On Thursday, June 21, 2018, Mayor Alberto G. Santos and the Town Council, members the Kearny Community Garden, Rev. Elaine Connolly and members of the First Presbyterian Church of Arlington joined the family of the late Edward C. Bixler for a sign unveiling and dedication ceremony at the Community Garden. Ed Bixler’s wife, Margaret (Peg) Bixler assisted with the unveiling of the new sign.
On Tuesday, June 13, 2018, during the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Town Council, Mayor Alberto G.
On June 9th, Kearny Awake (Association of Water, Agriculture and Kearny’s Environment) planted trees on Vet’s Field near Passaic Avenue as the group’s first green infrastructure project.
Beginning Thursday, June 21st the Kearny Farmers Market will be opened for business. Shoppers will enjoy “JERSEY FRESH” produce like just picked strawberries and blueberries, honey, specialty cookies and breads, and herbs and flowers.
The annual Memorial Day Parade took place on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm. The parade line of march stepped off at Belgrove Drive and Locust Avenue and traveled south on Belgrove Drive, culminating in a ceremony held at the American Legion Post 99 recognizing those who died while in service to our country. The program featured remarks by Parade Grand Marshal Jerry Quintero and Mayor Alberto G.
(Kearny, NJ) - On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, Mayor Alberto G. Santos and Councilmembers Albino Cardoso, Marytrine De Castro, Eileen Eckel, Carol Jean Doyle and Susan McCurrie held a Flag Raising Ceremony in the Reading Garden of the Kearny Public Library. The United States flag that was unfurled at the ceremony measures 111 inches by 51 inches and was donated by the US Veterans Association in honor of the late Dorothy Halpin Bolinger.
(Kearny, NJ) - On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, Mayor Alberto G.
Kearny, NJ - The Town of Kearny held its 27th annual River Cleanup at Riverbank Park in Kearny on Saturday, April 21, 2018. Organized by 3rd Ward Councilwoman Carol Jean Doyle and co-sponsored by the Passaic Valley River Restoration Group, numerous volunteers showed up at the park’s Frank A.