,000 people or 30 percent of the venue capacity, whichever is less. Please do what makes sense in light of the science, and also what is in the best interest for the 2021 graduation class and the families of these students.


    Thanks in advance for your consideration.


    Sincerely,

    Pete and Susie Schlicksup


    cc: New Jersey Department of Health

    Jack McKeon

    Mila Jacey
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    commented 2021-04-06 11:47:10 -0400
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  • Tracey Flanagan
    commented 2021-03-30 08:21:31 -0400
    Dear Assemblywoman,


    Please support a Vaccine Bill Of Rights,

    As your constituent, I’m asking you to advocate for a Bill of Rights in NJ, as modeled after the resolution proposed by America’s Frontline Doctors.

    The rights of the people to decide for themselves whether to get vaccinated must be protected against any proposed government mandates. Below are links for further information

    Thank you for acting to support your constituents rights!


    https://www.statnews.com/2021/02/23/federal-law-prohibits-employers-and-others-from-requiring-vaccination-with-a-covid-19-vaccine-distributed-under-an-eua/


    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaccine-mandates-an-erosion-of-civil-rights-chd-e-book-available-now/
  • Robert Roe
    commented 2021-02-27 10:14:22 -0500
    Now that J&J vaccine is approved, let’s get the school teachers vaccine priority to help get the schools back open.
  • Barbara Flowers, APN, EMT
    commented 2021-01-22 17:43:14 -0500
    Dear Assemblyman,I hope this year will get better.I think it is very important to move A1760 along for the health of the residents. Nurse Practitioner research support the care we provide. Over half states of the United States have already passed and support independent practice to our level trained. This will allow many to receive the continued healthcare needed. If you any question please let me know 973-768-0482. 
  • John F Hoover
    commented 2021-01-02 14:12:49 -0500
    Thank you for participating in the Madison Reoprghaniztiojn meeting today. It was a please to see and hear you.
  • Kelly Piccola
    commented 2020-12-09 09:50:01 -0500
    A large group of parents have banded together to push for answers from the district, with an aim to further push for rigor and agility in the district’s planning such that return of at least some students (those most negatively impacted) to in person schooling can occur next year – there’s a petition going around with more than 1000 signatures thus far. Attached below is the petition that has been circulating.


    https://www.change.org/p/superintendent-dr-ronald-taylor-and-school-board-save-our-young-learners-reopen-our-schools-by-january-2021?recruiter=87733085&recruited_by_id=63bfa420-b68b-11e3-abd6-2bf3ae7ebd82&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=petition_dashboard


    Please know that this group is very much in support of our teachers, and that this effort is in no way intended to suggest that teachers have not been absolutely amazing throughout the virtual learning process. Indeed, the consensus among parents is that the teachers have engaged in Herculean efforts with respect to their classes and families.


    Additionally, this group is hosting a rally on December 12, 2020 to encourage the district to make a safe and informed decision to get the kids back in school.


    For more information about this group and our requests, please visit: https://www.somasrs.org/


    Thank you for your time.


    SOMA For Safe Return to Schools – Leadership Committee
  • Marianne Mcconnell
    commented 2020-12-02 19:18:38 -0500
    So sorry to hear about the anti-choice protesters. Thank you for standing up for a women’s right to choose.
  • Mitchell Krask
    commented 2020-11-08 14:22:24 -0500
    Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 11/08/2020


    I am a resident of Caldwell, NJ and am sending this message to let you know that I STRONGLY OBJECT to the passage of bill S-3030/A-4848 “Reproduction Freedom Act” and please ask that you vote NO AGAINST passage of this bill. I believe that ALL humans should NOT have their life aborted, including those in the womb, and have the right to a natural life and death. Thank you.
    Mitchell C. Krask
    512 Bloomfield Avenue-Apt. #7F
    Caldwell, New Jersey 07006
  • Joseph Juliano
    commented 2020-11-06 02:03:58 -0500
    Hon Mila Jasey
  • Mathew Parayil
    commented 2020-10-20 08:42:16 -0400
    Assemblywoman Jasey,


    My name is Mathew Parayil. I’m a resident of Livingston, NJ in District 27. I was reaching out to your office to express my support for A-1200 / S-1820 for Ranked Choice Voting.


    Ranked choice voting is important because I believe the best governance comes when our representatives truly reflect the majority of our population. The successful implementation in Maine leads me to wonder why it hasn’t passed in New Jersey.


    Will you be able to sponsor the bill along with Assemblyman Zwicker, Assemblywoman Chaparro, and Assemblyman Chiaravalloti? Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if I can assist in any way.


    Thank you for your time.


    Sincerely,


    Mathew Parayil
  • David Whetton
    commented 2020-09-28 19:18:40 -0400
    Dear Mila Jasey,,


    My wife has been a high school educator for 28 years and has EARNED and accrued 180 sick days. She has been a faithful servant to her school district, rarely taking a sick day, and indeed, encouraged not to with the threat of being reprimanded.


