PSE&G Prepares for Tonight’s Expected Storm

PSE&G is closely monitoring weather conditions today and has all available personnel and supplies on hand to ensure that any storm-related emergencies are handled safely and promptly. Strong winds can increase the possibility of downed wires and associated power outages. Customers are advised to stay away from all downed power lines. Downed wires should always […]

Share
Continue Reading >>

Avenue C Paving Project to Start

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that this summer’s Avenue C paving project will resurface the avenue from West 42nd Street to West 49th Street. Preliminary work will begin on or about Tuesday, July 31, 2012, weather permitting. A grant of $401,500.00 from the Fiscal Year 2012 Municipal Aid Program of the New Jersey Department of […]

Share
Continue Reading >>

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION VISITS BAYONNE IN SUPPORT OF LOCAL BUSINESSES

Mayor Mark Smith, U.S. Small Business Administration District Director Al Titone, and a representative of Senator Lautenberg’s office toured local businesses this morning, listening to business owners’ concerns and answering questions about programs to assist them. “We thank Senator Lautenberg for bringing this support to the small business community in the City of Bayonne,” stated […]

Share
Continue Reading >>

Fire Department Shows Off New Rescue Boat

[City officials join Fire Department to welcome new rescue boat. Pictured left to right: Captain Robert Kleczynski, Public Safety Director Jason O'Donnell, Deputy Chief Joseph Colasurdo, Deputy Chief Keith Weaver, Fire Chief Gregory Rogers, Mayor Mark A. Smith, and Rev. John Doherty, the Fire Department Chaplain.] On July 19, the Bayonne Fire Department introduced its […]

Share
Continue Reading >>