Year: 2014

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MSV: now over 3,000,000 served. Thanks Hoboken!

In a little over four years, this website originally set out to give back to the town for a few months in the summer of 2009 leading into the November election.  Deeming the work “the experiment” there was no contemplation the Mile Square laboratory would go much further.

Da Horsey had no idea MSV would land up becoming the biggest website covering Hoboken government, politics and corruption. It’s been no small surprise the site has also generated the most comments in the Hoboken blogosphere with no censorship, Masonista sponsored or otherwise. Read More...

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Report: Angel Alicea jury adds $625,000 in punitive damages in City discrimination suit

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Hudson County TV’s John Heinis who covered the Angel Alicea discrimination trial is reporting a Jersey City jury in Hudson County Superior Court yesterday added to the cost against the City of Hoboken – now totaling over seven figures!

In the exclusive report, HCTV writes,

Ex-Hoboken Official Angel Alicea awarded $625,000 in punitive damages. A jury in Hudson County Superior Court ruled that Alicea should receive $625,000 in punitive damage, in addition to the $440,000 they awarded Alicea two weeks ago….”


Mayor Dawn Zimmer issued a statement to Hudson County TV stating: Read More...

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Snowboken prepares for noon inauguration Saturday at Steven DeBaun Auditorium amidst dozens of state and county elected officials

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Tomorrow at noon the bells will toll or at least the ceremony to inaugurate Mayor Dawn Zimmer and her council slate of Ravi Bhalla, Dave Mello and Jim Doyle.

The Stevens Institute of Technology is hosting the ceremony at the DeBaun Auditorium at 5th and Hudson Street, 12:00 noon.

The list of elected officials will be long and featured among them both NJ Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker, Congressman William J. Pascrell, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop along with:

NJ Assembly and Chair of the Hudson County Democratic Organization Vincent Prieto
Hudson County Executive Thomas DeGise
All the Hudson County Freeholders
All State Senate and State Assembly Hudson County elected officeholders Read More...

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It’s official: Hoboken welcome your new Councilman Jim Doyle

A public ceremony is scheduled this Saturday at Stevens with political glitterati aplenty expected to attend the inauguration of Mayor Dawn Zimmer and council members Ravi Bhalla, Dave Mello and Jim Doyle.

According to an unconfirmed report, Jim Doyle has been sworn-in and now constitutes an important vote on the City Council filling the ninth seat empty for more than a year when the Mason family underwrote an estimated six figures (or more) to stop his original appointment more than a year ago.

The protracted legal wrangling might have reached the NJ Supreme Court but the clock ran out and Hoboken People promptly put Doyle right back on the council for a four year term in the Reform sweep last November. Read More...

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City announces climate change news re: snow, garage and “warming center”

City of Hoboken announces:

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A winter storm is currently forecast to impact our area on Thursday and Friday. According to the National Weather Service, at least 6 inches of snow is possible and strong winds will result in blowing and drifting of snow with wind chills of 5 to 15 degrees below zero. The City of Hoboken is preparing for the storm and is spreading salt brine on streets in anticipation of snow. Read More...

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Happy New Year!

Old Acquaintance be forgot?

If you’re wondering, last year was year of the snake so on the whole it went well for snakes and looked good for the slithering belly crawlers, sell outs, back stabbers, pathological liars, self-absorbed morally depraved and corrupt of every stripe, at least in Hoboken.  Then before years end, it all started imploding.

Enter the Year of the Horse.

Horses don’t do resolutions and in fact they are way overrated.  However resolve is not, so if you are of sound mind and body on this good day, feel free to share your resolve for 2014. Read More...