Hoboken Week in Review – 11/29/2009


2009 Holiday Season has officially begun!

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving like I did! A peaceful and relaxing weekend I’ve had so far.

Now that they super-hype of “Black Friday” is behind us – what do you think the news of this major shopping day will be? Good news or bad for the economy?
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Here’s a condensed Holiday Weekend version of the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, November 29, 2009…

Hot Topics

    City Hall still hasn’t provided statements or official policy notices for the following:

    Lots of ego-boosting chatter and banter regarding the fate of HUMC Hospital in Hoboken – but the answer will come out when (and if) they show us the money. Until then, it’s anyone’s guess.
  • DRUNKS! (Again)
    Even parked cars along a straight road are never safe from wild drunk drivers in Hoboken.
    Compare the corner of 4th and Bloomfield now – and over 50 years ago. Readers remember the old business…
    A Hoboken record company VP gets cuffed for not sending a Twitter message regarding some wild crowds at a Long Island Mall!
  • PORNO?
    Some questionable “Not safe for kids” stickers appear all over various signs in Hoboken. Who’s responsible for removing them?

Other Updates

Inspirational Quote of the Week:

“To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.”

– Douglas Adams

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