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Hoboken council to consider allowing 3rd quarter tax bill to show...

The Hoboken City Council will consider allowing residents' third quarter tax bill to show a five percent tax increase, according to council documents made...

Hoboken council to vote on public official salary cuts, axing Office...

The Hoboken City Council is set to vote on a few budget saving measures in light of municipal employees pushing back against layoffs, including...

After motion to table fails, Hoboken advances Western Edge Redevelopment Plan

After a motion to table failed, the Hoboken City Council advanced the latest version of the Western Edge Redevelopment Plan, though the timing of...

LETTER: Hoboken mayor should’ve acted sooner, swifter to help seniors combat...

In a letter to the editor, Hoboken 2nd Ward Councilwoman Tiffanie Fisher says Mayor Ravi Bhalla should've acted sooner and swifter to help the...

As budget woes continue, Hoboken narrowly votes to up business district...

Still in the midst of preparing for a multi-million dollar budget shortfall, the Hoboken City Council narrowly voted to increase parking fees for the...

Hoboken budget: health benefits, labors contracts, & new revenues will impact...

The costs of the City of Hoboken's healthcare benefits plan, six labor union contract agreements, and generating new revenues are a few of the...

Projected $7M budget deficit could equate to 80 layoffs in Hoboken,...

An early projected budget deficit of $7 million for the upcoming fiscal year could potentially equate to 80 layoffs among municipal employees, Hoboken Business...

Hoboken City Council approves $1.3M budget for citywide special improvement district

The Hoboken City Council voted overwhelmingly to approve a $1.3 million budget for a special improvement district citywide, to the chagrin of 3rd Ward...

Hoboken introduces $1.3 million budget for newly created special improvement district

The Hoboken City Council introduced a $1.3 million budget for its citywide special improvement district, which would establish an assessment on business and property...

Despite remarkably peaceful Election Day, Hoboken voter turnout up about 10%...

While Election Day was remarkably peaceful in Hoboken on Tuesday, voter turnout was actually up about 10 percent from the city council races from...
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