Smith and O’Donnell Call Upon Congress to Renew the Educator’s Tax Deduction

Bayonne Mayor Mark A. Smith and Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell called upon the U.S. Congress to renew the educator’s tax deduction for expenses incurred in 2012 and future years. The federal deduction expired at the end of 2011. Smith said, “All across America, teachers often buy school supplies for their classrooms and students with their own […]

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Bayonne Planning Board Approves Eastern Millwork Expansion on 7th Street

Last week, the Bayonne Planning Board voted for Eastern Millwork’s proposal for the renovation and expansion of the Ideal Window Manufacturing plant at 151-173 West 7th Street. Eastern Millwork envisions replacing Ideal at the site, and employing sixty people at the West 7th Street location, which will serve as both a headquarters and an operational […]

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Larry Kirwan of Black 47 to Perform at Bayonne Community Museum on March 6

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that musician, playwright, and author Larry Kirwan will perform his show, “Rock and Read,” at the Bayonne Community Museum, at 9th Street and Broadway in Bayonne, N.J., on Tuesday evening, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. This event is made possible with the financial support of the Bayonne St. Patrick’s Parade […]

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Harbor Deepening Project to Blast Old Railroad Bridge Footings in Newark Bay

The Army Corps of Engineers has advised the City of Bayonne that the New York/New Jersey Harbor Deepening Project will be drilling and blasting in Newark Bay for approximately one week, beginning on or about Monday, February 13. The goal of that project is to create deeper lanes for shipping in local bodies of water. […]

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