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PFANJ Supports Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling
The PFANJ was on hand on Monday, July 26, 2021 for an event in Belmar supporting Assemblyman and Deputy Majority Leader Eric Houghtaling (LD-11). The PFANJ supports candidates who support public safety and organized labor and PFANJ 1st Vice President Anthony Tarantino was honored to represent our union and members at this event. Pictured above left to right: Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling and PFANJ 1st Vice President Anthony Tarantino. Pictured lef...

PFANJ Supports Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli
The PFANJ was on hand on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 for an event in Belmar supporting Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli (LD-15). The PFANJ supports candidates who support public safety and organized labor and PFANJ 1st Vice President Anthony Tarantino was honored to represent our union and members at this event.

PFANJ Supports Assemblywoman Joann Downey
The PFANJ was on hand on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 for an event in Shrewsbury supporting Assemblywoman Joann Downey. The PFANJ supports candidates who support public safety and organized labor and PFANJ 1st Vice President Anthony Tarantino and Treasurer Matt Caliente were honored to represent our union and members at this event.

The Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act)
The PFANJ thanks our elected officials who supported the PRO Act! New Jersey’s delegation in Congress – our two senators and 12 House members – co-sponsored the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, including two of the only three Republicans in the House of Representatives to do so. The PFANJ supports political candidates who support public safety and protect our right to organize. The PFANJ thanks New Jersey's entire bi-partisan Congressional delegation for the continued support: Sen...

The Burn Center at St. Barnabas Medical Center announces its 2021 Valor Awards - Save the date!

WTC RICCI BILL DEADLINE JULY 8, 2021
Please be aware that any member who operated at the World Trade Center site and wishes to be on record with the Division of Pensions and Benefits, must register by July 8th, 2021 if they have not already done so. All information may be found by using the link below. https://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/ricci-ch157.shtml

GOV. MURPHY MEETS WITH CAPE MAY IAFF LOCAL 3495 MEMBERS
Cape May Firefighters IAFF Local 3495 Firefighters were honored to spend some time with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy during Saturday's Fourth of July Parade in Cape May. Cape May's families, visitors, and businesses - not to mention its irreplaceable Victorian homes - continue to be put at risk. Irresponsible refusals to invest in public safety by City leaders are causing highly qualified and experienced firefighters to regularly leave Cape May in search of bett...