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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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New Brunswick City Council Members Sworn In at Annual Reorganization Meeting

For Immediate Release For Further Information Contact Russell Marchetta rmarchetta@cityofnewbrunswick.org 732-745-5004   New Brunswick City Council Members Swore In at Annual Reorganization Meeting New Brunswick, NJ, January 3, 2013 – Three council members were swore in to positions on the New Brunswick City Council and picked a new president and vice president at Wednesday’s annual […]

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