Monday, July 11, 2011

A note about the Street Money Mason Store

The Street Money Mason Store is temporarily unavailable due to a required upgrade. MSV will be opening the revamped store in time before the Hoboken Big Bang Event comes.

Didn't you get your notice on it?  What Mason411 didn't tell you?  Nothing from editor Augie and company at the Jersey Journal?  They and other folks are too busy spinning in every which direction but the right one.  Did anyone even get an answer if Mason or Councilman Mike Russo had seen any of the very emails they had requested over two months in their co-sponsored witch-hunt of a resolution?

As the store is being upgraded, Carlo's Bakery is about to drop into the number two position in how the rest of the country sees Hoboken.  The replacement team about to step in: a very large, very nefarious group of Old Guard die hards.

All together now, "We're number one, We're number one."
Yeah you are, but did you see which list you are number one on?

Scott Delea's campaign report is finally out, but it doesn't add up.

Here's some parts of Scott Delea's campaign finance (NJ ELEC) report.  It's written out in hand and seems to have been done intentionally sloppy to make it unclear.  Of the major candidates, Scott came in last, not only in the vote tally but in meeting the deadline for filing the 20 day post election report.  It was due May 31 and Scott even came in more late than Beth Mason.

The only expenditure that fits for his 5th ward mailer is a curious claim: "online marketing" for $3400 "mailers."  How do you do mailers in "online marketing" for $3,400?  Well good luck trying to get a straight answer from Scott Delea.

Scott Delea has payment to his own company for "printing and mailers."  There's no explanation why printing and mailers are done via an online marketing company let alone his.  Who handled the production costs and postage for the thousands distributed?  One name whispered is Hudson County's Prince of Darkness who has done piles of evil labor on behalf of Beth Mason.  You know him as Paul.

Scott Delea doesn't do straight answers.

Talking Ed Note: Scott Delea also has a payment of $130.65 to former Freeholder Maurice Fitzgibbons at Church Towers.  There's your Fitzgibbons connection MSV had stated earlier, the man who brought you Peter Cammarano and Tim "I'm independent" but votes like a puppet Occhipinti.  Good luck trying to figure the scribble out of what it's for though.

Once again, Hoboken was spared a bullet electing a proven quantity in Peter Cunningham who does the hard work and makes the tough calls and tells you where he stands on the issues.

Scott Delea made a payment to Maurice Fitzgibbons at Church Towers but good luck trying to figure out the chicken scratch of what it's for.  Let's just call it the kissing of the Old Guard ring.
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Hoboken Revolt: Save the Hospital AND Protect the Taxpayer!

From Hoboken Revolt:

Hoboken Revolt fully supports the sale of Hoboken University Medical Center. You can find more detailed information on our site but here are the facts you need to know:

1. The hospital was in danger of closing in 2006/2007 so the city stepped in setting up the ONLY municipal hospital in the state of NJ. The City and therefore the taxpayers are backing the 52M bond.

2. The hospital has NOT been profitable losing 21.7M in 2008 and 16.3M in 2009. The only reason the hospital has remained open to date is due to state and federal subsidies. We already know 11M in federal funds will not return in 2011.

3. Due to lack of profitability, the hospital WILL close placing the responsibility of the 52M bond on the taxpayers of Hoboken IF IT IS NOT SOLD

4. Selling the hospital to HUMC Holdco will guarantee Hoboken a hospital for the next seven years AND will take away the burden of the bond for the taxpayers. The City of Hoboken needs a hospital but it should not be funded by the taxpayers. Everyone must work together to avoid hospital closure, maintain over 1100 jobs and remove the City of Hoboken from the guarantee of the bonds.

What you can do:

1. Attend the State Health Board Meeting on Thursday July 21st, 6p-8p, at Our Lady of Grace Parish Hall 422 Willow Ave. It is important that you go to the mic and show your support for the sale.

2. Sign a petition stating that you support the sale of the hospital.

We have an opportunity to have our voices heard. The Taxpayers and City of Hoboken should not be in the hospital business. Attend the meeting, sign the petition and keep special interests out of our City's most important decisions!

Love Your Town, Stay Involved!

(Beyond) Time to Lawyer Up!

Our colleague Grafix Avenger who was kind enough to extend licensing fees for our Street Money Mason store, received a delivery via Fedex earlier today.  This Fedex is similar in aspects to our source(s) and MSV can confirm the sources are not one and the same.

The similarities surrounding criminal defense attorneys coincides with information that's recently reached Da Horsey.  MSV had been tracking a rumor on one council member a month back along these lines - before the FBI had publicly surfaced in town.

A discussion with that council member created a strange reaction but not conclusive, so we won't name who it is for the moment.  Let's just say the art of projection and puppetry is closely connected.

MSV will have more on this later and it's slated for premium subscribers.  One thing we can share is that the criminal defense lawyer bills are anticipated to total well into seven figures, yes as in millions.

Ya gotta love this town.  Time to lawyer up!

Talking Ed Note: One of the best responses from a subscriber on our last content described it as "better than Leo's sauce," in reference to the downtown Italian restaurant.

Everything we've written is holding up and that means Da Horsey anticipates the timing will too.  If you haven't subscribed, consider doing so, the big show is about to start: