McCabe Ambulance honored as part of EMS week
Mayor James Davis presented a proclamation to Chief Mike McCabe of McCabe Ambulance honoring local EMS workers for their service, especially during the pandemic.
“Today I paid a visit to McCabe Ambulance to thank them for the incredible and brave work they have done for our community over the last two months,” Davis said. “As we celebrate EMS week, I wanted to present a proclamation to Chief Mike McCabe and his entire staff for the nearly 50 years of dedicated service to Bayonne.”
Bayonne Police Chief Robert Geisler, Fire Chief Keith Weaver, and Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Junior Ferrante joined the mayor.
“Happy #EMSWeek and thank them for their dedication and service to the citizens of Bayonne during the COVID-19 outbreak,” McCabe said. “I cannot thank these gentlemen enough for their support. It’s truly what makes the City of Bayonne such a special place. We stand arm and arm with our public safety brothers and sisters in this city every day.”
According to the proclamation, McCabe Ambulance has played a vital role in responding to accidents and daily medical emergencies from September 11 to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Bayonne parking meters and pay stations resume enforcement
The Bayonne Parking Utility announced that enforcement of parking meters and parking lot pay stations is back in effect.
Motorists will be required to pay to use on-street metered parking spaces during enforcement hours. They will also be required to pay to use spaces in municipal parking lots, where motorists pay by plate at pay stations during enforcement hours.
The Parking Utility is not enforcing residential permit parking zones until further notice.
The utility reminds residents of the Orange and Purple Zones to renew their permits online or by mail by Tuesday, June 30.
The Orange Zone is anchored by the 8th Street Light Rail Station, and the Purple Zone covers the southern end of the First Ward near the Bayonne Bridge.
Suez urges local businesses to flush pipes
As parts of the country begin to return to normal life, Suez is advising businesses to flush the water in their pipes.
if your building, office, or facility has been vacant or at low capacity during the health crisis, Suez warns your service line and appliances may now hold water that is of compromised quality and have the potential to grow harmful bacteria, unrelated to COVID-19. For more information, visit bayonnenj.org