Hoboken Week in Review: 3/27/2011


Hoboken Week in Review March 27 2011

Some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, March 27, 2011:

Politics and City Happenings

  • Parking Czar Bully!The whole country supports the Anti-Bully law in schools – why not at Hoboken City Hall? Where everyone scurries to protect oft-maligned Parking Director Ian Sacs – who was arrested on multiple charges last week! Jeez!
  • Well – that’s just not right!Hoboken City Council President Beth Mason shares her thoughts about the debacle at City Hall involving Ian Sacs – and his support crew “at the top.”
  • HUMC Lack of Transparency getting sickeningRemember this – you elected the people that are essentially in control of this tax-payer SCAM! Demand openness and transparency – or vote them out.
  • Andriani Back on the Block?Some interesting updates with SWAT Cop Angelo Andriani… will the city win or lose?
  • Zoning Nuttiness!On paper, it looks like Hoboken Zoning Officer Ann Holtzman plays favorites – when she’s supposed to be an unbiased city official. What else do you expect from a Zimmer appointee?
  • Make parking easier?That would be a reason to get fired at City Hall – however, Hoboken411 delves into some ways to help ordinary people visiting or living in Hoboken.
  • Can you hear me? Hello? Hello?Hoboken has one particular area that is so damn noisy – and for multiple reasons. I thought of a solution – can you?
  • Jersey StingYou can meet the authors of a new book that chronicles the whole massive Hudson County Sting operation this week – find out how – and where.

Crime and Incidents

Business & Events

Other Hoboken Updates

Inspirational Quote of the Week:

“What I’m thinking about more and more these days is simply the importance of transparency, and Jefferson’s saying that he’d rather have a free press without a government than a government without a free press.”

– Esther Dyson

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