6th ward Councilwoman Jen Giattino notes yesterday’s cleanup effort & catch basin problems

From the desk of Councilwoman Jen Giattino:

Greetings from Jen Giattino for City Council
Hello All,
Post storm clean up efforts have begun.  
This morning we had a very successful clean up of
Church Square Park. THANK YOU to all the volunteers
who came out to help.

My sincere thanks to all the residents of Hoboken.

Because of wonderful team efforts, we made it through Irene
and many of us even got to know our neighbors a little better.
A special thanks to the 6th warders who helped me out
personally and who helped others that were in need.
I am so grateful and proud to be part of such an
amazing community.
Garbage Information:
Garbage pickup will take place on Monday night
In addition, on Monday and Tuesday night the City
will pick up sandbags and damaged furniture or household
items that are placed on the curb.
Residents may also bring items (no construction material)
directly to the municipal garage. Dumpsters at the garage
will be available until 8pm every night until
Friday, September 2.
The entrance to the garage is on Willow Avenue between
Newark Street and Observer Highway.
Other helpful links – Compliments of City of Hoboken:
– More clean up info   CLICK HERE

– Mold prevention after flood  CLICK HERE

– To dispose of sand bags, call 201-420-2385.
   Provide your address, and the City will pick them up.



Talking Ed Note: If you know of a problem with any public catch basins you see clogged or backed up, note the location and which corner or house number they are nearest.
Contact NHSA Comissioner Tony Soares directly who will follow up with those who can address the matter as soon as possible

Tony Soares Commissioner NHSA

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