NJ Transit meeting regarding Hoboken’s Union Dry Dock property canceled

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HOBOKEN–The monthly NJ Transit Board of Directors meeting was cancelled on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 20 minutes after it was due to begin at 9 a.m. The board secretary Joyce Zuczek announced that the meeting would be postponed to a not yet identified later date, as the meeting did not have a quorum of people there to vote.
The board was set to vote on the acquisition and lease of the former Union Dry Dock property. The city of Hoboken is opposing the change because they want to acquire the property themselves for open space. NY Waterway recently bought the property from the private ship repair company that owns it, so they could use it for ferry repair, and NJTransit was about to vote on leasing the property for their use as well.
For more information look at this weekend’s edition of the Hoboken Reporter.