City Council to Introduce Budget and More Coming Up This Week in Hoboken
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Happy March. Here are some of the stories you can expect this week on Hoboken Patch.
On Monday we'll look back at the weekend and follow up on our Saturday coverage. We'll bring you the total number of ambulance calls, arrests and summonses written.
The city's new hurricane resource center is open on First Street this week.
The City Council will meet on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in City Hall.
The city council is scheduled to introduce the 2013 budget this week, during its regularly scheduled council meeting on Wednesday night. Before the budget can be passed, a series of public workshops and budget hearings will follow.
On Wednesday night, there is a meeting for public school parents in Hoboken to discuss if the district should move its seventh graders into the high school.
Ruby & Jenna, a clothing store on Washington Street, is celebrating its one-year anniversary. We sat down with the owners and we will bring you that story this week.
Last week, the numbers of state aid were announced by the New Jersey Department of Education. Now, with the sequester in effect, what does this mean for the Hoboken School district? We will follow up on this story this week.