In New Jersey, Nonessential businesses ordered Have Been closed

The New Jersey Department of Transportation is ordering nonessential businesses in Garden State to be closed on Tuesday, February 20, 2020. All schools will be closed in Ocean County due to the PSE&G underground power lines. Most businesses will also be closed and many road will be closed due to this storm.”

Notice of the closures has been issued to the directors of all four non-substitutable companies located in the Garden State. The announcement is classified as Level 4 Alert – and means that Governor Phil Murphy will be activating the New Jersey State Police State Emergency Response Team and activating the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management.

The state’s New Jersey Organized Labor Council has teamed up with two other New Jersey trade organizations to urge you to be prepared for the next storm, maintaining that it’s never too early to plan ahead.

New Jersey’s minimum wage will increase tomorrow by a penny to $8.35.

New Jersey Gas Tax will be $2.09 for the next 60 days, starting tomorrow, February 21, 2020.

The Murphy administration will also be activating the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness on Sunday, February, 24, with Special Assistance Commander, Major General Chris Tutko overseeing a coordinated emergency response for the entire state.

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