HURRICANE SANDY MESSAGE #1

THE CITY OF BAYONNE HAS ISSUED THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE SANDY: MAYOR MARK A. SMITH HAS DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE CITY OF BAYONNE, EFFECTIVE AT 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY NIGHT. WE ASK THAT ALL NON-ESSENTIAL VEHICLES STAY OFF THE ROADS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY RAINS ARE EXPECTED. THE CITY […]

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PSE&G Ramps Up Preparations for Hurricane Sandy

SE&G is continuing to closely monitoring the track of Hurricane Sandy and is ramping up emergency preparations. Although the storm is now tracking further south, it is still expected to bring heavy rain, strong winds and flooding to our service territory. At this time, Hurricane Sandy is expected to begin impacting New Jersey as early […]

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Bayonne Emergency Services Prepare for Storm

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the City of Bayonne’s emergency services are making preparations for the storm that is expected to hit our area on or about¬†Sunday, October 28. Mayor Smith said, “On Friday, I will be convening a meeting of emergency services and other municipal agencies to prepare for the impact of severe […]

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BAYONNE TRAFFIC ADVISORY: TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSING DURING PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION

The 5th Street Connector between Route 440 and Ingham Avenue in Bayonne is expected to be closed to traffic until approximately the last week of November 2012. Road closure will be in effect between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Signs will be posted announcing the route of the detour […]

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