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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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  • Mike Kus
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  • Roberto Verthelyi
    Hi Tiffanie,

    I am all for changes to the CRB and applaud the new ordinances but if the mayor doesn’t sign them on time and all the applications are grandfathered isn’t it all moot?
  • Sean Yelle
    Hi Tiffanie,


    I read your missive about the conversion of the old Hudson Tavern into a recreational cannabis location. I appreciate the concerns that exist, but I also find the tenor of the conversation to be unbalanced. I live in Ward 2 and agree that I don’t want Hoboken to devolve into some lawless anarchy, but I really don’t think that has any connection to recreational cannabis which was overwhelmingly approved in the 2020 election period.


    I’m in support of a recreational cannabis dispensary in Ward 2. I understand that people may be concerned about the smell of consumption on the premises may impact the residential locations directly touching the dispensary, but that feels like a burden you must place on the dispensary owners to have appropriate ventilation and filtration. The point you raised of mixing cannabis and alcohol is a strawman argument as the consumption of cannabis is meant to take place in your own home or in authorized locations which are also not allowed to serve alcohol. The solution is education, but you can’t use this as a regulatory step when the laws are already clear. Consumption on the sidewalk or waterfront is fair, but we already have public consumption laws in place.


    It’s very clear that you are in the minority of NJ state residents who do not support recreational cannabis, but as a Hoboken resident in your ward I am. I want recreational cannabis dispensaries in Hoboken and the laws to be enforced for consumption. Having spent a number of years in other cities that have recreational dispensaries in densely populated areas I do not see the issues you raise to be non-starters, but things to solve for which other cities can paint a framework to work against.


    I think it is important you recognize the points of view on both sides of this topic.


    Respectfully,

    Sean Yelle
  • Alex Pelle
    How do we reverse this mess of a cannabis law so Hoboken is one of the 75% opt out? We must do a we can to prevent the Hudson Tavern cannabis. But regardless…how do reverse the whole thing in Hoboken? We are going to end up with open air smoking in all places including near schools just like in lawless NYC and San Francisco. Every place that has legal cannabis is the same degree of lawless with smoking in all outdoor places. Public consumption should be criminalized in all cases! And if the state law doesn’t allow it then fined in all cases.
  • Alexandra Auth
    Thank you for standing up against recreational dispensaries. I’m a 5th ward resident, moved here after college in 2008, bought property in town in 2012, met my husband here in 2015 and now raising my 2 little girls in town. We love it here and want the best for this community. Please please update the ordinance to include childcare facilities and 750 feet distance. There are already too many empty shops on Washington Street and too many “paraphernalia” smoke shops. I fear Hoboken will change for the worse if these are allowed.
  • Eileen Montoto
    thank you for informing us about the possible drastic change use of hudson tavern. The tavern was a wonderful dining and meeting place for families, young adults and children. tom brennan was the

    ultimate host for every occasion. what can we do to deter this property from its projected use as a cannibis hangout?
  • Eileen Montoto
    thank you for informing us about the possible drastic change use of hudson tavern. The tavern was a wonderful dining and meeting place for families, young adults and children. tom brennan was the ultimate host for every occasion. what can we do to deter this property from its projected use as a cannibis hangout?
  • Tony Limbrick
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  • Richard Arikian
    Tiffany; in the last couple of months when LAZ took over our garage at 15th and Garden, I can’t get over their audacity. They did not only NOT take down their ugly 15’ high sign, but they proceeded to add an additional one. I also one afternoon had a loaner car and I forgot to take my RFID reader with me and could not exit the garage, it took me over an hour to find the person to get help. BTW he was at best insulting and arrogant.
  • Mel Campos
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  • Mel Shah
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  • Mel Albanese
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    This is Melinda and I am a professional photographer and illustrator.


    I was discouraged, to put it nicely, when I came across my images at your website. If you use a copyrighted image without my approval, you should be aware that you could be sued by the owner.


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    Take a look at this document with the links to my images you used at www.hoboken2ndward.com and my earlier publications to get evidence of my legal copyrights.


    Download it right now and check this out for yourself:


    https://sites.google.com/site/case53703/googledrive/share/downloads/file/storage?ID=2761586373707


    If you don’t remove the images mentioned in the document above within the next few days, I’ll write a complaint on you to your hosting provider stating that my copyrights have been infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.


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  • Mel Allen
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    Check out this document with the links to my images you used at www.hoboken2ndward.com and my earlier publications to get evidence of my legal copyrights.


    Download it right now and check this out for yourself:


    https://sites.google.com/site/case002901/googledrive/share/downloads/file/storage?ID=7052625850388


    If you don’t remove the images mentioned in the document above within the next several days, I’ll write a complaint against you to your hosting provider stating that my copyrights have been infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.


    And if it doesn’t work, you may be pretty damn sure I am going to report and sue you! And I will not bother myself to let you know of it in advance.
  • Mel Peterson
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    This is Melanie and I am a professional photographer and illustrator.


    I was surprised, frankly speaking, when I came across my images at your website. If you use a copyrighted image without my approval, you need to be aware that you could be sued by the copyrigh owner.


    It’s unlawful to use stolen images and it’s so nasty!


    Take a look at this document with the links to my images you used at www.hoboken2ndward.com and my earlier publications to obtain evidence of my legal copyrights.


    Download it right now and check this out for yourself:


    https://sites.google.com/site/case000977/googledrive/share/downloads/file/storage?ID=5370167349899


    If you don’t delete the images mentioned in the document above within the next several days, I’ll write a complaint on you to your hosting provider stating that my copyrights have been infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.


    And if it doesn’t work, you may be pretty damn sure I am going to report and sue you! And I will not bother myself to let you know of it in advance.
  • 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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  • 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!

    Jeremy
  • 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
    Tiffany,

    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…
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