Friday, June 20, 2014

City: Survey for Hoboken Parking Master Plan open through Monday

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Community: Community Invited to Submit Input On Hoboken Parking Master Plan Through Online Survey

The City of Hoboken has hired Arup, a nationally recognized planning firm, to analyze and evaluate the City’s parking situation and prepare a city-wide parking master plan. A public workshop was held on June 11, 2014.

The City is seeking additional input from the public and invites all members of the community to complete the online survey which can be found

Nearly 500 survey responses have been submitted to date. The survey will remain open through Monday, June 23, 2014.

New media news outlet to focus on Hudson County

The Hudson County View announces:

The Hudson County View Launches Official Website
New online media news outlet aims to keep government honest

A new media outlet, The Hudson County View, has officially launched their website after a brief teaser campaign on Facebook over the past week-and-a-half.

The Hudson County View will focus on breaking news and investigative reporting in Hudson County and aims to report the news as it happens, when it happens, without compromising the facts in any way, shape or form.

The website is available at:

“I am absolutely thrilled to undertake this new business venture to do what I believe I do best: reporting the news,” said Hudson County View owner and political correspondent, John Heinis.

“I would like to thank everyone at The Jersey Journal and Hudson County TV for giving me an opportunity to showcase my talents in one of the most unique political atmospheres in the world.”

“With that said I look forward to keeping local government honest and keeping the public educated on as many pressing, thought-provoking issues as humanly possible.”

Heinis, a 27-year-old Rutgers University alumnus, is a former Jersey Journal intern and was the Chief Investigative Reporter for upstart news outlet Hudson County TV in his most recent journalistic gigs.

The Hudson County View has also brought on board Michael Shurin, also 27, a St. Peter’s University graduate who will initially focus on running the politics and policy page of the website. has gone live just moments ago and can be liked on Facebook (“Hudson County View”) and/or followed on Twitter @HudsonCoView.

All questions, new tips, media inquiries, etc. can be sent to