Residents for a Better West New York conducting open house for potential board of ed candidates. The organization is looking for two candidates to throw their support behind for the January 28 elections.
In a follow-up to Saturday’s story, Hudson County TV has obtained a copy of the resignation letter from now former Board of Education President Adrienne Sires. Note the fact that the letter is dated November 30, but the stamp from the West New York Board of Education Business De
West New York’s Board of Education President Adrienne Sires resigned yesterday, according to multiple sources within the board of ed. The resignation came during the same day that the BOE approved a special election for January 28, which will increase the board from seven member
West New York Board of Education unanimously approves January special election. All six members present for the special meeting on Friday approved the January 28 special election, where two new members will be elected to the board.
Hudson County Freeholder Jose Muñoz discusses his new website advocating transparency. Munoz also talks about his involvement with Residents For A Better West New York and why getting an elected school board is so important in the township.
Special Board of Education meeting in West New York postponed due to no quorum. The meeting was rescheduled for Friday at 2 p.m. at the Albio Sires Elementary School (School No. 4), located at 6300 Palisade Ave.
West New York Business Administrator Joseph DeMarco dishes on tax abatements. Viewers can obtain a better understanding of tax abatements, since they’ve become a hot topic of discussion in West New York.