Hoboken Ethics - NUMERO UNO!

By Ed Mecka@edmecka.com
April 13, 2006

Hoboken: On Monday, April 10, 2006 the City of Hoboken made the history books by the unanimous passing of a Pay to Play resolution at the Hoboken Board of Education. Hoboken is now the only city in New Jersey to have both Municipal and Board of Education financial restrictions with respect to political donations and public contracts.

Outgoing Board of Education member RON ROSENBERG fought long and hard to forge an unprecedented consensus among Board members who have often demonstrated unique differences of opinion on many issues. According to ROSENBERG, the passing of the resolution will go a long way in instilling public confidence in the financial decisions of the Board which recently approved a $ 51 million budget.

RON ROSENBERG - no stranger to community activism

     In the three short years that I have known Ron Rosenberg, he has built an impressive record with respect to his unrelenting quest for honest government.  Although RON has lived in Hoboken since the mid-1980

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