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Hoboken Week in Review May 19 2013 Hoboken411 NJ

Hoboken Week in Review: 5/19/2013

Hoboken Week in Review – May 19, 2013 Appears that spring is finally here to stay! Hooray! Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, May 19, 2013: Politics and City...

Hoboken Week in Review May 12 2013 Hoboken411

Hoboken Week in Review: 5/12/2013

Hoboken Week in Review – May 12, 2013 Looks like a much improved day after yesterday! Get out and enjoy! Oh – and Happy Mother’s Day, too! Check out this photo I snapped from...

Dawn Zimmer on Hoboken flooding

Dawn Zimmer on Hoboken flooding

Has Zimmer done anything about Hoboken flooding in 5 years? 5/8/2013 Update: Here’s a Hoboken411 blast from the past – which says it all! Today’s Hoboken flooding reminded me to check up on something....

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Single Flooding Pump for SE Hoboken

All of a sudden, one pump is enough for Hoboken? One pump, four pumps, which is it? Mayor Dawn Zimmer recently said that the one flooding pump on Observer Highway would solve 90% of...

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Hoboken Week in Review 4/4/2010

4/4/2010: Play Ball! Ah yes, comfortable weather, baseball season, and outdoor seating in Hoboken – all signs that Spring is here to stay! What made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday,...

Margaret Reports: You Decide

Margaret Reports: You Decide

5/11/2009: Whew – not sure what to say! 11th Street crossing guard (and Democratic Committeewoman) Margaret O’Brien is a staple of Hoboken. She’s not afraid to express herself, gets involved with the community and...

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Flooding Update from Dawn Zimmer

11/24/2008: 4th Ward Councilwoman Dawn Zimmer provided this press release, updating what’s going on with the flooding in Hoboken: Cutting Edge Technology to be introduced tonight Last Friday North Hudson Sewerage Authority announced that...