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Hoboken Week in Review: 3/22/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 22, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review March 22 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 22, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Grade: “F”City FLUNKED snow cleanup for the 2014/2015 season. Expel them!
  • “Creating spaces”The only thing the city created space for was filthy snow.
  • $100 millionNot the Powerball jackpot – but money stolen and flushed down the drain by the city!
  • TrashedCity breaks shit, then uses your money to fix it.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hoboken Week in Review: 3/15/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 15, 2015

Hoboken NJ Week in Review March 15 2015 Hoboken411

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 15, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Plowing airAlways one idiot in the crowd that supports the city’s “great” cleanup job. Right-o!
  • Thermoplastic lawsuitCity knowingly creating dangerous conditions for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Hop HellWho ever said the city needed to be in the transportation business? Any city for that matter!
  • “Melt & Find”No treasure to be discovered once the snow faded away.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Penetrate her mind to give birth to her soul Habeeb Akande

Hoboken Week in Review: 3/8/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 8, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review March 8 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 8, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Fair Weather BizHow do you feel about businesses that only stick around when money’s good?
  • Dog Park Drive-by?What happens at some dog parks – we’ll never know.
  • SNAP!Red light cameras still snapping away… for what?
  • Lunch time offendersWhen hunger pangs strike, city breaks law.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Wit lies in recognizing the resemblance among things which differ and the difference between things which are alike hoboken

Hoboken Week in Review: 3/1/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 1, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review March 1 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 1, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Empty StreetsParking spots cleared. No work done. Has to be a better way.
  • Who got gas?Formerly toxic site now clean. But can you be sure?
  • BRRRR!Hudson wasn’t always this icy!
  • Constant ContactWe never needed to be so continually in touch with everyone, all the time.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

To keep the body in good health is a duty otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear buddha

Hoboken Week in Review: 2/22/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – February 22, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review February 22 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, February 22, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

A truly happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery on a detour

Hoboken Week in Review: 2/15/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – February 15, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review February 15 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, February 15, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Still slippery after all these yearsCity clueless that sidewalk ramps adversely affect general welfare.
  • Snow FAILBelow average snow falls still way too difficult to clean up.
  • ICUCameras watching you – that you paid for – that you didn’t want.
  • Life preservers?It’s possible the icy Hudson River might actually save some people who jump.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

All that is valuable in human society depends upon the opportunity for development accorded the individual