Mayor Andre Sayegh stood in front of a freshly painted crosswalk at the corner of Market and East 19th Street on Monday morning to announce a new initiative aimed at sprucing up major intersections throughout the city.
The attorney for Mo’s Low Cost Liquors, the troubled shop at Main-Weiss intersection that police and residents call a crime magnet, secured a temporary stay order on Thursday to allow her client to operate pending a state hearing.
Former business administrator Nellie Pou received $48,716 in severance pay when she departed from municipal government in June, according to public records.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $1.54 million in housing choice vouchers to the Paterson Housing Authority, announced Rep. Bill Pascrell on Thursday afternoon.
The half-dozen large holes remaining at the former Leader Dye site on Madison Avenue has led some to raise questions about the quality of the $1.1 million demolition project.
The city council passed a law on Tuesday night designating Main-Weiss intersection, site of three non-fatal shootings this year, as a hotspot crime zone.
The proposed $4.25 million indoor sports facility close to School 15 received a boost on Monday morning.