It is just a little “snow” in Hoboken
Snow happens around this time of the year in Hoboken
As we explained yesterday, we encountered what was supposed to be a “disruptive” snow today. Really? We got what, an inch of slushy stuff?
Below are some photos taken today amidst the “treacherous” conditions that frightened everyone to stay inside and lock their doors.
The World War II Memorial – Pier A Park – and Pier C Park. Speaking of Pier C Park – it was CLOSED today due to the “disastrous conditions.” And meanwhile – over in Pier A Park, “contractors” or whatever you want to call them were actually using SNOW BLOWERS. Really, taxpayers footed the bill for that? The sidewalks shouldn’t have even been cleared. Oh wait, that may cause some issues for baby strollers. So while they were at it, they ought to not only snow blow – but bust out air dryers so the sidewalks aren’t even wet either.
Oh, and the robotic solar trash contraptions were curiously ripped open. 10 grand for what looks like a college dorm refrigerator. Still can’t believe they bought into those things…
Enjoy the colder weather!
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