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Re: Rich Boggiano JSQ/Ward C City Council
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10 things Trump should see when he visits Jersey City

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Trump has no doubt been to the Statue of Liberty before, but if he takes a trip again, this time with Jersey City Councilman Rich Boggiano, he may be convinced that Liberty Island is in New Jersey, not New York. Boggiano has long championed the notion that the statue is in Jersey City -- the U.S. Supreme Court in 1987 refused to weigh in -- so maybe Boggiano can convince Trump to get the federal government to endorse the idea.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... n_hes_in_jersey_city.html


Trump + Boggiano = Perfect together. Two peas in a pod, spending all of their time yapping about things that make no difference in the average person's life - ranting about things like what state the Statue of Liberty is in or standing for the national anthem.

Time to move to Florida, Rich.

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10 things Trump should see when he visits Jersey City

#2 Lady Liberty

Trump has no doubt been to the Statue of Liberty before, but if he takes a trip again, this time with Jersey City Councilman Rich Boggiano, he may be convinced that Liberty Island is in New Jersey, not New York. Boggiano has long championed the notion that the statue is in Jersey City -- the U.S. Supreme Court in 1987 refused to weigh in -- so maybe Boggiano can convince Trump to get the federal government to endorse the idea.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... n_hes_in_jersey_city.html

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Jersey City Ward C debate to be aired live Sept. 26

By Ron Zeitlinger
The Jersey Journal
Four people vying for the Jersey City Ward C city council seat will participate in a debate on Sept. 26 that will be televised live on Jersey City Comcast Ch. 190 and on the internet by Hudson Media Group.

The debate is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. and will feature incumbent Councilman Richard Boggiano and challengers Janet...

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e_aired_live_sept_26.html

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The Ward C debate at the Loews sponsored by The New JSQ.
https://vimeo.com/233302940

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Sept 9,2017:

Boggiano really stood out today
during the JSQ debate held at the Loews Theatre.

Of the 3 candidates present he was able to fully articulate his
positions and asserted why he should remain the Ward C councilman.

Fulop walked out early of the event as realized his option was more adept at coughing loudly into his lapel microphone than making any sort of relevant presence.

Reka Nandwani was sadly more concerned it seemed with the candidates remaining seated during the debate and left nothing more than a mere smudge on her political aspirations.





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Richie is a top Lad.

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Do you have an intelligent point to make our are you just being a dope?

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He made sure that the barricade blocking the new "Magnolia Landing" steps was removed less than a year after the steps were constructed.

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I am curious what his constituents view as his top 3 legislative accomplishments? The only bill I recall him presenting and passing is the noise ordinance.

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Richie is a top Lad.

Need some more like him who have a backbone.



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The letter (below) was published in the Jersey Journal this past weekend at this link:http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... d_about_the_candid_1.html

Journal Square is Reborn

As a young police officer in a riot at Hamilton Park in the 1970s, my patrol car was smashed by cinder blocks thrown at me from the roof of a brownstone. The city was looking for anyone willing to take possessions of that brownstone and others like it for $1. No one wanted them.

Under mayors Tony Cucci and Jerry McCann, the rebirth of downtown began in the 1980s. It's transformed into one of the most desirable places to live on the planet. Those same brownstones are now worth millions of dollars apiece.

Journal Square was once the thriving heart of Jersey City. I've been fighting for its rebirth since I moved to my current house on Magnolia Ave in 1980. I raised my kids here at a time when others were leaving. I've been a populist voice for vulnerable residents, clean government, and honest redevelopment the entire time. My neighbors may not always agree with my position on a given issue, but no one ever questions my integrity or love for Jersey City.

I've had the privilege of serving as Ward C's councilman during a rebirth where I have seen more change in the last 4 years than the past 40. I encourage new construction in line with the Journal Square Redevelopment Plan while holding developers accountable so they don't make a profit at the expense of current or future residents. I've been fighting to bring a supermarket to Journal Square, clean up our streets, and make our community generally more livable for singles, families, and seniors.


Journal Square and the heights will continue to be transformed in the next four years. I am excited to see what the future holds, and plan to continue fighting for everyday people as it unfolds. Thank you for your support!

Rich Boggiano, Councilman, Ward C, Jersey City

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