Categories: Hoboken Condos
I know we are all focused on the upcoming Presidential race, as we should be, but there is more on the ballot for Hobokenites. The School Board is up for grabs. As we are a community with so many children, you would think locals would pay more attention to this. Yet, in the many years I’ve volunteered to work for political campaigns, more often than not, when asking residents if they are registered to vote in Hoboken, the answer is “no”. People move here thinking Hoboken is just a temporary stop along the way and don’t bother to take an interest in local issues. Elections in Hoboken are frequently decided by a handful of votes. It’s truly shameful. Your property value is directly affected by the quality of Hoboken schools. Our High School is consistently rated one of the worst in the State of New Jersey. Once again, the stakes here are huge.
If you own property in Hoboken, pay your share of property tax in Hoboken, send your kids to school in Hoboken, you might want to
and educate yourselves on the current options for of School Board candidates. I don’t pretend to be an expert in education and we don’t have kids in the school district as we don’t have kids. Yet, I’ve made my decision as to what is best for Hoboken and urge you to support continued progress.
VOTE: 1 2 4 for Hoboken School Board
We’ve made too much progress in Hoboken to go back to darker times.