Chalk up a victory for Hoboken residents!
Hoboken Employee disrespects community; resident calls them out
Last week, Hoboken resident Robbie scored one for the team with his exchange with a couple city employees – and he had to share:
So, the story goes like this. Today I was walking up Washington, almost up to the Dunkin’ Donuts on 7th Street, when two over sized parking utility employees were walking side by side having a chat. As I went to walk around them since they were moving at a snails pace I approached the ladies on the right and as I did, the parking lady walking to the left of me threw her napkin right into one of those little beds of woodchips that surround all of the trees on Washington as it almost actually hit me!
And without even blinking an eye, I got right next to her and said “Wow! I should write you a ticket for littering!”
I stared right at her, she had this deer in headlights / I am about to lose my job look on her face as she just stood there frozen, and then she walked back the 5 feet and picked up her napkin she had littered.
All of this with a trash can about 15 feet in front of her. It’s not often you win one with those jerks, but today was one for the residents!”