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2015/03/26 19:21
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PATERSON – Tackling an issue that has ignited passionate opposition in the past, the mayor is working on a plan to impose fees on groups that hold parades in Paterson. The leaders of Paterson’s...
2015/03/26 19:21
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2015/03/25 20:21
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PATERSON – Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres said he is trying to avoid giving any retroactive pay raises to city employees represented by the 16 municipal labor unions currently in contract negotiations. In...
2015/03/25 18:24
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PATERSON — The school district will delay appointing someone to the newly-created position of director of operations until after its budget gets approved, according to spokeswoman Terry Corallo. The...
2015/03/25 16:26
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PATERSON – City homeowners will pay annual increases of several hundred dollars in 2015 to pay for city government, under the $252.6 million budget adopted Tuesday night. This marks the 10th...
2015/03/24 22:21
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PATERSON – Hillcrest neighborhood resident Patricia O’Connor awoke to the pounding of a jackhammer at 7:20 am on Monday. A construction crew working for Public Service Gas and Electric was back at...
2015/03/24 15:21
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PATERSON – Streets designated as crime hot-spots would remain covered by Paterson’s business curfew for two years before they could be removed from the list, under a proposal being considered by the...
2015/03/20 20:22
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PATERSON – The state’s fiscal problems have prompted a prominent investors’ service to consider downgrading the bond ratings for Paterson and six other cities that get transitional aid from...
2015/03/19 23:21
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PATERSON – City homeowners may be on the verge of getting the property tax relief they have been waiting for during the past eight years. Preliminary results from Paterson’s first citywide...
2015/03/18 22:21
2015/03/18 22:21
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PATERSON – Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres said on Wednesday that he has appointed two more people to the honorary, non-paying position of “deputy mayor” – The Brownstone owner and reality show husband...
2015/03/18 21:22
2015/03/18 21:22
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PATERSON – Facing a project that eventually may cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars, city officials are asking the state for extra time to prepare a plan for fixing the municipal sewer...
2015/03/18 19:21
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PATERSON – For the second time in five months, the City Council has balked at approving a proposed $215,000 settlement in a political retaliation lawsuit filed by Paterson’s current public works...
2015/03/18 16:24
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PATERSON – After making changes in more than 150 line items, city officials have crafted a $252.6 million budget that would increase municipal property taxes by two-percent. The City Council approved...
2015/03/16 19:21
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PATERSON — The city police department received 39 complaints from citizens accusing officers of using excessive force against them in 2014, the lowest number of such complaints in the past five years,...
2015/03/12 01:21
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PATERSON — Making sweeping allegations of mismanagement, the City Council launched an all-out assault against the Paterson school district’s plans for a 13 percent increase in the school portion of...
2015/03/11 20:22
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PATERSON — The City Council on Tuesday night awarded a $900,000 contract for construction of a dome for the storage of road salt at the Montgomery Street public works yard. Officials said the dome...
2015/03/11 15:24
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PATERSON – The Toms River law firm headed by the powerful chairman of the Ocean County Republican Organization received a $100,000 contract Tuesday night to handle litigation for Paterson. Political...
2015/03/10 06:21
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Like a mob boss dispatching hit men, New Jersey's transportation chief sent 13 "pothole killers" and dozens of work crews into the streets Monday to begin filling the cracks, crevices and craters that...
2015/03/09 21:22
2015/03/09 21:22
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PATERSON – State officials have agreed to review the city’s bulk-purchase contracts after Paterson Press reported last week that the hardware supply vendor received more than $600,000 in unauthorized...
2015/03/06 21:21
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PATERSON – For more than 12 hours from Thursday night into Friday morning, Paterson’s public works department had run out of road salt in the aftermath of the recent winter storm, officials said. The...
2015/03/06 20:21
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PATERSON – During the past three years, city officials made more than $600,000 worth of unauthorized hardware purchases from a store reportedly owned by the family of former Passaic County Sheriff...
2015/03/26 19:21
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