Hoboken Week in Review – 2/22/2009

2/22/2009:

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So, what made the most discussed entries for the week ending Sunday, February 22, 2009?

Hottest topics of the week

  1. Politics remain hot-button topic
    The latest City Council meeting handily drums up conversation and debate between local residents.
  2. Chris Christie gets endorsement from Rudy
    And holds a press conference in Governor Jon Corzine’s backyard (Maxwell Place).
  3. City Hall “Security”
    A simple picture of the “security desk” at City Hall somehow pisses people off.
  4. Would you leave Hoboken?
    An article about a new building in neighboring Union City stimulates opinions on Hoboken411.
  5. City records not safe or easily accessible
    You have to see how horrible the records room on the 4th floor of City Hall looks!
  6. Hoboken Sidewalk Signs
    One reader counted EIGHT sandwich board signs on one tiny section of Washington Street. Is that too much?
  7. WaWa, 7-Eleven, something!
    Hoboken residents feel that a decent 24-hour convenience market would be well appreciated in town.
  8. Show us the money. Show flooding the door.
    Mayor Roberts is trying to score millions of bucks to solve the flooding problem in Hoboken.
  9. Luxury Condos proving to be crap.
    Some residents of the Upper Grand condos at 1000 Jefferson are not too happy with mismanagement of property.
  10. Taxi Rules
    Seems as if the sign that was installed by the taxi stand downtown was a bit outdated.

Other noteworthy stories

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2 Comments on "Hoboken Week in Review – 2/22/2009"

ATTNY
Member
ATTNY

Does anyone know why the Board of Education is trying to hire a lawyer or law firm that specializes in EMINENT DOMAIN?

The link is here:

lawjobs.careers.adicio.com/careers/...&networkView=main&offset=

Foster
Member

I love the WIR graphic!

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