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I was pulled to write Ironbound the way I did, with a working-class immigrant woman as an intelligent and capable but flawed core of a story, because centerstage wasn't afforded these types of characters in the stories I had access to growing up--in the latchkey-kid TV that I watched.
The Ironbound, dominated by first and second-generation immigrants from Portugal, Brazil and other parts of South America, once counted the stadium as one of its most treasured gathering places.
For example, many Ironbound residents go to Portugal every May and return in September.
Edison is very pleased with the Mayor's leadership and vision to bring a new world class park to downtown Newark that will be built with a critical pedestrian bridge linking the new park and downtown district with Newark Penn Station and the Ironbound neighborhood," said Ben Feigenbaum, Edison Properties' Chief Operating Officer.
0m promissory note held by Ironbound Partners Fund LLC, an affiliate of the company's non-executive chairman of the board.
Beginning in December 2012, the EPA took dozens of soil samples from the playground area of the Terrell Homes, located on Riverview Court in the Ironbound section of Newark, to determine if former industrial activity on the property and nearby had contaminated it.
The hotel has guest rooms and suites, 17,000 square feet of meeting and event space, an indoor pool, 24-hour fitness centre, the Ironbound Grill restaurant and a library for relaxing.
The facility is ideally located in the Ironbound section of Newark, offering convenient access to key roadways and ports.
Ascend Acquisition also announced that Ironbound Partners Fund LLC, an affiliate of Jonathan J Ledecky, Ascend Acquisition's non-executive chairman of the board and interim CFO, has committed to purchase the remaining USD2.
The state's first Superfund Job Training Initiative started in the city's Ironbound section.
Previously, the Community Bank operated its 53 branches in New Jersey through four distinct divisions: Ironbound Bank (with two branches each in Essex and Union counties); First Savings Bank of New Jersey (with four branches in the Hudson County city of Bayonne); Penn Federal Savings Bank (with 24 branches in Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Union counties); and Synergy Bank (with 21 branches in the central New Jersey counties of Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Union).