City Council to Vote on $2.6M in Emergency Appropriations

The city continues to appropriate money to pay for post-Sandy repairs around town.

The Hoboken City Council is expected to vote on $2,650,000 in emergency appropriations for the ongoing repair of post-Sandy damage. 

The Hoboken City Council is meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday for the last scheduled council meeting of 2012.

Late last month, the city approved $4.2 million in emergency appropriations. 

The road to paying for all the damage will take some more time and appropriations, though, since Mayor Dawn Zimmer has said the damage in Hoboken could be as much as $100 million. 


Hi December 17, 2012 at 03:20 PM
$600,000.00 grant money is already available to renovate Elysian Park.......please try to attend the public input meeting Thursday, 12/20, 7 to 9pm. :-)
FAP December 17, 2012 at 04:11 PM
Claire did the Courts make any decision on ordering Russo, Mason, Castellano, and Occipinti to participate on appointing a repalcment Councilperson? --11:10 AM Dec-17-2012


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