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The city council failed to approve a temporary budget that included the costs to print the ballots for this June's primary elections.
Dozens of Hoboken Housing Authority residents attended Wednesday night's council meeting in support of Barbara Reyes.
Government, Real Estate
A resolution on Wednesday night's agenda failed in a 4-4 vote.
SJP Properties have withdrawn an application to be able to do construction on Saturdays.
Government, Going Green
The master plan will take about six months. Afterward, it can be determined which improvements will have to be made to the more than 100-year-old infrastructure.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer held a press conference on Wednesday morning, announcing several infrastructure changes.
That's the question NJ Transit is asking commuters at the Hoboken Terminal on Wednesday afternoon during rush hour.
Government, Local Connections, Awareness
The Hoboken Housing Authority is applying to be eligible for the Low Income Housing Tax Credit. The deadline is May 31.
The hearing is scheduled for May 21.
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