Dear friends and neighbors:
Tuesday, June 19th from 730am-9am at Choco Pain at 15th and Washington.
COFFEE WITH A COP RETURNS TO THE 2nd WARD (BUT ALL INVITED)!
Please join me as I host Mayor Bhalla, Hoboken Police Chief Ferrante, Captain Campbell, Lieutenant Miskulin, Sergeant Butler and Officer Montalvo on Tuesday morning for a great conversation and a cup of coffee and a delicious pastry from new to the 2nd Ward Choc O Pain Bakery.
Come to discuss any and all public safety concerns you may have and / or thank our Hoboken Police for all that they do to ensure our safety. Based upon feedback from last year's event at La Isla, we made it earlier this time at 730am (it started at 830 last time) so that you can stop by on your way to work or before or after taking your children to school. As a council member, I would say that the number one issue I hear about the most are safety related concerns. So if any of the following (or others) are areas where you have questions and / or would like to know more, please join us!
- safety and traffic enforcement at our intersections and cross walks
- bicycle and pedestrian safety on our streets and sidewalks
- package thefts
- parking garage thefts
- how they see and are handling our local opiod issues
- the state of those homeless in our community
- safe installation of car seats (a service HPD do that many do not know about)
At the same time, I also hear people tell me how lucky and how secure they feel in our community. And this is because of our many public safety teams and in particular our Hoboken Police. So even if you don't have any immediate concerns, please also join us to say hello, meet our Police Chief, introduce your children, or to just say thank you for keeping us all safe.
And as always, if you have any questions or want to discuss this or anything else, please feel free to call me at 201/208-1674. Please also forward to anyone you know who might like to learn about this or other important updates!
Hoboken City Council, 2nd Ward
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