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Mayor James Davis (left) and Council Member At-Large Juan Perez inspect the new sign for Bergen Neck Fort. (SEE BRIEF)

Historic site gets new marker

At 52nd Street and Avenue B, the Bayonne Department of Public Works has erected a new historic marker for the Revolution-era Bergen Neck Fort, also known as Fort Delancey.

The new sign, made by Vital Signs, replaces a marker that went missing several years ago.

Last chance for small business grants

The application period for small business grants for qualified local businesses will run through Aug. 20 at bayonne.arpgrants.com.

For questions or help filling out the online application, call 1-800-608-5176 or email BayonneGrants@nwfinancial.com.

For help scanning or uploading documents, email BSBGrantHelp@BayNJ.org to set up an in-person appointment at City Hall.

No asbestos in implosion blast

According to City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, no asbestos was present in the smoke left in the wake of the implosion of two former military buildings at MOTBY. It was removed prior to the blast with oversight by the NJDEP.

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