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City Spends Close to $100G on Police Overtime on LepreCon

All officers were on duty on March 3, during Hoboken's St. Patrick's Day celebrations.

The city spent $98,771.25 on police, emergency management and traffic cops on, according to city documents. 

The total number includes $95,897.85 in police overtime cost—the entire corps was on call that day—as well as $1,428.96 for emergency management and $1,444.44 for traffic cops. 

, the St. Patrick's Day party that took place on March 3 a significant drop from last year's numbers. 

LepreCon's total cost is still unclear, because the amount of overtime to the fire and other city departments was not yet available. The cost seem to be in the same range as the parade days of the last couple of years, . 

Hoboken1653 March 23, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Speaking of issues people won't address, when your husband spoke on behalf of Mayor Cammarano to try to get him power over the zoning board, was your husband aware that Cammarano had sold zoning board power to Solomon Dwek? Or was he just a useful idiot used by Cammarano?
demosthenes March 23, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Hi curioustwit. Here's a fact for you - we have november elections every year and anybody over the age of 9 who didn't know that is officially an imbecile. Here's another fact for you and "Alan." In order to establish that a statement is defamatory you have to demonstrate that the claim was untrue. I think there are many people who would be highly entertained by you trying to convince a jury that you are not an imbecile so please sue me.
Redrider765 March 23, 2012 at 04:57 PM
And when you can't address an issue, you generally lie through your teeth or come up w/ yet another screen name to back you up in the debate. Dishonesty, that is how you roll you curiously obtuse gal.
Redrider765 March 23, 2012 at 04:58 PM
My money would be on her or her husband.
Hoboken1653 April 03, 2012 at 01:53 AM
Ahh CG and Prosbus didn't like all the posts here so they had them deleted

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