During her closing remarks at a candidate forum on Friday evening, Maria Teresa Feliciano spoke three sentences that came straight out of Aslon Goow’s plan for the city document.
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.
Minutes before the Dominican Day Parade, Maria Teresa Feliciano, vice president of the New Jersey Latino Leadership Alliance, and a group of her core supporters gathered near the corner of East 26th Street off Park Avenue on Sunday morning to officially declare her candidacy for the 2014 Paterson mayoral election.
Aslon Goow, the former 2nd Ward councilman, has set his eyes on the 2014 mayoral election for Paterson’s top job. During an interview with PolitickerNJ, when asked whether he will run in next year’s race, Goow responded, “Yes, I am.”
Three new articles, all posted in the month of March, show various things that Andre Sayegh, the Sixth Ward councilman, has done for Paterson