Hoboken Week in Review – 10/7/2007

tomato-plants-in-hoboken.jpgWelcome new registered readers this week!

A great unseasonably warm week in the books, with cooler weather around the corner later this week. Thank god! I want my PSE&G bill to level off finally!

Odd tomato plants, the Mayor and the cops, council meetings and much more happened.

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What wacky items were covered in the past week? Here’s a sampling:

News, items of importance & “Hot Topics”:

  • AA Meeting – Construction Code official Al Arezzo explains a few things.
  • Tomatoes are healthy – Dawn Zimmer makes primetime TV with the peculiar story about tomato plants growing in odd areas.
  • Local rag – Analyzed the weekly fish wrap.

Town Government:

  • Long Meetings – See what the city is discussing at the bi-weekly council meeting.
  • Delivered Vagrant – Political posturing ensues as Mayor Roberts points fingers at the local Police Dept. for our Homeless issues.
  • Take it lightly – For some reason, a much needed traffic signal remains in the dark.

Community Events & Local Sports:

  • Home Run!: – The MLB playoffs are in full swing. Catch up with the American and National league match ups. Yankees have to win three straight!
  • Juicy – Local Juice Bar holds a fun contest/fund raiser with great prizes!

New, Updated or Coming Soon:

Leaving Town, screwed, or mucked up:

  • Light with the dooming this week.


Reader Mail Bag:

  • Get outta here! – Kids get chased away from a public park at Maxwell Place.

Fun, Games, Miscellaneous Stuff:

  • Fun with Photos – One pic says a lot about Hoboken.
  • Competition – I point some notable things out about other websites in town.
  • Radiohead – One of my favorite bands is revolutionizing the way music is acquired these days.

Notable incidents, crimes, fires:

  • Look up, then run – More heavy stuff falls and damages vehicles parked around the W Hotel.

Recent Town Incidents:

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