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May2017
[Originally appeared on NorthJersey.com] Everyone in the New York-metro region, especially New Jersey residents, knows how valuable our rail infrastructure is. From commuters who take NJ Transit every day to jobs in New York to visitors and travelers across our region, nearly a million people rely on ... Read More
May 5, 2017John Flores
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Jan2017
[The following Op-Ed from ELEC Chairman Greg Lalevee originally appeared in NJSpotlight.com on January 13, 2017] Fixing pipes should be a priority for all New Jerseyans, not just because of worries about lead but because of deeper structural problems. This fall, New Jersey took an important step towards improving our ... Read More
January 13, 2017John Flores
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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
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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
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Sep2015
The day after ELEC Chairman Greg Lalevee participated in the New Jersey Business Summit Infrastructure Panel, NJ Senate President Stephen Sweeney, Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr., Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, and Assembly Minority Leader Jon Branmick sat down at the Legislative Leadership Panel and agreed that the state's infrastructure ... Read More
September 18, 2015John Flores