PAX07030
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April 19, 2015
After over a decade of mismanagement under Carmelo Garcia left the HHA a mess.
ScottSobel
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April 19, 2015
Apathy, and even a bit of schadenfreude, is completely understandable to me. I'm sorry you have had similar problems. What I don't understand personally, is the number of people speaking out in favor of this project who live far away and have nothing to gain or lose from it. In most development projects, the applicant speaks for the project and some concerned members of the community voice their objections. But, it's uncommon to have a large number of disinterested parties speaking in favor of a project.
ScottSobel
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April 19, 2015
Yes Adrienne. Many signed your petition. I am one of them. And then, you completely ignored us. You did not even let the signatories of your petition know that you were actually in negotiations with Stevens. Adrienne, you have done far more damage than good by making people think that Stevens worked with the community. But, where were the communications of when the meetings would be? Your petition stated that you were opposing the project. Many of us signed on with the hope that you would. But, you didn't oppose the project. Instead, you negotiated the size down by a whopping 5%. For those of us who must live in front of this monstrosity, you have not helped at all. As for the many members of the community who are now speaking in favor of this ill-conceived project, I challenge you to find one who live across the street from it. I hope that at future meetings of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, you will recognize that as someone who lives two blocks away, this basically doesn't affect you and perhaps you will at least stop speaking in favor of this project that still breaks a great many zoning laws.
D’AMICO, ANTONIO
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A funeral mass was offered April 15 at St. Anne’s Church, Jersey City, for Antonio D’Amico, 84. He passed away peacefully at home on April 11. He was born in Duronia, Italy and moved to Jersey City in 1966 with his family. He was the husband of the late Annita (Ricciuto); father of Michael D’Amico and his wife Rina, Domenica Borzellino; brother of Maria Morsella, Lilia Donato, Pasqualino D’Amico, Teresa Berardo and Incoronata Berardo; grandfather of Anthony, Joseph, Michael, David and Annita D’Amico and Angelo Borzellino. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Services arranged by the Riotto Funeral Home and Cremation Company, Jersey City.
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LIPSKA, HELEN A.
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A mass of Christian burial was offered April 11 at St. John the Baptist Church for Helen A. Lipska, 88, a lifelong Jersey City resident. She passed away at Hamilton Park Rehabilitation Center in Jersey City on April 7 after a short illness. Helen was a bookkeeper for Gumpert Manufacturing in Jersey City for forty years before retiring in 1981. She was an active and parishioner of both St. John the Baptist and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Churches. Helen was also an active member of the Grandview Apartment Association. Helen was always proud of the accomplishments of her nieces and nephews and loved spending time with them and with her friends. Helen was predeceased by her siblings, Victoria McDermott, Jean Ozimblo, Stanley, Joseph and Felix Lipski and nephew Anthony Lipski. She is survived by her nieces and nephews, Walter and Joanne Ozimblo, Stephen and Yraida Lipski; great nieces, Kelly and Kate Ozimblo and niece-in-law, Colleen “Terry” Lipski. Services arranged by the McLaughlin Funeral Home, 625 Jersey City.
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