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Recenty Sold Homes Near 14 Coolidge Ave

Property OverviewWhy rent when you can own this wonderful move in condition 3-Bedroom Half-Duplex Ranch. You will love the Harwood Floors throughout. City utilities and natural gas. Fantastic large level yard. Conveniently located to all major highways, shopping, and restaurants. A must see.Chart showing a history of this property's value.The estimate(s) shown, which come from one or more automated valuation model providers independent of Realtor.com®, represent information that may provide a helpful starting point...

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Why rent when you can own this wonderful move in condition 3-Bedroom Half-Duplex Ranch. You will love the Harwood Floors throughout. City utilities and natural gas. Fantastic large level yard. Conveniently located to all major highways, shopping, and restaurants. A must see.

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01/03/2023Sold$255,000 - GardenState
10/28/2022Price Changed$259,900 - GardenState
09/29/2022Listed$279,999 - GardenState
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7/10East Dover Elementary SchoolK - 6public4681 reviews0.9 mi
7/10Dover Middle School7 - 8public5114 reviews1 mi
5/10Dover High School9 - 12public9833 reviews1.8 mi

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NJDOL Reflects on a Year of Enhanced Worker Protections, Improved Unemployment Application as Garden State Touts More Workers, Employers Than Ever Before

TRENTON – New Jersey began 2023 with more workers and employers than at any time in the state's history. With its mission of providing opportunity, stability, and dignity in mind, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) reflected on its customer improvements over the past year, as the organization’s 3,000 dedicated employees begin the sixth year of carrying out Governor Murphy’s vision for a stronger, fairer economy.“This department – our entire state – ...

TRENTON – New Jersey began 2023 with more workers and employers than at any time in the state's history. With its mission of providing opportunity, stability, and dignity in mind, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) reflected on its customer improvements over the past year, as the organization’s 3,000 dedicated employees begin the sixth year of carrying out Governor Murphy’s vision for a stronger, fairer economy.

“This department – our entire state – was knocked off its axis in 2020, but New Jersey has seen an incredible recovery in the past year,” said Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo. “Our state has enacted stronger worker protections, including a higher minimum wage, paid sick days and expanded family leave. While alarmist naysayers insist enhanced worker protections lead to layoffs and business closings, the real data is clear: It is because of – not despite – these proactive measures that New Jersey is among the Northeast leaders in year-over-year employment growth."

UNEMPLOYMENT

The massive and sudden uptick in Unemployment Insurance claims resulting from the pandemic and the ever-changing provisions of the CARES Act have dwindled as more people have returned to work. Today, unemployment insurance claims hover at pre-pandemic levels as New Jersey’s economy bests its regional neighbors. NJDOL teams continue to work through cases that have been appealed, and some of the more nuanced claims for benefits. Though there still remains a need for more telephone assistance and the Department continues to seek additional staff, One-Stop Career Centers that offered unemployment assistance resumed in-person services in the spring. Since that time, nearly 60,000 claimants were able to conveniently address lingering issues on-site.

Any claimant wishing to make an in-person appointment to speak with a local unemployment specialist may do so at https://telegov.njportal.com/njdolui/AppointmentWizard.

In 2022, New Jersey launched the first of many planned improvements to the Unemployment Insurance system with a mobile-responsive, plain-language application. The initial application was redesigned in partnership with the New Jersey Office of Innovation as part of a comprehensive rethinking of communications with claimants. The new initial application has reduced the average completion time by 47 minutes. For a more detailed explanation about the new, user-friendly unemployment application: https://www.nj.gov/labor/lwdhome/press/2022/20220429_newapplication.shtml.

In addition, the State has begun reimagining its communications with claimants. Emails are being rewritten and designed to be clearer and more concise. Early feedback indicates the new emails are easier to follow and less confusing than similar communication received in the past.

LEAVE BENEFITS

Since January 2022, staff in the Temporary Disability (TDI) and Family Leave Insurance (FLI) divisions have reduced claims processing times by 50 percent. A new Community Outreach Team is helping to raise awareness of TDI/FLI benefits and has spread the word about these programs at 80 in-person and virtual events across the state.

In July, NJDOL awarded $1.1 million through its inaugural Cultivating Access, Rights, and Equity (CARE) grant to 13 grantees, including four collaboratives, totaling 28 organizations to facilitate equitable outreach, education, and access to New Jersey’s many generous benefits and protections programs for eligible workers, including Temporary Disability Insurance, Family Leave Insurance, and Earned Sick Leave. These trusted local organizations are able to educate a wide range of communities about their rights and benefits as New Jersey workers.

Also in July, Commissioner Asaro-Angelo announced the Maternity Coverage Timeline Tool, a new way for expecting parents to calculate coverage periods for TDI and FLI. The tool empowers parents by providing them a personalized timeline estimate of benefit coverage periods.

