1. Reed and Ponder, Show 5.13

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    A look at New Jersey's upcoming elections. Guests include: Colleen O'Dea, Editor at Large for NJ Spotlight and Candidates for the 16th Legislative District Republican Incumbent Jack Ciattarelli and Democrat Marie Corfield.

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    • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011 - Highlights

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      Highlights of the roundtable New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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      • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011

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        New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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        • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011 - Chapter 4

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          Chapter 4 - Panel discussion continues and audience questions. New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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          • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011 - Chapter 3

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            Chapter 3 - Panel discussion continues New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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            • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011 - Chapter 2

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              Chapter 2 - Panel discussion continues New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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              • NJSpotlight Water Forum 11/28/2011 - Chapter 1

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                Chapter 1 - Introductions and Panel opening remarks New Jersey's aging water infrastructure needs a major overhaul, and the price tag won't be cheap. By one estimate, it will cost up to $20 billion to upgrade the lines and systems delivering water to residents and businesses, as well as wastewater to sewage treatment plants. The state's water supply plan has not been updated since 1996, even though it forecast potential water deficits in parts of New Jersey. Meanwhile, water purveyors face increasingly tough mandates to remove pollutants from drinking water. What does New Jersey need to do to tackle these problems before supplying residents with safe drinking water becomes a crisis? Join Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight's co-founder and energy and environment editor, as he explores these and other questions with state officials and industry leaders. Panelists include: Lee Solomon, President, Board of Public Utilities Karen Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Utilities Association Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Water Michael Sgro, Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary New Jersey American Water Dennis Ciemniecki, President, Regulated Business, United Water

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                • NJ Spotlight - Charter Schools Roundtable - Highlights

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                  This video provides highlights of the NJ Spotlight Charter Schools Roundtable held in Newark, NJ on May 12, 2011.

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                  • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability, Chapter 4, Enrollment and Q&A Session

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                    NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. In Chapter 4, the panelists discuss Charter School Enrollment and take audience questions. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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                    • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability, Chapter 3 - Funding

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                      NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. In chapter 3, the panel discusses funding charter schools. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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