St. Patrick’s Day Parade Bayonne, New Jersey Sunday March 19th, 2017 photos. The parade was held on what turned out to be a perfect day. The weather was beautiful, the parade goers lined the streets in Bayonne for one of the longest St. Patrick’s Day Parades ever held.
Along with Mayor James Davis and the Bayonne City Council also in attendance was the Bayonne Police and Fired Departments, many Bayonne schools, clubs, and organizations, Mickey McCabe was in attendance from McCabe EMT service, a touching moment was McCabe’s EMT workers carrying a banner for slain New York EMT Worker EMT Yadira Arroyo who lost her life on St. Patrick’s Day in the Bronx.
Bayonne local unions, and Bayonne businesses took part in the parade like Investors Bank, ATA Bayonne Karate, CarePoint and Jersey City Medical Center.
The residents in Bayonne came out in full force and lined both sides of Broadway to watch the parade.
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A Pothole Hotline has been established for Bayonne, Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that Bayonne residents and business owners are encouraged to report potholes to the City’s Department of Public Works (DPW). Residents can call the potholes in to the Department of Public Works at 201- 858- 6070. Potholes may also be reported via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Messages should contain a specific location for each pothole reported. All potholes reported by the public will be addressed within forty-eight hours, weather permitting.
Mayor Davis has directed the DPW to dedicate crews to address the citywide problem of potholes. During 2016, Public Works employees filled 2,444 potholes around Bayonne. Potholes develop each year as a result of the stresses that changing weather causes in street surfaces.
“I would like to thank our residents and local business owners for their help in identifying the locations of potholes. By working together, we can improve the quality of our streets,” Mayor Davis concluded.
A small single -engine plane identified by the FAA as Piper PA-28 aircraft crashed at around 10am on a beautiful Sunday morning in Bayonne, NJ.
The pilot George Pettway, of Wheatly Long Island flying a plane registered to a New York Flight School told officials he was on a sightseeing flight when he began experiencing problems and losing control of the plane over the New York Harbor near the Statue of Liberty, while flying North, he decided to try and land the aircraft in New Jersey crashing on Avenue E in Bayonne.
When trying to land he hit telephone power lines and four parked cars. knocking one of the cars clear across the street at 42nd St and Bayonne. Neighbors of the 40th street area rushed out of their homes after hearing the crash and debri from the downed aircraft was scattered all over Avenue E from 40th streets to 42nd Streets with part of the wing landing in a Shell Station at the corner of Avenue E and 40th Street.
What caused the small plane to experience problems is not known at this time?
The pilot was trapped in the plane for a while until he was able to be extracted, he was brought to Jersey City Medical Center and listed in stable condition.
Bayonne Mayor James Davis was at the scene with members of the Bayonne Police and Fire Departments, PSEG and others.
MUSIC BROADWAY BAYONNE -FRIDAY FEB. 3rd LIVE MUSIC ON BROADWAY RETURNS TO BAYONNE AREA VENUES, FEATURING TALENTED ENTERTAINERS AT EIGHT VENUES
Music Broadway Bayonne sponsored by Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone is a wonderful way to get out, go for dinner and listen to young talented musicians play while you dine. Live Music on Broadway now in its 6th week pairs local musicians with some of Bayonne’s excellent dinner venues.
Going out to dine Friday night February 3rd? Visit one of these fine establishments and listen to some fantastic music.
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Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority has approved an award of $450,000 to the City of Bayonne. The City will use the funding to develop plans for a pedestrian bridge over Route 440 at 34th Street in Bayonne. The goal of the planning would be to develop a preferred alternative for that pedestrian bridge, along with the environmental document needed to advance the project through the construction work phase. Since 2014, two pedestrians have been killed in vehicular accidents while they tried to cross Route 440 in Bayonne. At least two other pedestrians were killed in accidents on Route 440 in Bayonne in previous years. Mayor Davis said, “The City of Bayonne is deeply concerned with protecting the lives of our residents. The recent economic development along Route 440 has created the need for safe pedestrian crossings across the highway.” Mayor Davis continued, “We have chosen East 34th Street as the first place to study, because there is already a pedestrian overpass linking the Light Rail station with its parking lot. We would like to formulate plans to extend the pedestrian overpass to the eastern side of Route 440, which is located next to the South Cove Commons Crossing shopping center. Many shoppers cross the highway there, as do customers of the Frank Cinema. We want especially to provide a safe passage for children who walk to the movie theatre and the stores. By extending the pedestrian overpass, we would enable pedestrians to walk in great safety above the vehicular traffic, rather than through it.”
MUSIC BROADWAY BAYONNE -FRIDAY JANUARY 20th LIVE MUSIC ON BROADWAY RETURNS TO BAYONNE AREA VENUES, FEATURING TALENTED ENTERTAINERS AT SEVEN VENUES
Music Broadway Bayonne sponsored by Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone is a wonderful way to get out, go for dinner and listen to young talented musicians play while you dine. Live Music on Broadway now in its 5th week pairs local musicians with some of Bayonne’s excellent dinner venues.
Going out to dine Friday night January 20? Visit one of these fine establishments and listen to some fantastic music.
Click on the name to find out more about these fine Bayonne establishments
MUSIC BROADWAY BAYONNE -FRIDAY DECEMBER 30th LIVE MUSIC ON BROADWAY RETURNS TO BAYONNE AREA VENUES, FEATURING TALENTED ENTERTAINERS AT TWELVE VENUES
Music Broadway Bayonne is a wonderful way to get out, go for dinner and listen to young talented musicians play while you dine. Live Music on Broadway now in its 4th week pairs local musicians with some of Bayonne’s excellent dinner venues.
Going out to dine Friday night December 30th visit one of thesse fine establishments and listen to some fantastic music
Bayonne Bridge Construction was looked over on Friday, December 9, by Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and officials from the City of Bayonne joined a group from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on a tour to inspect the ongoing reconstruction of the Bayonne Bridge. The tour was led by Steve Plate, Chief of Major Capital Projects for the Port Authority. Mr. Plate, a civil engineer, is a former Mayor and Council Member from Glen Ridge, New Jersey.
It promises to be something for everyone when the Bayonne Home Town Fair opens this weekend and brings the community out for some fun rides, delicious food, and activities for the kids.
On Sat, June 6, 11 am-7 pm, and Sun, June 7, 12-6 pm, 22nd to 24th Streets (along Del Monte Drive) in Bayonne will be packed with more than 60 vendors and non-profits, children’s rides, games and plenty of entertainment. A soundstage will be set up in the parking lot in front of the Polish American Club, and Kiddie Town near the Mini Golf Course will attract kids of all ages. Continue reading FAMILY FUN AT THE BAYONNE HOMETOWN FAIR→
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