anonymous
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May 24, 2015
County taxes are out of control!! Freeholder Romano what are you going to do about getting hudson county taxes lower for hoboken residents? You need to do a better job in controlling county taxes like mayor Zimmer has done for the city of hoboken. Not only is the 11 % increase unacceptable but our share needs to start going down! How do you see yourself running for mayor of hoboken when you have been unable to reduce hoboken's share of county taxes? Let's be honest, no one in today's world is voting for someone who was part of an increase in taxes for the residents of hoboken and that would be you!
Tottenhamwins
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May 24, 2015
The New York City study example is a very poor example when applied to Hoboken. For starters, most major roads in New York with dedicated and physically separated bike lanes are multilane roads. Secondly, anyone traveling around NYC by car will tell you that the narrower the road, the more double parked cars, trucks and buses creates gridlock. Washington is bad enough now for cars/buses. Do we really want to make it worse? The 126 bus commute will be a nightmare if the city narrows Washington.
ALTOMARE, JULIA
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A funeral mass was offered May 20 at St. Francis R.C. Church, Hoboken, for Julia Altomare, 92, of Hoboken. She passed away at home surrounded by her children on May 16. Born in Molfetta, Italy, Julia was married to Morris (Mauro) Altomare for 58 years prior to his passing in 2005. Her former husband Vincent Azzolini was killed in action in Okinawa during World War II after only an eleven month marriage. A retired seamstress with various coat companies in New York City and Hoboken, Julia was a parishioner of St. Francis Church where she was a member of the Madonna Dei Martri Ladies Society. Mrs. Altomare came to Hoboken in 1935 from Italy and was a resident until her death. Julia was the mother of Phyllis Truglio and her husband Alex, Vickie (Procaccino) Polansky and her husband Frank, and Anthony Altomare and his wife Laurie. Also surviving are her grandchildren Colette Camisa, Julie Scott, Josephine Truglio, Amanda Prunty, Alyssa Procaccino, Katie Altomare and Nicholas Polansky. Eleven great grandchildren also survive her with a host of nieces and nephews. Julia was predeceased by a sister Antoinetta Magarelli and a brother Joseph Giancaspro. Services arranged by the Failla Funeral Home, Hoboken.
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CARACCIO, FRANK A.
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A funeral mass was offered May 15 at St. Joseph’s of the Palisades Church, West New York, for Frank A. Caraccio, 78, of West New York. He passed away May 11. Frank was a retired police sergeant of the West New York Police Department. He was the husband of Jeanette Caraccio; father of Peter, Anthony, Steven and his wife Nancy, Frank and his wife Jean, Michael and his wife Susan, Thomas and Robert Caraccio, grandfather of 13 grandchildren. Services arranged by the Vainieri Funeral Home, North Bergen.
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COLANTINO, MARY ISABELLE
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A funeral mass took place May 16 at St. Joseph of the Palisades Church for Mary Isabelle Colantino, 79, of Weehawken. She passed away May 13. She was born in Brooklyn, and lived for over 50 years in Weehawken. Mary was an in-take coordinator for the Department of Labor in Jersey City for over 15 years. She was a member for the Weehawken Senior Citizens Club, Weehawken Women’s Club, Work force 59 as well as a long time lector for St. Joseph of the Palisades Parish. She was the wife of the late Felix Colantino. She was the mother of Nicholas Colantino and wife Renee, Amy Picone and husband Steven, Thomas Colantino and wife Rosemary, Felix Colantino, Stephan Colantino and wife Megan and the late Marianne Lambiase. Mary was the sister of Ella Ferriera as well as the grandmother of 15 grand and three great grandchildren. Services arranged by the Leber Funeral Home, Union City.
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