Campaigning out on Alabama Avenue on Thursday afternoon Jeffery Jones, incumbent mayor, said during his second term in office, he will shed all the current department heads to appoint new directors.
A delegation of Chinese business owners and government representatives visited the city on Monday morning seeking possible investment opportunities within city limits.
Jeffery Jones, the city’s mayor, wrote he cashed out $17,394 worth of vacation time based on a precedence set by the previous administration in a letter addressed to residents and the governing body on Tuesday.
City residents weigh in on the performance of Jeffery Jones, the city’s mayor, through a survey on job creation, on attracting businesses, on promises made, and whether residents are willing to try the mayor for a second term.
With many of his streets still untouched by plows, Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman, the 2nd Ward councilman, called on the mayor to seek assistance from other towns in removing snow and salting the streets.
The Super Bowl is being held less than 20-minute drive from Paterson yet the city, unlike its many neighbors, has no events scheduled for the weekend to take advantage of the influx of football fans flocking to northern New Jersey.
The City Council, during its Tuesday evening meeting, unanimously voted in support of the hotel development near St. Joseph’s hospital by Medical Missions for Children, a city based non-profit organization.