Roberts – Geibel – Mantoloking

9/18/2008 Update:

It seems like MetroStop developer Dean Geibel and Mayor Roberts might not be Mantoloking neighbors anymore!

Looks like Geibel sold his shore property for a cool $3.75 million – cash! What is this, a real estate transaction or a casino jackpot?


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See original story after the jump…

7/2/2008:

I’d like to be a “fly on the bun” at these summer BBQ’s!

Roberts and Hoboken developer are neighbors

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“While many of you head down to the shore this weekend to spend three days in some dumpy rental, Dave Roberts has his Mantoloking property on the water to head down to.

What’s interesting is that his neighbors just up the road are Dean and Tara Geibel. That’s Dean Geibel of Hoboken’s Metro Homes and MetroStop (800 Jackson), who contributed almost $30K to Roberts in 2005.

His (Geibel’s) place is for sale
if you’ve got $4 million bucks lying around!”

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33 Comments on "Roberts – Geibel – Mantoloking"


Red Haven
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Red Haven
8 years 2 months ago

I doubt there is any direct connection to Geibel on that HH blog. While the person clearly enjoys the redevelopment of his or her neighborhood, they also have a hearty disdain for the Mayor and appreciation for those trying to make things better in city government. That would disqualify HH as a Geibel shill.

Redstorm
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Redstorm
8 years 2 months ago

[quote comment=”91532″][quote comment=”91530″]

They are two different people…there is no connection….[/quote]

The developer of Metrostop has a boat named “Hoboken Hero”, and then there’s a blog called “Hoboken Hero” that fawns over Metrostop and talks glowingly of all new development in that neighborhood. That a pretty amazing coincidence, if they’re not connected.[/quote]

there is no connection

beamrider9
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beamrider9
8 years 2 months ago

[quote comment=”91530″]

They are two different people…there is no connection….[/quote]

The developer of Metrostop has a boat named “Hoboken Hero”, and then there’s a blog called “Hoboken Hero” that fawns over Metrostop and talks glowingly of all new development in that neighborhood. That a pretty amazing coincidence, if they’re not connected.

Redstorm
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Redstorm
8 years 2 months ago

[quote comment=”91518″]
Waaaaait… the developer of Metrostop has a boat named “Hoboken Hero”? [/quote]

They are two different people…there is no connection….

matt_72
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8 years 2 months ago

[quote comment=”91520″][quote comment=”91510″]Geibel’s boat is named “Hoboken Hero.” I wish I was making this up, but that really is what he named his boat.

And James Fitzsimmons does not live in subsidized housing, but Captain Anthony “Stick” Romano, owner of Louise & Jerry’s and two buildings on Washington Street, does (Marineview Towers). Captain Romano is likely to be our next Freeholder.[/quote]
What is wrong with the system where we, the taxpayers, are paying to help much-better-off upper middle class families (Romano, Russo, etc.) live in life-long, subsidized housing? Isn’t there an upper income limit that kicks you out and into the market-rate housing like the rest of us common folk? Is the only way to get elected in Hoboken via your built-in base of voters living in your subsidized complex? I guess the system is working for them.[/quote]

Uhh……No. That is why I won’t EVER vote for one of these self-interested tools. All they care about is gaming the system for their own benefit.

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