For the second time in six month, the Weehawken American Legion Post 18 in New Jersey hosted a naturalization ceremony with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to welcome 22 new citizens from 14 different countries.
An interview with Al Morales.
On Monday, U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) was in Hoboken to participate in a ribbon cutting for the American Legion when I had the opportunity to interview the Senator to learn the progress of the Gateway Tunnel project, which would be one of the country’s biggest infrastructure projects if it receives federal funding.
The report originally aired on Hudson County View.
On Saturday, June 9 the Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement walked for the third straight year from the Greenville neighborhood all the way to Lincoln Park to bring awareness to the plague of gun violence in the city. Here’s a segment while on assignment for Hudson County View.
While on assignment for Hudson County View, a U.S. Department of Transportation official said last week in Bayonne, New Jersey that both New Jersey and New York will have to pony up more money to fund a new passenger rail tunnel under the Hudson River because it is “essentially a local transit asset.”
On assignment for Hudson County View, www.hudsoncountyview.com, on Monday evening to live stream the Bayonne Zoning Board’s deliberations to authorized a settlement of $400,000 with the Bayonne Muslims, who last year sued the Board for denying them the application to build a community center on Bayonne’s East Side.
With the help of Buss Reports, Hudson County View’s publisher John Heinis and I produce Hudson County Review’s very first Facebook Live broadcast to discuss the previous week’s hottest political stories in rough and tumble Hudson County.