How does Jersey City’s Council President feel about development and the direction the city is going in? Our interview sheds lights on the candidate’s positions.
City officials say that the structure "poses a danger," but that there are no funds to tear it down.
Both candidates in the city’s mayoral race discuss affordable housing, what’s currently being done to support it, and what they want to see moving forward.
The result of the senator’s corruption trial remains to be seen, but the conclusion could have a potentially large effect on New Jersey’s congressional representation over the next year.
The council voted 8-1 last week in favor of moving forward on the purchase or eminent domain of the waterfront property, which would be used as open space.
EXCLUSIVE: Garcia Replaces Adofo-Wilson as Newark’s Deputy Mayor for Economic and Housing Development
Carmelo Garcia, previously of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation and the Hoboken Housing Authority, is taking Baye Adofo-Wilson’s position at Newark City Hall.
The Ocean County community is seeking input on Wednesday as Oyster Creek shuts down.
The ShopRite of Newark received a $2 million grant from the City of Newark more than a year after the store opened.
Buildings in Newark neighborhoods along the Passaic River could soon rise up to 40 stories.
A new Assembly Bill will help small restaurants in qualified districts purchase liquor licenses that would otherwise be too expensive.