Building Permit Fees Waived for Post-Hurricane Restoration Waived Through Dec. 31st

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that building permit fees in Bayonne will be waived through December 31 for anyone doing post-hurricane restoration work. Previously, shortly after the storm, Mayor Smith had announced a three-week waiver of fees for hurricane-damaged property. The new policy extends the existing waiver until the end of 2012. In an effort […]

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Hurricane Debris Pick-Up Continues in Bayonne

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the Bayonne Department of Public Works will continue to do curbside pick-up of hurricane debris until Friday, December 21. Public Works and Control Demolition, which is under contract with the City, have been picking up this debris continuously since shortly after Hurricane Sandy struck Bayonne. Anyone who wishes to […]

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Residents Urged to “Opt in” to Receive Updates from the City

Mayor Mark A. Smith advised residents that there are several different ways to receive information electronically from the City of Bayonne. Mayor Smith said, “The City of Bayonne communicates with our residents in several different formats. Our municipal website has the capacity to send out e-mail blasts. We have an emergency telephone notification system, also […]

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Library to Hold Registration for Various Programs in the Children’s Room

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the Bayonne Public Library will have registration for Parent/Toddler Time and Preschool Story Hour. Registration for these programs will take place starting Monday, December 17 at 9:30 a.m., through Friday, December 21, or until these programs are filled, whichever comes first. The library will start registration each day at […]

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