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An Update from Mayor Cahill Regarding the New Brunswick Water Utility

Regarding the New Brunswick Water Utility, The transition period during which American Water took on the operational support of the City’s Water Treatment facilities has been seamless and has gone remarkably well. The City’s Water Utility employees have performed admirably and have certainly risen to the occasion. Our employees have developed a professional and positive […]

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NBPA Executive Director Elected President of New Jersey Parking Institute

Mitch Karon, Executive Director of the New Brunswick Parking Authority has been elected President of the prestigious New Jersey Parking Institute by a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors. The New Jersey Parking Institute, a division of The New Jersey Association of Parking Authorities and Agencies, is a professional association of Parking Administrators, Commissioners, […]

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Parking Authority Operations Director Achieves Certification

The International Parking Institute served official notification to the New Brunswick Parking Authority that the CAPP Certification Board (Certified Administrator of Public Parking), along with the International Parking Institute and the University of Virginia has recommended NBPA Director of Operations Harry J Delgado, Ed.S, CAPP, for certification based on his completion of the CAPP Program […]

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Pre-Pay and Reserve Parking Now Available at Civic Square Deck

The New Brunswick Parking Authority has announced the availability of the online “ParkMe”  program to pre-pay and reserve parking at the Civic Square Deck after 5 p.m. and select valet locations. The Parking Authority is consistently looking for ways to make parking in New Brunswick more convenient for their patrons. Online reservations can expedite parking  by […]

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New Brunswick Community Farmers Market, Meals on Wheels Spread Fresh Produce Throughout the City

The New Brunswick Community Farmers Market,  in cooperation with the Rutgers Department of Human Ecology launched a program this summer that brings fresh, locally sourced produce to residents benefited by Meals on Wheels in Greater New Brunswick. The three organizations work together to stuff and deliver bags full of fresh fruits and vegetables like blueberries, peaches, […]

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