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Re: Hudnut to Take on Solomon in Ward E
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Hudnut attacks Solomon over ‘out of touch perspective’ on policing in Jersey City

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“We need to invest in 21st Century Policing techniques to continue the progress that has been made in making Jersey City safer, not pursue the devastating cuts to public safety that Councilman Solomon supports that would put our neighborhoods at risk,” Hudnut, who is running on Mayor Steven Fulop’s ticket, said in a statement.

“Defunding our police department and laying off officers like Councilman Solomon wants will not make us safer. We need to invest in de-escalation training programs, body cameras, and hiring more young, diverse officers who live in the neighborhoods where they work. Councilman Solomon’s plan for policing in Jersey City will do nothing to make our city safer and every resident should be alarmed by his out of touch perspective on this critical issue.”

https://hudsoncountyview.com/hudnut-at ... -policing-in-jersey-city/


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Jersey City Ward E council candidate Hudnut reveals environmental sustainability plan


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A day after Municipal Prosecutor Jake Hudnut announced his candidacy for the Ward E City Council seat, a bill before the legislature that would have potentially barred him from running was amended. The bill was sponsored by State Senator Nicholas Sacco, an ally of Mayor Steven Fulop.

https://jcitytimes.com/hudnut-gets-spe ... atment-from-state-senate/


It would not have "potentially barred" him because the bill's proponents have said all along that the bill did not apply to municipal prosecutors. The amendment clarifies what was already in both the text and intent of the bill.

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A day after Municipal Prosecutor Jake Hudnut announced his candidacy for the Ward E City Council seat, a bill before the legislature that would have potentially barred him from running was amended. The bill was sponsored by State Senator Nicholas Sacco, an ally of Mayor Steven Fulop.

https://jcitytimes.com/hudnut-gets-spe ... atment-from-state-senate/

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I don't think "NIMBY" is at issue here. I think Solomon does want to include more tenant protections as development goes forward, and wants more concessions from developers. But I do not see him opposed to development per se, or development in his ward, or more density in building. He wants things like MORE affordable housing in units. And he wants it for its own sake, not as a poison pill to kill development.

Some of his opposition may be to juxtapose himself against the mayor. But NIMBY is not accurate here.

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I hope Solomon loses. He's way too NIMBY and has no understanding of how economics work. The NAs and Yvonne will certainly line up behind him though.

I suspect James will squeak out a win due to incumbency advantage but there must be some real weakness if a credible challenger has come forward. Maybe the pro-development silent majority has had it with him bad mouthing developers and having nothing to show for it. Or maybe businesses are tired of his onerous restrictions.

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A matchup between two good choices. This is like the game in the "March Madness" bracket that you circle early on knowing you want to watch this one.

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Attorney and Jersey City Chief Municipal Prosecutor Jake Hudnut announced today that he will run for Ward E City Councilman on the ?Team Fulop? slate. The seat is currently held by independent James Solomon.


https://jcitytimes.com/hudnut-to-take-on-solomon-in-ward-e/

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