Month: March 2019



Official release:

  Dear friends and neighbors: This is a CALL TO ACTION for all of you who want to protect our waterfront from being industrialized or developed.   

  • Join our Save our Waterfront March this Saturday at 10am.
  • Contact your elected officials and tell them how important our waterfront is to you.
  • Stay connected and updated on protecting Hoboken’s waterfront.
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    City Council: on tap – more regulation on housing and more big raises in the mayor’s office?

    On the agenda at this evening’s City Council meeting, numerous items on housing, marijuana, and talk of more big raises in the mayor’s office. The last is unclear as it doesn’t appear to be on the agenda per the City website.

    On housing, there is this undefined “increase (for) the set-aside percentage of affordable housing units.” It sounds like a new regulation beyond the 10% set-aside on new development over 10 units. Was there a study on the economic/tax impact? What has been the impact in the previous set-aside action? The resolution appears below. Read More...


    “The Feds are everywhere”

     On Election Day 2013 in Hoboken, this news website reported another exclusive surrounding alleged voter fraud activities going back to 2010. The Department of Justice oversaw voting activities in the Mile Square City. Much like a third world country with election monitors, inconsistencies would occur.

    Flash forward to 2018 and the FBI, under new management in Newark under US Attorney Craig Carpenito did the unthinkable. Well, unthinkable by Hoboken standards where voting fraud is one of its “traditions” making it “special.”  Three arrests and indictments for alleged voter fraud-related crimes are accounted for in the 2013 election: Liz “the Church Lady” Camis who pled guilty and later Dio Braxton and Frank “Pupie” Raia. The criminal case and FBI investigation continue with Pupie’s lawyer trying to sever his ties and case to Braxton while demanding all witnesses prematurely before trial. Another arrest from the uptown senior building Fox Hill Gardens followed, this time for the Hoboken 2015 election. The flood gates are open and this time Hoboken may be rocked harder than Hurricane Sandy.
    Frank “Pupie” Raia with his cohort Beth Mason enjoying better days leading into the
    Hoboken 2013 election when they managed one of the slates in the mayoral election.
    The Pupster was popped for allegedly buying votes using Vote-by-Mail ballots.
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