My two children, wife, and I walk the same streets you walk every day, enjoy the same parks, and rely on the same infrastructure you rely on. I’m running for Mayor because I know that together, we can make real, positive changes to improve our quality of life.

Take a look at my new campaign video. I am deeply committed to making our City an even better place to live, work, and raise a family.

I also want to take this opportunity to share with you a few of my other quality of life ideas I’ll implement as your Mayor.

Create long term infrastructure plan: In order to upgrade our water mains, roads, and more, I’ll develop a 5-10 year long term infrastructure plan to maximize efficiencies and secure low interest rates.

New office of constituent services: To focus exclusively on day to day assistance, we’ll create an office dedicated to helping and responding to residents. This office will be open late on certain weekdays and weekends, and will be a direct connection for residents to City Hall.

Implement technology in City Hall: We’ll streamline basic City functions into an easy to use mobile app that is a step up from the current system. This app could be used for recreation purposes such as scheduling and payment for rec fees, in the parking utility, and other important functions.

Create open space: Expanding our Southwest Park, building out our Northwest Park, and completing our waterfront walkway are a few ways we’ll create new space for our community to enjoy.

Improve traffic: We’ll advocate for further changes including the rerouting of Paterson Plank Road in Southwest Hoboken, examine other modifications as recommended by professional traffic engineers, and push for expanded public transit options.

Ease certain parking regulations: As a resident with a parking permit who parks on the street, I know we need to modify certain burdensome regulations, including changes to our “no parking” signs and booting policies, among others.

As always, please let me know your thoughts and ideas on improving Hoboken in the years to come.