A tax appeal settlement with the previous owner of Carriage City Plaza’s hotel and commercial space totaled a refunded of almost $116,000, representing about a 17-percent reduction on property taxes for 2013 through 2016.
It’s funny to look at back at the posts on this site in its early years. It was the same year that the original iPhone debuted and The Sopranos ended — hard to believe! It was even before construction of Park Square or Carriage City Plaza were completed and Hamilton Laundry was still standing.
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The condition and maintenance of local railroad underpasses was brought to the attention of City Council last week.
An appeals court struck down part of a trial judge’s decision rejecting the city’s expansion of the Special Improvement District (SID) while remanding other parts of the decision for more proceedings.
The City of Rahway will not appeal a judge’s ruling that body camera video of traffic stops in the case of the mayor’s car crashes must be made available to the public.
A 219-unit development planned for Main Street has filed an application with the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for a water main extension application, with consent from City Council.
A judge ruled body camera video of police response to the mayor’s recent car crashes should be released by the city.
A 30-unit apartment complex on West Grand Avenue adjacent to the Wheatena section of Rahway River Park changed hands in April for $3.3 million, almost six years after it went for $2.55 million.