Pine grew up on the North Shore with a Filipina mother and a haole father. She also spoke out against the arrest of protesters who opposed the Kahuku wind farm and the Honolulu Police Commission’s. Civil Beat has been named the best overall news site in Hawaii for the 9th year in a row by the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter. Pine has advocated for using federal aid funding to pay for villages of 5,000 tiny homes that could be used during the coronavirus outbreak and beyond. PINE BEACH, NJ — Ocean County Freeholder John J. Bartlett Jr., the driving force behind of much of the county's park system and its longest-serving member, died Wednesday following a lengthy battle with cancer.
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Borough of Seaside Heights Elected to the District 2 commission seat in 2018, he and his wife, Catherine, live in Parkland Isles with their five children: Hayes, 6, … Borough of Beachwood Last year, Pine sponsored Bill 7 which offered developers incentives, including tax breaks, in exchange for building units for people making 100% of the area median income – units that would stay affordable in perpetuity. “If we had places for people to go, they wouldn’t be living on the street.”. Pine is a former state legislator and two-term City Council member.
“I felt this tax would go straight to be used for projects that we don’t need, like the Blaisdell Center,” she said. “So a lot of people were just hoping that by joining another party, maybe that could change things.”. Pine said she would’ve liked it to be 20 to 30 years.
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I just took the opposite of what the (other) person was.”, Asked to clarify what she means, Pine said she wasn’t a Republican “in terms of what is considered a Republican today.”, “People were looking for an alternative to what they saw as a powerful status quo that no longer cared about the people at the time,” she said. Township Bartlett was born in Lakewood and moved to Pine Beach in 1947, where he and his wife, Peggy, raised their family. When she was the chair of the Zoning, Planning and Housing Committee, the council passed, , an “inclusionary zoning” measure, required developers to set aside affordable units when constructing residences with more than 10 units. Freeholders continuing efforts to serve the senior community.
“I just want to create a city that is affordable, efficient, safe and most importantly resilient with an economy that no longer depends on the outside world to feed our families and to pay us to make a living.”. that ultimately passed. to speed up permitting and stimulate the economy.
She noted that