Hoboken Week in Review – 1/17/2010

1/17/2010:

Long Weekend for some!

This may be a “second Saturday” for some of you, due to tomorrow’s Martin Luther King holiday. If so, continue enjoying your extended weekend!

Hoboken411 week in review January 17 2010

So what made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, January 17, 2010?

Hot Topics

  • SETTLED!
    The investigation and lawsuits are over (NJ vs. Stevens) – and the whole thing has been settled. Raveche retires with golden parachute!
  • EQUALITY?
    Ironically, while MLK day is coming up – the city hall administration is void of true racial equality – but rather campaign contributors and soccer buddies.
  • DRUNKARDS!
    The annual Hoboken St. Patty’s Day festivities are planned for March 6, 2010. Many folks avoid like the plague.
  • SAFETY or FINES?
    A revised NJ bill touted as “pedestrian safety” does nothing extra to help pedestrians, but rather increases fines for drivers.
  • THIEVERY?
    One resident believes there was some shadiness in regards to a supposed lost phone at a restaurant – some think otherwise.
  • VACANT!
    One report says that apartment vacancies are at a 30-year high. How does that translate for Hoboken?
  • RAW?
    A reader is turned off by un-cooked chicken and a raw attitude at a local Mexican bar / restaurant.
  • RECKLESS?
    2010 is looking like a strong year already for “Pedestrian Pinball,” as yet another person gets struck – this time a kid!
  • FAREWELL!
    A Hoboken High School Principal signs off, and a debate ensues about her qualifications, and why she left.
  • WHAT’S NEXT?
    The Hoboken411 week long series about what businesses should occupy vacant spots in Hoboken, continued for a second week. With locations such as:

Other Updates

Event Calendar

See what’s happening this week on Hoboken411 event calendar!

ON THE RADAR:

Meaningful Definition of the Week:

“COVERT PROPAGANDA” – Information which originates from the government but is unattributed and made to appear as though it came from a third party.”

– U.S. Government Accountability Office

(more on this to come in 2010!)

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