HURRICANE SANDY MESSAGE #8

Beginning Friday, November 2, the City of Bayonne will open up three food distribution centers for all those in need. The centers will be open from 12:00 noon till 5:00 p.m. The three food distribution sites will be: 1. Mary J. Donohoe School on East 5th Street 2. Midtown Community School at West 23rd Street […]

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HURRICANE SANDY MESSAGE #7

City emergency personnel continue to respond around the clock to the aftermath of the storm. PSE&G advises us that they are working around the clock to restore service. Please report power outages and downed lines to PSE&G at 1-800-436-7734. Water and gas services are continuing without interruption and will not be shut off. Water remains […]

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HURRICANE SANDY MESSAGE #6

Please share the following message with your neighbors who may not have telephone or Internet service. Bayonne’s emergency management personnel continue to respond to the aftermath of the storm. We need all residents to continue to avoid unnecessary travel and to stay off the streets if at all possible. Please be advised that Bayonne’s water […]

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Hurricane Sandy Message #5

Message from Mayor Mark A. Smith: The storm that has hit our community is unprecedented in its effect. Many residents have suffered serious losses. Please keep your neighbors, families, and friends in your thoughts. The state of emergency is still in effect. A mandatory curfew has been imposed starting at 6:00 p.m. this evening. No […]

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