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Secaucus Bonefish Grill Permanently Closes: Get The Full Story

The Secaucus Bonefish Grill permanently closed last Friday, and not all the employees received job transfers. Many employees live in town:|Updated Tue, Feb 27, 2024 at 1:00 pm ETSECAUCUS, NJ — Everyone in Secaucus is stunned by the abrupt — and permanent — closure of the Bonefish Grill in town."They closed Friday. They told their employees Friday. That's all I know," said Mayor Mike Gonnelli Monday, saying the news came as a surprise even to him.“Closing a restaurant is never ea...

The Secaucus Bonefish Grill permanently closed last Friday, and not all the employees received job transfers. Many employees live in town:

|Updated Tue, Feb 27, 2024 at 1:00 pm ET

SECAUCUS, NJ — Everyone in Secaucus is stunned by the abrupt — and permanent — closure of the Bonefish Grill in town.

"They closed Friday. They told their employees Friday. That's all I know," said Mayor Mike Gonnelli Monday, saying the news came as a surprise even to him.

“Closing a restaurant is never easy. This was a business decision that is not a reflection of the management or staff," said Elizabeth Daly, a spokeswoman for Bloomin' Brands, the corporation that owns Bonefish Grill.

On Feb. 23, the same day the Secaucus Bonefish closed, Bloomin' Brands closed 41 locations of Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill and Fleming’s across the United States, CNN reported. Bloomin' said they specifically chose to close older locations that had been open for many years.

The Secaucus Bonefish Grill had been in business for 19 years. It was a mainstay for happy hour for many of the companies located around there, as well as Town Hall employees. Many of the hotels in that area directed their guests there, and Bonefish was popular among NYC tourists, business travelers and Secaucus locals alike. It was a first-choice spot for nights out, special dinners and romantic dates.

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Not only that, but the Secaucus Bonefish employed many people who also live in Secaucus. And — contrary to what Patch was told earlier Monday — not all the employees at the Secaucus Bonefish will be able to keep their jobs:

"Some employees will have the opportunity to transfer," said Daly. "Those who do not will receive a severance package. We appreciate the community’s support over the past 19 years and hope to see you at our Paramus and Pine Brook locations.”

Bloomin' Brands also owns Outback Steakhouse (there is one in Secaucus) and Carrabba's Italian Grill (there used to be one in Secaucus, but it closed several years ago. No other restaurant has moved into their space.)

The Secaucus Outback Steakhouse remains open, said Daly.

Bonefish closed Friday night, Feb. 23, at the end of normal business hours. All the staff that worked there was informed Friday it would be closing.

The decision was made by Bonefish Grill corporate headquarters (Bloomin' Brands), likely because the Secaucus location was under performing. But that has not been confirmed by corporate.

A sign up on the door says the restaurant is permanently closed and directs the public to other Bonefish locations in Pine Brook and Paramus.

Workers in front of the building said they have been instructed to remove all Bonefish logos. There is a large dumpster in front of the restaurant that is currently being filled with tables and chairs from inside. The dumpster also smells like fish.

Secaucus Superintendent Placed On Paid Leave

SECAUCUS, NJ — The superintendent of the Secaucus school district was just placed on paid leave.The decision to suspend school superintendent Erick Alfonso was made by all the elected Board of Education members present Wednesday at their monthly meeting.For unknown reasons, Alfonso was suspended with pay, his $180,000 yearly salary.All the Board would say at the very end of their meeting was that an unnamed employee would be suspended, with pay, while they were investigated by the board.As of midday Friday, ...

SECAUCUS, NJ — The superintendent of the Secaucus school district was just placed on paid leave.

The decision to suspend school superintendent Erick Alfonso was made by all the elected Board of Education members present Wednesday at their monthly meeting.

For unknown reasons, Alfonso was suspended with pay, his $180,000 yearly salary.

All the Board would say at the very end of their meeting was that an unnamed employee would be suspended, with pay, while they were investigated by the board.

As of midday Friday, the school district has yet to send any emails to parents letting them know that Alfonso, the head of the district, has been placed on leave.

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"The superintendent is currently on a leave of absence," BOE president Kelli D'Addetta told Patch. "As with all personnel matters, we must respect the privacy rights held by our employees and therefore I will not be making any further comment. During the superintendent’s absence, the Director of Curriculum is available to respond to any issues or concerns that arise in the district."

Alfonso did not return repeated calls and texts from this reporter.

Mayor Mike Gonnelli said he was not at liberty to discuss any details of the suspension or why it occurred. However, the mayor had some very strong words for the Board of Education members:

"I am very disappointed in the Board of Education members. And not just this Board, but the previous Boards before them. They and all the previous Board just aren't getting it right," he said. "This is the sixth superintendent Secaucus has had in the past seven years. And some of them we actually had to pay them when they leave. That means taxpayer dollars. This is very upsetting to me."

He is referring to separations the district had with Robert Berckes, "Dr. Bob," former Secaucus High School principal who was paid his $124,000 salary for an entire year — while he was not working — after a falling-out he had with the Board of Education.

The superintendent before Alfonso, Jennifer Montesano, also abruptly quit under mysterious circumstances that were never made public.

"They and previous Boards are just not getting this right," fumed Mayor Gonnelli on Friday. "This is very embarrassing for the town."

Secaucus Principal Paid Salary For Entire Year, Will Then Resign (2019)

Alfonso was in the midst of leading the Secaucus school district through some monumental changes, including redistricting, PreK expansion and possibly adding a new wing to Clarendon Elementary.

Watch Wednesday night's meeting to the very end, the last minute:

All The Homes Participating In Secaucus Yard Sale This Saturday

Here are all the addresses. Have fun, and the rain date is this Sunday, April 28:|Updated Thu, Apr 25, 2024 at 2:48 pm ETSECAUCUS, NJ — The Secaucus town-wide yard sale will be this Saturday, April 27! The rain date is Sunday.Provided by the town of Secaucus, here are all the homes that signed up to participate:10 Green Valley Ct40 Green Valley Ct805 Cedar LnInterested in local real estate?Subscribe to Patch's new newsletter to be the first to know about open houses, new listings and ...

Here are all the addresses. Have fun, and the rain date is this Sunday, April 28:

|Updated Thu, Apr 25, 2024 at 2:48 pm ET

SECAUCUS, NJ — The Secaucus town-wide yard sale will be this Saturday, April 27! The rain date is Sunday.

Provided by the town of Secaucus, here are all the homes that signed up to participate:

10 Green Valley Ct

40 Green Valley Ct

805 Cedar Ln

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1178 Cedar Ln

54 3rd Ave

740 Irving Pl

820 Roosevelt Ave

835 Roosevelt Ave

839 Roosevelt Ave

844 Roosevelt Ave

676 Chestnut Pl

703 Chestnut Pl

737 Chestnut PL

247 Pandolfi Ave

728 1st ST

698 2nd St

702 2nd ST

703 2nd St

716 2nd St

733 2nd St

689 3rd St

690 3rd St

708 3rd St

724 3rd St

737 3rd St

733 4th St

734 4th St

717 5th St

801 5th St

766 6th St

840 6th St

806 6th St

722 7th St

849 7th St

712 8th St

716 8th St

761 8th St

768 8th St

821 8th St

843 8th St

858 8th St

687 Hudson Ave

683 9th St

699 9th St

723 9th St

805 9th St

773 10th St

168 Front St

380 Front St

124 Centre Ave

189 Centre Ave

205 Centre Ave

301 Centre Ave

370 Centre Ave

2 Sparman Pl

6 Sparman Pl

324 Mansfield Ave

699 Minnie Pl

772 Minnie Pl

699 Golden Ave

735 Golden Ave

713 Humboldt St

719 Humboldt St

100 Park Plaza DR

120 Park Plaza Dr

155 Blue Heron Dr

7136 Riverside Station

286 Lincoln Ave

4 Arch Ave

1219 Paterson Plk Rd (Immaculate Conception Gym)

1467 Pat Plk Rd

1601 Pat Plk Rd

1624 Pat Plk Rd

295 Born St

264 Grace Ave

266 Grace Ave

267 Grace Ave

306 Hagan Pl

302 Julianne Terr

309 Julieanne Terr

273 Paulanne Terr

277 Paulanne Terr

4 Marianne Terr

9 Marianne Terr

12 Schmidts Pl

13 Schmidts PL

13 Lausecker Ln

1038 Koelle Blvd

76 Central Ln

187 Central Ln

3 Elizabeth Ct

10 Elizabeth Ct

63 Huber St

67 Huber St

1084 Stonewall Ln

1121 Stonewall Ln

1137 Stonewall Ln

3 Luhmann Terr

15 Luhmann Terr

1045 Luhmann Terr

104 Franklin St

200 Franklin St

204 Franklin St

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Warehouse Planned For Secaucus' Last Empty Parcel, The Mori Tract

A large warehouse is planned to be built on the Mori Tract, 168 acres at the corner of Park Plaza Drive and Paterson Plank Road:|Updated Wed, Oct 25, 2023 at 11:47 am ETSECAUCUS, NJ — On Monday of this week, the town of Secaucus released the below update on the large tract of land at the corner of Park Plaza Drive and Paterson Plank Road, which is owned by Hartz Mountain and currently being cleared for development.The lot is known locally as the Mori tract, for its former owner Eugene Mori.It is 128 acres ...

