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New Brunswick has allocated about $15.5 million for water utility improvements — ranging from architectural repairs to filtration enhancements, said Public Information Officer Jennifer Bradshaw.“These improvements to our facilities will aid us in continuing to deliver approximately 13 million gallons of water per day to our customers utilizing efficient modern technology and infrastructure,” Bradshaw said.The improvements also include upgrades to pre-treatment facilities, replenishments to the chemical feed systems and upgrades to one of the city’s pump stations, she said.The City of New Brunswick does not currently have a timeline for the completion of the project.“We are in the process of going out to bid for an engineering firm to assist with plans for the improvements,” Bradshaw said.New Brunswick's water utility system has faced numerous scandals in recent years, including a history of employee turnover and quality infractions.Two water utility employees, William Ortiz and Joseph DeBonis, were suspended without pay in December, according to a City Hall press release.During the trial Ortiz was charged with bribery, while Debonis was charged with tampering with public records.
Young filmmakers and movie enthusiasts alike can practice the craft for themselves at Knight Time Productions, a Rutgers club dedicated to the production of student short films.
Rutgers students can now avoid the dangers that come with walking home alone with a new escort system called SafeHalo.
For all students losing faith in the painstaking scholarship search, there can be a happy ending — at least there was for Rutgers graduate student Farah Sayyed-Unas.Sayyed-Unas, who is pursuing her Master of Business Administration, was awarded $10,000 through the ASPIRE HIGHER Scholarship Program hosted by Valeant Dermatology.
When her busy schedule demanded more than a conventional planner, Sarah Waxman took matters into her own hands.The 2016 Rutgers graduate created her own paper-based system to manage her responsibilities as a triple major, resident adviser and Aresty Research Fellow."I needed to be very organized,” said Waxman, who majored in Food Science Research, Nutritional Science and Biology.
Walking down College Avenue, James Liu appears to be a typical college senior. If he is not on campus, it is probably because he is traveling to a tournament to advance his professional video game career.
Nothing seemed out of the ordinary when Chioma Ekedede sat down for lunch at Douglass Café last Monday afternoon — until she found a screw in her burrito.