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Streets in Montgomery Gardens Area Closed for Building Implosion - Saturday, August 29, 2015, 6:00 a.m. to Noon.
The Jersey City Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security is advising residents that several streets in the area of Montgomery Gardens will be closed Saturday morning due to the implosion of three buildings at the former public housing site that will be transformed into a new, mixed income, affordable and senior housing community.
From 6 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, Aug. 29th, streets around Montgomery Gardens will be closed to traffic and pedestrians and will have parking restricted as a safety measure for the implosion, which will take place at 9 a.m.
Residents in the two-block exclusion zone around Montgomery Gardens should also keep their home windows closed prior to and during the implosion. The City will also be monitoring the air quality before, during and after the implosion as the dust settles to determine if the roads can be opened earlier.
For those residents wishing to view the implosion, city officials have established a viewing station at the corner of Fremont and Bright Streets. Residents are advised that parking in the area is limited and that they should arrive at 8 a.m. to secure a viewing position. Read Press Release and View Map
Are You One Of The Thousands Who Still Need Help After Hurricane Sandy?
The Legal Services of New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Hotline is here to help. All New Jersey residents with civil legal problems caused by Superstorm Sandy or the aftermath are encouraged to call 1-888-222-5765.
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Proposed Formula Business Regulation Changes
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Mayor Fulop Introduces 2015 Municipal Budget
The 2015 Calendar Year Budget has been introduced by the administration with no property tax increase as we continue to expand our tax base, consolidate services, and promote economic policies that stimulate growth. We are keeping taxes stable this year following last year’s property tax reduction of 2.13 percent – a rare accomplishment for New Jersey municipalities.
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