Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Transportation Group takes time to give thanks

 The Tri-State Transportation Campaign's blog on the things they have to be thankful for:

There are still some progressive leaders in New Jersey. Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer, for example.  In just the last year, Hoboken has implemented city-wide car sharing, passed a complete streets policy, rewarded residents who turn in their parking permits, and embraced cycling; Zimmer happens to bike around town herself.

For the complete website see:

City announces additional Western Edge community meetings

City of Hoboken announces:


Two additional community meetings have been scheduled to provide further opportunities for public input on the Western Edge Redevelopment Plan.

The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, December 8th from 7-9 p.m. at the Elks lodge, 1005 Washington Street

The second meeting will take place on Thursday, December 9th from 6-8 p.m. at the Hoboken Public Library, 500 Park Avenue.

These meetings are in response to the public’s request for additional meetings to provide feedback to the draft Western Edge Redevelopment Plan. The most recent version of the plan is available on the City website:

The format is workshop style, and residents may come in at any time during the meetings at their convenience. There will be a brief discussion at the beginning of the meetings to go over the main issues that have been raised. Tables will be set up so residents can provide input on each of those issues.

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