Bayonne Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, a declared mayoral challenger, will host her first in a series of community meetings at the end of the month.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
The meeting will be held at Kuhl’s Tavern, 53 Prospect Ave., on February 28th at 7 p.m. The goal is to solicit feedback and concerns from residents as it relates to City Hall.
“I have never been about just words, but action. If I say something, I’m going to do it. It’s time to hear what the neighborhood is going through, and I do not have to wait till I’m your next mayor. I am going to start now,” she said in a statement.
“As council president, I have been listening to the public speak at meetings for over seven years and, I have been hearing the mounting frustration of our neighbors. We need to have real dialogue between city hall and residents. I welcome the opportunity to have real input from residents.”
Nadrowski has not named her five running mates yet, though with 2nd Ward Councilman Sal Gullace not seeking re-election, Kevin Kuhl, the owner of Kuhl’s Tavern, could be a viable option – losing to the incumbent by less than a 100 votes in 2018.
The non-partisan Bayonne municipal elections are on May 10th.