Paterson’s city budget infused with $46 million in COVID relief. What does this mean for you?

by Joe Malinconico PATERSON — An infusion of more than $46 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding has produced a 19.6% increase in Paterson’s proposed city budget for 2022. Most of the federal money would be used for one-time initiatives and projects, including a possible $20 million community center, officials said. Property taxes for city

Paterson to Benefit from Part of $6.5 Million in EPA Brownfields-Specific Funding Going to New Jersey Communities

Contact Information John Senn ( 212-637-3662 NEW YORK – Paterson, N.J. will benefit from the more than $250 million in funding recently awarded across the country to 265 communities. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Lisa F. Garcia was joined today by U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh and New Jersey Economic

Grants to Purchase Electric Ambulances, Utility Trucks Set for Approval

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ – The City of Paterson will utilize $609,000 awarded through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Transportation Electrification Grant to offset the cost of the purchase of two electric ambulances, under a measure being considered by the Paterson City Council. The cost of the two Diesel vehicles, the resolution

Paterson Recognizes Municipal Employees’ Commitment with Premium Pay and Luncheon

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE Mayor Andre Sayegh, Business Administrator Kathleen Long and Paterson City Council President Maritza Davila announced on Thursday that about 1,300 Paterson municipal employees will receive a second round of premium pay on April 22. Employees who worked in person during the height of the pandemic from March 17, 2020, to February 1,

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