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Community Invited to Chief of Police Swearing-In Ceremony on December 1st

Thursday, Nov 20, 2014

Two Additional Public Safety Swearing-in Ceremonies Next Week
All members of the community are invited to the swearing-in ceremony for Hoboken’s next Chief of Police, Kenneth F. Ferrante. The ceremony will take place at noon on Monday, December 1, 2014 in the Bissinger Room, located on the 4th floor of the Howe Center on the Stevens Institute of Technology campus. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.

The community is also invited to attend a police promotion ceremony on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 1:00pm in the City Council chambers of City Hall, 94 Washington Street. Police Officers William Montanez, William Vera, and Cesar Olavarria will be promoted to the rank of sergeant, and retiring members of the department will be recognized for their service.

Finally, the community is invited to a swearing-in ceremony for two new firefighters, Eugene B. Turonis and Domenico Camporeale, which will take place at 2:00pm on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 in the City Council chambers of City Hall.

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Hoboken Public Library Newsletter for November

Monday, Nov 17, 2014

The Hoboken Public Library newsletter for November is now available.

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Hoboken Residents Invited to Community Meeting on Reassessment Process

Friday, Nov 7, 2014

Hoboken residents are invited to a community meeting next Wednesday, November 12, 2014 to provide information and conduct a question and answer session on the reassessment process. The meeting will take place from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Hoboken Elks Lodge, located at 1005 Washington Street.

Following last year’s revaluation, the City of Hoboken is following the best practice of conducting a “rolling reassessment” to keep property values updated on an annual basis to make sure that taxes are always distributed fairly and to prevent large disparities from occurring.

Some misunderstanding has arisen among members of the public about the effect of this on Hoboken’s share of County taxes. It is important to note that the recently completed revaluation did not result in an increase in our County taxes, and the rolling reassessment that will be conducted going forward will not either.

“Unfortunately, the system used to allocate Hoboken’s share of County taxes is completely unfair to Hoboken residents,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “It punishes our residents for the success of our City. Every year, Hoboken’s share of County taxes goes up because Hoboken is such a desirable place to live. Whether we use the estimated value calculated with the County’s “equalization formula” or the more accurate value calculated with an actual assessment, our share of County taxes will increase because our property values are rising faster than the rest of the County. Each year, we get less value for our tax dollars because our share of County services does not increase, but our share of County taxes does. And that is just not right.” More >

VOTE! General Election is Tuesday, November 4

Monday, Nov 3, 2014

The General Election is on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Polls will be open from 6am until 8pm.

For additional information, visit the Hudson County Division of Elections website.

For voter records, inquiries, complaints or problems, call the office of the Superintendent of Elections: 201-369-7745/7746/7747/7748/7749. For voting machine malfunctions or questions, call: 201-369-7794/7797/7799.

Election Day is a government holiday, and municipal offices, including the Parking Utility, will be closed. Alternate side parking rules will not be in effect.

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