Saturday, November 7, 2009

Saturday night plans?

Film Screening - Delivered Vacant November 7th

Not sure what you have in mind for a cool Fall Saturday night?  This is a unique opportunity to see a film related to Hoboken's recent history and also meet the film's creator in a Q&A. More on the film at the link here
(The jolly green giant mentioned this but we're noting it just in case for late deciders.)

Projected Images of Hudson County presents

Delivered Vacant
a film by Nora Jacobson

Sat. Nov. 7th, at 7:30pm
Burchard Auditorium
Campus of Stevens Institute of Technoloy
6th & River Terrace

Admission is $10.
Proceeds will go to support
the Hoboken Movies Under the Stars series for 2010.

for more info call 201-217-4077

It's official!

After the certification of the election, a low key ceremony took place inside City Hall to swear in Hoboken's first elected woman mayor.  Here's the photo from the City website. A ceremony open to the public next weekend has yet to be announced but should be soon.

As part of the official proceedings, the former City Council President also resigned as the 4th Ward Councilwoman.  The important question of who will replace her becomes the flavor of the month.  The Hudson Reporter interviewed both former Councilman Tony Soares and 4th Ward resident Michael Lenz who say they would be open to the appointment among other potential candidates.

Speaking of jobs, the City Hall website has posted some additional positions.  Since everyone knows someone who is looking, here they are: