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My name is Sheri Alimonda. I’ve been a Hoboken resident for the past 13 years and own 7 Fine Arts, an art studio built largely by community effort. This is my first mayoral endorsement letter, and I’m proud to endorse…

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I want to let you know why I’m supporting Councilman Ravi Bhalla for Hoboken Mayor along with his Council team in the election on November 7. My family has been in Hoboken for four generations, and I feel blessed to…

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Hoboken is the country’s fourth most densely populated city, and we have the highest percentage of residents in the United States that rely upon mass transit. Naturally, our residents rely heavily upon a healthy and reliable mass transit infrastructure, and…

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I’m happy to share our first campaign video! My wife, Bindya and I are proud to call Hoboken our home, and could not think of a better place to raise our two young children. I want to make Hoboken an…

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Hoboken Councilman-at-Large Ravi Bhalla’s mayoral ticket filed a combined 2,796 petitions for nomination with the city clerk’s office before today’s deadline. “We engaged voters throughout the City in our petition-gathering effort, using it as an opportunity to have thousands of…

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As part of his mass transit and infrastructure plan, Councilman-at-Large/mayoral hopeful Ravi Bhalla says he plans on establishing a new bus route and train station, as well as subsidizing the cost of a ferry ride from Hoboken to New York…

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Like many of you, I was highly disturbed by the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend and President Trump’s comments regarding the matter. President Trump’s remarks yesterday were a failure of moral leadership. Let’s be clear: there can be…

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In a square mile City with more families choosing to stay and raise a family, keeping up with the demand for recreation activities is critical.  While we’ve successfully added more open space the past eight years, we have more to…

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This week, Hoboken was handed the news that it was unsuccessful in the most recent Monarch Shipyard court case. This is an unfortunate ruling that places developer interests over the interests of Hoboken’s residents. The Shipyard’s proposed development along the…

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Hoboken Councilman-at-Large/mayoral candidate Ravi Bhalla opened his campaign headquarters last night with about 100 supporters surrounding 404 Washington St. office. Mayor Dawn Zimmer introduced the public to Bhalla’s slate to the crowd: which includes council-at-large candidates Jim Doyle (incumbent), Emily…

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My wife Alyse and I have lived in Hoboken for 26 years. Alyse is a public school teacher, and I am the owner of the furniture and kitchen store, Battaglia‘s Home, on Willow Avenue.  We have witnessed the evolution of…

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By Claire Tran, NBC News During his first campaign for Hoboken City Council in 2009, Ravinder Bhalla knew his turban and beard would not go unnoticed. But the 44-year-old New Jersey native told NBC News he was determined to not…

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