HUDSON COUNTY – There’s lots of detailed stories you haven’t read anywhere else in the various editions of the Hudson Reporter newspapers this week.
You can pick up your print edition around town this weekend, or come back to this website starting Sunday and scroll down your town’s page to read the stories.
In Hoboken, the City Council has passed a resolution that lessens its power to acquire land for rehabilitating the Southwest Development area, but plans to keep the right to condemn property for new parks. The Board of Education’s refusal to support a new charter school application has not discouraged proponents for the school. And you can read all about Shop Hoboken, a city-wide opportunity for savings and great bargains coming up the weekend of June 9-10.
Hearings in Jersey City will be held this week so the public can sound off about the sale of Christ Hospital, a nonprofit facility, to for-profit operators. Responses to the FERCO approval of the Spectra gas pipeline are now in. We have an in-depth report on the impact that requiring affordable housing has on developer’s ability to raise construction financing, as well as a profile of the Silverman brothers, developers who are major art patrons and who believe in building community as well as housing.
In the North Bergen Reporter, Mayor, Senator and school administrator Nick Sacco answers those who have criticized the amount of the accrued benefits payout he may be entitled to, and we have the latest on when the road repairs that have traffic jammed and motorists fuming might actually be over.
In our West New York/Union City paper, we report on a memorial that has been unveiled commemorating police officers fallen in the line of duty, and a young woman who has written an inspirational book.
Secaucus is trying to decide whether to keep or end their high school media academies, challenging curricula that give students early career preparation. And the eco-tourism season has begun on the Hackensack River, with lots of activities for you and the family.
All this, plus Jim Hague’s sports reporting and the always-provocative Al Sullivan’s ‘Between The Lines.’
So pick up a copy of your town’s edition of the Hudson Reporter newspapers and read more about what’s happening in your town than you’ll find anywhere else.