City Offender Zone 2/1/2008

2/1/2008:

More mis-placed City vehicles parking in Hoboken again. This time on a sidewalk.

Here’s what one irate Hoboken411 reader has to say:

“I Couldn’t cross the street this morning with a stroller thanks to Hoboken’s wonderful city employees. Corner of Willow and Newark. These guys need a stern talking to Mr. Safety Director Bergin. This takes the cake.

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30 Comments on "City Offender Zone 2/1/2008"


honcho
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honcho
8 years 7 months ago

Anybody going thru life named “RO-TON-DEE” deserves a break!!!!

Chop!Chop!
:mrgreen:

escaped68
Member
8 years 7 months ago

in reply to #27 BULL SHIT!!!!

irishjigger81
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irishjigger81
8 years 7 months ago

Maybe we should all start taking pictures of all the cars that are parked illegally and not ticketed like this one and the ones always parked in the loading zones especially around city hall. Ever try making a right turn off Washington St. onto Newark St.? There are always cars blocking the crosswalks. Lets take those pictures and keep sending them to 411 and the newspapers.

hobojoe
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8 years 7 months ago

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You mean the very same mayor I saw driving around last week in a big black SUV while gabbing on his cell phone?[/quote]

No sir, you must be confusing Mayor “Safe Path to Schools” Roberts with some common scofflaw. Why, I have heard that Mr. Crosswalk Safety, upon approaching an intersection where someone is waiting to cross, will stop his SUV, grab the hand-held “Stop” sign he keeps in his center console for just such events, get out and personally lead the person(s) across the street to safety. He is never distracted by his hand-held cell phone conversations as he approaches intersections where people are crossing, and always looks both ways, not just in the direction of vehicular traffic. Oh yeah, and his wife never makes right turns on red without stopping.

hobojoe
Member
8 years 7 months ago

Weekend To-Do List:
1) Make dashboard placard with some combination of “Rotondi” and a municipal-sounding title; in case I should ever feel the need to park my car somewhere, shall we say, less than conventional.

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