Developed in collaboration with the New Jersey State Office of Innovation, the tool helps expecting parents plan when and how to maximize their maternity leave.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

NJDOL’s Office of Compliance Enforcement collected a record number of fines and penalties in 2022 totaling more than $3 million, which is important not only to ensure workers are properly protected, but also because lack of proper workers’ compensation coverage is often a sign of worker misclassification.

MAKING SURE ALL EMPLOYEES ARE TREATED EQUALLY

Employee classification audits for the years 2014-2018 resulted in a $100 million payment from ride-share companies Uber and Raiser Inc. In 2022. It was the largest such payment in New Jersey history, covering 297,866 drivers.

WORKER PROTECTIONS

In August, the New Jersey Supreme Court in East Bay Drywall LLC vs New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development affirmed the Department’s methods of determining worker classification in a landmark ruling that warned against the “subterfuge” of employers who intentionally misclassify their workers and deny them “the public policy protections afforded by the ABC test.” Commissioner Asaro-Angelo at the time called the decision "a significant victory that validates the Murphy Administration's commitment to solidifying our laws as the gold standard of protecting workers." The case left no doubt that the facts of the employment relationship and the application of state laws to those facts dictate whether a worker is considered an employee or an independent contractor; simply issuing a 1099 or asking a worker to form an LLC is not enough, the court ruled, in a victory for both misclassified workers and for employers who play by the rules.

The Division of Wage and Hour and Contract Compliance also continued its field enforcement work, using stop-work orders to combat wage and hour and prevailing wage violations. To date, 85 stop-work orders have been issued and 31 contractors have been debarred for egregious prevailing wage violations.

NJDOL was granted an added enforcement tool in the ability to assess a penalty to employers who misclassify their workers. The penalty equals 5 percent of the misclassified worker’s gross earnings over the past 12 months. NJDOL has assessed $1,739,901 in penalties for 1,755 workers.

In September, NJDOL negotiated a landmark child labor settlement with Chipotle Restaurants covering all the popular chain’s New Jersey locations. Chipotle made a payment of $7.67 million to the Child Labor Trust Fund and repaid $85,000 in attorney fees to the Division for litigation costs. The settlement included an enhanced compliance agreement, which commits the fast-food chain to three years of self-audits; training for supervisors, managers and crew employees; and a system for workers to report potential child labor violations in any New Jersey-based store.

The Office of Public Safety and Occupational Health and Safety (PEOSH) led a first-of-its-kind inspection of beach patrols in response to two lifeguard fatalities in August 2021, and the growing concern over the safety of beach patrol unit employees in multiple towns. A total of 58 inspections statewide resulted in the issuance of 32 Hazard Awareness Letters on boat and/or lightning safety, 26 Orders to Comply, and 73 total violations relating to boat hazards, boat certifications, lightning policies, and recordkeeping.

Additionally, in executing the OSHA On-Site Consultation program, Department staff conducted 195 on-site safety consultations, tripling its projected goal of 60 site visits. These consultations, which are free and voluntary for employers, consist of initial site visits, training, education sessions, and follow-up to help New Jersey’s public employers maintain a safe and healthy workplace for their employees.

POSITIONING NEW JERSEY’S WORKFORCE

Apprenticeship has been a proven, successful career pipeline helping workers learn on the job while earning a paycheck. Since Governor Murphy took office in January 2018, New Jersey has added 563 Registered Apprenticeship programs, a 92 percent increase statewide. A total of 12,652 newly hired apprentices and 6,346 certificates of completion have been issued. Nearly $28 million in apprenticeship grants have been awarded since 2018, including $8.9 million to bolster the health care sector, as demand has increased due to the pandemic.

In December, NJDOL announced $325,000 in funding to support the Cannabis Apprenticeship Training Initiative which will educate and train workers to help cannabis businesses in New Jersey thrive and to build pathways for employees, particularly those in marginalized communities.

LOOKING AHEAD TO 2023

The Department’s unemployment modernization will pick up steam in 2023, with redesign of the self-service claim status page, a comprehensive update of email and paper notifications, upgrading the mainframe, and a new claimant intake application.

NJDOL will continue to call for federal action to reform the underlying unemployment laws and regulations that bog down so many New Jersey workers when assistance is most needed.

Additionally, NJDOL will continue its work developing groundbreaking digital workforce development tools to better serve New Jersey employers, workers and job seekers.

The Department will also be ramping up its Strategic Enforcement efforts to ensure no worker is denied any of the earnings or benefits they are entitled to under the state’s labor laws. These actions will focus on industries with a history of noncompliance with existing laws and on those whose employees are less likely to file complaints with the Department.

Finally, NJDOL will continue to devote resources to advancing the Governor’s economic development agenda.

