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Hoboken council plans November ballot questions

The Hoboken City Council has introduced two ordinances that would put referendum questions about the municipal Open Space Trust Fund on the November ballot...

From Legion to legacy

Legion Park will be renamed in honor of former Hoboken tenant advocate and activist Teofilo “Tom” Olivieiri after the City Council unanimously approved the...

Cutting costs

The City Council introduced an amendment to the city’s $118.2 million preliminary municipal budget, decreasing it to $117.4 million, at its meeting on May...

A new water deal for Hoboken

Over the next 15 years, Hoboken will be able to invest an estimated $33 million in its troubled water infrastructure, now that the City...

Suez, scooters, and four-legged friends

The Hoboken City Council will vote on Wednesday, May 1, on two ordinances regarding a new contract with the city’s water provider, Suez. The first...

Scooting down the street

This May, Hoboken residents might see more and more people using the bike lanes, as nearly 400 electric scooters will become available to take...

Fight night

A nearly five-hour Hoboken City Council meeting was like a blast from the stormy past as a discussion about the city’s introductory budget and...

A multi-modal city

Could an electric scooter ride-sharing service be in your future? According to an introductory ordinance passed by the Hoboken City Council, maybe. The council unanimously...

Hoboken council meeting on city budget set for this week

A special meeting of the Hoboken City Council to reintroduce the 2019 municipal budget and accompanying CAP ordinance will take place on Wednesday, March...

Spending big bucks

The Hoboken City Council voted unanimously to introduce an ordinance to fund the construction of the Northwest Resiliency Park, which will become the city’s...
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