Tuesday, May 14, 2013

YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: 2013 Hackensack Municipal Election Results


The voters have spoken, and it appears they want change. The Citizens for Change ticket has ousted the political machine and taken the city council in a historic CLEAN SWEEP!

The totals are:

John LaBrosse: 2,006
David Sims: 1,911
Kathy Canestrino: 1,908
Leo Battaglia: 1,804
Rose Greenman: 1,788
Jason Nunnermacker: 1,677
Joanne Mania Colon: 1,660
Joe Barreto: 1,656
Kenny Martin: 1,651
Scott Young: 1,631
Victor Sasson: 344

Citizens for Change supporters watching the numbers being tallied
The Coalition for Open Government campaign headquarters looked like a Funeral Parlor
I requested a quote from Lynne and Howie Hurwitz at the Coalition for Open Government headquarters but was met with a cold shoulder as she turned her head, closed her car window, and laid on her car horn (see below).





Though we do not yet know how things will shake out for the city, one thing is for certain--a lot of lawyers are probably going to be looking for work.....



12 comments:

  1. Hackensack is going to have an extremely tough 4 years...

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    1. Anonymous, I absolutely agree--no matter who got in Hackensack was going to have a tough 4 years. The facts are the facts and there is a really bad mess to clean up in this city. I just hope that CFC can make headway.

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  2. Isn't unnecessary honking illegal? Or is that just in NYC. Hahaha.

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  3. I was very impressed with Mr. LaBrosse when he stopped by the house campaigning. Now I'll have to keep my promise to attend some council meetings.

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  4. HELLS YA! Bye bye and good riddance!

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  5. First order of business, DUMP THE ONE THE ONLY FUGGLY STEVIE-NON-HACKENSACK-RESIDENT! GOTTA GO PRONTO.....

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    1. here is what I have to say to that...

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  6. This may be my only post. I hope that it will not be censored. I'm moving my haunt over to Hackensack City Hall, now that there are officials who may actually listen and play by the rules . They have this evening been elected to office. I have to say that myself, like many of you, love Hackensack for what it was, and what it can be. Even those of us who don't 'live' (no pun intended) here anymore. Hackensack is my home. It is where I grew up and became a man with a mission, and a family man with strong ties to the community. That mission is not over. We have a lot of work to do. If you still live in Hackensack, or even if you moved away, we need you in some capacity. It is going to take past, present and future residents to rebuild. if you want to help make it a better place come on down to a City Council meeting, or volunteer, contribute ideas, and help us promote Hackensack. Any time, any way you can think about us and halp us to make this a place for everyone. Now we have at long last freedom and a chance for a TRUE OPEN **and HONEST*** government. Editor don't touch this post.. My spirit is alive and now I can rest. --and get to work. See you at City Hall... I'll be there. Just look up. - Billy - Mayor of Main Street

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    1. https://www.facebook.com/william.dilunardi#!/william.dilunardi?hc_location=stream

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    2. Tom,
      You have gone over the edge.

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  7. Let's hope a certain attorney, who also happens to be a city slum-lord, ends up in the unemployment line.

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  8. Hope "Stevie" does NOT come back to Lodi....

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