Funds Available for Seniors and Disabled People With Damage From Hurricane Sandy

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that funds are available for seniors and disabled people whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Eligible households can receive up to $5,000, if the homes still have damage from the hurricane. The home repair program can help with: 1) replacing interior wall boards; 2) remediating mold; 3) restoring heating and […]

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Students Available to Help Seniors Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that senior citizens who were affected by Hurricane Sandy, and who need assistance cleaning up their homes, should contact the Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation (BEOF) for assistance. The BEOF is the local administrator of the Students Helping Seniors program, which can make Bayonne High School students available to help seniors clean […]

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Bayonne Police to Host National Night Out on Tuesday, August 5

    Mayor Jimmy Davis invited Bayonne residents to join the Bayonne Police Department on Tuesday, August 5, for this year’s National Night Out. Mayor Davis said, “National Night Out is a great event that promotes safer communities across America. I would like to invite the people of Bayonne to join with the Bayonne Police […]

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Bayonne Bridge Update

    Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has advised the City of Bayonne about upcoming Bayonne Bridge construction activities. The Port Authority has also provided the City with updated information about aspects of the project that have already started. In addition to that, the Port Authority […]

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