With less than a month on the job, Acting Hoboken Parking Utility Director Ian Sacs is bringing about significant change to improve the quality of life for the people of Hoboken. Sacs innovative approach will also result in reducing the costs and creating a more efficient management structure for the Hoboken Parking Utility.
About twenty five (25) interested Hoboken residents�joined the Mayor and Public Safety representatives on this past Wednesday, September in the City Council Chamber, to learn more about what it takes to become a CERT volunteer. For those that were no able to make it to the first meeting, more information about becoming a CERT volunteer you can contact the Hoboken Office of Emergency Management at (201) 420-5618 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City has now had an opportunity to review Judge Tolentino’s decision in the 206 Bloomfield matter.� Contrary to what some have claimed, the Court has firmly rejected a demand to enjoin the City’s rent regulation office from making future rent calculations and did not find the Ordinance itself illegal, unconstitutional or improper in any way.�
The City of Hoboken is taking emergency measures in its continuing efforts to secure and stop any further erosion of a portion of Sinatra Park which collapsed into the Hudson River on Monday, announced Mayor Dawn Zimmer.
Acting Parking Utility Director Ian Sacs, Acting Mayor Dawn Zimmer and Omnibus Driver Bernardo Nunez at the relaunch of the crosstown shuttle.