The attorneys for indicted mayor Jose “Joey” Torres and three public works supervisors appeared in Hudson County Superior Court on Tuesday afternoon seeking more time to review thousands of pages of discovery documents and hundreds of hours of video footage.
The city awarded a $595,315 contract to a Bergen County company for the purchase and installation of hardware for its new unified public safety communication center, according to city records.
Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ administration awarded $264,112 in federal grant money to Paterson Habitat for Humanity to build two single-family homes on Godwin Avenue.
Passaic County assignment judge Ernest Caposela invalidated 22 mail-in votes in the 2nd Ward election case on Friday morning in a contest that was narrowing decided by just 20 votes.
The Paterson Art Factory has hired an attorney specifically to represent dozens of its tenants accused of operating businesses without the needed occupancy certificates.
The city council settled 11 workers compensation cases on Tuesday night paying out $479,243.
The city council is considering designating the section of 21st Avenue between Madison Avenue and East 22nd Street to also be known as “Colombian Corridor” in tribute to one of the city’s ethnic communities.