kmacdonald@njcu.edu
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February 09, 2016
In response to the New Washington St, I have to say that I think it is about time the problems have been put on the table and come to a resolve. I think that bike lanes are a plus, and angled parking makes way for more on-street parking for shoppers and daily business to take place. The Bus passages are going to be a big plus on our streets, and I just know that the flow of traffic will be easier, especially during rush hour; as far as accidents go, I know that the highest time for that would be during the weekend nights, but the Police are cracking down on drivers. I think the double parking has to come to an end on our Avenue streets, and I am glad it is happening at this time. Hoboken has come a long way baby! So I hope the great work in making this town flourish and move more smoothly continues. Kudos to Mayer Zimmer for all of her hard work!
Martin Brodeur
HELLO, MARTY – Legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur speaks to the audience at Pershing Field in Jersey City Monday, announcing the formation of a sports photography program at Snyder High School beginning next month.
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DIGNITARIES – From left are Terry Sweeney of Panasonic, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, Snyder High School Principal Yvonne Waller, former New Jersey Devils great Martin Brodeur and Devils President Hugh Weber get together at the announcement of the Denis Brodeur Sports Photography Program at Pershing Field in Jersey City Monday.
DIGNITARIES – From left are Terry Sweeney of Panasonic, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, Snyder High School Principal Yvonne Waller, former New Jersey Devils great Martin Brodeur and Devils President Hugh Weber get together at the announcement of the Denis Brodeur Sports Photography Program at Pershing Field in Jersey City Monday.
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HELLO, MARTY – Legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur speaks to the audience at Pershing Field in Jersey City Monday, announcing the formation of a sports photography program at Snyder High School beginning next month.
HELLO, MARTY – Legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur speaks to the audience at Pershing Field in Jersey City Monday, announcing the formation of a sports photography program at Snyder High School beginning next month.
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