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Thursday, April 15, 2010

What BoE threat to the theater program?




MILE SQUARE VIEW EXCLUSIVE


Robert Davis, the Hoboken BoE Business Administrator launched a fusillade defense countering rumors of a threat from the Hoboken Board of Education regarding its student theater program.  Although he doesn't point any fingers naming names - it's obvious he's reinforcing the record by correcting a statement from a Real Results slate flyer.  His lead in telling a story about Halley's Comet and how misinformation among boy scouts passed from one to another in a circle is the humorous analogy in the correction.

He spelled it all out in the first seven minutes of this exclusive video clip.  The remaining several minutes include awards to BoE members Carrie Gilliard and Jimmy Farina.

Cablevision Ch. 77 is showing this meeting in its entirety.  
The election for the BoE is April 20th.  

Election fliers, but where's the election?

An uptown colleague sent this flyer (pictured below) over early this morning.  He found it on his car.  Apparently, some people are really ginned up for the election.  What election?  MSV has not heard of any City Hall election either.  Is someone planning on resigning?  If so we didn't get the news.

Hoboken had most of last year's calendar crowded with elections and electioneering.  Perhaps someone has lost their calendar.  What year is it again?



Note that all the appointments and contributions are perfectly legal and each of these people are acting in VOLUNTARY SERVICE ROLES and receiving NO PAY!

And of course there are plenty of people who are also appointed who made no campaign contributions.  What must make some political opponents angry is these people don't expect or want anything in return other than to serve the community.  Many have been active serving in various capacities for many years.

One person not listed here has recently won a paid position entirely on merit who worked for another leading political figure in town.  MSV won't name the person but can say it was a pleasant surprise and actually nice to see someone can earn their way for a needed salaried role and serve the Hoboken community.

Note the flyer indicates there will be more hatchet work ahead.

If this is play, where's the pay?  Some people....
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Hoboken Revolt: BoE Questionnaire Now Available


An email from Hoboken Revolt announced the following information is now available on all the candidates for the BoE election.  Voters should take advantage of this opportunity to review the information.  The election is April 20th.


The Hoboken Tax Reform Coalition

A message to all members of Hoboken Revolt

There is an important Board of Education election this upcoming Tuesday, April 20th. Polls are open from 2:00 - 9:00 pm.
  • Four of nine board positions are up for vote so this will be a pivotal election. 
  • The next board will select our next Superintendent and heavily influence the future of our schools. 
  • You have a chance to vote yes or no for next year's school budget, which represent approximately 30% of our property taxes
Hoboken Revolt has asked all candidates the most important questions and compiled their responses so you can make an "educated" decision of who can best lead our school system!

CLICK HERE TO READ THE CANDIDATES RESPONSES TO REVOLT'S QUESTIONNAIRE.


CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE FORUM DISCUSSION ABOUT THE CANDIDATE RESPONSES.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE BIOS WE RECEIVED FROM THE CANDIDATES.

Voter Motivation Drive:
Hoboken Revolt will once again be hitting the streets on Monday morning to remind and encourage voters to vote on Tuesday. Want to join us? email us at VolunteerToRevolt@gmail.com
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LOVE YOUR TOWN,
VOTE!