The controversial Paterson Art Factory is facing a major hurdle at the City Council as it seeks entertainment and dance hall licenses.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration is spending $167,550 to conduct an audit of the Paterson Police Department.
Assistant business administrator Jennifer Hirschmanner has filed a lawsuit in New Jersey Superior Court alleging current and former municipal officials harassed, mistreated, and discriminated against her.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration faced a barrage of questions from members of the City Council over a novel discounted tax lien sale approach, where the administration sells the tax certificate based not only on the price offered, but also by considering the development project proposed for the site.
Longtime activist Ernest Rucker blasted City Council president Maritza Davila on Tuesday night for introducing a measure that will bar one speaker from yielding time to another at public meetings.
A week after passing a measure to set up what’s called a 401(a) plan, tax-deferred retirement saving accounts for retiring public safety employees, the City Council on Monday afternoon rescinded the resolution.
Municipal officials have agreed to set up what’s called a 401(a) plan, tax-deferred retirement saving accounts, for retiring public safety employees. Members of the City Council approved a measure on Monday allowing mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration to set up the plan at the request of the police and fire unions.