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Friday February 23rd listings
February 21, 2018, Jersey City, NJ / Area business people and residents are invited to participate in Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Foundation’s popular Subscription Dining Series. Now In its eighth year, the Series provides subscribers with the opportunity to enjoy superior luncheon dining experiences on Friday afternoons from February 23 through April 20. Proceeds from the Series furnish deserving HCCC students with much-needed financial assistance. Continue reading Hudson County Community College Foundation Subscription Dining Series to Begin this Month
Photo Caption (from left to right): 1st Ward Council member Thomas Cotter; Council Member At-Large Juan M. Perez; Harbor Pointe Sales Manager Spring Funches; Mayor James Davis; Castle Lanterra CEO Elie Rieder; 3rd Ward Council Member Gary La Pelusa, Sr.; 2nd Ward Council Member Salvatore Gullace; Harbor Pointe Sales Associate Timeka Houston
Project Reflects Castle Lanterra Properties’ Long-Term Investment in City’s Resurgence
CLP’s extensive remodel transformed the recreational facility into a multi-media, multi-purpose clubhouse designed to meet the needs of the community’s evolving resident demographic. A two-story jungle gym is the focal point of the space, which also includes a full-service kitchen, children’s library, media room, gaming center and fitness center with separate yoga/spin studio.
Named 2017 “American Cemetery Excellence” Winner
NEWARK, N.J. – Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleum in North Arlington, New Jersey, a property of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark, is the winner of the 2017 American Cemetery Excellence (ACE) Award. The award is presented by American Cemetery & Cremation magazine, a leading publication serving the funeral and cemetery industry, and recognizes the most outstanding cemeteries both within the United States and abroad.
According to the magazine’s December issue, in which the winner was announced, “far more than just a final resting place, Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleum offers a park-like setting, exquisite artwork, modern technology and a faith-inspired atmosphere. It’s easy to understand why Holy Cross Cemetery & Mausoleum has been selected as our seventh annual American Cemetery Excellence award winner.” Continue reading HOLY CROSS CEMETERY AND MAUSOLEUM VOTED #1 IN AMERICA
THREE WEEK SCHEDULE AS OF FEBRUARY 16, 2018
The following work is scheduled over the next three weeks:
East side (entering 14A): renovation of existing Toll Utility Building continues.
A new traffic pattern has been implemented on the new Connector Bridge that provides two travel lanes in each direction. Please CLICK HERE for more information.
Ramps between the Toll Plaza and the Hudson County Extension (HCE)
No work planned.
Avenue E / Proposed Roundabout
New roadway construction continues on the west side and east side of Avenue E, from 52nd Street to 51st Street.
Connector Bridge (Bridge from the Toll Plaza to Port Jersey Boulevard)
Pedestrian usage of the bridge for access to and from Port Jersey Boulevard continues to be prohibited.
Route 440 and Pulaski Street Intersection / Jughandle
Continue traffic signal construction on Route 440.
Ramp Area East of Route 440
Continue roadway widening work on Port Jersey Boulevard.
If you have any questions about the 14A Improvement Project, please call the toll-free hotline at 1-800-671-6872, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hoboken Police Department is investigating an incident that occurred at the Mayor’s Office on Thursday night.
A male individual entered City Hall through the Newark Street entrance just before 8:00pm on Thursday, February 15th, 2018. The person went through metal detectors and told security officers that he was going to use the restroom.
At the time, the only person in the Mayor’s Office was Deputy Chief of Staff Jason Freeman. Mayor Bhalla was on his way to the office following a community meeting. From his office, Mr. Freeman observed that a bag with an object had been thrown in the direction of the administrative assistant’s desk and made eye contact with the individual. The individual then ran out of the Mayor’s Office. Mr. Freeman called the police, which are currently investigating the incident.
“This incident, along with death threats to me and my family, is an unfortunate reminder that we need to take security seriously,” said Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla. “The Joint Terrorism Task Force has evaluated City Hall, and we have been working to implement their recommendations for physical and procedural changes to improve security for all employees in the building.”
“We take incidents like these incredibly seriously and will continue working to ensure the security of the mayor and everyone who visits City Hall,” said Hoboken Police Chief Kenneth Ferrante.
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Mayor Jimmy Davis announced the City of Bayonne’s schedule for the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 19.
Regular garbage pick-ups will take place on Monday, February 19.
Civilian offices at City Hall in Bayonne will be closed on Monday, February 19. The Bayonne Free Public Library and the Constable Hook Recycling Yard will also be closed.
Parking meters, side-street-sweeping, alternate side of the street parking, and parking permit regulations will be suspended on February 19.
Mayor Davis and Police Department leaders
congratulate new captains and lieutenants: At a promotion ceremony in the Dorothy Harrington Council Chambers, new police captains and lieutenants took their oaths of office, which were administered by City Clerk Robert F. Sloan. Pictured left to right: Deputy Police Chief Peter Nevins, Police Chief Drew Sisk, Captain Paul Jamolawicz, Captain Anthony Maddalone, Captain Robert Ryan, Captain Matthew Dugan, Lieutenant James Whitaker, Lieutenant Stephanie Burt-Schiraldi, Lieutenant Timothy McAuliffe, Lieutenant Michael Valdora, Lieutenant James Ashe, Mayor James Davis, and Deputy Police Chief Robert Geisler.
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