Mayor Steven M. Fulop joined Commissioner William O’Dea, who is also the Elizabeth Development Company (EDC) Executive Director, to announce the launch of “Helmets to Hardhats”, a program designed to help National Guard Reserve, retired, and transitioning active-duty military members connect with career and training opportunities in the construction industry, and assist with job placement.
Jersey City Increases Financial Aid to Most Vulnerable Residents, up to $10,000 for Low-income Families
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop and the Jersey City Housing Authority (JCHA) announce the latest Jersey City COVID-19 Rent Relief Program, which will provide up to $10,000 in much-needed rental assistance to low-income Jersey City families who have experienced significant financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rent Relief Program will prioritize families living in owner-occupied buildings with less than five apartments.
The goal of the rental assistance program is twofold in that each grant will provide rent relief to residents with the greatest need while simultaneously ensuring small property owners that live on the premise also benefit most from the program. The City will dedicate more than $7 million received from the U.S. Department of the Treasury in Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds administered by the JCHA on behalf of the City to provide up to $10,000 per qualifying household to cover rent and rental arrears.
Mandatory Structural and Facade Inspections to Increase Safety of all Jersey City High-Rise Buildings
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced today new legislation to increase safety requirements for structural and facade inspections of all Jersey City high-rise buildings to better protect residents. The enhanced mandates will require ongoing inspections at a minimum of every five years for façade inspections and every ten years for structural inspections. The new safety protocols are in direct response to the tragic collapse of the Champlain Tower in Surfside, Florida, 13 days ago, which may have been preventable.
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|Get ready to start planning your retirement with our three-part course. These courses will assist you in preparing for retirement by combining life and wealth goals. The classes will go over how to finance some of your life goals, whether it is education, purchasing a home, traveling, and retirement.|
Part I will go over how to use S.M.A.R.T. financial concept and determine whether it is attainable and if it is not, how can you make it feasible. We will go over reviewing your financial statements, real estate, whole life insurance, budgeting, cash flow, business, loans, and debt. Lastly, review tax-advantaged investment vehicles. By the end of part I, you will have a better understanding of what you need to create a plan to achieve your financial and life goals.
During Part II of this course, you will learn how to understand the various concepts leading up to retirement. These concepts include inflation, social security, and healthcare. Also, this course reviews common retirement mistakes made and what happens when you do not properly plan for retirement. Lastly, this course examines the action steps needed to plan for retirement properly.
Part III consists of you meeting one on one with the instructor to review your budget, financial statements, cash flow, debt, and retirement statements. Using the concepts learned in this course, participants will finish up with a financial plan they can take home and execute.
|Days: Thursdays Dates: 7/29/21 – 8/12/21Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.Instructor: Jairo BorjaPrice: $85Location:|
Online Students will receive an email with details on how to join the live class a few days before the start of the class.
|Dr. Jairo Borja, DBA, is the President of Borja Consulting Group & Financial Services Professional with Primary Financial. He helps families and businesses build wealth, protect assets, and manage cash flow. Jairo assists with investments, estate strategies, retirement, insurance, small business planning, and college funding. In addition, Dr. Borja assists small business owners with small business planning, strategy, and advice to small business owners.|
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Ground-breaking ceremony for new 25th Street pedestrian bridge in Bayonne: City Officials and Grade Construction, the building contractor, held a ground-breaking ceremony for the replacement 25th Street pedestrian bridge. The existing bridge was constructed in 1970. The new span will have elevators that will make it handicapped accessible. The older bridge will be demolished before the new one is constructed in its place. Project completion is expected in either late 2021 or early 2022. Like the existing bridge, the new one will connect Avenue E and Prospect Avenue over the tracks for Hudson Bergen Light Rail and freight railroads. Pictured left to right: Fire Chief Keith Weaver, Ralph Diaco (President, Grade Construction), First Ward Council Member Neil Carroll III, Mayor Jimmy Davis, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, Second Ward Council Member Sal Gullace, Public Works Director Tom Cotter, and City Engineer Rob Russo. Drone photo courtesy of Consulting and Municipal Engineers (CME).
Soon after the Ground- Breaking Ceremony the heavy equipment came in and began to demolish the current 25th Street Bridge see photo on right
On Sunday, June 27th, 2021 the City of Bayonne Mayor James Davis, The City Council of Bayonne and Bayonne Recreation Deptartment hosted Bayonne Youth City Challenge Obstacle Race at Domenico Park on 16th Street in Bayonne.
The event was sponsored by BCB Bank and also present was TBarks Hot Dogs and more, Mr. Softee and DJ Music By Adam.
|This 4-hour Basic Life Support Certification for Healthcare Providers (BLS) uses a scenario-based approach to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that drive better outcomes for adult, child, and infant patients.|
|**This class fulfills the HCCC’sNursing Degree CPR requirement**|
|*NEW Price: ONLY $77 per person!(certification card and student manual is included)|
|Basic Life Support Certification Workshops:|
|Thursday, July 229:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.|
|Wednesday, August 119:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.||Wednesday, August 269:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.|
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|This energetic class is designed to explore the fundamentals of a power yoga practice. An intense strength workout and mindful yoga are referred to as “power yoga”. Yoga not only develops inner awareness but also helps develop breath and strength of mind and body. The instructor will teach you proper alignment to create the form of each pose. The workout starts with some light stretches to get your body ready and ends with cool-down poses. Throughout the class, you will engage your muscles while moving through the flow with your breath. It will also include guided relaxation to support increased awareness and mindfulness of the breath and body.This class is perfect for beginners who are just getting into the practice and also for those looking for strength practice.|
Here’s what you can expect through the class:
• Sun salutation yoga flow• Flow warm-up: poses that link breath and movement• strengthen your muscles and spine• cool down with deep stretches and breathing exercise• encouragement and clear directions from the instructor
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|Days: Tuesdays & ThursdaysDates: July 6th – July 29th, 2021Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Instructor: Riddhi KaurPrice: $99LocationHudson County Community College161 Newkirtk StreetJersey City, NJ 07306|