“There’s no doubt we have a big mission spread across more than a dozen divisions, but thankfully this Department is made up of some of the most committed, resolute workers in state government,” said Commissioner Asaro-Angelo. “Our career employees are the legs this Department and our state government stand on, and they deserve our respect for the work they do day in and day out. They are the ones who will keep our state thriving in the new year.”

For more NJDOL news and highlights, please visit https://www.nj.gov/labor/lwdhome/press/.

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Women & Sport: Thanks to some NJ talent, NYU women's basketball team is 11-0, ranked No. 1

The New York University women’s basketball team is on a hot streak — thanks in part to the contributions of some talented players who hail from the Garden State.The Division 3 Violets are 11-0 after Saturday's 78-46 victory over Brandeis University and currently sit No. 1 in the nation in a D3hoops.com poll. The impressive season is far from over, with Saturday's game the Violets' first in University Athletic Association play."Obviously the most important ranking is the last one, but I am super p...

The New York University women’s basketball team is on a hot streak — thanks in part to the contributions of some talented players who hail from the Garden State.

The Division 3 Violets are 11-0 after Saturday's 78-46 victory over Brandeis University and currently sit No. 1 in the nation in a D3hoops.com poll. The impressive season is far from over, with Saturday's game the Violets' first in University Athletic Association play.

"Obviously the most important ranking is the last one, but I am super proud for this program to be acknowledged by the voters at D3hoops.com as the #1 team in the country for the first time in program history," said the team’s head coach, Meg Barber, in a statement last month. "Hopefully, it will fuel our work ethic over the break and into the gauntlet" of University Athletic Association play.

The team first earned the top ranking on Dec. 18 and has maintained the spot for two polling weeks in a row. It marked the first time in program history the squad earned the top spot since polling began in 1999.

The Violets have players from nine states, and even a player from Iceland. Three players on the roster hail from New Jersey: sophomores Chloe Teter of Little Silver and Belle Pellecchia of Mendham, and junior Jordan Janowski of Woodcliff Lake, who is currently injured.

Pellechia, who attended Rutgers Prep, was named this week to D3hoops.com’s Team of the Week. Entering Saturday's action she led the Violets in assists per game (5.1) and steals per game (2.4). At last week’s NYU Holiday Classic, the guard averaged 18 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks per game for the team’s pair of wins. The sophomore previously secured a spot on the First Team All-UAA and was honored as the UAA Rookie of the Year and UAA Defensive Player of the Year.

Teter, who was a three-year captain at Red Bank Regional, is the third-leading player on the Violets for steals per game (1.3). Janowski, who previously earned Second Team All-UAA honors prior to her injury, is a graduate of Saddle River Day School.

The Violets are a team worth keeping an eye on as they enter UAA play.

Keeping their No. 1 rank won’t be easy, with teams like Chicago also on an undefeated run, and Rochester and Emory so far only losing one game this season. The competition is expected to be tough.

Before Saturday, the Violets' previous game against the Bowdoin College was a close call, with NYU defeating the Polar Bears 78-75. The tight game was a good final test for NYU before conference play, Baber said after that game.

"It's invaluable," she said. "To have such a close contest and win, you just feel like you've really been tested. This will be what UAA play is game in and game out, so it's phenomenal to see us be in such a tight situation.

"Hopefully it just prepares us for the gauntlet ahead of us," she said.

Women & Sport is a NorthJersey.com column devoted to female athletes from the rec league level to those in college and the pros. If you've got a tip on an athlete from North Jersey who should be noted in the column, no matter how young they are or how old, please drop me a line at [email protected]orthjersey.com.

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We have an NBA doubleheader on tap as the defending Eastern Conference champion, Boston Celtics, will prepare for a tilt against the New York Knicks. Afterwards, we will have a rematch of a Western Conference semifinals from last postseason between the Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks.

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The Celtics are coming off a tough loss at Miami. The Celtics were almost able to overcome missing four key contributors from their lineup, including Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart. But they fell just short, losing by three points to a pesky Heat team. This means Boston is in the midst of a measly two-game losing streak.

Losing has been rare for the NBA’s best team. Boston is three games ahead of the next best team in the Eastern Conference as they seem to be on a mission to improve on their NBA Finals loss last year.

On the other side, the Knicks were able to snap a four-game losing streak with a surprising win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night. Julius Randle scored 36 points in the victory as New York is on the cusp of escaping the NBA play-in tournament. Heading into this matchup, the Knicks are the Eastern Conference’s seven-seed, but they are just one game back of the Heat for the sixth spot.

Although it’ll be a tough order to come into TD Garden and get a win, New York has been able to do more damage away from Madison Square. The Knicks are 14-10 away from home court.

This will be these team’s second matchup of four total for the year. The Celtics won the first matchup, 133-118, back in the first week of November.

We head to the Footprint Center for the nightcap, where Phoenix will try to win their fifth straight amid their current homestand against the Dallas Mavericks.

The Mavericks have had Phoenix’s number recently. Dallas was able to upset the top-seeded Suns in last year’s Western Conference semifinal as they embarrassed them on their home court, winning by a margin of 33 points in game seven.

These teams have met twice this season – the home team winning in each matchup as Phoenix won game one by two points, and Dallas won at American Airlines Center, 130-111.

This is a pivotal game for seeding purposes. Each team has the same record – the Mavs currently stand at the six-seed, while Phoenix is right on their heels at seven. While Phoenix is red-hot coming into this matchup, Dallas is going in the opposite direction. Dallas has lost five of their last six.

Additionally, Dallas has been the NBA’s least profitable team ATS, only covering 34% of the time (16-31-2). Can Dallas snap their recent losing skid against Phoenix? Or can they at least get a rare cover?

$1.1B Mega Millions Jackpot: When To Buy Tickets In NJ

An NJ ticket won the $1 million, second-tier prize in Friday's drawing. But the grand prize continues to grow.NEW JERSEY — The odds of winning an estimated $1.1 billion Mega Millions jackpot are long, but New Jersey lottery players will hope for victory during Tuesday night’s drawing.No jackpot-winning tickets were sold for Friday night’s contest. The winning numbers were 3, 20, 46, 5...

An NJ ticket won the $1 million, second-tier prize in Friday's drawing. But the grand prize continues to grow.

NEW JERSEY — The odds of winning an estimated $1.1 billion Mega Millions jackpot are long, but New Jersey lottery players will hope for victory during Tuesday night’s drawing.

No jackpot-winning tickets were sold for Friday night’s contest. The winning numbers were 3, 20, 46, 59, 63 and the Mega Ball was 13. Drawings are held at 11 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.

To get included in Tuesday’s drawing, New Jersey participants must purchase their tickets before 10:45 p.m.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER®.

One New Jersey ticket won the $1 million, second-tier prize in Friday's drawing. The ticket — sold at In & Out Deli (1007 Route 46, Ledgewood) — matched all five white balls.

Friday's drawing also produced the following for the Garden State:

Although jackpot winners can choose to be paid through an annuity, with annual checks over 29 years, nearly all take the cash payout. For Tuesday’s drawing, that’s an estimated $568.7 million.

Tuesday night’s jackpot is the third-largest in the history of the game. The game’s record prize of $1.537 billion, was won in South Carolina on Oct. 23, 2018.

A player in Illinois claimed a $1.337 billion ticket in the July 29 drawing. The only other Mega Millions jackpot worth more than a billion dollars was claimed by a player in Michigan on Jan. 22, 2021.

A New Jersey ticket last fetched the Mega Millions jackpot on July 24, 2020. An anonymous player in Bayonne won a $123 million prize, with a $100.1 million cash option.

If a New Jerseyan wins the Mega Millions grand prize, they'd shatter the record for the largest lottery win in state history. That record belongs to a 2018 participant who won a $533 million jackpot through a ticket purchased in Riverdale. The winner took the $324 million cash option, which was worth $175 million after taxes, according to lotto.com.

Long streaks without a winner allow jackpots to grow larger week after week. The last time the Mega Millions jackpot was claimed was Oct. 14, when two winners in San Jose, California, and Fort Myers, Florida, shared in a $502 million jackpot.

Some of the other big Mega Millions jackpots include:

Although weeks without a winner cause the jackpot to grow, Tuesday’s is still a far cry from the record $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot won in California on Nov. 8. The player has yet to come forward to claim the prize.

The Powerball game also claims the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history, but barely. A $1.59 billion prize in January 2016 was shared by three winners in California, Florida and Tennessee.

The odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot — about 1 in 302.6 million — don’t increase with a flurry of ticket sales. To put that into perspective, if New Jersey held a raffle to determine its next governor and let all residents, including children, qualify, each New Jerseyan would be 32.7 times more likely to get the position than to win the current Mega Millions prize.

But the odds of winning the jackpot are better than the odds a meteor will hit your house, according to a report from Business Insider. And the odds of a perfect NCAA basketball bracket chosen by a coin flip are 9,223,372,036,854,775,808, or 1 in 9.2 quintillion.

Although no one claimed the jackpot in the Friday, Jan. 6, drawing, five players matched the five white balls to win the game’s $1 million second-tier prize. Two $1 million tickets were sold in New York, and one each was sold in Florida, Maryland and New Jersey.

Across the country, 115 tickets matched four white balls plus the Mega Ball to win the third-tier prize. Fifteen of those tickets are worth $30,000 each, because they included the optional Megaplier (available in most states with an extra $1 purchase), which was 3X on Friday night. The other 100 third-tier winning tickets are worth $10,000 each.

Mega Millions is played in 45 states as well as Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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