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.
After criticizing mayor Andre Sayegh for his past tax hike stances, the City Council approved a 2-percent tax increase on Tuesday night, giving his nascent administration a chance to deliver on the campaign promise to stabilize taxes through development.
Council president Maritza Davila did not appoint councilman Luis Velez as chair or co-chair of a single City Council committee. She also did not assign him as member to a single significant committee.