More parking robbery in Hoboken
“Huddle” translates into more parking robbery in Hoboken
Boy, because a football game (the “super bowl”) is being played in New Jersey – the city of Hoboken is treating the event here in town as if it’s a mega-combination of St. Patty’s Day, New Year’s Eve, and the second coming of Christ at the same time.
And sort of the way normal cities prepare for imminent storms and blizzards – the city is also enacting a “zero tolerance” policy for drinking liquids which contain alcohol, as well as being buzzed while walking, peeing on a fence, parking one inch over some painted curb, parties with too many “shiny happy people,” and more.
For this big event (which is being held in a city many miles away), Hoboken determined that they need an “Emergency Operations Center” which will be open on game day from Noon till Midnight.
Wow – for a fun “game” this sounds more like Armageddon. Is it really worth all the calamity?
Oh – and 11 sections of streets will have “NO PARKING REGULATIONS” (which either translates to “robbery” or “city coffers need more money for crony pay raises.”) See below for streets to AVOID if you want to keep what’s left of your hard-earned money.
Hoboken No Parking Regulations for Super Bowl XLVIII
Effective immediately until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am
- Sinatra Drive from 7th Street to 11th Street (east)
- Sinatra Drive from 1st Street to 4th Street
From Friday, January 31 at 8:00pm until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am
- 4th Street (south side) from Washington Street to Willow Avenue
- River Street (both sides) from Hudson Place to 4th Street
- Hudson Place (all)
- Hudson Street (west side) Observer Highway to Newark Street
- Hudson Street (both sides) 1st Street to 2nd Street
From Saturday, February 1 at 8:00am until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am
- 1st Street (both sides) from Washington Street to Bloomfield Street
- Newark Street (north side) from Washington Street to Bloomfield Street
- Washington Street (west side) from Newark Street to 1st Street
- Bloomfield Street (east side) from Newark Street to 1st Street
Enjoy the Police State for the exciting “game!”