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It has been a privilege and an honor to represent you on the City Council and I’m excited to be running for re-election. Fortunately, with your help, I’ve helped to advocate as your Councilman for major quality of life upgrades that have made our neighborhood the best place to live in Hoboken. One of the things I’m most proud to have fought for is the addition of a major piece of open space in Hoboken at 7th and Jackson. As a member of the Council sub-committee, I helped negotiate critical parts of the redevelopment deal that provided for the unprecedented givebacks from the developer of two acres of parkland, a new public plaza (opening soon!), gymnasium, and more. This was a major win for our community, and I’m thankful to have played an important role in moving it forward. Last year, when Mayor Bhalla came into office, I asked him to prioritize a badly needed renovation to Madison Street Park. Fast forward a year and a half, and together we made it a reality. Our new park is beautiful and has new park equipment and modernized space for our children to enjoy. On the Council, I’ve successfully fought for adding more third ward roads to be paved over the past two years than ever before, approved a new contract with SUEZ to upgrade our water mains, and partnered with both my council colleagues and the Mayor to move the acquisition of Union Dry Dock forward. We’ve fought for an agreement with the owners of Clock Towers, so our residents can live with dignity and respect. We’ve made important pedestrian safety upgrades, including new stop signs at 7th & 9th Monroe, 3rd & Madison, and so much more – the list goes on. I know there is so much more that can be done in the years ahead, and I want to continue this journey in the City that I grew up in. I believe the best of our City is to come in the years ahead, and I look forward to continuing my public service for Hoboken. I hope my record of fighting for our Ward has earned your trust and vote as I run for re-election on November 5th.

 

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