Costume Contest at City Hall

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced the winners of the Halloween costume contest at City Hall.  Rosina Bunin of the Purchasing Department won first place.  Madelene Medina of the City Clerk’s Office finished second.  Attorney Karla Garcia of the Law Department finished third.

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Broadway Businesses Displaying A “Trick or Treat” Sign Will Have Halloween Treats

The Bayonne Special Improvement District/Urban Enterprise Zone (SID/UEZ) advises residents that Broadway businesses that will have treats available on Halloween are posting orange “Trick or Treat” signs.  Each sign also includes a drawing of a pumpkin.  On Halloween, Friday, October 31, trick-or-treaters should visit those Broadway businesses that have posted the “Trick or Treat” sign.

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Heat Regulations Are in Effect in Bayonne

Mayor Jimmy Davis reminded property owners and employers about the heating regulations that are now in effect. According to Bayonne’s municipal codes, when heat is supplied in dwellings of two units or more, or in places of employment, and there is no written agreement to the contrary, heat of a temperature not less than 68 […]

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Water Meter Change Out and Capital Upgrades for Bayonne’s Water and Sewer Systems

  Tim Boyle, Executive Director, Bayonne Municipal Utility Authority (BMUA), reminded residents that United Water is required to perform 2.5 million dollars’ worth of upgrades to Bayonne’s Water and Sewer Systems annually for the next several decades. This requirement is part of United Water’s contract with the Bayonne’s Municipal Utilities Authority. Tim Boyle said, “There’s […]

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