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Acting Mayor Dawn Zimmer Addresses the Public

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On July 31, Dawn Zimmer was sworn in as the Acting Mayor of Hoboken at City Hall�s Council Chamber. �You can read her remarks made HERE.

Municipal property taxes to decrease by 5%

The City of Hoboken announced that the municipal portion of the upcoming estimated First and Second Quarter property tax bill will decline by five percent.

Swearing in of Richard Blohm as New Hoboken Fire Chief

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Richard C. Blohm was� sworn in as the city’s 9th Fire Chief during a ceremony on Monday, July 13th at City Hall. Blohm had been serving as Acting Chief since 2007.��

13th Annual Hoboken Farmer’s Market

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In its thirteenth year this year, the Hoboken Farmers’ Market is located on Washington St. between Newark St. and Observer Hwy.

Hoboken Celebrates the 4th of July in Style

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The City of Hoboken was front and center for the spectacular Macy’s Fireworks Celebration on the Hudson River.

Pier C Park is the newest waterfront attraction

Pier C Park is located on the Hudson Rover Walkway, between Third and Fourth streets, as part of the City’s ongoing effort to provide open and recreational space on the waterfront.

The two and a half acre park features recreational opportunities for both children and adults. The sculptural quality of the land simulates the forms of a barrier beach while the interior breaks open to reveal the play landscape – a whimsical, other-scaled world designed to engage children of all ages and abilities. The playground is separated into a pre-school play area, which includes structures for climbing and hiding, slides, and sand play and water play.

The promenade, at the eastern edge of the pier, provides recreational opportunities for adults and families in addition to the introduction of lawn areas for sunbathing and casual games, in addition to a fishing pier.

The idea of nature as recreation is expressed in the park’s wildlife opportunities which are represented in the planting scheme, which strongly favors coastal species and intends to attract wildlife.

The park, funded by the City, the Port Authority and the States’ Green Acres Fund, is part of a 20 acre initiative to create new recreational and open space throughout the City.

Clearview Cinema to open this summer

Lights, camera action!

Clearview Cinema will opened a brand new 5-screen cineplex, uptown on 14th Street between Grand and Adams streets, providing first run and independent movies for Hoboken residents and visitors.

The project is part of� an ongoing effort to provide first-rate recreational and cultural activities and economic development to the City’s northwestern region.

“Among the things that adults and schoolchildren tell me they want most is a movie theater,” said Mayor Zimmer. “They will be getting it and we are looking forward to its opening.”

The 60-foot high cinema is part of the City’s Northwest Redevelopment Zone, a 22-acre assemblage which was designated by the City Council.

The theater�features blockbuster hits and employs an unnamed number of local residents.