news-elec-greg-2016-publicq2-1200×627

03

Nov2016
As published in the Asbury Park Press: "Now that Gov. Chris Christie, the Senate and the Assembly have joined together on a bipartisan compromise to reauthorize the Transportation Trust Fund, New Jersey’s infrastructure will have a much-needed influx of long-term funding. Regardless of how New Jerseyans feel about the ... Read More
November 3, 2016John Flores
News-TTF-2016v2_1200x627

30

Sep2016
“The news that Legislative leaders and the Governor have come to an agreement to fund the Transportation Trust Fund is a welcome and much needed relief for New Jersey’s workers, residents, and our ailing infrastructure system. Our construction workers and engineers play a pivotal role in keeping New Jersey’s complex ... Read More
September 30, 2016John Flores
News-2016_-Greg-BudgetResponse-1200×627

16

Feb2016
"'Thousands of bridges are crumbling, New Jerseyans are paying an extra $600 a year on automobile repairs directly related to our dilapidated roads, and property taxes will go up as municipalities are cut off from much needed funds for local projects,' Lalevee said. 'The Governor needs to work in a ... Read More
February 16, 2016John Flores
News_30s_spot-2016Q1_1200x627

13

Jan2016
The Operating Engineers of Local 825 work through inclement weather, darkness of night and other challenges to maintain NJ's transportation complex infrastructure, and do so more efficiently than most other states. Special interests are falsely claiming that New Jersey road construction costs are wildly inflated. We need a bipartisan solution ... Read More
January 13, 2016John Flores
PowerList150Lalevee

18

Nov2015
ELEC Chairman/IUOE Local 825 Business Manager has been named to PolitickerNJ's 2015 Power List, the definitive list of the state's leaders (excluding elected officials). Whether he's participating in NJ Spotlight Roundtable discussions about pipelines or commenting on the need to fund the Transportation Trust Fund (#NJTTF), Lalevee is constantly criss-crossing ... Read More
November 18, 2015John Flores