Ward E Councilman James Solomon and Councilman At-Large Rolando Lavarro are calling for Mayor Fulop and the entire City Council to dedicate any revenues generated by a local marijuana tax to the Jersey City Public Schools.
Jersey City and Hudson County Republicans, though far outnumbered by their Democrat counterparts, remain staunchly behind President Trump.
On Monday night School Superintendent Franklin Walker predicted that Jersey City schools would continue remote learning until February. Walker had previously targeted November for reopening. While some educators and parents are no doubt relieved by the news, we believe that Walker’s recommendation is a cop out.
JCT got a chance to ask new TECCS principal, Chloe Lewis, some questions about her background, her teaching philosophy and the future of the school.
Wunderkind and Fulop protege, Brian Platt, who currently serves as Jersey City’s Business Administrator, is headed to Kansas City, Missouri to assume the job of City Manager.
Jersey City residents are, on average, in relatively good financial shape. This according to financial website Wallethub which ranked the 100 largest cities in the U.S. for financial distress.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released a design concept for the restoration of the interior of Liberty State Park.
With under two weeks until the general election on November 3, organizers in Jersey City are working toward reaching swing state voters and electing Joe Biden.
It’s not often that voters get a say in how they want public funding spent, and Jersey City is a leader in giving its residents a say in what is important in their lives.
For close to four hours the speakers took their turns weighing in against a controversial inclusionary zoning ordinance put forth by Mayor Steven Fulop and Council-President Joyce Watterman.