Uptown neighborhood meeting tonight
Whether you’re an uptown resident living in the 2nd Ward (third district) or not – an interesting meeting is taking place tonight at 7pm over at Turning Point (14th and Sinatra).
Ward 2, District 3 Meeting
Hoboken holds non-partisan elections for Mayor and City Council, but also elects committee people to represent districts within wards in both the Democratic and Republican parties.
Most people don’t even know who their committee people are because most committee people don’t do much of anything. Democratic committeeman Ravinder “Ravi” Bhalla represents the 3rd district of the 2nd ward for the Democratic Party, and his Republican counterpart is Bill Tobias. The district includes The Shipyard and Sovereign buildings, as well as Hudson Tea and Applied Housing.
Whether it’s skyrocketing property taxes, traffic and pedestrian safety, noise complaints, parking fees or anything else on your mind…
Ravi wants you to know that he is holding a neighborhood meeting TONIGHT at 7pm at the Turning Point. The idea is to bring any concerns people have to their representatives at the city and state level. Attendees include State Senator Brian Stack who will discuss issues of concern on a state level and 2nd ward Councilwoman Beth Mason to discuss city level concerns.