Stevens environmental cleanup…

9/9/2009:

Several Hoboken411 readers were wondering about this sign…

Not a big deal

I found out that by law, Stevens had to publish this sign – even though they’re only taking an oil take out in front of the Lieb Building on 6th and Hudson. So it’s nothing you need to be concerned about!

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6 Comments on "Stevens environmental cleanup…"

homeworld
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Where are these broken sidewalks, trash, and overgrown weeds?

hobposer
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hobposer

Interesting fact that nobody knows but the public can use the pool at Stevens whenever they want. I’m almost certain there may be a fee

oceanbloo
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oceanbloo

What do you mean “nobody knows”? Tons of kids take swimming lessons there.

In response to midtownauthentic who said:
Interesting fact that nobody knows but the public can use the pool at Stevens whenever they want. I’m almost certain there may be a fee

strand tramp
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strand tramp

challenge.

In response to midtownauthentic who said:
Interesting fact that nobody knows but the public can use the pool at Stevens whenever they want. I’m almost certain there may be a fee

homeworld
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https://www.stevensaquatics.com/event.asp?event_id=10

In response to midtownauthentic who said:
Interesting fact that nobody knows but the public can use the pool at Stevens whenever they want. I’m almost certain there may be a fee

fern
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fern

The campus grounds are immaculate at Stevens and it is by far the most picturous spot in Hoboken. But their property that meets the town is another story. Broken sidewalks, overgrown vegetation, rusted fences and trash. It is unbelievable that a prominent institution should take so little pride in what the majority of the visitors to Hoboken actually see of the campus. At times the weeds in front of this building have more than a foot high.

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