QLC kicked off a new series of public forums, called “Look, Listen, Act,” on August 19, 2009, with a presentation by Councilwoman Beth Mason on her plan for the northwest corner of Hoboken, above the 14th St. Viaduct, west of Park Ave.
The QLC hosted a “Look, Listen, Act” session at the St. Matthew’s Church community center to give the public a chance to learn more about Beth Mason’s proposal for the NW corner of town, above the 14th St. Viaduct, west of Park Ave.
Raul Morales Hoboken Rail Yards Statement In these tough economic times, the City of Hoboken needs to have smart economic development, which should include commercial, retail, residential, and open space. It should focus on creating new jobs and business opportunities, built with green technology to improve the quality of life. It should also include affordable [...]
Dave Mello: As Hoboken’s Master Plan states (page 129) when referencing the Hoboken Terminal, “Any new development should be limited in scale so as not to overwhelm historic Terminal buildings.” Thus far, what has been proposed for the terminal area is vastly out of scale with all of Hoboken, and would not only overwhelm the [...]
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