Monday, November 24, 2014

Beth Mason court date Tuesday in alleged criminal complaint against MSV

Thanksgiving week has arrived making us wistful what more is possible in 2014. Beth Mason looks at the calendar and watches her self-obsessed political career ambitions dwindling. Then she looks who she can blame other than herself.

MSV will be facing Beth Mason in court Tuesday in Jersey City in her years long warring against the First Amendment.
That's not the only date she is facing the witness box.

From Beth Mason's filed criminal complaint after handed a court approved subpoena in City Council chambers:

"Actor did forcefully smack a court document on the victims chest. 
This caused the victim to be offended/alarmed."

Filing a frivolous criminal complaint constitutes perjury and a malicious abuse of process or so say NJ legal beagles.

Help bring Beth Mason to justice.


or via snail mail,
Check or (anonymous) money order to :

R.W. Brice
1032 Hudson Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

QLC presents awards Tuesday @ St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Parish Hall

On Tuesday, November 25, 2014, starting at 7:00 p.m., the Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition will, for the first time since 2011, present five Thanksgiving Awards at St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Parish Hall, on Eighth Street between Washington and Hudson Streets.  These honors will be presented to citizens and groups that have freely given of their time and talent to make Hoboken a better place in which to live and work. 

The 2014 recipients and their awards are:
  • Hoboken Grace Community Church is receiving the Environment Award;
  • David Calamoneri , Julie Harari and Nora Martinez DeBenedetto of the Farmer’s Markets are awarded the Community Service Award;
  • Bill Bergin of the Fire Department Museum gains the Saving Our History Award;
  • Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity at Stevens receives the Community Awareness Award;
  • Tom Olivieri posthumously is granted the Lifetime Citizen Activist Award In Memoriam.   

The Hoboken Thanksgiving Awards were initiated in 2005 and were distributed yearly through 2011.  This year reestablishes the presentations for the first time since Hurricane Sandy. The awards are a way for the community to express gratitude for the energy and talent provided by ordinary citizens who have volunteered their time and talent without remuneration for the benefit of the city.

The general public is encouraged to attend.   Admission is free.