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Assistant City Attorney Promoted to City Attorney

Mayor Jim Cahill has appointed T.K. Shamy to serve as City Attorney, the approval of which was granted by the City Council at Wednesday’s council reorganization meeting. Shamy succeeds longtime City Attorney William Hamilton, who has filled the role since 1986. Hamilton, a former U.S. Assistant Attorney, Majority Leader and Speaker for the NJ General […]

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UPDATED: Council Approves Next Phase of Recreation Park Project

  UPDATE: The New Brunswick City Council approved a resolution at its September 17 meeting that authorizes the bidding process to begin for the reconstruction of Recreation Park. The proposed $2.5 million renovation of Recreation Park entails a full-scale makeover of the park, including the construction of a skate park, a spray park, a new […]

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City Administration Proposes 12-Month Agreement with American Water

The City Administration has completed its negotiations with American Water and will propose to the New Brunswick City Council a 12-month agreement for operational assistance at the New Brunswick Water Treatment and Distribution Plant. The proposed agreement will go before the Council at its September 17 meeting for discussion and a vote. Highlights in this […]

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City Council Approves $600,000 for Dina’s Dwellings

A project that would provide long-term supportive housing for domestic violence survivors is one step closer to becoming a reality. On June 18, the New Brunswick City Council approved $604,385 in HOME funds to benefit Dina’s Dwellings, a $3.4 million project that will transform the sanctuary of First Reformed Church into 10 supportive housing units. […]

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Rutgers Day Recap!

    Rutgers Day had a table that featured the City of New Brunswick. We gave away New Brunswick themed t-shirts and City information. Mayor Cahill and Council members enjoyed meeting people from all over the state and talking with people! Did you take ‪#‎SelfieswiththeCity‬ of New Brunswick’s Mayor Cahill or Council Members Anderson, Escobar or Fleming? […]

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