It's the weekend and better weather has finally arrived but the burning issue this week hasn't yet seen the light of day. After a week of silence from the Mason-Russo "majority," it's time to ask the question, "What should the reform council members do about Mike Russo?"
The poll has been posted on the top right of the page and will be available right into Wednesday's City Council meeting.
While MSV does not give credence to the validity of any online polling, it's appropriate for public sentiment to be accounted at important times. This is one of them.
You may vote for more than one item. Let your voice be heard!
After you vote a scroll bar will appear on the right showing you the breakdown of the vote.
Sunday, April 3, 2011
BOE Candidates Forum April 4th @6:45PM at Stevens Kiddie Hall
This event is tomorrow at 6:45pm at the Stevens Campus and it is your one chance to hear the candidates speak up on the issues all together. Here is the description from the Hoboken family Alliance:
Your vote matters so come hear directly from the 7 candidates running to fill three open seats on the Hoboken Board of Education when the candidates participate in an public question/answer forum on Monday, April 4.
The forum is jointly sponsored by the Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition and Hoboken Family Alliance and will be moderated by Bob Bowdon. The organizations have invited Board of Education trustee incumbents Carmelo Garcia, Frances Rhodes-Kearns and Jean-Marie Mitchell along with Peter Biancamano, Steven Feinstein, Clifford Godfrey, and Patricia Waiters to participate.
The forum begins 6:45 p.m. at Kidde Hall on the Stevens Institute of Technology campus. The Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition and Hoboken Family Alliance joined together this year for the first time in order to help streamline appearances for the candidates and make it easier for people to attend prior to the elections on Thursday, April 27. Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Come hear the candidates then make sure you vote.
8th Annual Hoboken High School Junior Prep Day
April 15th, Friday from 8:30am - 12:00pm
Can a few hours change a life? Absolutely!
Have you ever wanted to give back to the community but didn’t know how? So did I, that's why 8 years ago I created the Senior/Junior Prep Day, an exciting volunteer effort to bring together various members of the community to meet with the junior class of Hoboken High School to help them plan the next phase in their lives. Volunteers from all walks of life gather in the High School gym to meet with the students (either one on one or in small groups) to discuss resume writing, interview techniques, what to wear to a first interview or just to chat about your job.