Superstorm Sandy Tax Assistance Outreach Events

The New Jersey Division of Taxation and the Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services (DORES) are offering a series of free tax and business assistance events in areas that suffered severe damage during Superstorm Sandy. Representatives from Taxation’s Training and Outreach Unit, DORES, and other New Jersey State agencies will be available to help individuals […]

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Smith Administration Supports Upgrading Stadium Playing Surfaces

At the City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 20, at 7:00 p.m., the Smith Administration is asking the Council to award a contract to Maser Engineering to begin the process of upgrading and restoring the playing surfaces at Don Ahern Veterans Memorial Stadium. Mayor Mark A. Smith said, “My Administration has a long-range vision […]

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Seminar on Starting a Business Cancelled at Bayonne Library

The Bayonne Free Public Library and Cultural Center announced that the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) has cancelled a seminar that the group had scheduled at the library for Wednesday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m., due to a problem with the speaker’s schedule. The seminar was to have covered how to start and manage […]

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Street-Sweeping and Alternate Side Parking Back in Effect in Bayonne on Tuesday, February 19

The Bayonne Department of Public Works and the Bayonne Parking Utility announced that mechanical street-sweeping and alternate side parking will be back in effect on Tuesday, February 19. Street-sweeping and alternate side parking were suspended earlier this month following the snowstorm on February 8 and 9. Since most of the snow from that storm has […]

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