City Council to Discuss New Park and More Coming Up This Week in Hoboken
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Now that St. Patrick's Day is officially over in Hoboken, let's look ahead at the coming week.
On Monday we will bring you the police reports from the weekend.
We will also bring you the story of Jenna Drew, who — as Miss Hoboken International — won the Miss New Jersey International 2013 pageant.
The Hoboken School Board is not meeting this week. Superintendent Dr. Mark Toback is asking parents to take the junior high school survey, following last week's meeting about the proposed change.
On Wednesday night, the city council is meeting for its regular meeting. Before the meeting starts — this week at 7:30 p.m. — the council will enter into closed session to discuss the acquisition of "real property with public funds."
Last week, the mayor announced a proposed agreement with local developer Larry Bijou to create a park at Sixth and Jackson Streets. We will bring you more on that after the matter is discussed on Wednesday night.
The Hurricane Resource Center on First Street is still open for those residents seeking assistance, funds or have general questions about Sandy recovery.
There is still time for Hobokenites to sign up for the Resilience 5K that is taking place in Hoboken in early April.
A new art exhibit opens at the Hoboken Historical Museum this week of photographer Mac Hartshorn.
Spring starts this week! Sunny skies are predicted for the second half of the week.