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Bayonne Division of Recreation Announces Lottery for the Hudson County Senior Boat Cruise

The Bayonne Division of Recreation announced that the County of Hudson will sponsor a boat trip for senior citizens on Thursday, June 30th, 2022, courtesy of Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, County Commissioner Ken Kopacz of Bayonne, and the other members of Hudson County Board of Commissioners.

Limited numbers of tickets are available for the excursion in each Hudson County municipality.  

Open to Bayonne residents, ages 60 and older, that are mobile and do not require wheelchair assistance.  

There will be a lottery system of those registered to attend the boat trip.

 Registration DATES/TIMES:  

Tuesday, June 14th

Wednesday, June 15th

10:00am to 12:00pm

at City Hall, ONLY.  

You cannot register at any other time.

Lottery to take place Thursday, June 16th.  

Those chosen through the lottery will be notified the week of June 20th

Bayonne residents ONLY.

One hundred tickets are available; each resident may receive two tickets via lottery.

GUESTS of those chosen by lottery MUST be Bayonne residents and be 60 years of age and older.

Only one entry per household.

Proof of age and Bayonne residency must be presented at the time of registration.   You cannot register without providing proof of residency.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

The Cruise will leave 1500 Harbor Boulevard in Weehawken at 12:00pm on June 30th, boarding at 11:30am.  

 The cruise will last approximately two hours after it departs from Weehawken.  

Buses will meet at Veterans Stadium and transport seniors to Weehawken and back to Bayonne after the cruise.   Buses should be back in Bayonne by 3:30 p.m.

For more information, please contact the Division of Recreation at 201-858-6127 or email BAYONNEREC@AOL.COM.

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Bayonne Joins With County for Small Business Grant Program

            Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the City of Bayonne is joining with the Hudson County Small Business Grant Program: “I understand the difficulties facing our small business community, and I have been fighting hard to get much-needed aid. With the constantly changing guidelines from the federal government, we have faced unpredictable delays.  However, I am happy to announce we will be teaming up with the program being created by Hudson County to facilitate the Small Business Grant Program.  This will allow us to support Bayonne’s businesses better during the application process.  I am confident in the county’s abilities and our ability as a city to make it through this trying time.”

            This program is designed to provide financial grants to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic.  First priority will be given to businesses which have not received any federal grant assistance, New Jersey Economic Development Authority grants, U.S. Small Administration grants, or any other grant assistance.  While the county is currently completing the application, small businesses can begin to prepare for the application process by gathering the following documents that will be needed to be uploaded in digital format:

+ Copy of last Form WR-30 filed with the State of New Jersey

+ Copy of last filed federal income tax return or proof of owner draws

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Hudson County Community College Celebrates Dedication of New Library Building

Area elected officials to join faculty, staff and administrators attend ceremonies marking the official grand opening of the new, six-story building on the College’s Journal Square campus.

 

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Pictured from left to right: Shannon Gallagher (HCCC Foundation Board and former HCCC Board of Trustees Alumni Representative), Karen A. Fahrenholz (Secretary/Treasurer HCCC Board of Trustees), Harold G. Stahl, Jr. (HCCC Board of Trustees), Adrienne Sires (HCCC Board of Trustees), James A. Fife (Mayor, Town of Harrison and HCCC Board of Trustees, Trustee Emeritus), Senator Sandra Cunningham, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, Congressman Albio Sires, Hudson County Freeholder Anthony Romano, William J. Netchert, Esq. (HCCC Board of Trustees, Chair), Dr. Glen Gabert (HCCC President), and Joanne Kosakowski (HCCC Board of Trustees) at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Library Building Grand Opening on Monday, September 29, 2014.

On September 29th, 2014 Congressman Albio Sires, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, and other elected officials and community leaders gathered with the Trustees, students, faculty, staff, and administration of Hudson County Community College (HCCC) for the official dedication of the College’s new Library Building.

The ribbon-cutting ceremonies took place inside the six-story, multifunctional structure, which is located at 71 Sip Avenue on the College’s Journal Square Campus in Jersey City. The 112,000 square-foot building is just steps away from the Journal Square PATH Transit Station.

 

Dr. Glen Gabert, President of HCCC, said the Library Building was designed to serve as a center of knowledge and learning, and to promote a sense of community and connectedness for students, faculty, staff, and all who live and work in Hudson County.

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Hudson County Community College the ‘Topping Out’ of New Library & Academic Building

Area elected officials and College administrators, faculty and staff to sign topmost beam at April 2 event

hccc-logo300dpiHudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, members of the Hudson County Chosen Board of Freeholders, New Jersey State Senator Sandra B. Cunningham, Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy, Hudson County Community College Board of Trustees Chair William J. Netchert, Esq. and other Trustees, Hudson County Community College President Glen Gabert and members of the College’s administration, faculty and staff will be in attendance for the Topping Out Ceremonies for the new Hudson County Community College Library & Academic Building, currently under construction at 71 Sip Avenue in Jersey City, NJ.

The event will begin with remarks in the lobby of the College’s Administration Building (70 Sip Avenue) on the Journal Square Campus in Jersey City and will proceed across the street to the site of the Library & Academic Building.

Tuesday morning, April 2, 2013 at 10 a.m.

 

 

 

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Hudson County Community College Celebrates Grand Opening of 2 Enos Place Building in Jersey City

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November 4, 2010, Jersey City, N.J. – On Monday, Nov. 1, Hudson County Community College held an official Grand Opening ceremony for its newest facility at 2 Enos Place on the Journal Square Campus in Jersey City. The building was renovated to include 10 classrooms, two computer labs (one Mac, one PC), a writing center, testing center and a student lounge.

Pictured on bottom row from left: HCCC Trustee James Fife, HCCC Trustee Alfred Zampella, Jersey City Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari, HCCC Board of Trustees Chair William J. Netchert, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, HCCC Trustee Karen Fahrenholz, Hudson County Freeholder Anthony Romano, and HCCC President Dr. Glen Gabert. Pictured on top row from left: HCCC Foundation Chairman Emeritus Paul Silverman, Jersey City Councilman William Gaughan, and HCCC Vice President for Development Joseph Sansone.

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