A week after rejecting a $670,000 deal to sell 11 lots to the Paterson Parking Authority, the city council on Thursday night reversed course.
The city council rejected a measure that would have transferred 11 lots close to the Great Falls National Historical Park to the Paterson Parking Authority for $670,000 on Tuesday night.
Councilman Andre Sayegh in a rare move by a mayor-elect has invited his eight City Council colleagues to serve on his transition team.
Mayor Jane Williams-Warren’s administration proposed a measure to the city council on Tuesday night that imposes a minimum $3,100 sewer connection fee on new home constructions.
Mayor-elect Andre Sayegh, who will be sworn into office in seven weeks, began the transition process on Monday with a request seeking information on such things as issues facing municipal departments, organization charts, reviews and audits, and ongoing legal problems.
Councilman Michael Jackson, who succeeded in convincing his colleagues to reject the Downtown Paterson Special Improvement District budget two months ago, received a breakdown of the district’s expenses earlier in the month.
Nelly Celi tried unsuccessfully to get on the ballot. She submitted the needed signatures, but had too many invalid petitions. She was undeterred and ventured on running a write-in campaign to try her luck at winning one of the three available at-large council seats.