On behalf of your City Government, I want to extend our warmest greetings to the new residents and business owners or operators who have made a commitment to invest in our city. You are joining a diverse family of people who live or work in Pleasantville and enjoy a list of benefits found exclusively in our community.
Please visit my page for more on my vision for our community.
Mayor Jesse L. Tweedle, Sr.
The CITY OF PLEASANTVILLE announces the sale of 2013 and prior year delinquent taxes and other
municipal charges through an on-line auction. For
a listing of all parcels, delinquencies and cost,
please visit www.pleasantvilletaxsale.com
**information can be viewed free of charge**
NOTICE - INVITATION TO BID
DEMOLITION OF VARIOUS BUILDINGS
CITY OF PLEASANTVILLE, NJ
LOCATION OF STRUCTURES TO BE REMOVED: SEE LIST BELOW
On Wednesday, November 6, 2013- 10:00 a.m. there will be a walk-through of the various buildings to be demolished. The meeting location will be in front of 18 West Washington Avenue in the city.
The City of Pleasantville, New Jersey will receive sealed bids in the Finance Department located at 18 North First Street, Pleasantville, NJ 08232, for demolition of the listed buildings in the City of Pleasantville until November 7, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. See Bid Specs. Bids will be publicly opened and read at that time in the 2nd Floor Conference Room of the Pleasantville City Hall Office, 18 North First Street, Pleasantville, NJ 08232. Bids should be submitted in sealed envelopes plainly marked "DEMOLITION OF VARIOUS BUILDINGS: BID - CITY OF PLEASANTVILLE."
Bids are being solicited only from responsible and established bidders known to be experienced
and regularly engaged in the work of demolition, particularly demolition of residential/and or commercial buildings and removal of demolition debris to appropriate disposal sites. Satisfactory evidence that the bidder has the necessary capital, equipment and personnel to do the work that may be required. Proposal forms and specifications are on file for the inspection of bidders at the Pleasantville City Code Enforcement Office, 132 W. Washington Avenue, Pleasantville, NJ 08232 and copies may be obtained by qualified bidders. Sealed proposals must be submitted on the bid forms furnished by the City.
The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to accept any bid, or portion thereof, which, in their opinion, is most advantageous to the City.
A) 12 East Washington Avenue (Block 103 Lot 36)
B) 18 West Washington Avenue (Block 40 Lot 100)
C) 63 North Main Street (Block 123 Lot 26)
D) 200 Oakland Avenue (Block 71 Lot 18)
E) 108 Fernwood Avenue (Block 36 Lot 31)
F) 307 Oakland Avenue (Block 68 Lot 118)
Barry E. Ludy Shawn M. Lewis
Municipal Treasurer/CMFO Purchasing Agent/QPA
HMFA Foreclosure Relief Programs
The Department of Community Affairs and New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency recognize that many New Jersey families are currently going through or facing foreclosure. The State of New Jersey and the federal government provide a variety of programs to assist homeowners. Information about these programs is free. As a service to struggling homeowners in their community, Municipal Clerks have been asked to help facilitate the posting of informational links on their municipality's website. About Foreclosure, First Steps: www.nj.gov/dca/hmfa/foreclosure/about/
The Planning Board unanimously adopted the Comprehensive Master Plan Update at a public meeting held on November 13, 2008. Click here for more information and to view a copy of the plan.
*Documents linked are in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. CLICK HERE for a copy of the free acrobat reader.
You can be the NJDOT's eyes and ears and help us keep our roads safe and clean.
The extreme weather we endured this winter virtually assures a bumper crop of potholes this spring. To expedite roadway repairs, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) wants you to know how easy it is to report potholes without having to call or write a letter. If you spot a pothole on a state roadway, help is jut a "click" away. Just go to: www.nj.gov/transportation. When the NJDOT home page appears, simply click on the "Pothole Reporting" link. There you will find easy to follow instructions on how to report a pothold, roadway debris, litter, graffiti and even animal carcasses. The site also provides links to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, NJ Transit and county pothole hotlines.
Connecting Our Community with Your Business
Pleasantville, NJ is a city united by strong community business relations and an aggressive redevelopment program. It is strategically located just 5 miles from downtown Atlantic City and is ready to meet the challenges of rapid economic growth. Pleasantville truly is a "City on the Move," featuring an active mix of retail, professional and light industrial businesses.
If you need further information about the opportunities available for you in our community, please contact...
Director, Economic & Industrial Development
Pleasantville City Hall
18 N. First St.
Pleasantville, NJ 08232
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