TRENTON - The Senate Transportation Committee released legislation that would increase the reporting requirements of the state’s Financial Policy Review Board regarding the state Transportation Trust Fund (TTF).
The bill, A3059, sponsored by Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-19) of Sayreville, would grant the state Financial Policy Review Board additional oversight powers. Specifically, it would require the board to report to the Legislature.
On an annual basis, the board must report:
The bill calls for the following information to be reported quarterly by the board:
The bill would also require the Financial Policy Review Board, with assistance from the DOT, to create a public website on which the reports would be posted.
The committee released the bill with no opposition.
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"It's incredible, it's a dream. I would never have imagined that I would be running for mayor, but to have Ken Gibson say that, I didn't expect it. Having Ken Gibson on my side is the ultimate reference check. It's the ultimate in street credibility. Mr. Gibson said it, when he was running for mayor, people said that they weren't ready, but Mr. Gibson said 'ready or not, here I come.' I think that's apropos for my campaign. Newark is ready for this." Newark Mayoral candidate Ras Baraka- PolitickerNJ.com
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