Dog do, the budget, zoning, and the Loews
Jul 20, 2014 | 1469 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Dear Editor:

Summer is here and we are all enjoying the warm weather. I have to strongly agree with the anonymous reader that advocated the golden rule. The one thing that bothers me is when I see dog poop around, I always tell myself that the person that owns that dog is not fit to be a dog owner. My husband does not like dogs barking for a long time. I hope each one of us obeys the golden rule every time.

I know of the "Friends of Loews" struggle to keep this iconic theater serve the community and I am very disappointed with Jersey City Mayor Fulop. I did sign the petition and informed my friends and family about it. I hope and pray for their success.

The 14th Street Viaduct Bridge is finally open, too bad the proposed mix-used complex was rejected by the Zoning Board. I am glad that Carol Marsh is in the Zoning Board now and I hope she runs for mayor again.

The troubles at the Hoboken Housing Authority is not doing anyone any good and I hope it can be resolved soon.

Too bad the tax burden for Hoboken after the $512m county budget was passed is not what I hoped for; maybe it is time to look at the formula being used to arrive at the taxes each city ends up paying. I think it needs to be revised. These are just some of the issues that I am thinking of while I try to enjoy the summer season. Have a wonderful summer, everyone!

Respectfully yours,

Maria Theresa L. Rivera-Bartletta

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