School board candidate Dania Martinez, who lost by just eight votes after all the ballots were counted last week, sued for a recount on Wednesday afternoon.
A public works laborer allegedly fired after being injured on the job has filed a lawsuit against the city.
Municipal officials are looking to spend $312,690 for paving and rehabilitation of the neglected basketball court at Buckley Park.
A smartphone application now allows residents to take a picture of a pothole and report it to the city for filling. It also let’s residents lodge loud music, dumping, and a host of other complaints for resolution.
The Paterson Parking Authority received approval for $5.89 million in state tax credits on Thursday morning to rehabilitate the Blue Garage on Van Houten Street, across the street from the Frank X. Graves Public Safety Complex.
Three years after it was constructed for $1.1 million at the dead end of Montgomery Street, the city’s new salt dome requires $30,000 worth of roof repairs.
The chairman of the City Council’s finance committee on Thursday night called for an audit of municipal sewer billings. His call came after mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration bungled the implementation of sewer reforms that led to big increases in fees for property owners.