    I urge you to not support the impending legislation (A1851)proposed by Senate President Sweeney as it will harm teachers financially when they retire. If an earnings cap is placed on accrued sick leave the teacher body will use their leave which will in turn harm the district and children’s learning capabilities. Imagine the quality of teaching if classrooms are filled with substitute teachers!


    Teachers have been vilified and financially hit over and over again. Please don’t let this be another time that this occurs.
  • Geoffrey Thomas
    commented 2020-09-27 20:44:15 -0400
    Dear Ms Jasy,

    I work retail full-time at a store in Morris County. Please confirm you will support the draft legislation from Assembly members Caputo and Vaineri Huttle and others to permit fines to be levied on citizens who refuse to wear masks in retail establishments.

    Please let me know your thinking on this critical issue. Thank you!
  • Sanford Kimmel
    commented 2020-09-11 16:38:54 -0400
    I have been monitoring closely the developments related to the upcoming mail in election. I noted on the Essex County Clerk web site (NJ Voter Public Access Sign Up) that you can sign in to set up an arrangement where the county would confirm by email receipt of a dropped off or mail in ballot. I tried registering using the instructions and it did not work. I replied on the County Clerk email and by calling his office but were unable to communicate with that office. Could you find out the following:


    1. Is the site operative? I know the state is scrambling to get the infrastructure in place to set up this feedback system. If it is not currently working, could your staff be able to find out when or who to contact to confirm when it will be operable?

    2. The current system is not clear in what needs to be input. It requires that a Voter ID needs to be established. However, it is not clear if you designate the ID or is it a number assigned by NJ? When I tried to establish one it would not accept what I put in even when I followed the rules provided.

    3. There 3 choices for establishing the validity in setting up your ID: Drivers License number, 4 digits of your Social Security number and anther choice. I tried with my license and SS # and both did not work. Not sure if this relates to question 1 above or something else.


    I know I am an early adopter in trying to use this new system. However, like many of my fellow citizens there is a great deal of concern about the voting process and the ability of the mail or drop box collection to handle the heavy load of ballots expected for the upcoming election.


    I would very much appreciate if your office could research and get back to me.


    Thank you.


    Sanford Kimmel
  • Janice Miller
    commented 2020-08-21 07:44:08 -0400
    Dear jaseyforassembly.org team,


    I’ve written a disaster safety guide and thought it would be helpful to your readers after checking out your website. If you’re interested, I’d be happy to send a copy your way for you to review and consider adding to your website.


    Is that something you want me to do?


    Thank you for your time,


    Jan
  • Sanford Cosenzo
    commented 2020-08-12 16:02:26 -0400
    District 27 Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey I would like to personally thank you for your commitment to the education and well being of the children. My son is going to be a senior at Mount Olive High School this fall and will turning 17 this September. He plays fall sports. My question is, does the Bridge Year Pilot Program cover fall and winter sports if they are affected by COVID-19 canceling the 2020 season? Academically he has struggled with virtual learning and could use another year of in person instruction. The article I read states spring sports. At your convenience would you please inform me if that will be changed in the event fall and winter sports are cancelled?


    Thank you in advance. I appreciate your time and consideration.
  • Paul Cox
    commented 2020-08-03 23:33:55 -0400
    Although I do not live in your district, I am writing to you because of the bill you are sponsoring that would send special ed students and their educators to school while general ed students and teachers remain safe at home.


    As a parent of a special ed child I am shocked after reading the bill that you are sponsoring. All around us people who are not treating Covid-19 seriously are dying. You want to shield the general population from this risk, but subject children that can’t defend or speak for themselves and their educators to possible infection.


    As an advocate, I have fought to years for a least restrictive environment for my child. I have fought to protect him from being used as a pawn in the education system to fill a quota in an inappropriate school program. And now you want to protect the general population by providing a safe remote learning environment for them and use the special ed children as a sacrificial lamb just so you can feel good that there is some in person schooling being provided.


    Stop using those who can’t speak for themselves to justify an unsafe and unfair plan that puts them and their educators at risk
  • ruthelyn elkin
    commented 2020-08-02 21:26:27 -0400
    Schools are not ready to open for in-person learning as you are well aware. As an educator, I fear for my life and have spent endless hours of personal time and money to provide a large caseload of speech and language students the most effective live on-line instruction over the last few months.

    There is no equity in special educators and related service providers returning to an unsafe in-person environment that is not safe enough for ALL students and staff. I ask that you please reconsider this bill as it puts staff and students in harms way and is unjust.
  • ruthelyn elkin
    commented 2020-08-02 21:16:06 -0400
    ruthelyn elkin
  • Eleanor Lesperance
    commented 2020-07-31 08:57:41 -0400
    Eleanor Lesperance
  • Helen Cox
    commented 2020-07-29 15:25:58 -0400
    I am dismayed by the bill that I just read about which you are apparently sponsoring. You are right – schools are not ready to open. As an educator, I am afraid to go in to school and did my very best to provide live on-line instruction for my students this spring. How can you say that it is unsafe for students to return to school and say that related service providers should go in person. There is no equity in that. Please reconsider the parameters of what you are proposing. If you feel it is truly safe for me, as a speech-language specialist to provide in person therapy, I would invite to sit next to me while I do it.
  • Jany Sabins
    commented 2020-06-28 08:32:39 -0400
    I spent the morning on the phone with a friend from Paramus, NJ, who described the voting fraud that occurred there. Her neighbor ran for office, and received a post-election package telling her that 14% of her votes were invalidated for late arrival (my friend mailed her vote over a week in advance) and a miscellaneous category that was unexplained. The voters will never know that there vote was invalidated. There is little reason to expect that this is different in other areas or in the federal arena.


