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Mayor to Hold Third Annual State of The City Address

The mayor's third State of the city address will take place on Wednesday February 13.

Mayor Dawn Zimmer announced she will deliver her third State of the City address on Wednesday February 13.

All Hobokenites are invited to attend at 7 p.m. at the DeBaun Auditorium on the Stevens Campus.

Her address will focus on "plans for building a more resilient Hoboken following Superstorm Sandy," according to the announcement.

For coverage of past addresses, check out the state of the city from 2011 and 2012.

Scott M. Siegel February 07, 2013 at 07:43 PM
Beth Mason: I can cut Hoboken's taxes by 25 percent: http://www.nj.com/hobokennow/index.ssf/2009/10/beth_mason_i_can_cut_hobokens.html Councilman Russo Wants 15 Percent Budget Cut: http://hoboken.patch.com/articles/councilman-wants-15-percent-budget-cut What have they offered John?
XJS February 07, 2013 at 08:16 PM
That article reads poorly. I recommend you actually address the situation you're writing about in your next installment.
puzzledone February 07, 2013 at 08:40 PM
Given the old guard efforts to sabotage the city (hospital, garage, vote against paving and then complain about it, stealing the mayor's emails and providing to political opponents, stealing quarters than aiding in the cover, trying to give away the surplus, voting against bonding at every turn, voting against budgets without giving reasons, spreading lies and propoganda through midnight flyers and their yellow journalist news page, the Doyle appointment), why is there any reason to believe that there is any reasonable compromise here. We know from Mike Russo himself that compromise to him is "I do for you, you do for me," and that's no way our town should be treating the taxpayers.
Jay Rattigan February 07, 2013 at 10:25 PM
The City is the defendent in the employee cases and we are on a winning streak. The City was the plantiff in the Rent Control case and won. The City is also the plantiff in the Monarch case and I believe you will be hard pressed to find anyone who objects to it. Here are some highlights. I welcome others to add to this. RECENT WINS: Arrezzo, Adriani, Rent Control RECENT WINS (pending appeal): Doyle PENDING: Campbell, Maier, Alicea, Monarch SETTLED: Drexel
Scott M. Siegel February 08, 2013 at 05:41 PM
John: Speaking o0f "collars" are you referring to arrests being made by law enforcement? let's go over just a few : OG: Anthony Russo (convicted felon) Peter Cammarano (convicted felon) John Corea (convicted felon) Michael Shaffer (convicted felon) Patrick Ricciardi + 2 others (arrested) Reform pols arrested ("collared):

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