Much to discuss in politics this week as Hoboken’s first Sikh mayor announces a five-member council team to oust his opponents. The broadcast first appeared on Hudson County View.
Once again, on assignment for Hudson County View where Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla is seeking to overthrow his political opponents on the city council.
From the Hudson Media Group’s New Jersey studio, I and John Heinis discuss the week’s most pressing news events.
Two days before the mid-term elections, Hudson County elected officials and U.S. Senator Cory Booker campaigned for incumbent U.S. Senator Bob Menendez in both Hoboken and Jersey City. The following report first appeared on Hudson County View.
John Heinis of Hudson County View and I discuss the week’s local stories, as well as national politics in relation to the Democrats’ strategy to retake the House in November. Ms. Mikie Sherril is running for a House seat in NJ’s District 11; will her candidacy be ultimately helped or hurt by the nomination of Democratic Socialists such as Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez in New York?
At the Stevens Institute of Technology, the Hoboken Police Department paid tribute to over 50 police officers with a variety of awards for exceptional service, as well as for saving lives. Again, on assignment for Hudson County View, the following video segment captures the highlights of the ceremony.
The Hoboken City Council voted on Thursday evening to acquire property currently owned by a ferry operator to complete a walking path along the waterfront. But the chairman of NY Waterway vowed that the company will fight to retain its property to construct a ferry maintenance facility, maintaining that any other location will require passing on additional costs to ferry commuters.