Intersection of Monmouth and 5th Streets as Louis Calamito Way
-Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy and members of the Municipal Council will dedicate the intersection of Monmouth Street and Fifth Street as Louis Calamito Way on Saturday, March 5, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. ”
In dedicating the intersection of Monmouth and 5th Streets to Louis Calamito,” said Mayor Healy. “We pay tribute to his contributions to Jersey City and to this great country. I wish the Calamito family happiness in their endeavors and thank them for their support of our Jersey City neighborhoods, especially Monmouth Street.”
Park Will Be Built For Use By Residents And Community
JERSEY CITY, N.J. – CANCOlofts, an industrial-to-residential condominium loft building in Jersey City, celebrated the groundbreaking on Sept. 10 for CANCOpark, a public park that is being constructed across the street from CANCOlofts, at 50 Dey Street.
CANCOpark, which will offer 15,000 square feet of green space, landscaping, seating and a walking path, is expected to be complete by the end of October. The park will be open for the enjoyment of CANCOlofts residents as well as residents of the neighborhood, contributing to the already appealing lifestyle of the unique property, formerly the American Can Co.
Author’s Come Out to Talk About Their Books, Share Their Intelligence And Creativity
“A Tale of Our City” book festival offers authors, new and established, of all genres and ages, a venue where they can showcase their works and bring to the reading and buying public in a neutral inspiring setting.- Sonia Araujo/ Chair “A Tale of Our City.”
On a beautiful Saturday, September 18th the Jersey City’s 3rd Annual Book Festival was held in Van Vorst Park. The first author we met was
Al Sullivan who works for the Hudson County Reporter papers-Bayonne CommunityNews. Al is a Senior Saff Writer, who reports the news and exhorts about Hudson County politics in his weekly column.
Al was at the Book Festival to promote and read from his first book ” Everyday People: Profiles of the Garden State- published by Rutgers Press, 2001. As Mr. Sullivan will tell you about his book “That every life has a story ripe for the telling.”