Hudson Reporter:

Hoboken officials and engineers met with the public on Thursday, Feb. 18 and unveiled three new plans to protect the city from future storm surges, two months after residents criticized earlier plans for floodwalls that might rise as high as 12 feet high and cut into residential neighborhoods.

A packed house of over 200 residents attended the meeting and many were elated the floodwalls were largely gone.

“I just want to thank you for taking the concerns of residents of Garden Street so seriously,” said 20-year resident Marguerite Bunyan, at the meeting… Continue reading here