DECK THE CITY HALLS--Two performers from the Garden Street School of the Performing Arts at the Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Dec. 15.
DECK THE CITY HALLS--Two performers from the Garden Street School of the Performing Arts at the Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Dec. 15.
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CHRISTMAS WRAPPING—Children can drop of their letters to Santa in this special red mailbox in front of the Post Office at 89 River St.
CHRISTMAS WRAPPING—Children can drop of their letters to Santa in this special red mailbox in front of the Post Office at 89 River St.
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TOYS FOR TOTS—Each child who sends a letter to Santa at the Hoboken Main Post Office will receive a “goofy little thing” like these, in the words of letter carrier Brad Johnson.
TOYS FOR TOTS—Each child who sends a letter to Santa at the Hoboken Main Post Office will receive a “goofy little thing” like these, in the words of letter carrier Brad Johnson.
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SANTA BABY—Hoboken letter carrier Lakii Robinson drops off a letter to Santa for her 4-month-old baby Essence.
SANTA BABY—Hoboken letter carrier Lakii Robinson drops off a letter to Santa for her 4-month-old baby Essence.
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A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
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A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
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A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
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A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
A view of the new county-funded open space area beneath the Fourteenth Street Viaduct in northwest Hoboken.
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PRICEY PARK--Another view of Elysian Park, which was renovated this summer at a total cost to the city of $1,039,805.
PRICEY PARK--Another view of Elysian Park, which was renovated this summer at a total cost to the city of $1,039,805.
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PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS—Unanticipated work during this past summer’s renovation of Elysian Park could cost the city an extra $132,000.
PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS—Unanticipated work during this past summer’s renovation of Elysian Park could cost the city an extra $132,000.
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MAKING TRACKS--Hoboken expanded its snow removal fleet this year with two of these Ventrac tractors, which can be outfitted with snow blowers. Photo courtesy of Ventrac.
MAKING TRACKS--Hoboken expanded its snow removal fleet this year with two of these Ventrac tractors, which can be outfitted with snow blowers. Photo courtesy of Ventrac.
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SNOW GO ZONE—Under Hoboken’s snow emergency ordinance, it is illegal to park on the highlighted roads while they are snow-covered.
SNOW GO ZONE—Under Hoboken’s snow emergency ordinance, it is illegal to park on the highlighted roads while they are snow-covered.
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SCALED DOWN--The Hoboken Yards plan approved this past week is significantly smaller than this 9.2 million square foot concept produced by FXFOWLE for the city and NJ Transit in 2008.
SCALED DOWN--The Hoboken Yards plan approved this past week is significantly smaller than this 9.2 million square foot concept produced by FXFOWLE for the city and NJ Transit in 2008.
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RADIANT CITY? – An artist’s representation of what the Hoboken Yards could look like after being built in compliance with the city’s newest proposed Redevelopment Plan.
RADIANT CITY? – An artist’s representation of what the Hoboken Yards could look like after being built in compliance with the city’s newest proposed Redevelopment Plan.
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PROUD OF THE PLAN—Councilman Michael Russo said he was insulted by the way members of the public had criticized the City Council’s Hoboken Yards plan.
PROUD OF THE PLAN—Councilman Michael Russo said he was insulted by the way members of the public had criticized the City Council’s Hoboken Yards plan.
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