    That gives us three options: (1) vote in person; (2) hand in your vote at the local elections office; (3) vote by certified mail, return receipt requested. Many of us can’t do the first two, and the third represents a poll tax that many are unwilling or unable to pay, AND I don’t even know if you can mail in a vote by certified RRR.


    Please advise on the last question.
  • Jarteau Israel
    commented 2020-06-24 12:28:37 -0400
    Hello and Good afternoon. Your office endorsed my renewal application for my notary public that is expiring on June 25, 2020. Immediately thereafter, I sent it to the Department of Treasury for processing. It has been over a month and I haven’t heard anything. Through your office, can I please make an inquiry. While I understand the Covid 19 situation, yet I still think that it is beyond the processing time.
  • Nancy Heins-Glaser
    commented 2020-06-10 16:04:13 -0400
    Hello Lindy and Mary and Mila:


    I left a message for a call back if at all possible. It relates to a former south orange resident.


    I hope to speak with you about another matter too; Dr. Phylis Peterman
  • Linda Sperco
    commented 2020-05-18 23:27:40 -0400
    Dear Assemblywoman Jasey:

    I am a small business owner in Maplewood and while the state’s shutdown of non-essential businesses has been economically disastrous to me and my family, I applaud and support Governor Murphy’s actions because no one can put a price on our health.
    However, as the state’s economy begins to re-open I am concerned that my type of business does not seem to have a place in the plan.
    I am the sole proprietor of a dog training business specializing in teaching competitive dog sports.


    When will I be allowed to re-open? My classes are small; I have a maximum of six students in a class. This type of business naturally lends itself to social distancing; I teach the steps to a skill and then step back and observe and coach as each of my students follow my directions. I have a COVID-19 plan that includes social distancing, face covering requirements, disinfectant procedures and more.


    When will I be allowed to re-open? How will I know when I will be allowed to re-open?


    Thank you for your time. Please don’t let my type of business fall through the cracks.


    Best regards,


    Linda Sperco


    Linda Sperco

    Blue Ribbon Dog Sports Coaching

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  • David Green
    commented 2020-05-18 10:42:35 -0400
    I am writing on behalf of my boyfriend David Green. He has been employed by Bloomingdales for 2 years as a General Manager and due to Covid19 was furloughed on 4/4/2020, with 3/17/2020 the last day worked. On 3/22/2020 he filed for unemployment..


    On the initial claim as received a payment from a previous part time employer, but nothing from Bloomingdales. After that he received a Notice of Exhaustion which made no sense since he received no payments from his Bloomingdales account.


    He has tried calling every day and as most have found the calls do not get answered. He then filed a Reassertion claim Confirmation # NJS20013756827 on 4/28/2020 and has not heard back.


    Additionally he filed and appeal submission number 00145586 and has still heard nothing.


    When contacting Bloomingdales, he was told that they outsourced the filing of unemployment benefits to a 3rd party and they made mistakes on the filing by not giving weeks worked. This is now going on almost 8 weeks, without any income. He has exhausted his savings. David was living with me in Secaucus but moved to back to Pennsylvania to be with his children during COvid-19. He is supporting 2 children and cannot since he has no income.


    Please can you help.


    David Green

    SS# 5457

    Phone number 917-502-5464

    email [email protected]


    I can be reached as a backup if you are unable to reach him


    Randi Adelman

    phone 862-226-9017

    email [email protected]
  • Eileen McCaffrey
    commented 2020-05-07 20:33:42 -0400
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  • Barbara Schilling
    commented 2020-04-30 20:36:06 -0400
    I am writing because it is time to reopen New Jersey.  It is time to open houses of worship.  The people who are doing social distancing and are acting responsibly now will continue to do so in the future.  Quarantine of the healthy does not make sense.  There is no way to avoid the virus  It is the way things go in life. 

    Governor Murphy has stated that NJ needs to increase testing and contact tracing.  Here is my question.   How does the state plan to test and trace the almost 1 million illegal aliens who have been allowed to live and work in the state?  This is not a rhetorical question.  I would like an answer.

    Additionally, Governor Murphy has stated that he is open to giving illegal aliens $600 per week.  He has got to be kidding.  This is the equivalent of punching the American citizenry while we are down.  No money – zero – should be given to lawbreakers.  The economy is in freefall.  It is incomprehensible to me that any government official could even contemplate putting us further in debt by paying an illegal alien to sit home.

    Illegals took the risk of breaking our laws and coming here illegally.  They should have to live with the consequences of that risk, not be rewarded.  This is what we teach our children as they learn to make decisions in life and it is a good life lesson.

    Barbara SchillingWest Orange

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