City moves to acquire land for 2 parks using eminent domain

A plaque on the Union Drydrock and Repair Company property commemorates Hoboken’s heyday as a commercial and industrial port city

HOBOKEN — The City Council on Monday night took steps to acquire two pieces of property for the creation of a new park on the city’s northern waterfront, and for the expansion of an existing park in Hoboken’s southwest corner.

In the first of the two separate actions, the council voted on second reading to approve a resolution authorizing the “purchase or condemnation” of waterfront property …read more

Source: NJ.com Hudson

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