Mayor Smith Assails Decision to Halt Boulevard Bus Demands that Company Continue Operation While Alternatives Are Explored

Bayonne Mayor Mark Smith responded to the news that Trans-Hudson Express, Inc., operator of the No. 10 Boulevard Bus intends to cease operation of that route on April 8, 2012. Smith said his office received notice of the company’s intent via a hand delivered letter yesterday. “The notice we received was not in conformance with […]

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Irish Flag-Raising Ceremony Set for Wednesday, March 7

Bayonne’s St. Patrick’s Parade Committee will join City officials for a ceremony on Wednesday, March 7, at 5:00 p.m., in the Dorothy Harrington Council Chambers at City Hall, 630 Avenue C. The aides to parade Grand Marshal Sean Neary will be honored. After the ceremony inside the building, the group will move outside to the […]

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St. Patrick’s Party Set for March 15 at 56th St. Senior Center

The Bayonne Recreation Division announced that the 56th Street Senior Center will hold its annual St. Patrick’s Day party on Thursday, March 15, from 12:00 Noon to 2:00 p.m. The event will feature musical entertainment by the Bayonne Senior Orchestra with bandleader and vocalist June Sturz. June and the orchestra will sing and play St. […]

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New Ordinance Requires Permanent Fencing With Green Slats Around Vacant Properties

Mayor Mark A. Smith reminded property owners that a new ordinance requires permanent fences with green slats to be erected around vacant properties. Responding to an Administration initiative, the City Council passed the ordinance on October 19, 2011. That ordinance went into effect in November. City officials mailed notices about the new ordinance recently to […]

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