Boggiano rips critics after council votes down public speaking ordinance

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After weeks of controversy, the Jersey City Council voted down a proposed ordinance which would have limited public speaking at council meetings.

On a final vote of 0-6, with Councilmen Boggiano, Gajewski, and Yun choosing to abstain, the Jersey City Council voted down a proposed ordinance which would have limited public speaking at council meetings.

After a motion by Councilwomen Coleman and Watterman to table the resolution failed, one-by-one Jersey City’s political activists spoke out against the resolution.

Council meeting gadfly Jayson Burg, a former Ward A Council Candidate, offered a ‘heil hitler’ salute to the council members voting against tabling the resolution.

Councilman Boggiano wasn’t shy responding to his critics, stating why he introduced the ordinance in the first place.

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