At least 30 homes have been identified for acquisition by the state for flood control efforts along the Rahway River watershed.
City Council unanimously approved the sale of the Police Assistance Center building to the Parking Authority. The East Cherry Street property eventually will be razed as part of infrastructure improvements and reconfiguration related to a proposed mixed-use development and extension of Monroe Street.
An ordinance that would have expanded the Special Improvement District (SID) beyond downtown to all commercial properties in the city was invalidated by a judge’s ruling.
A ruling could come as early as this month in the lawsuit over the expanded Special Improvement District (SID) after a hearing on Oct. 9. UPDATE: Apologies for the ill-timed post, a decision came down late Monday afternoon — click here for an update.
Continue reading Ruling in SID lawsuit could come this month
Demolition of some of the buildings on the long-dormant Wheatena and Quinn & Boden properties started in earnest over the last week.
Bids for construction of an artificial turf field and sports lighting for planned upgrades at Rahway River Park will be opened at the end of this month.
Continue reading Lighting, turf bids sought this month
The results of our latest poll are in and there was a clear winner for your favorite Rahway bar followed by a handful of other favorites.
Continue reading Poll results: Your favorite Rahway bar
A lawsuit over the expansion of the Special Improvement District (SID) could come to a head with a hearing scheduled for Friday.
Continue reading SID lawsuit hearing Friday