- Design Principles
- FBW Plans
- Urban Design
- Judge grants automatic approval for controversial Monarch Towers
- Shipyard attempts to reverse Planning Board
- FBW files motion to intervene
- Two strikes on the Monarch towers
- Freeholders counsel rejects Monarch appeal
- City sues Monarch developers for breach of contract
- County Planning Board stuns Monarch developers
- Can the waterfront walkway be a “street”?
- Shipyard’s Plan to Privatize Pier
- FBW challenges state approval
- DEP flouts its permit to restore pier
- Hoboken’s successful “Main Street” began with 1804 plan
- Defining the key to Hoboken’s success as a thriving urban community
- Hoboken’s South Waterfront designated one of NJ’s Great Public Spaces by NJ-APA
- Hoboken’s original plan and first parks established in 1804
- Hoboken vs. Jersey City waterfront
- Hoboken waterfront featured in Philadelphia Inquirer
- Roots over the River
- Where is the vision for Hoboken’s central waterfront?
- Yankee ferry evicted from Hoboken’s pier
- Will Hoboken Shipyard’s Pier 13 bring bad luck for public access?
- NJ Transit responds to pressure from Mayor, FBW and others; abandons plans to buy dry dock
- Ferry repair, fueling station and bus parking for Union Dry Dock site?
- City Council ordinance key to completing plan for Hoboken’s central waterfront
- Dutch-led team: Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge – a comprehensive strategy for Hoboken
- $10s of millions in pipeline for Hoboken flood mitigation; can City manage it?
- Zimmer announces flood-mitigation strategy
- Considering proposals to stem the tides by Canute, Bloomberg, and Zimmer
- Six months later, relief comes to NJ businesses
- The Dutch Dialogues: A model for Hoboken
- 12-Point Plan in preparation for the next Sandy
- The morning after Sandy: Hoboken’s waterfront parks
- Are we devising flood remedies based on a 1,000 year storm?
- Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force selects professional teams to design solutions
- Developing a Plan
- The Long Slip Canal and protecting Hoboken from the next surge
- Utilizing polders as flood mitigation measure
- A serious conversation about Sandy
- The Big Uneasy
- Post-Sandy: After repairing the damage, then what?
- Get Involved
Team Roberts campaign headquarters at 231 Washington Street during the 2005 race for mayor and council-at-large. (April 2007) In 2005, [...]Read More →
People for Open Government takes Mayor and City to court for campaign contributions violating pay-to-play ordinance
(October 4, 2005) The powerful Hudson County Democratic Organization, chaired by State Senator Bernard Kenny, has provided $299,600. Another $64,000 [...]Read More →
Roberts and Kenny solicit major contributions from developers and city contractors as Hoboken voters head to polls on ‘pay-to-play’
‘Political fund-raising and the peoples business all happen in the same meetings over the same table.’ — Gov. James McGreevey. [...]Read More →
The Sky Club, another Sandford Weiss project, under construction. This 17-story building is exceeding zoning height limits by 11 stories. [...]Read More →
Mayor David Roberts who ran two years ago on a reform platform now relies heavily on contributions from real estate [...]Read More →