As a resident of Jersey City, I am deeply concerned about the recent announcement that Mayor Steven Fulop will be appointing members to the city’s cannabis board without any input from the community. Even the City Council also had to rush the approval process for certain individuals, which is not suitable for such an important […]
Were charges lodged against Ward E Councilman James Solomon last week political payback? It sure looks that way. On Sunday Hudson County View and New Jersey Globe received a tip. Solomon had been hit with three summonses after damaging another car while parallel parking. Apparently, Solomon was out with his kids last Friday when he […]
Bravo Tris! Great piece on the concocted mega egomaniac project, unmitigated economic disaster, and monumental failure of imagination known as The Pompidou Center. To this list I would add stunning cowardice. If Jersey City is such a desirable and coveted location for billionaires and developers, could not the mayor and his rubber stamp municipal council […]
I have a problem with this share ride company and some of their drivers. I’m a senior citizen but still go to work Monday through Thursday. Via was created after the removal of several vital bus lines like the #4 bus going through Lafayette into Greenville serving also rides to the Newport Mall. I live in Lafayette […]
I am a working mom, a homeowner, and a Jersey City resident. With the Jersey City Board of Education elections coming up- I find myself increasingly concerned about some of the messaging coming from candidates running for BOE Trustee positions. The BOE elections and candidate platforms tend to not focus on the needs of the […]
By James Solomon Jersey City’s 2022 budget is unacceptable. It raises taxes while slashing critical programs, and it is months overdue—a clear indication of the failure of this entire process.To prevent future failures, it is crucial to outline how this happened and what we can do to prevent it from happening again. The first issue […]
“We are deeply troubled by the recent resolutions slammed through by the Hoboken and Jersey City municipal councils that oppose the desperately needed widening of the New Jersey Turnpike extension.”
Councilwoman DeGise will be forgiven, but she can’t be an effective legislator knowing that she violated the public trust.
Given this criminal behavior and blatant disregard for the health and well-being of her constituents as well as the damage to the credibility of her office, we believe Councilwoman DeGise has demonstrated herself unfit for the office she serves.
Jersey City should be proud of the original and striking Katyn Massacre monument, not seek to diminish its message of freedom and its price.