Smith and O’Donnell Offer Communication Help to Filipino Residents Following Earthquake

Mayor Mark A. Smith and Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell announced that their offices will make telephones available for local Filipino-Americans to contact their relatives at home following the earthquake that struck the central Philippines on February 6. The earthquake had a magnitude of 6.9 on the Richter scale, and caused mudslides in the country. Smith said, […]

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Bayonne Bridge Southbound Lanes Were Temporarily Closed

On the morning of Monday, February 6, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey began a clean-up operation on the Bayonne Bridge, due to a disabled tractor trailer with a cargo spill. Southbound lanes of the bridge were closed during the clean-up.

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Property Taxes Due Friday, February 10

The Bayonne Office of the Tax Collector reminded taxpayers that first quarter property taxes are due by Friday, February 10. The nominal due date for first quarter property taxes was Wednesday, February 1. There is a grace period for payments made through the close of business on Friday, February 10. Payments may be made by […]

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Mayor’s Evening Office Hours Suspended on Tuesday, February 14

The Office of the Mayor announced that Mayor Mark A. Smith’s evening office hours will not take place on Tuesday, February 14. His evening office hours will resume the following week on Tuesday, February 21, at 5:30 p.m.

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