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Re: Jersey City taps Downtown woman to be city planner
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Hopefully there will be more thought into ensuring JC's infrastructure can keep pace with the exploding development.

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yes, outstanding choice. she is a brilliant planner and has been engaged with the community for a long time. really good news. she need to have a thick skin and be able to push back with politicians and developers.

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This is great news!

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Jersey City taps Downtown woman to be city planner

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on February 13, 2017 at 4:17 PM

JERSEY CITY -- A Downtown woman who has worked as a professional urban planner and architect for nearly two decades will be the city's new planning director.

Annisia Cialone, who lives in the Hamilton Park neighborhood, will replace Bob Cotter, the longtime city planner who retired last year. Cialone's salary is set by city ordinance at roughly $105,000.

Cialone, who will start by early March, comes from architectural firm Perkins Eastman, where she worked for over 10 years, according to her resume. She has a master of architecture degree from Harvard University.

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