Hoboken Week in Review – 2/22/2009
So, what made the most discussed entries for the week ending Sunday, February 22, 2009?
Hottest topics of the week
- Politics remain hot-button topic
The latest City Council meeting handily drums up conversation and debate between local residents.
- Chris Christie gets endorsement from Rudy
And holds a press conference in Governor Jon Corzine’s backyard (Maxwell Place).
- City Hall “Security”
A simple picture of the “security desk” at City Hall somehow pisses people off.
- Would you leave Hoboken?
An article about a new building in neighboring Union City stimulates opinions on Hoboken411.
- City records not safe or easily accessible
You have to see how horrible the records room on the 4th floor of City Hall looks!
- Hoboken Sidewalk Signs
One reader counted EIGHT sandwich board signs on one tiny section of Washington Street. Is that too much?
- WaWa, 7-Eleven, something!
Hoboken residents feel that a decent 24-hour convenience market would be well appreciated in town.
- Show us the money. Show flooding the door.
Mayor Roberts is trying to score millions of bucks to solve the flooding problem in Hoboken.
- Luxury Condos proving to be crap.
Some residents of the Upper Grand condos at 1000 Jefferson are not too happy with mismanagement of property.
- Taxi Rules
Seems as if the sign that was installed by the taxi stand downtown was a bit outdated.
Other noteworthy stories
- Win a Toyota Prius Hybrid for only $50!
Show your support for Stevens Cooperative School by snagging a raffle ticket – you might even win a spiffy new car!
- Zylo Steakhouse coming to W Hotel.
A high-end Tuscan Steakhouse will be part of the hotel when it opens in March.
- What’s on the boob tube?
Readers share which programs are their favorites.
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