The signs of Hoboken, Part II
Parking and transportation edition: Neighbors, businesses trade info on the street
by Caren Matzner
Reporter Editor
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TAKE MY BIKE, PART 1 – Ah, the young people of Hoboken. A resident of Washington Street left this bike out with an envelope so that the taker could name his or her price. The envelope was labeled, “Awesome bike dinner fund.”
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Part 2 in a series.

Parking is tough in the well-populated mile-square city of Hoboken. Some residents stick to their beloved bikes; others try to squeeze their cars in but have to dodge the Hoboken Parking Utility vans and tickets.

As with many other things in Hoboken, neighbors have found a way to speak out about this issue through hastily scrawled missives around town.
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Here are some signs that deal with transportation quirks.
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In an earlier installment of our photo series, we posted some of the nastier signs that expressed exasperation with neighbors (see the Oct. 7 cover story, posted at hudsonreporter.com). In this installment, we present signs that deal with local transportation quirks.

Watch for future installments about pets and more!

Caren Matzner can be reached at cmatzner@hudsonreporter.com
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