Waterfront meeting tonight, Western Edge, and a shadowy developer group

Councilman Peter Cunningham sent this email out last night and it’s notable for the heads up on the revisited Western Edge meetings in December and tonight’s waterfront meeting:

Good evening everybody,

This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow night the Mayor will host a community meeting with regards to our waterfront infrastructure issues.  Please attend if you can. 

I will also be announcing in the next day or so the first set of community workshop meetings on Western Edge Redevelopment.  Those meetings will be held the week of December 6th.

Stay tuned…
On Monday, November 22nd, Mayor Dawn Zimmer will host the second community meeting to discuss waterfront infrastructure issues and concerns with residents. The meeting will take place from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson Street. Mayor Zimmer will also be available afterwards to talk with residents and answer questions about any other issues of concern.
Residents who have questions but are unable to attend may email
Talking Ed Note: The shadowy developer group “Citizens for Sensible Growth,” after some very odd telephone polling in early October during the fourth ward special election made a public appearance of sorts at the swearing in ceremony of Tim Occhipinti.
A horde of young people were seen wearing their stickers and appeared to be there in support of the new councilman Tim Occhipinti.  As we noted the strangeness of them assembled and the stickers and before questions could be asked about their presence, some signal was made and just like that, poof – they just all got up and left.
Kurt Gardiner at the Hoboken Journal was actually someone among those who were hit with a telephone poll from this developer outfit.  His story on it linked here:
All the worst concerns about Tim “personal integrity” Occhipinti are coming to pass with his campaign now being reviewed for numerous criminal referrals at the State Attorney General’s office and this show of force from a shadowy developer group at his swearing in.

Last, this is ELEC day, so later this week, more of “Tim’s Truth,” will be revealed.

Frank Raia (c) found himself like others surrounded by a horde of shadowy developer zombies with the oddly named group, “Citizens for Sensible Growth.”  How much do you wanna bet “they” are against the Western Edge development plan?  They have something more profitable in mind no doubt.

A group of wandering zombie developer types wore these stickers
at the last City Council meeting

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