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Friday, October 26, 2012

Hoboken creates Hurricane Sandy Page

The most comprehensive webpage for Hurricane Sandy in our Mile Square. Click on photo:



Or at the link for comprehensive Hoboken information on the hurricane.

HOBOKEN ADVISES RESIDENTS TO PREPARE FOR HURRICANE SANDY & SEEKS VOLUNTEERS

City of Hoboken announces:


HOBOKEN ADVISES RESIDENTS TO PREPARE FOR HURRICANE SANDY & SEEKS VOLUNTEERS

The City of Hoboken is asking residents to take steps to prepare for the potential for severe weather as a result of Hurricane Sandy.

“At this time, we are working with all departments and agencies to monitor conditions and prepare for the worst, and we are asking residents to do the same,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “We will continue to monitor weather conditions during the weekend and implement our plans as needed.”

Information related to Hurricane Sandy and other important relevant resources are available on the City website atwww.hobokennj.org/sandy.

Residents who live in ground floor units in low-lying areas of the City are asked to consider potential evacuation plans in case an evacuation is deemed necessary. At this time, no evacuation orders have been issued. Plans are in place if needed, to open a shelter at the Wallace School and a backup shelter at the High School.

FEMA advises residents to take the time now to put together a family emergency plan and emergency kit (http://www.ready.gov/build-a-kit). Some of the items in a basic emergency kit include: one gallon of water per person per day, for drinking and sanitation; at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food; battery-powered radio and a NOAA Weather Radio; flashlight and extra batteries; and First Aid kit. Having a kit can help you weather the storm.

Due to the possibility for strong winds, the City will be bringing trash cans indoors. Residents are asked bring inside or tie down any patio furniture, flower pots, toys, and other loose items they may have outside. Contractors should secure construction sites.

Flooding is possible, so cars parked on-street should be moved out of flood-prone areas. Depending on storm conditions, the City may offer discounted parking in municipal Garage B on a first-come first-served basis to residents with valid parking permits. If so, details will be announced on the City website.

Volunteer Information Sessions & Community Outreach
The City and its Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) seek additional volunteers to help prepare for the storm by distributing information to seniors and Housing Authority residents on Saturday and learn about how to potentially staff an emergency shelter and call center, depending on the severity of the storm.    

Information Sessions & Community Outreach:
Saturday, 11:00 am
221 Jackson Street Community Room

Sunday, 11:00 am
City Hall Council Chambers

Nazi truck Moves Forward in Hoboken again!

MILE SQUARE VIEW EXCLUSIVE



If you thought three times was the charm for the infamous Nazi truck in Hoboken, you'd be wrong. Hand over the organic carrots!

Wednesday night, the tip line was ringing off the hook here at the Stable.  Not because of Beth Mason's de rigueur cybersewer at Hoboken411 earning countess' bidding to defame any and all in her way but with Hobokenites sending in sightings of the unholy Nazi mobile's whereabouts.

Over several hours in the evening, reports came in on the rumbling in the Mile Square of the MF Mason Nazi Truck.  MF stands for Move Forward, officially of course.  You already know what Beth Mason stands for.

The MF Nazi truck made a pit stop by Church Towers seeking an erstwhile friendly crowd for its message of stupidity, propaganda and apology. Hoboken411 posted the video with MSV's phone number.  The results?
Zero takers.   Another Beth Mason fail!  

Hoboken411 put up its typical pack of lies running the video in the hope to show sponsor Beth Mason it has any reach.  Since Perry Klaussen the ubermensch Beth Mason boot licker ran the story, it's generated exactly ZERO phone calls.

Congratulations to Hoboken411 affirming it's more irrelevant than ever.  This should be music to the Hudson Reporter's ears.  You guys owe Da Horsey a commission.  No way Mason can end the page three ad buys ad infinitum.  Back up the Brinks truck!

Speaking of the Hudson Reporter, have you seen a column pixel spilled on its internets detailing Beth Mason's four figure illegal expenditures for Move Forward?  Maybe they'll figure out a way to paint it in their typically odd moral equivalence this weekend.  Hey, any of your reform council members late in paying a parking ticket?  Expect to make page one.

Is the Hudson Reporter waiting to clarify the five figures Mason is illegally ploughing into the campaign and planning a blockbuster expose on how that total contrasts with a Vote-By-Mail purchase in the three-hundred plus range?

Perish the thought.

Talking Ed Note: MSV did not attend the BoE debate last night but is looking to obtain video and will publish when possible.

How come the fourth visit from the Nazi truck is only on MSV?  Well the other local media don't think it's helping Move Forward so they aren't going to report on it.

What other conclusion can there be?

Hoboken braces for Hurricane Sandy

City of Hoboken announces:

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Thursday October 25, 2012, 5:30 PM

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Advisory: Hoboken Prepares for Hurricane Sandy

Hi SmartyJones,

There is a growing possibility that Hoboken and the region could be impacted by a very major storm early next week as Hurricane Sandy continues north. More than 6 inches of rain and hurricane force winds may occur, with the possibility of record flooding.

“Just as with Hurricane Irene, we are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “Most importantly, we want residents to remain alert and take steps to prepare themselves.”

Residents who do not have a land line or have not received emergency notifications in the past are urged to sign up for the City’s Reverse 911 system by visiting www.hobokennj.org/emergency. Residents may also sign up for non-emergency related alerts at www.hobokennj.org/alerts.

The City has plans in place for a shelter and emergency operations center if necessary. Barricades will be pre-positioned if needed to close off streets and “No Parking” signs posted in the most flood-prone areas. North Hudson Sewerage Authority has been clearing out catch basins.

A flood pump is operational, but very heavy rain can still result in flooding. As a result, residents who park on-street are strongly urged to avoid flood-prone areas. Due to the possibility of very strong winds, residents and businesses are asked to bring in unsecured objects from patios and balconies and secure outdoor objects such as lawn furniture or garbage cans that could blow away and cause damage or injury.

FEMA advises residents to take the time now to put together a family emergency plan and emergency kit. Some of the items in a basic emergency kit include: one gallon of water per person per day, for drinking and sanitation; at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food; battery-powered radio and a NOAA Weather Radio; flashlight and extra batteries; and First Aid kit. Having a kit can help you weather the storm.

For updates, visit www.hobokennj.org or sign up for email or text alerts at www.hobokennj.org/alerts.  For full details, view this message on the web.