N.J. development community mourns Harrison Mayor Raymond McDonough

Efforts to redevelop Harrison’s blighted industrial waterfront go back some 15 years, and local officials and more than a half-dozen builders have grappled with a recession, environmental challenges and other stumbling blocks along the way.But the one constant throughout that time was Mayor Raymond McDonough, the town’s well-respected, incessantly positive leader who never lost sight of its future.
So members of the state’s development community were among those who mourned him Thursday as word spread of his death at age 65. The elected official of nearly four decades died Wednesday afternoon of a massive heart attack.

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