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Paterson’s parks must be a priority in order to move our community forward | Sayegh

Andre Sayegh Special to the USA TODAY NETWORK Improving our parks and fields was a plank in my platform during the mayoral campaign and is an initiative that my administration is passionately pursuing. That’s why one of the hardest parts of my pandemic response was issuing an executive order shutting down all of the parks

Paterson Receives $450,000 Federal Grant To Create, Develop Victim Specialist Program Within PD

By Emily Young PATERSON, N.J. - Victims of assault often face numerous challenges down the road after their initial call for help, such as medical bills, navigating the court system or finding a new place to live. Paterson will be the first city in the state to have a victim specialist within the police department

The Legislature must approve Phil Murphy’s economic road map for NJ. Here’s why | Sayegh

Andre Sayegh Special to the USA TODAY NETWORK Before the pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy proposed a robust plan to create a stronger and fairer economy in New Jersey. His ambitious vision included achieving the following five goals by 2025: Job growth: 300,000 new jobs. Wage growth: $1,500 increase in annual median wage. Diverse innovation ecosystem:

Paterson Company to Deliver 110,000 Masks to Bergen County in Pandemic Fight

By KIMBERLY REDMOND PATERSON, NJ – In a nod to Paterson’s role in the battle against COVID-19, Bergen County and Bergen New Bridge Medical Center recently made a bulk purchase of 110,000 N95 respirators from city-based Protective Health Gear (PHG). The masks, officials said, will help them maintain local stockpile of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Some Paterson families could get unrestricted $500 per month in Sayegh’s proposed program

Joe Malinconico Paterson Press PATERSON — As many as 150 low-income Paterson families would get $500 per month with no restrictions on how they spend the money under an initiative being proposed by Mayor Andre Sayegh. Under the so-called “Guaranteed Income” program, the money for the monthly payments would come from private donors, the mayor

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