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Bayonne Bridge Construction Update

 

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Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has provided new information to the City of Bayonne about the Bayonne Bridge construction project.

Construction at most bridge piers on the Bayonne side of the bridge has been completed.  At Piers N6 and N7, between 1st and 2ndStreets, pipe struts are being installed.  The gantry should launch to this location during February. At Pier N8, which is between 2nd Street and Gertrude Street, the roadway segments’ closure pour is in process. Continue reading Bayonne Bridge Construction Update

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Blue Dawg Band to Offer Concert at Bayonne Community Museum on Monday, February 22

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Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that The Blue Dawg Band will present a free concert at the Bayonne Community Museum on Monday, February 22. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Theconcert will start at 7:00 p.m. The Blue Dawg concert will be the first show in a series called “Musical Mondays at the Museum,” which will continue on various Mondays during the winter and spring of 2016. Mayor Davis said, “The Bayonne Community Museum is a great place for a concert. We would like to encourage more of our residents to come and enjoy the arts at this beautiful location for special events.”

This free concert is sponsored by the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) and First Ward Council Member Tom Cotter. Light refreshments will be served.

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Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis announces developer of harbor station south

(Bayonne, NJ) – Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis today announced Kate Howard LTD as the developer of Harbor Station South in Bayonne.

Harbor South Bayonne Harbor Station South is the designation used for the southwest portion of the former Military Ocean Terminal (MOT) at Bayonne. “This is a major step in the right direction as we pursue full development of the MOT,” said Mayor Davis. Development of the MOT has topped the Davis administration’s agenda as one of its primary goals.

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Bayonne Bridge Construction Project Update

Bayonne Bridge Construction Updates River View ObserverBayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has provided new information about the latest developments in the Bayonne Bridge construction project.

At Pier N2, south of 1st Street, by the shoreline, footings are under construction.  At Piers N3, N4, and N5, located south of 1st Street, work has been completed for now.

 At Pier N6 & Pier N7, north of 1st Street (between 1st and 2nd Streets), drill shaft work and excavation for sixteen footings are underway.  The Port Authority will be working in this area until December.  Continue reading Bayonne Bridge Construction Project Update

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NJ Turnpike Authority Interchange 14A Improvement Project

$310 Million Turnpike Authority Project for Interchange 14A Begining in 2015 Completed by 2018

New Jersey Turnpike Authority 14A Improvement Project

New Jersey Turnpike Authority Officials, Bayonne  Mayor Jimmy Davis The Bayonne City Council,  Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, New Jersey State Senator Sandra Cunningham, Assemblyman Charles Mainor,Jersey City  Deputy Director Vivian Brady-Philips  broke ground  on Wednesday, March 11th for the $310 million NJ Turnpike Authority’s Interchange 14 A Improvement Project.

This project is being funded as part of the Turnpike Authority’s ongoing 10-year, $7billion capital program. Continue reading NJ Turnpike Authority Interchange 14A Improvement Project

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Bayonne Bridge Construction Update from the City of Bayonne

 

 

Bayonne Bridge Construction Updates River View ObserverMayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has advised the City of Bayonne concerning the latest developments in the Bayonne Bridge construction project.

The assembly of the gantry is 95% complete.  The gantry will have a load and performance test on December 8. This gantry will carry the pre-cast roadway slabs to the new piers.  The piers are the columns that will hold up the roadway.  The crane height will start at 120 feet and then grow to 300 feet once it gets closer to the Kill Van Kull.  The crane started constructing new piers on November 14 near Margaret Street and 5th Street. The gantry base is at 6th Street and travels the entire length of the bridge.  Sometime this fall, another crane will be in service working on the south end of Bayonne near 1st Street. Continue reading Bayonne Bridge Construction Update from the City of Bayonne

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Bayonne Bridge Construction Project Update

Bayonne   Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has advised the City of Bayonne concerning the latest developments in the Bayonne Bridge construction project.

The assembly of the gantry is 90% complete.  Testing of the gantry is tentatively scheduled to start on Monday, November 24. This gantry will carry the pre-cast roadway slabs to the new piers.  The piers are the columns that will hold up the roadway.  The crane height will start at 120 feet and then grow to 300 feet once it gets closer to the Kill Van Kull.  The gantry base is at 6th Street and travels the entire length of the bridge.  Sometime this fall, another crane will be in service working on the south end of Bayonne near 1st Street.

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Bayonne Bridge Update  

Bayonne  Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has advised the City of Bayonne concerning the latest developments in the Bayonne Bridge construction project.

The assembly of the gantry is 90% complete.  This gantry will carry the pre-cast roadway slabs to the new piers.  The piers are the columns that will hold up the roadway.  The crane height will start at 120 feet and then grow to 300 feet once it gets closer to the Kill Van Kull.  The gantry base is at 6th Street and travels the entire length of the bridge.  Sometime this fall, another crane will be in service working on the south end of Bayonne near 1st Street.

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POP UP ART SHOW — Bayonne: The Peninsula (Water Colors)

Digital photograph  “Purple Haze” by photographer Sidney Montanez of Jersey City will be on exhibit at “Bayonne:  The Peninsula (Water Colors)” art show on Sat, Oct. 25 at the Bayonne Museum.

Photograph by Patricia Mulligan for "Bayonne: The Peninsula (Water Colors).

Photograph by Patricia Mulligan for “Bayonne: The Peninsula (Water Colors).

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Bayonne Museum 229 Broadway, Bayonne

 More than 30 Artists to Exhibit at Bayonne Museum – One Day Only

By Sally Deering 

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Artist Bill Zbylut will exhibit his oil paintings like the two picture: “Jackie Gleason as the Man from Space” and “My Back Porch”.

 For one day only, the work of more than  30 artists pops up at the Bayonne Museum in “Bayonne: The Peninsula (Water Colors)” art show where each artist has a 4-foot display area to make their own.

On Sat, Oct. 25, from 1-10 pm, some pretty terrific painters, photographers, sculptors and mixed-media artists will display and sell their works, many depicting Bayonne’s beautiful vistas. The exhibit is a joint venture between Deb Peveler and Lou Segura of All Fit Studios in

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Artist Bill Zbylut will exhibit his oil paintings like the two picture: “Jackie Gleason as the Man from Space” and “My Back Porch”.

Bayonne and Patty Mulligan and the grassroots group Beautify Bayonne, along with the support of Mayor Jimmy Davis and his new administration.

“Bayonne is a peninsula city at the southern end of the Gold Coast,” Mayor Davis says.  “Our community’s location and natural surroundings provide great inspiration for artistic expression.” Continue reading POP UP ART SHOW — Bayonne: The Peninsula (Water Colors)

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Take A Walk Through the Bayonne Bergen Point Fall Festival

The residents of Bayonne came out in numbers on Saturday October 18th, 2014 for the Bayonne Bergen Point Fall Festival.
The first festival for Bayonne in a few years and one that Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and Bayonne Urban Enterprise Director Terrence Malloy and the Bergen Point Merchants felt the city should have.
The festival featured music, entertainment,great food, inflatable rides,balloon sculpture and much more
So join our River View camera for walk through the festival

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