Gov. Christie visited the Jersey Shore ahead of the holiday weekend. He sat down one-on-one with NJTV News and talked about signing the Atlantic City financial recovery legislation the Assembly and Senate passed and his thoughts about being the vice presidential nominee for Donald Trump.
The USS Ling has been moored in Hackensack since 1972 and has been a memorial and museum. But now the land is being sold to a developer who plans to build residential properties, retail spaces and a hotel.
The mural, part of the Gateways to Newark initiative, stretches nearly a mile and half down McCarter Highway along the Amtrak retention wall. It’s the largest mural on the East Coast and the second-largest in the country.
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