Zimmer Proposes Anti Flood Walls, Sandy Causes $1.6M Damage to Schools and More Top This Week's Headlines
What you've missed in Hoboken this week.
The district is still working with insurance and FEMA to pay for repairs across the district.
In her third state of the city, Mayor Dawn Zimmer proposed a plan to combat flooding.
The city is in litigation with the owner of a piece of land in the southwest, to acquire it and make it a city park.
While rent control was upheld in November's referendum, a judge overturned the result of the election after 15 voters contested it.
Buckets Blakes spoke to a group of 300 elementary school students earlier in the week.
The school board and the superintendent of schools are considering moving the seventh grade into the high school.
A 17-year-old was arrested during gym class and suspended for 10 days, police said.