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NEW BULK TRASH ORDINANCE TO TAKE EFFECT OCTOBER 1; PICK-UPS LIMITED TO 10 ITEMS ON EACH BULK COLLECTION DAY
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Newark, NJ—September 21, 2016—Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Central Ward Council Member Gayle Chaneyfield-Jenkins will host a ceremony to re-name the corner of Dey Street and Central Avenue in the City’s Central Ward today, Wednesday, September 21, at 1:30 p.m. to honor Division of Traffic and Signals Manager Jack Nata, who recently passed away. The location is adjacent to the Division’s complex. Mr. Nata was a 27-year municipal employee at the time of his death, who rose through the Department of Engineering ranks to become Manager of Traffic and Signals. He was responsible for maintenance of the City’s streets, signs,… [Full Post]
Newark, NJ –- September 20, 2016 — Department of Public Works Director Talib Aquil announced today that starting on October 1, the City of Newark will begin enforcing a new Municipal Ordinance that will limit bulk trash pick-ups to 10 items on Bulk Collection days. Bulk items in excess of 10 will not be picked up by the City’s Division of Sanitation. Residents and property owners must contract with a private hauler to have excess items removed. Any person, firm, corporation, or entity that violates, fails or neglects to comply with the provisions of this ordinance, shall be punishable upon… [Full Post]
Newark, NJ –- September 16, 2016 — Mayor Ras J. Baraka and the Department of Neighborhood and Recreation Services Director Patrick Council announced today that the City of Newark will hold registration for its 2016 Drum & Drill Team Program for youth on Friday, September 16, at 5:30 p.m., in the Boylan Street Recreation Center, located at 916 South Orange Avenue, in the City’s West Ward. The program will teach youth aged 6-18 in drum and drill techniques, and is a collaboration with the Unique Drill and Drum Corporation. The program is co-ed, and open to Newark residents. Participants will… [Full Post]
Newark, NJ—September 15, 2016—Mayor Ras J. Baraka, the GrassROOTS Community Foundation, and Black Thought of the Roots will launch the “Roots, Rock, Run” 5K Community Walk/Run on Saturday, October 1, from 9 a.m. to Noon, at Weequahic Park at Elizabeth Avenue and Meeker Street in Newark’s South Ward. The Mayor will also lead a training run for youth, family and community members in preparation for this event, on Sunday, September 18, at 11 a.m., at City Hall, located at 920 Broad Street. The walk/run is a family-oriented event that will raise awareness of the importance of physical activity and healthier… [Full Post]
2016 Wrestling Program – Dept. of Neighborhood & Recreation Center-
Open to Girls and Boys Ages 8-13
Call or Register -973-733-6454
Mondays and Wednesdays – 4p = 6p
Core stability and Balance training for all ages.
To register: 973-926-7371 firstname.lastname@example.org
Come enjoy chess on the waterfront, hosted by Newark Chess Club Thursday evenings at 6pm.
Whether you are a beginner or a pro, bring your skills to the Riverfront and enjoy chess in peaceful Newark Riverfront Park! All are welcomed.
A FREE monthly comedy show at Kilkenny’s Ale house in Newark bringing some of the best comics to Brick City. Last Thursday of every month @ 9 p.m..
And a great excuse to have #DrinkswithDevs! ; )
**THIS EVENT IS NOT HOSTED BY CfN**