Six months after the city’s business curfew kicked in roughly half-dozen businesses have shuttered, according to business owners in hot spot locations.
The city’s governing body awarded an $86,835 contract to a Manasquan-based consulting company to prepare and submit environmental remediation reports to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for firehouse underground storage tanks that were removed decades ago, according to the city’s engineer.
A full-scale dispute has erupted between some Grand Street business owners and former city councilman Rigo Rodriguez over a small strip of loading zone that sits in front of Dayton Auto Parts.
The city’s police department is seeking public assistance to locate a 21-year-old man charged with attempted murder in connection with a February shooting incident on Vreeland Avenue that left a 20-year-old man wounded in the back.
An 18-year-old alleged drug dealer spotted counting his stash in the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Rosa Parks Boulevard was quickly arrested by two plainclothes city police officers on Tuesday evening, said police director Jerry Speziale.
18 people were charged with underage drinking at the Wild Bull Bar and Saloon during a midnight crackdown at the Buffalo Avenue bar, said police director Jerry Speziale.