I am very excited to get all the feedback I can from the people of Hoboken and I would value your input to my campaign.  Please feel free to contact me about anything or ask any questions you may have.

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  • John Keegan
    Hello Tiffanie,

    So happy to learn of your victory to remain and be a voice on the City Council for 2nd Ward.

    Now that you and all the council members are still in position to be the voice of the people I have only one request.

    Please suggest to the council to rollback the single bag charge in Hoboken.

    Allow the businesses to operate with the understanding that Hoboken needs to change and adapt new policies to

    help reduce waste and environmental problems. But allow them to make the decision to charge or not charge for bags.

    From the start it was confusing as to what was being charged for bags. The big useless bags the city suggested are not used twice in most cases and now take up more space in my home then any other store product.

    Many stores have stopped charging while others still say they have to charge.

    Keep the environmental movement going but rollback the demand of charging to shop in Hoboken.

    I wish you and all the City Council several years of making Hoboken great again.

    Best Regards,

    John Keegan
  • Richard Green
    I want to thank you for your clear and concise message at Maxwell Place last week. Happy to support your candidacy. Appreciate your hard work over the past four years.
  • Robert Doyle
    Hello Ms. Fisher, My name is Robert Doyle with Sprinkler Fitters 696. We would like to donate to your campigan.

    Can you forward me a address and your tax EIN # so we can send you a donation. Thank you Robert Doyle
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  • James S
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  • Jeremy Weiner
    Hi Tiffany, Would love to see if there’s a way to address the constant illegal parking/standing outside Starbucks on 12/Hudson. It believe it creates a dangerous situation with the confusing intersection (2 way traffic east of Hudson, 1-way west of Hudson), shuttle busses, dogs, kids and strollers, and the fact there are almost always cars parked to run into Starbucks. Everyone needs their coffee, but maybe our neighbors could grab their cup before getting on the road…

    Thanks for your consideration of the request!

  • Barbara Lynch
    I live on Mountain Rd. in Union City. For the second night in a row, the noise from the repair of the Park Ave bridge is so loud — at 11PM! — I am unable to sleep. I appreciate you need to work at night BUT NOT after 9pm. Also why was there no public hearings about this project or the unbearable noise residents would be subjected to?

    I am hoping to get the personal phone numbers of the Hudson County Freeholders so affected residents can begin call their homes at 3am daily.
  • Joe Amabile
    You said to be aware of voter irregularities in the senior residences. Do you

    Agree with Donald trump that election results can be rigged?
  • Nedenia Dender
    Just curious to know what happened to the stop sign at the corner of 2 Constituion Court in the shipyard?
  • Michelle Sager
    Hi Tiffanie, I’ve been following your Facebook updates on traffic due to the Park St. bridge construction. We were heading up to Ft. Lee mid morning today and at 14th & Park, saw one officer directing traffic , 3 others over in the shade chatting. When we got to Willow, at 15th, I believe, there were 3 officers, all standing under a tree, talking and laughing. Once we got into Weehawken, we found their officers doing the same thing on that side of the bridge. Coming home, we took the back road which goes under the bridge and past the soccer fields. There was a car with an officer in it blocking the northbound lane of the bridge, as it should have been. Traffic was backing up at the light there on the south side of the bridge, both with bridge traffic and the others who, like us, had taken the other route. All of us sitting a a red light for no reason, including waiting while the light was green for traffic on the street at the south end of the soccer field. Of course, that street is blocked off, so there was no traffic and absolutely no excuse for an officer not to be there keeping us moving along. He chose to sit in his vehicle. Lots of officers on duty, not many of them working, very disappointing……..
  • Adam Kramer

    My name is Adam Kramer and I’m an owner in the shipyard. Car speed on Frank Sinatra blvd is very dangerous. There are no speed limit signs or yield for pedestrian signs located anywhere on the street. 2-3 weeks ago a cyclist was hit in the crosswalk. I attended a meeting with the chief of police and the mayor, both agreed that there was a problem, but neither had any solutions. I’ve reached out to the county and received nothing. The opening of Pier 14 is right around the corner and something needs to be done to protect Hobokens citizens. It’s very simple: yield signs in all of the crosswalks on Frank Sinatra Blvd and a couple of speed limit signs. This needs to be done before it’s too late…
  • Sean Mchugh
    Hi Tiffany, my name is Sean from Grimaldi’s Pizzeria in Hoboken. We have been doing business in Hoboken for 21 years. I am emailing you regarding the re-development of Washington St. The work being proposed for the most part is great but we have grave concerns about the bike lanes and pedestrians.

    With only 1 lane for traffic there will be major congestion every time a car makes a left turn off Washington st. or has to park, all traffic has to stop. Customers frequently drop off family members, children or elderly and then move on to look for parking. Many times we have to drop off goods needed, with this new proposal none of this will be possible therefore severely damaging our business. People can’t pick up any more. Delivery trucks as it is don’t want to come to Hoboken. They will not wait for the loading zones to free up. We are very concerned that if these bike lanes go ahead our business will drastically fall off. This is our lively hood and that of 2 of our sons. We are very worried.

    I am a biker and sharing the sidewalk with pedestrians is dangerous.

    Bikes having to stop to let people off the bus to cross is also very dangerous.

    The sidewalk bumping out for pedestrians and strollers means people have to stand in the bike lane to cross.

    According to T&M we will lose 3% of all parking, which is about 150 spaces on Washington St.

    These are only a few of the issues we see with the proposed bike lanes.

    We hope you take all of these concerns into consideration and that you will vote no for the bike lanes.

    Thank you

    Sean & Bernadette

    Grimaldi’s 411 Washington St.
  • Elizabeth Glatt
    Hi Tiffany. I live on castle point terrace and was just told by neighbor that his call regarding lack of snow plowing was due to the fact that we are a private street. Maybe you can look into this
  • Sean Kron
    Dear Tiffanie,

    The Rebuild by Design Program proposals put forth all promote the inclusion of WALLS in various locations throughout Hoboken with three of the proposals diverting flood waters into densely populated communities. I am all for protecting the Hoboken/Weehawken communities from flooding but NOT at the expense of INTENTIONALLY “sacrificing” the homes and business of any members of the Hoboken/Weehawken/Jersey City community. It is reprehensible that anyone involved in this process would think that was an acceptable outcome. All of the proposed concepts should subscribe to the underlying principle of DO NO HARM – which Concepts A, B and E clearly ignore. The $230M grant should be used to improve a community but NEVER at the expense of the members of that and surrounding communities. I fully support the Delay, Store and Discharge elements – as do my neighbors. But the Resist proposals are poorly thought out and would do irreparable harm. As my 2nd Ward representative I want you to be aware of my position and look forward to hearing your voice that these proposals are outrageous.
  • Barbara Meyer
    I am over the moon about your decision to run for Councilwoman! Please let me know what I can do! I’m retired and I have the time!
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