HURRICANE SANDY UPDATE #9

Bayonne remains under a state of emergency. A mandatory overnight curfew remains in effect from 6:00 p.m. until further notice. For your safety, residents are instructed to remain at home or in secure locations as much as possible over the next several days. Electric power: Some parts of Bayonne are still without electric power. We […]

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FEMA INFORMATION

Please be advised that the Office of the Mayor has received the following information on emergency disaster loans from FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency). If you have a need for a disaster loan, you may contact FEMA directly for an appointment. FEMA INFORMATION President Obama issued major disaster declarations for Connecticut, New York, and […]

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What PSE&G is Saying About Restoring Electric Power

Hurricane Sandy flooded electric power stations and substations. It was not possible to restore electric power as long as water was in those facilities. Water and electricity do not mix. Crews had to clear water out of the power stations and substations first. The electrical works had to dry and be repaired before anything else […]

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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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