A large warehouse is planned to be built on the Mori Tract, 168 acres at the corner of Park Plaza Drive and Paterson Plank Road:

|Updated Wed, Oct 25, 2023 at 11:47 am ET

SECAUCUS, NJ — On Monday of this week, the town of Secaucus released the below update on the large tract of land at the corner of Park Plaza Drive and Paterson Plank Road, which is owned by Hartz Mountain and currently being cleared for development.

The lot is known locally as the Mori tract, for its former owner Eugene Mori.

It is 128 acres total, of which approximately 68 acres are buildable. This is the largest open tract left in the town of Secaucus. The lot is currently owned by Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc., which is currently working with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (“NJSEA”) to build a large warehouse there.

Hartz will work with the town of Secaucus on construction approvals. At this time, details about the timeline or potential tenants of that warehouse are not known. So it is unknown if it will be an Amazon warehouse, for example.

The Mori tract is zoned for commercial use, not residential use. So if Hartz wanted to sell it or build housing on that lot themselves, they would have to request a zoning change from the town of Secaucus.

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Mayor Mike Gonnelli said the town of Secaucus worked with the NJSEA to make sure this huge remaining piece of land was zoned for commercial, not residential, to prevent overcrowding in town.

"If this zoning designation was not approved, the Mori tract could have been developed into one of the largest residential communities in Secaucus," said the town of Secaucus in a statement on Oct. 23. "While Mayor Gonnelli and the Town Council cannot stop privately owned land from being developed, they are committed to preserving as much open space as possible for recreational use by residents ... The Mayor and Council are pleased this large tract of land is not being developed for residential purposes as such a development that would have impacted our school system and other municipal services."

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Secaucus Making A Dramatic Change At Its 2 Elementary Schools

The school district is planning that starting in September, PreK-2 will be housed at Clarendon and 3-5 at Huber Street.|Updated Fri, Jan 19, 2024 at 5:28 pm ETSECAUCUS, NJ — Major changes are pending for the Secaucus school district, specifically at its two elementary schools: The district is currently working on plans to house lower grades only at Clarendon, and upper elementary grades at Huber Street.This was confirmed Friday by Secaucus school superintendent Dr. Erick Alfonso.Alfonso first publicly anno...

The school district is planning that starting in September, PreK-2 will be housed at Clarendon and 3-5 at Huber Street.

|Updated Fri, Jan 19, 2024 at 5:28 pm ET

SECAUCUS, NJ — Major changes are pending for the Secaucus school district, specifically at its two elementary schools: The district is currently working on plans to house lower grades only at Clarendon, and upper elementary grades at Huber Street.

This was confirmed Friday by Secaucus school superintendent Dr. Erick Alfonso.

Alfonso first publicly announced this in the superintendent's address he gave at Thursday night's Board of Education meeting. You can watch the meeting here:

However, Dr. Alfonso also called this Patch reporter Friday to explain more: What he is planning is to have PreK-2nd or 3rd grades in Clarendon, and the upper grades 3-5th in Huber Street. However, a final determination of which grades will go where has not been determined, he stressed.

If everything goes according to plan, this will go in effect in September 2024.

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This is a dramatic change, and something that has never been done in the history of the Secaucus school district, which has always had two elementary schools on either end of town. However, Secaucus school district administrators have been quietly thinking about this for some time. Many parents have long complained of overcrowding at Huber Street Elementary.

This change is necessary for a number of reasons, said Dr. Alfonso, but first because of structural challenges in both schools. He stopped short of saying Huber Street is overcrowded, but he did say:

"Clarendon has more space for the primary grades," he said. "Our schools were laid out and designed before there was so much construction in town."

For example, ever since the XChange complex was built, students from there have been bused to Huber Street. More children have been filing into Huber Street as more and more new construction happens around town.

While the same exact curriculum is taught at both elementary schools, there are "nuances and variables" in both schools that resulted in differences at the two elementary schools, which both feed into Secaucus middle and high school.

"It makes sense to keep all the grades together, and make things uniform," he said.

This major change will require Secaucus school board approval, but Dr. Alfonso said the Board indicated they support the idea. The Board will have to give a formal vote on this at some point. Dr. Alfonso also said the district has been in communication with Mayor Mike Gonnelli and the town Council of the proposed changes.

Alfonso said he will be talking to the town of Secaucus this upcoming week about the next steps, which may involve the district holding public meetings to formally present this to the town residents. Stay tuned, Secaucus!

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