Regional Briefs – November 26, 2018

Marsh Cabin Owners Still Waiting to Hear From NJ

LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK, N.J. – The owners of eight marsh cabins in New Jersey say they are still waiting to hear back from the state if they can keep them, NJ.com reported. The cabins, a remainder of what once were scores of tiny structures accessible only by boat, have been ordered demolished.

Carbon Monoxide Suspected In Elderly Man’s Death

ROXBURY, N.J. – Elevated levels of carbon monoxide may have played a role in the death of an elderly New Jersey man who was found Saturday in his Roxbury home, NJ.com reported. His wife was taken to a hospital because she felt ill.

Ex-Hoboken Mayor Fined Over Contributions

HOBOKEN, N.J. – New Jersey election officials fined a former Hoboken mayor Sunday for not reporting $1 million in contributions during a 2009 campaign, NJ.com reported. Peter Cammarano III won that year but was soon jailed for accepting $25,000 in bribes.