Hoboken Week in Review 3/14/2010
Hoboken & Flooding – perfect together?
Maybe Mother Nature should give up trying to play matchmaker. Hoboken should definitely break up with the flooding broad!
What made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, March 14, 2010?
Different politicians – same damn flooding.
Would you stop the St. Patty’s Parade if you racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines?
So-called “reformer” Bhalla has massive pay to play egg on his beard. The Paul Condon story continues…
Federal officials sniffing around Stevens Institute – this time wondering how they used Dept. of Homeland Security funds…
A couple potholes get patched up in Hoboken. Big F’in deal. Fix it right, because they’ll be back again.
Cable TV “stars” assemble in the same place for Cake.
Ballots drawn for the April 20, 2010 Hoboken Board of Ed election.
- CUSTOMER SERVICE!
Some back and forth discussion about customer service and attitude when you have unhappy patrons.
- MORE MOOLAH!
The city thinks a recreational pier is such a priority – that $12+ million will be added to the budget soon enough. Call your Realtor today!
One city official thinks his title allows him to park wherever he pleases – endangering pedestrians AND making it hard for emergency vehicles to turn.
Please call your friends and see who wants to be the “Business Administrator” for Hoboken! Pays big bucks!
Wow – lots of new biz action this week!
- COMING SOON: So what’s on the horizon? Well – starting from the south, a new hair salon Stella’s on First St., a Nutrition Zone on Wash, an Italian Clothing store for ladies a bit further up – a new 24 hour convenience store near 11th Street – and finally a new Kiddie Daycare on 12th!
- UPDATED: Hoboken411 had a bit of an update – you can now listen to the Live Police and Fire Action Channel right here! Plus – Rita’s Ice opened for the season, Dino Sandwich Cafe changed their menu a bit, and Dentist Schwarzwald moved a few blocks uptown.
- RUMOR MILL: Heard that Aroma Chinese is moving to the old Frozen Monkey spot – and Staples will be taking most of the Barnes & Noble location.
- NOW OPEN: Clinton St. Coffee Shop opens on 13th and Clinton.
To see what’s happening this week, check out the Hoboken411 event calendar!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“You drown not by falling into a river, but by staying submerged in it.”– Paulo Coelho