Members of the public are invited to attend a public meeting to discuss planned improvements to Maxwell Park, including the addition of toddler equipment adjacent to the existing playground. The meeting will be held on Monday, August 1, 2016 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Hoboken Historical Museum, located at 1301 Hudson Street in Hoboken.
The Seth Morris 9/11 Heroes Foundation and Apple Montessori School has donated funding for a survey and rendering for the project. If the project is approved, they will also be providing the funding for design and construction.
A family member of the owners of the Apple Montessori School in Hoboken, Lynn Morris-Piccolo, lost her husband and father of three on 9/11. She created the Seth Morris 9/11 Heroes Foundation to honor the memory of her husband and the others that perished on that day.
Seth Allan Morris was 35 years old, one of the youngest Partners at Cantor Fitzgerald. He believed strongly in giving back to the community through his tireless volunteer efforts working with youth through local athletic and recreation programs.
If the project is approved, the Seth Morris Foundation, together in partnership with Apple Montessori School, will donate the cost of installing a toddler appropriate playground as part of a public-private partnership with the City of Hoboken.
Those who cannot attend the meeting can also provide written comments to the Director of Human Services, Leo Pellegrini via mail at 94 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.More >
The Stevens Institute of Technology and City of Hoboken announce a pilot program granting access to four tennis courts for use by Hoboken residents through August 21st. Hoboken residents above the age of 18 will have access to the tennis courts on the northern end of the campus between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:30 pm. All interested residents will need to sign up at the Stevens Athletic Center for a swipe card which will grant access to the courts for the designated times.
“I’m thrilled that the City, in partnership with Stevens, is able to provide additional tennis court access for Hoboken residents,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “This is just the latest example of the City, with the assistance of Stevens, facilitating additional recreation opportunities for residents. Thank you very much to the Stevens Institute of Technology, President Farvardin, and the Athletic Department for allowing residents to access the tennis courts.”
Additional information about pilot tennis court access for Hoboken residents:
Hoboken residents age 18 and over may use the set of four tennis courts located just off of Ninth Street on the north end of the Stevens campus. The set of two courts on the south side of campus are not available for use and are restricted to the Stevens community.
All Hoboken residents age 18 and over interested in using the courts must first obtain a Stevens visitor ID card. The first step is to complete the Athletics Facilities Use and Release form which can be picked up at the Schaefer Athletic Center’s reception desk Monday-Friday between 8am and 8:30pm. The reception desk is temporarily located in the northwest lobby of the building and can be accessed through an entrance across from the baseball field. An ID card will be provided upon completion of registration.
All individuals must present valid proof of Hoboken residence. Upon completion of the form, a Stevens visitor ID will be created for each person. This ID must be present with the individual at all times while on the Stevens campus and a second form of photo ID must be available as well. No guests are allowed; only those people with a valid Stevens ID are allowed to use the courts.
The courts are available for use Monday-Sunday from 8:00am to 8:30pm from Monday, July 25th through Monday, August 21st, 2016, when the Stevens tennis teams will resume practicing and preparation for the fall seasons. Please note that the courts are going to be resurfaced during this time frame and will be unavailable for up to one week.
No parking is available on campus for those individuals using the tennis courts.
Use of tennis courts is being provided on a pilot basis for the remaining open period during Summer 2016 (until Aug. 21, 2016), after which time swipe cards will no longer provide access to the courts. If is determined that the program will be made available again (at a later time), participants will be asked to re-register and IDs will be re-programmed to provide access.
Please contact the Stevens Office of Campus Recreation:
Director-John Maurizi, email@example.com, 201-216-8111
Assistant Director-Will Emanuele, firstname.lastname@example.org, 201-216-8554
In addition, the phone number for the reception desk is 201-216-8040 and questions may be answered there as well.
Alternative Analysis Presentation and Workshop
Burchard Hall – Stevens Institute of Technology (Corner of 6th Street and River Terrace, Hoboken, NJ)
Thursday July 28, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Please join the NJ Department of Environmental Protection next Thursday, July 28th from 6:30pm-8:30pm for a presentation to share the preliminary results of the project alternatives analysis.
**Note: due to demand we have recently updated the meeting location to Stevens Institute of Technology, Burchard Hall, located at the corner of 6th Street and River Terrace, Hoboken
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Today Mayor Dawn Zimmer sent her best wishes and presented a mayoral proclamation to United States Olympian and Hoboken resident Dagmara Wozniak in advance of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio.
“On behalf of all Hoboken residents, I extend my best wishes to Dagmara Wozniak as she represents Team USA in the 2016 Olympic Games,” said Mayor Zimmer. “We are proud of her dedication to her team and country and know her tireless work ethic and hours of practice will lead to great results. Good luck to Dagmara and all of the athletes representing Team USA!”
Dagmara will be competing at the Olympic Games in the sabre fencing individual and team competitions. This will be her third Olympic competition, as she participated in the 2012 London Olympics and as an alternate in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Dagmara earned a gold medal in the individual and team competitions at the 2015 Pan American Games, and an individual gold medal in 2011. Since 2007, Dagmara also earned a gold medal and four bronze medals in the team competitions at the World Championships.More >