I am voting for Rolando Lavarro for Council at Large on November 2nd and I urge you to join me.
A Jersey City man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 49 year-old woman earlier this month in Greenville.
Candidates for the Jersey City Board of Education shared their ideas for addressing a teacher shortage affecting the city’s public schools at a virtual forum held by Infinity Institute parents Tuesday night.
A 26 year-old Jersey City man has pleaded guilty in the death of a woman struck down by a vehicle last year while walking in Greenville.
Homeowners who purchased their properties through an affordable housing program won’t pocket most of that appreciation when they sell, because of a deed restriction they say they didn’t know was on their mortgages.
At Wednesday’s meeting, the City Council voted to reappoint John Scura as the acting CF, and awarded a $35,000 grant to PERC to administer the city’s overflow homeless shelter program.
An analysis of the nearly 800 votes the City Council took in the first 40 weeks of this year shows a striking pattern: Members of “Team” Fulop — Councilmembers Richard Boggiano, Mira Prinz-Arey, Denise Ridley, Daniel Rivera, Jermaine Robinson, Yousef Saleh, and Joyce Watterman — voted in lock step 99 percent of the time, in every instance voting in favor of whatever resolution or ordinance had been introduced.
Your letter uses red-baiting scare tactics, calling Brooks a “proud and declared socialist,” as though that is something that is threatening and dangerous.
All is not lost. Standing in the wings and hoping to replace “Team Fulop” are nine independent, smart and capable individuals who, if elected, could begin to turn this ship around.
This year’s race for mayor presents Jersey City voters with two wholly unsatisfying options. We can’t endorse either candidate.