Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Hoboken411 fears lawsuit over parking director hit job in 2011

People have been asking with the new year if MSV plans to continue running the popular series Friday Night Lights?

After more reader inquiries, it's become apparent the series is missed and the Hoboken public can't get enough seeing from the inside how a zany political lunatic fringe operated in Mile Square politics trying to advance the absolute worst political elements in town.

With that, Da Horsey wishes to formally apologize to the Hoboken public for the delay between FNL episodes.

Below is a timely reminder the ten years of good government support from Kurt Gardiner did not make him a favorite with everyone.

The following is another unedited original email between Hoboken411's Perry Klaussen and Lane Bajardi, aka Redhaven.

The antipathy this time is for a Hoboken Journal reader poll inquiring if former Director of Parking and Transportation Ian Sacs should sue Hoboken411 for its hit job surrounding the false arrest of Director Sacs after he reported an assault in the City Hall lobby.

Hoboken411's crazy shorts Klaussen proposes to Lane Bajardi a reader poll asking if he should sue the City of Hoboken. "Redhaven" apparently did not entertain the wacky notion and deliver a ghostwritten "story" for publication.

These people spend quite a bit of time planning to sue everybody. But they lacked the funds and an underwriter to do so.

That would change when the mother lode of SLAPP-suits would rear its head in 2012.

Lane Bajardi (l) and his sock puppet Perry Klaussen
back in their Hoboken411 heyday.

Pupster on the brink of sewerage extinction

Frank "Pupie" Raia, the decades long commissioner and current chair of the North Hudson Sewerage Authority is facing extinction on the HudCo board.

Multiple sources indicate all paths are closed for Raia's return.

Other NHSA municipalities: possible avenues for re-entry to a sewerage authority seat such as West New York and Weehawken are reportedly closed off. MSV wrote last fall in its popular Grist for the Mill series about a deal with Councilman Michael Russo seeing Raia drop out of the third ward council race.

The Pupster however is rumored to have been cutting deals every which way, then and now to stay on the NHSA but the end of Pupster days is in a countdown to the finish.

As a result, the wealthy developer will face the prospect of not receiving taxpayer paid health insurance benefits.

Trenton, the New Jersey state capital may need an alert to remove Raia from the taxpayer entitlement he's accustomed to over decades.

Officially, Frank Raia's NHSA commissioner term expires January 31st. Word is at the last NHSA meeting a bizzare spin was stated that "Raia is retiring" as if the board seat is a permanent employee position.

Kurt Gardiner beat the system, overcoming long odds of politically entrenched City Hall power riding a grassroots come from behind surge leading to an eventual landslide City Council appointment.

More on all this later with the end of an era in Hoboken and how a Giant wannabe tax cutter defeated a Vote by Mail king.

The exclusive feature will appear on MSV later today.

Giant whack-a-mole graphic courtesy of Grafix Avenger