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Hudson County Safety Hearing Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. Thurs. Apr. 18,/24 albert cifelli craig guy environmental protection agency epa harrison nj hudson county engineering hudson county executive craig guy michael baker international nj department of transportation njtpa north jersey transportation authority red bull arena toxic chemical toxic sludge Apr 10, 2024

The Hudson County Executive Craig Guy, along with the Hudson County Board of Commissioners, has announced a public hearing to discuss significant safety improvements slated for South Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard, stretching from Harrison Avenue to Cape May Street. This initiative, conspicuously...

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Strategic Shift in EPA Harrison Sludge Plant Location Sparks Debate environmental protection agency epa harrison nj mayor & council mayor james fife toxic sludge Apr 01, 2024

In a recent press conference at Harrison Town Hall, Mayor James Fife announced a significant change in plans for the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed Toxic Sludge Dewatering Plant. Initially slated for the PSE&G property on South Frank E. Rodgers Blvd, the facility is now set...

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Harrison Mayor and Council Meeting Tues. Mar. 5, 2024 6:15 p.m. agriculture department environmental protection agency epa harrison fire department harrison nj harrison police department mayor & council red bull arena toxic sludge Mar 04, 2024

The Town of Harrison is set to host its Mayor and Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, starting at 6:15 p.m. at the Harrison Town Hall, located at 318 Harrison Avenue, Harrison, NJ. This session is anticipated to address a variety of resolutions, ordinances, and community concerns.

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Uncertain Future For Developers Across From Proposed EPA Sludge Plant department of environmental protection environmental justice environmental protection agency epa harrison nj james fife mayor & council mayor james fife mayor raymond mcdonough pse&g toxic sludge Feb 28, 2024

The Town of Harrison Planning Board is gearing up to review a significant development case, #2401, by Block A Partners Urban Renewal I, LLC, during its upcoming meeting on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 6 p.m. at Harrison Town Hall. The proposal, which encompasses a major site plan and...

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Wyldes Luxury Apt. Complex in Harrison Offers Array of Indoor Amenities agent orange anselmo millan cobalt apartment building environmental protection agency epa harrison nj james doran james fife mayor james fife passaic river steelwork apartment building the wyldes harrison toxic chemical toxic sludge urby harrison nj vermella harrison Feb 02, 2024

Advance Realty Investors has recently revealed an impressive array of indoor amenities at The Wyldes, the newest luxury apartment complex in Harrison’s Redevelopment Zone. The development, designed by MHS Architecture, encompasses 399 upscale studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments,...

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Toxic Sludge Looms as Redevelopment Agency Meets On Mon. Jan. 22, 2024 agent orange dioxin environment environmental justice environmental protection agency epa harrison nj harrison redevelopment harrison redevelopment agency harrison redevelopment zone mayor & council mayor james fife pse&g pseg toxic chemical toxic sludge Jan 22, 2024

As the Harrison Redevelopment Agency (HRA) gears up for its critical meeting on January 22, 2024, at 1 p.m. in the Mayor's 3rd Floor Conference Room in the Harrison Town Hall, a shadow of controversy hangs over the proceedings. The meeting, set to address a range of fiscal and administrative...

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Mayor Fife’s Legacy: Green Space Unfilled Promises & EPA Toxic Sludge agent orange epa essex county parks green space harrison nj pse&g pseg toxic chemical toxic sludge Sep 12, 2023

In the span of a year, Harrison Mayor James Fife has faced mounting criticism over his perceived failure to protect and foster green spaces in the Harrison Redevelopment Zone, a responsibility that falls both under his purview as the Chairman of the Harrison Redevelopment Agency (HRA) and Mayor...

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