The city council awarded $505,000 in federal grant money to the New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) on Tuesday night to build four units of low-income housing on Wayne Avenue.
Former business administrator Nellie Pou received $48,716 in severance pay when she departed from municipal government in June, according to public records.
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 approved the sale of the Paterson Armory for $3 million to prominent developer Charles Florio on Tuesday night.
Prominent developer Charles Florio mesmerized municipal officials on Tuesday night with an ambitious plan – 138 luxury apartments and 10,000 square feet of retail space — for the Paterson Armory.
The super PAC that hounded Andre Sayegh’s opponents in the six-man mayoral race, sending out a number of unflattering mailers, spent $137,904, more than Michael Jackson and William McKoy combined, to get the mayor elected to office.
The city council narrowly voted to accept a $30,000 donation to improve eight ballfields from the controversial “One Paterson” civic organization connected to mayor Andre Sayegh.