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Mayor calls for special meeting for Thursday, budget peril looms

The City Clerk’s Office announced:

Monday, April 22, 2013

Via Hand Delivery

City Clerk James Farina
94 Washington Street
Hoboken, New Jersey 07030


Dear City Clerk Farina:

Please be advised that as the Mayor of the City of Hoboken, I hereby call a Special Meeting for
the purpose of conducting a Special Meeting of the Governing Body for
Thursday, April 25,
2013
to commence at 7:00 PM in the City Council Chambers, 94 Washington Street, First Floor,
Hoboken, New Jersey, for the following purposes:

  1. RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF HOBOKEN, IN THE COUNTY OF HUDSON, NEW JERSEY,
    AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF SPECIAL EMERGENCY NOTES OF THE
    CITY OF HOBOKEN IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF UP TO $700,000;
    MAKING CERTAIN COVENANTS TO EFFECT AND MAINTAIN THE EXEMPTION OF
    INTEREST ON SAID NOTES FROM FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION; AND AUTHORIZING
    SUCH FURTHER ACTIONS AND MAKING SUCH DETERMINATIONS AS MAY BE
    NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE TO EFFECTUATE THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE
    NOTES


  2. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY TEMPORARY APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE
    CY 2013 BUDGET

No other matters unrelated to the above may be discussed, introduced, considered or acted upon
at this meeting. Action on the foregoing items may be taken at the meeting. Please notice this
meeting in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act
N.J.S.A. 10:4-6. Please ensure that
all City Council members receive adequate notice of this correspondence.



cc: Quentin Wiest, Business Administrator
Mellissa Longo Esq., Corporation Counsel

Very truly yours,
//s//

Dawn Zimmer
Mayor 



Union City Mayor Brian Stack (c) has not shown much of a neighborly relationship with next door Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer.  
He however went out of his way to aid Old Guard Boss Michele Russo for a job there with benefits.
This photo is from  outside the Elk’s Club with the arrival of Gov. Chris Christie after Hurricane Sandy.

Talking Ed Note: Will update on details when available but the odds of approval on the request are not looking very good.  After all, what’s the point of suspending a seat (Jim Doyle’s) into legal appeals if you don’t use the opportunity to do more harm to Hoboken and of course the mayor?


Do you think Michele Russo who has been making recent appearance arounds town at the HHA, the Board of Ed and the City Council meetings won’t want to show who’s boss?  She must be very unhappy with reforms in Hoboken not to mention she lost her free illicit health benefits along with her husband Anthony Russo in 2011.

Union City Mayor Brian Stack came to the rescue and put Michele Russo (and her husband) on the Union City BoE payroll.


Yesterday, Stack via a spokesman is quoted as being confident in the Carmelo Garcia appeal.  Here’s a Jersey Journal Augism: if Stack is so confident to see Judge Bariso’s decision overturned, why didn’t he even issue a one sentence statement in his own name saying so?

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