Â Come to theÂ Event Monday,Â March 26 7pm-8:30 pm
FERC APPROVES Spectra Pipeline! Pipeline Update Presentation & Panel at City Hall
The Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (DCNA) and NO Gas Pipeline, together with our panel guests below, will provide an update on the proposed Spectra Energy gas pipeline and what options are available if we need to overturn the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) ruling following the final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) relative to Jersey City. This event will start promptly at 7:00 PM. Q&A to Panel will follow.
Â Monday, March 26, 2012 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm – PANEL DISCUSSION 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm FILM VIEWING “DON’T BLOW UP”
Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall 230 Grove Street, Jersey City
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued their Final Environment Impact Study (FEIS) two weeks ago approving of Spectra’s plans to build a pipeline through the heart of Jersey City to deliver gas to Manhattan. For those not familiar with the plans, you can find a map of the route as well as other information on the NO Gas PipelineWEBSITE.
What does this mean for THE VILLAGE section of downtown Jersey City.
This is possibly one of the most important issues to face our neighborhood, and your involvement is key to stopping it.
Check out this NBC report filmed right in our neighborhood HERE
Dining Italiano with Frankie and Dino on the Juke!
By Sally Deering
Â The Barge Inn is a warm and cozy Italian restaurant on the corner of 3rd and Monmouth Streets in Jersey City that offers lovers of Italian cuisine authentic family recipes in an atmosphere that makes you feel like you were invited to dinner at a friend’s home. And that’s just the way Linda and Peter “Bitzy” Paldino and Linda’s brother Richie Marto, who oversees The Barge Inn’s bar around the corner, want you to feel.
Â Linda and Bitzy have been married 31 years and not only are they partners in life, they’re partners in business. They have a son Richard who isÂ a Detective on the East Orange Police Force for 6 years.Â Bitzy and LindaÂ Â have worked side-by-sideÂ for many years andÂ Â they even created one of the house specials named for him: Pork Chops Bitzy served with potatoes, onions, sweet and hot peppers ($22). The menu and a blackboard of daily specials offer variations of seafood, meat and poultry dishes that are cooked to order and made with fresh ingredients delivered that day. Continue reading The Barge Inn offers Fine Italian Cuisine in a Cozy Downtown Jersey City Neighborhood Bistro→
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