Bayonne’s Recycling of Electronic Waste Has Increased Every Year Since 2011

Bayonne’s recycling of televisions, computers, and other electronics has increased each year since 2011.  In 2011, the City of Bayonne collected 25.26 tons of electronic items.  That amount grew to 28.13 tons in 2012.  The community’s electronic recycling had a nearly 400% increase to 110.05 tons in 2013, the year that Bayonne began curbside pick-ups […]

Turnpike Update 6/15

From Interchange 14A Toll Plaza to the westbound Hudson County Extension, as well as from the ramp from westbound Hudson County Extension to the Toll Plaza, ramp widening work will continue including bridge work, retaining wall construction, and excavation activities. Work will continue on JFK Boulevard, Avenue C, and Garfield Avenue bridges in advance of […]

End-game Photographers Gear Stripped Down

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Apps That Will Make Your Tablet A Weapon

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Council Chooses Lawyer from “Brat Case” To Run City Development

By Scott Marlow   The Bayonne City Council voted unanimously to appoint John Inglesino’s firm to lead city redevelopment efforts. Inglesino gained recent infamy after he represented 18 year old Rachel Canning in her fight to sue her parents for  various reasons, including not paying for her car. Inglesino has also been criticized and had […]