Ellison Street Restaurant Gets City Loan

 

PATERSON, NJ – The City Council last week approved a $15,000 loan to the Dominican Express restaurant at 153 Ellison Street.

The money is being provided through the Paterson Urban Enterprise Zone’s small business loan fund.

The restaurant plans to use the money to purchase equipment and for renovations.

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The Union happened to stumble upon an article from Rhode Island Monthly which discusses Donnie Evans.  http://www.rimonthly.com/core/pagetools.php?pageid=4269&url=%2FRhode-Island-Monthly%2FMay-2007%2FSchool-Daze%2F&mode=print

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers  the campaign trail along the Jersey Shore.

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The American Red Cross sets aside the month of March as Red Cross Month, a time to celebrate our every day heroes who help their neighbors when they need it most.

 

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