Hoboken says goodbye to its assistant business administrator


Hoboken’s Assistant Business Administrator Patrick Wherry will leave the city’s employ on Feb. 22, according to a press release from the city.

Wherry became the city’s assistant business administrator in 2016.

“I thank Patrick for his numerous contributions to Hoboken during his nearly three years of service,” said Mayor Ravi Bhalla.  “He’s served as a valuable resource for our community and played a large role in overseeing some of our major quality-of-life initiatives and operations.  Above all else, Patrick is well respected among his peers and has the admiration of many of our elected officials.  I wish him nothing but the best in his future public service.”

“Patrick has been a tremendous asset in keeping our City well run,” said Business Administrator Stephen Marks.  “He stepped into a challenging position three years ago but excelled at every task given to him.  I thank him for his friendship and commitment to the residents of Hoboken.”

Wherry will serve as the Business Administrator of the Borough of Waldwick.