We need you to get in the game. The Zimmer Team along with fellow Hoboken residents, Abby and Eli Manning are preparing for our biggest event yet.The fight for doing what is right for our City is challenging. But my Council team Ravi Bhalla, David Mello, Jim Doyle and I are deeply committed to our community and we want keep building on our record. Together we saved our hospital, taking the City off of a $52 million bond guarantee, and completed 1600 Park--a project that members of my team have been fighting for since the 90s.
I know there is more work to do, which is why I am fighting to protect and preserve our treasured waterfront and bring more park space to all corners of Hoboken. I am pleased to report that we now have renovated and upgraded nearly all our existing city parks, providing a broader array of active recreational opportunities.
The completion of 1600 Park and upcoming renovation to Elysian Park and Sinatra Park are just the beginning of the great things happening in our City. With your support we look forward to bringing a beautiful waterfront park at Hoboken Cove including a new boathouse to expand everyone’s access to the Hudson River, and most importantly, we are fighting to make sure that developers follow through on their legal obligations to bring open space instead of over-development with the Monarch project. So join us on Monday September 30th! Your support can make a huge difference in the future of our City and it will be a great night out with Abby and Eli! Get in the Game!
Mayor Dawn Zimmer http://www.dawnzimmer.com/
Vision for Hoboken announces:
Support our Vision for Hoboken tomorrow, September 24th at Cadillac Cantina!
Just a reminder that our next fundraiser is taking place tomorrow night at the new Hoboken hot spot Cadillac Cantina. Join Ruben, Laura, Eduardo, Joe and fellow supporters for drinks and appetizers from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. As we prepare for the non-stop madness of October, your financial support is crucial to our operation. Please help us continue to reach out to Hoboken residents and realize our vision for our city.