(Bayonne) – Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson) hosted an Art Exhibit in his district on Sunday September 17th in celebration of National Arts in Education Week.
The Assembly Transportation Committee met on September 18th at Steven’s Institute to discuss
ferry services across the Hudson River and the heavily subsidized Seastreak ferry.
Assemblyman Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti (D- Hudson) has introduced an Assembly resolution (AR 287) condemning the U.S Department of Justice’s brief filed on July 26th, 2017 that argues that the federal law against sex discrimination in employment doesn’t protect individuals from being fired because of their sexual orientationRead more
Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Mayor James Davis, Freeholder Kenneth Kopacz, Councilman Tom Cotter, and Sheriff Frank Schillari met today to discuss enforcement of Jitney bus regulations in Bayonne.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Angela V. McKnight, and John Wisniewski designed to further regulate autobus operations or “jitney services” passed the NJ General Assembly.Read more
Senator Cunningham and Assemblyman Chiaravalloti Welcome DOE Decision to Send Budget Monitors to Bayonne School District
Senator Sandra B. Cunningham and Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti welcomed the news that the Department of Education will send a budget monitor to evaluate and assess the financial issues plaguing the Bayonne School District.Read more
Assemblyman Chiaravalloti’s Response to Receiving the NJEA EndorsementRead more
Senator Sandra B. Cunningham, Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti, and Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis today called on the Department of Education to send in monitors to evaluate and assess the financial issues plaguing the school budget in the Bayonne School District.Read more
Rookie legislators campaign for second termRead more
Assemblyman Nick Chiaravalloti (D-31) has introduced a bill that will give local school districts five percent of the annual service charge from payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) agreements.
Gusciora, Wimberly, Holley, Muoio, Chiaravalloti & Sumter Bill to Help Inmates Overcome Drug Addiction Now Law
Allows Access to Drug Treatment Regardless of Detainer or Open ChargeRead more
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Legislation Follows Death of Boy Struck by Vehicle at Jersey City IntersectionRead more
McKnight, Holley, Vainieri Huttle, Houghtaling, Chiaravalloti & Quijano Bill to Provide Free Snow Removal Services for Seniors, Disabled Residents Ok'd by Full Assembly
The Snow Removal Service Would Be Provided Through A Volunteer Program Created Under The BillRead more
Downey, Houghtaling, Chiaravalloti, Coughlin & Greenwald Bill to Bar DUI Drivers from Operating NJ Transit Trains Now Law
Legislation Stems from Recent Report of NJT Engineer with Suspended License
“It’s basic New Jersey common sense if you’re not able to operate your car, you should not be entrusted with the safety and the lives of thousands of residents of New Jersey each and every day,” said Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti.Read more
Assemblyman supports expansion; will co-sponsor legislation to expand pre-k programs statewide
McKnight & Chiaravalloti Call on Christie to Drop ‘Tough Guy’ Act, Come to the Table & Do What’s Right for Atlantic City
Assembly Democrats Angela V. McKnight and Nicholas Chiaravalloti (both D-Hudson) issued the following statements Friday regarding the future of Atlantic City and the governor's unwillingness to use the authority he already has to avoid a government shutdown.Read more