The city of Hoboken hosted a 9/11 interfaith ceremony at the scenic Pier A, where the Twin Towers memorial could be seen in the distance. Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer spoke candidly with Hudson County View on what the date means to her and the Mile Square City.
The well-attended, roughly 45-minute interfaith ceremony, saw the Hoboken color guard, boy scouts, police department get involved.
Rabbis and Priests led prayers, songs and psalms to commemorate the lives lost back in 2001.
District 5, which encompasses Hoboken and the Jersey City Heights, Freeholder Anthony Romano led off the reading of the 56 Hoboken residents who lost their lives in the 9/11 tragedy.