JERSEY CITY, NJ --Hudson County Improvement Authority (HCIA), continues it's mobile shredding and household hazardous (HHW) waste/computer recycling program this fall.

New Jersey recycling laws and rules state that all residents, businesses and institutions must recycle -- it’s simply the law. 

So here’s the opportunity to get rid of those personal or confidential documents that are creating extra clutter in your home or office. But do not bring, newspapers, magazines, binder clips, cardboard, books or binders. 

“In an effort to accommodate those wishing to participate, please limit your documents to no more than 40 pounds,” said HCIA, the autonomous public agency serving residents and businesses. 

HCIA added that documents will be commercially shredded safely, privately and properly by licensed specialists. Residents should bring documents in whatever type of container preferred. 

While the events are open to Hudson County residents, remember, businesses are not eligible to participate.


Here's the schedule (with additional details below): 

Saturday, September 18th Mobile Shredding, Harrison, (Red Bull Arena)

Saturday, September 18th Mobile Shredding, Union City (Jose Marti School Field Parking Lot)

Saturday, September 25th Mobile Shredding, Bayonne (Gregg Park, Lot #1)

Saturday, October 2nd Mobile Shredding, West New York (DPW)

Saturday, October 2nd Mobile Shredding, Kearny (West Hudson Park)

Sunday, October 3rd HHW/Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty, Bayonne (Gregg Park, Lot #1)

Sunday, October 3rd HHW/Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty, Secaucus (High School Parking Lot)

Saturday, October 9th Mobile Shredding, Jersey City (Lincoln Park, Duncan Ave Parking Lot)

Saturday, October 16th HHW/Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty, Jersey City (Municipal Complex)

Saturday, October 16th HHW/Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty, Kearny (DPW)

Saturday, October 23rd Mobile Shredding, North Bergen (TBD)

Saturday, October 30th Mobile Shredding, Hoboken (DPW)

Saturday, October 30th Mobile Shredding, Guttenberg (DPW)

Saturday, November 6th Mobile Shredding, Secaucus (High School Parking Lot) 

[Saturday, September 18th Mobile Shredding Harrison (Red Bull Arena North Parking Lot) Union City (Jose Marti School Field Parking Lot); Saturday, September 25th Mobile Shredding Bayonne (Gregg Park, Lot #1); Saturday, October 2nd Mobile Shredding West New York (DPW) Kearny (West Hudson Park) Sunday, October 3rd (Household Hazardous Waste) HHW /Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty Bayonne (Gregg Park, Lot #1) Secaucus (High School Parking Lot); Saturday, October 9th Mobile Shredding Jersey City (Lincoln Park, Duncan Ave Parking Lot); Saturday, October 16th HHW/Computer Recycling/Tire Amnesty Jersey City (Municipal Complex) Kearny (DPW); Saturday, October 23rd Mobile Shredding North Bergen (TBD); Saturday, October 30th Mobile Shredding Hoboken (DPW) Guttenberg (DPW); Saturday, November 6th Mobile Shredding Secaucus (High School Parking Lot)]

HCIA’s responsibilities include solid waste and recycling management, financing for public and private initiatives, redevelopment projects, transportation management, recreation services, alternative energy initiatives and environmental education, among other projects. 



HIGHLAND PARK, NJ--When several months ago I heard Raritan Valley Road Runners (RVRR) member Sonya Slyman use words like “heartwarming” and “soft” to convey how sitting on the club’s scholarship program committee made her feel, I thought it was newsworthy.

“ ‘As I get older, I’m more and more amazed by the younger generation’ ” she told fellow committee members, which originally included two others, of the candidates’ “energy and drive to accomplish things,” Slyman said candidly.

All the applicants had something they brought to the table “beyond their persistence in running,” she added, perhaps showing a bit of that motherly pride to see “the younger” athletes’ overall efforts both in or out of sports, she explained.

Some really young people are going to lead the charge” for us someday, she added.

And while the names of the first pair of scholarship winners was recently announced, as we neared the Johnson Park Zoo that chili Saturday morning to complete our walk, she repeated that ultimately it may be really hard to make the final decision.

Still, the committee finally did. And club members recently met Sean Castellano, (seen below) one of the first two chosen by Slyman and co-committee member, Beth Alterman, a high school teacher. (Slyman is currently an elementary school teacher and mom.)

Club president Wendy Reed on June 19 excitedly welcomed members to the third-quarter general membership meeting, held in Grove 5.

Castellano, a senior at Immaculata High School, and his father were present. Since middle school, running has guided the student, who feels he’ll run forever, he said. But right now he was set to receive a $1,000 scholarship check.

So it has been a very long 15-months,” Wendy said to a cluster of club members in attendance, citing the previous general membership meeting last year, also held outdoors after the Saturday group run.

She explained that last fall the club had started a scholarship program, which shaped up quickly, thanking club member Ray Petit “for being the innovator and dragging force behind it.”

You all voted for it last September, she said, reminding members of the newly launched, but long term initiative. Additionally, she acknowledged Slyman and Alterman for doing so much hard work, finally announcing the two educators’ names publicly.

Petit then enthusiastically captured the moment, telling the club it had “finally arrived at [a key] point.”

This is like a culmination of a dream of our running club, right?” he said. “The primary mission of this running club is to promote running and offering a scholarship to the next generation is part of that mission.”

While Petit cited the need to select good students who cared about their communities and “wanted to give back,” Castellano definitely fits that description. While he hopes to become an environmental engineer someday, he’s currently a religious instructor and assistant basketball coach, among other accolades.

I just wanted to thank Ray and Sonya for this wonderful scholarship -- it’s a lot of money and I really appreciate it,” he told everyone, noting that he’d be going directly to Rutgers School of Engineering next year.

So hopefully I’ll be around to run with you guys soon, but I wanted to come and say thank you to everyone,” said the student. “This is a great club, so thank you guys.”

Running is one of those parts of life that never goes away,” added Castellano.

Second Winner

Nicole Tedesco, a graduate of Franklin High School, was the other RVRR, annual, inaugural scholarship fund winner; on July 27 she received her own $1,000 check made payable to Ocean County College, located in Toms River, NJ.

She was recently present at the RVRR 2021 Summer Cross Country Series, held in Donaldson Park, NJ, for the second race of 2021, to collect the award with a smile. RVRR’s series traditionally includes four races and the next event is scheduled for August 24th 2021. This year marks the 37th anniversary of the series.

Tedesco joins the freshman class at Ocean County College this fall where she intends to become certified in early childhood education and intends to teach in the Garden State following completion of her certification program.

Tedesco was the captain of both the girl's cross county and indoor track teams while in high school. She noted that running has had a “tremendously positive impact” on everything she does in life.

I plan to contribute to the running community for a long time and specifically to children by continuing to coach in the future.”


By Dave Schatz



ABERDEEN, NJ--After college, Anthony C. Guglieri became a retail stockbroker on Wall Street.  While interacting with his clients, Anthony was curious about the wealth his clients amassed through real estate. Anthony decided to take real estate classes at night in Staten Island to get his real estate license and become a broker.
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When a client is looking for a home, Anthony will look past the “beauty” of the home and will check every detail of a structure including electric panels, beams, utilities, water issues, load bearing walls, etc. as well as the home’s history and comps. When a client is selling a home, Anthony stresses there is no reason to overpay to sell. Why pay someone 5% or 6% to list your home on MLS? Most homes are not even sold by the listing agent! 
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Anthony Guglieri is all about family and community and sharing his knowledge and expertise in navigating the world of real estate without clients having to sacrifice any services.
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