Housing Survey On Bayonne City Website

In order to receive federal funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the City of Bayonne is required to develop a fair housing plan. Obtaining the input of residents, especially those in the low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, is an important part of the planning process. One means of finding out about […]

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City of Bayonne and Other Agencies Save Money With Common Fueling Station

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the City of Bayonne has opened a common fueling station with several local autonomous agencies. The goal of the operation is to save money by having several public entities purchase fuel in bulk and fill their tanks at a self-service facility. Located on Hook Road, the fueling station is […]

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Federal Block Grant Cuts to Squeeze Local Programs

Mayor Mark A. Smith advises the community that the federal government is expected to cut Bayonne’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) by 18.59% in 2012. In dollar terms the expected cut would reduce the size of the annual federal grant from $1,729,276 to $1,407,819. The looming reduction is a result of last year’s deficit-cutting agreement […]

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Late Fees to Be Waived for Certain Water Bills in Downtown Bayonne

The Bayonne Municipal Utilities Authority (BMUA) announced that it is waiving late fees for certain water bills issued in December to a designated area in downtown Bayonne. On December 7, the BMUA sent out water bills to property owners from 1st Street through 7th Street. The affected area also extends eastward to Oak Street, Oak […]

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