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Another big drop in Central Jersey gas prices
    It's yet another big drop for Central Jersey gas prices in WCTC's weekly survey, with regular down more than 30-cents since mid-July.  Here are the Central Jersey averages, followed by the AAA national average for the week ending August 22nd:       Regular - Central Jersey: $3.14, down 6-cents; National:  $3.44, down 3-cents.       Mid-grade - Central Jersey:  $3.45, down 5-cents; National:  $3.63, unchanged.       Premium - Central Jersey:  $3.60, down 7-cents; National:  $3.81, down 2-cents.       Local averages are calculated using the prices at ten gas stations in Edison, Franklin, New Brunswick, North Brunswick and South Brunswick.  The national average is calculated by using the AAA's fuel gauge report, which can be found here.
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A Woodbridge man gets 5 years in prison for performing unlicensed asbestos work
A judge in Union County has sentenced a Woodbridge man to five years in state prison for performing unsafe asbestos work at numerous schools and homes through his unlicensed business.  52-year-old William Muzzio pleaded guilty back in March to violating regulatory laws.  He also previously admitted to releasing hazardous asbestos dust and debris at a daycare center in Union County.  Muzzio - in a sentence handed down Friday - also must pay restitution of nearly 20-thousand dollars to five clients, including the New Jersey Department of Labor and the Edison Board of Education, where he did unlicensed work at the John Marshall Elementary School.
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Computer glitch voids thousands of red light camera tickets in New Jersey
About 17,000 tickets to drivers charged with running red lights in New Jersey have been voided because of a computer glitch.  The state sent a letter to 17 towns that have contracts with American Traffic Solutions notifying them of the problem.  A state judiciary spokeswoman says the company said computer problems between May 28 and June 30 resulted in motorists not receiving notices of violations.  Judiciary spokeswoman Winnie Comfort says New Jersey law requires that if a ticket hasn't been served within 90 days, it must be dismissed.  An ATS spokesman says a server configuration change caused the glitch.  The red light camera program has been the target of criticism and legal challenges that claim the timing of yellow lights doesn't give motorists enough time to put on their brakes.
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Lagrest class in Port Authority history graduates
The Port Authority Police Department graduated the largest class in the department's 86-year history Friday morning, with two sons of officers killed in the line of duty during the 9/11 attacks among the 249 cadets who received their badges during a ceremony in Elizabeth.   Officers Patrick Gorman, Liam Huczko and the others bring the department to its highest staffing level ever, with nearly 1,800 officers.  The agency says the 210 men and 39 women include 111 New Jerseyans and 136 New Yorkers.  There is also a resident each from Pennsylvania and Connecticut.  The new officers received extensive training in counter-terrorism, firefighting and first aid.  Many will be assigned to the World Trade Center.
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