Friday, April 19, 2013
Kim Guadagno sits in on meeting of Disabled American Veterans’ Fort Monmouth Memorial Chapter 29
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Friday, April 19
Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno visited Kensington Court in Tinton Falls for a meeting of Disabled American Veterans’ Fort Monmouth Memorial Chapter 29. Kensington Court is a 124 bed assisted living community located at 864 Shrewsbury Avenue. Kensington Court Assisted Living & Adult Day Health Services was selected as “One of the Ten Best Assisted Living Communities in the Country” by the Assisted Living Federation of America.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Kim Guadagno spoke to students about significance of Black History Month
Friday, February 15
Recognizing the contributions of African Americans to the nation’s culture and history, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno spoke to students at Long Branch’s Gregory School on Thursday on the significance and meaning of Black History Month. During her visit, the Acting Governor also presented the school with two banners from The King Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The banners, which celebrate the anniversary of the Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday and Dr. King’s birthday, were presented to the school in recognition of the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th Anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream Speech.” The Acting Governor will also present a set of banners during her visit to Martin Luther King Elementary …
Friday, July 20, 2012
Kim Guadagno visits AASKI Technology Inc.
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno continued her tour of fast-growing New Jersey businesses on Friday morning when she visited AASKI Technology Inc. in Eatontown. Guadagno spoke with the business owners and took small tour of the facility located at 1 Industrial Way West and praised it for its growth over the years. "This is one of many examples of a businesses that can grow in New Jersey," Guadagno said. AASKI is an information technology business that specializes in systems and software engineering and project management. Its main headquarters is located in Ocean Township. AASKI deals with a lot of government and Army contracts, and Guadagno said it is impressive that they have continued to grow after Fort Monmouth closed last summer. "They …
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Guadagno had been a Superior Court judge
Superior Court Judge Michael Guadagno, the husband of Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, has been elevated to the Appellate Division effective Aug. 1, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced late Tuesday. Guadagno, a Monmouth Beach resident, was appointed to the bench in 2005 by Gov. Richard Codey. He served as a family court judge in Monmouth County until 2008 when he was transferred to the family court in Ocean County. In 2010, he returned to Monmouth County as presiding judge of the family court. He served a temporary assignment to the Appellate Division earlier this year. The Appellate Division of the Superior Court is the state's intermediate appellate court, according to a statement from the New Jersey Judiciary. The division…
Friday, November 18, 2011
The state will clean up the property based on environmental regulations, and give the 411 acre piece of land back to Marlboro in 2014.
The Marlboro State Psychiatric Hospital has been a contentious issue in the township since before its doors closed in 1998. Today, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Mayor Jon Hornik announced the official plans for the future of the property as preserved open space. On behalf of the Governor's office, Guadagno officially announced it will clean up the property, knock down and clean up 600,000 square feet of buildings, all without costing Marlboro taxpayers money. The Township will purchase the property in 2014, through open space funds, to preserve the large piece of land. Guadagno said, "We will be sure that [the property] is opened on time and under budget," adding that preserving open space is a quality of life issue for New Jersey residents. …