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Traffic Expert Frank Miskovich discusses the minimal traffic
increase last night on Jersey Avenue from the facility, which will
be less than 1.5 percent and an average of 117 trucks each day, at
the County District Solid Waste Management Plan public hearing.

Waste system sparks controversy

Last month's approval of a new private waste management system, 986 Jersey Avenue, LLC, by the City of New Brunswick Planning Board ignited controversy at last night's Middlesex County Freeholder public forum.


Douglass wins first Energy Challenge

To commemorate Earth Day, Douglass College was named as the winner of the first-ever, campus-wide RU Energy Challenge yesterday afternoon at a ceremony on the steps of Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus.


Professors to conduct live experiments during festivities

Shatter glass by using sound waves, freeze hot dogs with liquid nitrogen, rocket around stage on roller skates by employing a fire extinguisher as a propellant and sandwich Croft between beds of nails. These are just a few things Physics Professor Mark Croft and Physics Support Specialist David Maiullo are set to do this Saturday in the first annual Rutgers Day.

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