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9-11 Service back up, State of Emergency lifted

City of Hoboken announces:

911 SERVICE RESTORED; HOBOKEN STATE OF EMERGENCY LIFTED
The 911 service is back in service. Thank you to Verizon and Hudson County for working to restore the system.
The Zimmer Administration has lifted the state of emergency for Hoboken. The state of emergency has also been cancelled for the State of New Jersey.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer thanks all Hoboken residents who volunteered to help their neighbors during the storm.
As residents dig out their cars, they are reminded not to shovel the snow back onto streets or fire hydrants. Residents and business owners are also reminded to clear a path along the sidewalk in front of their properties.
Reduced rate garage parking has been extended. Residents parked in Garages B (28 2nd Street) and D (215 Hudson Street) may remain there until Wednesday, 8am for the same $5 rate.
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