Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson) issued the following statements:
“Bayonne lost one of its great unsung heroes with the passing of John Hughes. John was a mentor and a friend, not only to myself, but to literally thousands of young men and women in our community through his dedicated service with the Boy Scouts, soccer, and many other passions. He made a point of providing advice and counsel to many young attorneys. It’s difficult to put in words the positive impact that John has had on Bayonne. I doubt he fully understood how important he was to so many people. That was not his nature. John may not have grabbed headlines but he was a part of the foundation that makes Bayonne such an incredible community. My deepest condolences to his family. ”
Please join us on Saturday, October 21st at 12:00pm for a festive fall activity!
Join us this Saturday in downtown Bayonne to celebrate the Bergen Point Fall Festival!
Be sure to check out the new sign on the 8th Street bridge at Broadway.Read more
Only 27 days until election day! Thank you for your support. I wanted to share some exciting news: Mayor Jimmy Davis is kicking off his re-election campaign for Mayor of Bayonne. Jimmy is a good friend and has worked hard to make Bayonne a great place to invest and live. If you are in Bayonne tomorrow, Thursday, October 12 please stop by. Details are below.Read more
The New Jersey State Firefighters’ Mutual Benevolent Association (FMBA) ,
representing over 5,000 career firefighters, dispatchers, and EMTs has endorsed Assemblyman
Nicholas Chiaravalloti for re-election. The endorsement was made at the FMBAs statewide
convention in Atlantic City.
(Bayonne) – Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson) hosted an Art Exhibit in his district on Sunday September 17th in celebration of National Arts in Education Week.
The Assembly Transportation Committee met on September 18th at Steven’s Institute to discuss
ferry services across the Hudson River and the heavily subsidized Seastreak ferry.
Assemblyman Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti (D- Hudson) has introduced an Assembly resolution (AR 287) condemning the U.S Department of Justice’s brief filed on July 26th, 2017 that argues that the federal law against sex discrimination in employment doesn’t protect individuals from being fired because of their sexual orientationRead more
Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Mayor James Davis, Freeholder Kenneth Kopacz, Councilman Tom Cotter, and Sheriff Frank Schillari met today to discuss enforcement of Jitney bus regulations in Bayonne.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Angela V. McKnight, and John Wisniewski designed to further regulate autobus operations or “jitney services” passed the NJ General Assembly.Read more