Council prepares to adopt Calendar Year 2018 budget

Council prepares to adopt Calendar Year 2018 budget

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Municipal Council will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to vote on the $109,637,331.30 Calendar Year 2018 municipal budget. “The next council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11,” said municipal clerk Harold Wiener on Tuesday, Aug. 21. “As soon as Trenton says it’s OK, they’ll send it back to us. […]

As state reviews budget, council has public hearing on it

As state reviews budget, council has public hearing on it

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Municipal Council held a public hearing for the Calendar Year 2018 municipal budget at its last regular meeting of the summer on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The new budget comes in at $109,637,331.30. According to Council President and North Ward Councilman David Lyons, it was introduced at the regular meeting on […]

McDaniel v. Burgess court date moved to Feb. 22

IRVINGTON, NJ — Elouise McDaniel, president of both the Irvington Joint Block Association and Nesbit Terrace Block Association, confirmed that a new court date has been set for Thursday, Feb. 22, in response to a complaint filed against her by Irvington Municipal Council Vice President Renee Burgess. The venue was moved from Irvington Municipal Court […]

Irvington councilman with legal woes has links to Orange, East Orange

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Municipal Council’s recent decision to pursue possible ethics and criminal violations against one of its own members, East Ward Councilman Paul Inman, is relevant to the Orange and East Orange since Inman works for code enforcement in the Orange Planning Department and recently served as campaign manager for East Orange […]

Report lays out complaints and case against Irvington councilman

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Herald newspaper has obtained a copy of the report, “Investigation into acts and/or omissions of East Ward Council member Paul Inman,” which the Irvington Municipal Council hired the law firm of DeCotiis, Fitzpatrick, Cole & Giblin to conduct, in response to allegations that Inman may have violated state ethics and […]

Council finds Inman may have violated ethics laws

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington Municipal Council voted 6-1 in favor of Resolution MC17-1227-58 at its Wednesday, Dec. 27 meeting, authorizing the governing body to take action against East Ward Councilman Paul Inman because of remarks he had allegedly made in taped conversations with former township employee Tamara Smith. Smith, who had secretly recorded the […]

Memorial Day celebrated throughout Irvington

Memorial Day celebrated throughout Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — Mayor Tony Vauss and the Irvington Municipal Council once again joined forces with the Board of Education and the veterans of Camptown Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1941 and other organizations to celebrate Memorial Day on Monday, May 29. “We’re just here celebrating Memorial Day,” said Vauss on Monday, May 29. “We […]