DAVIS: Teachers Union President Rejects 5-Year Deal with Money Added to the Contract; Deal Puts Money in Teachers Pockets at Zero Tax Increase

(BAYONNE, NJ) – After days of negotiations between the teachers union and the board of education, Mayor Jimmy Davis announced today that Alan D’Angelo, Bayonne Teacher’s Education Association president, has rejected a five-year contract with $1.5 million of new dollars in incentives for teachers. “My administration worked with the board of education to find additional […]

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Farmers’ Market Today

Mayor James Davis announced that the Bayonne Farmers’ Market will be open today, Tuesday, August 26, from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  It will continue until October 28, rain or shine.  The market is held in the parking lot at West 23rd Street and DelMonte Drive, next to Mini Golf.

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Community Development Funds Available for Home Repairs

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that Bayonne’s Community Development Program has funds available for home repairs. This program is made possible by the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) that Bayonne receives each year. Under the terms of the program, an income-qualified homeowner, whose house in need of repairs, may be eligible to receive a deferred […]

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Orange Permit Parking Zone to Include Linnett Street

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Orange Permit Parking Zone has been expanded. In a letter to the City Council on August 13, Mayor Davis advised Council Members that both sides of Linnett Street have been added to the Orange Zone. That zone was created in 2011 to protect neighborhood parking in the area around […]

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