City Council Special meeting Sunday moved to 6:00 PM
UPDATE: Mayor Zimmer will be holding a press conference this morning at Hoboken University Medical Center. MSV will be covering it.
The City Council special meeting this Sunday concerning the urgent matter of the Hoboken University Medical Center will be held Sunday evening in City Council Chambers at 6:00 in the evening.
The meeting had earlier been planned for Sunday 9:00 am.
|Timmy the voting zombie Occhipinti votes mindlessly as a zombie. He takes no responsibility for the impact of his votes be it to City workers or the Hoboken University Medical Center. He’s been “educated” in the Russo school of politics where it’s all politics all the time and lying to the public’s face is standard practice. How will he explain his vote on Sunday after he’s already jeopardized both City workers and the hospital in less than a month for no good reason. In fact, like a zombie – no reason at all.|
MSV does not normally urge people to come out to meetings. While we think its important for civic participation to vote and at least see one or two meetings in person to obtain true clarity on what is transpiring in our mile square, this meeting may be the most important for the City Council in years.
The stakes could not be higher. The hospital sale scheduled for transaction Wednesday is now in an open ended 20 day situation with next to no funds to operate. The City Council will again have an opportunity to remove that jeopardy and allow the sale to close.
The Council members responsible for this needless blockage of Hoboken’s hospital are:
Michael Russo, Beth Mason, Terry Castellano and Tim Occhipinti.
They need to be made accountable. They need to be held accountable.
Your homes are now at stake, not just the hospital. If you have never spoken your mind, now is certainly the time to do so. Although it’s the weekend, there’s a lot more weighing in the balance than that one day.
Talking Ed Note: MORTe is intentionally destroying the economic freedoms of this town by putting the City and the hospital in a continuous state of jeopardy.
Your liberties are at stake as without economic liberty no other may be enjoyed.