City Moves to Aide Recovery Mayor Waives Permit Fees; Orders Streamlined Process

In an effort to provide relief for citizens who wish to repair their properties following Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Mark A. Smith has ordered the Bayonne Building Division to streamline the issuance of permits for work to restore storm related damage. The Mayor has also waived all fees for storm related restoration construction and announced extended […]

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Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Update – Thursday, November 8

Effective Thursday, November 8, NJ Transit restored limited Light Rail service between 22nd Street in Bayonne and Hoboken Terminal, with trains running every 20 minutes. Please check www.njtransit.com for additional updates and service advisories.

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Hurricane Update Message from Mayor Mark A. Smith, Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has established a public information center at the Bayonne Community Museum, 229 Broadway (at 9th Street), to assist with applications for FEMA assistance and provide information on the FEMA claims process. FEMA representatives will be there from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, including Saturday and Sunday. Residents will […]

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Mayor Smith and Assemblyman O’Donnell Announce Availability of Business Assistance Services

Bayonne Mayor Mark A. Smith and Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell announced that business assistance services are available for those affected by the storm. Services available include financial support, information on temporary space, and technical assistance for impacted businesses. Information for all services is available from New Jersey’s Business Action Center (BAC) by calling 1-866-534-7789, or by […]

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