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New Jersey is set to receive the first batch of 130,000 COVID-19 vaccines within the next four weeks — assuming it receives emergency approval as expected. But state officials want to ensure their plans for a massive statewide distribution won’t be derailed by President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede the election.
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Mayor Fulop and other officials gathered next to the Hackensack Riverfront yesterday to announce the creation of Skyway Park where more than 500 trees will be planted — one for every Jersey City resident who has died of the coronavirus.
Mayor Steven Fulop announced that the city is moving forward with the termination of a tax abatement for 4 of the 6 buildings within The Beacon Community, located at 20 Beacon Way, after the developer, Baldwin Asset Associates Urban Renewal Company defaulted on its 2005 financial agreement with the City of Jersey City.
Governor Phil Murphy has “re-tightened” the limit on outdoor gatherings to a maximum of 25 people, effective 6:00 a.m. on December 7th. Religious and political activities, funerals, memorial services and wedding ceremonies are exempt. Outdoor dining is unaffected.
Mayor Steven Fulop has announced Elizabeth Castillo as the new Acting Director of the Department of Finance, established by the Mayor earlier this year to further develop fiscal policies and procedures. The new Acting Director will fill the position left vacant by the Department’s first-ever Director, John Metro, who was recently appointed the role of Acting Business Administrator by the Mayor.
Governor Phil Murphy has signed an executive order retightening restrictions on gatherings to help stop the spread of COVID–19. Effective Tuesday: Indoor gatherings are limited to a MAXIMUM of 10 people
Keep abreast of Jersey City Covid-19 statisticshere.
Governor Murphy has launched a “Covid Transparency Website” where New Jerseyans can track state expenditures related to Covid. Go here.