Councilmen Michael Russo and James Doyle said a final vote would not be taken until Oct. 19, and possibly later. They plan to meet with other members of the council’s mater plan/zoning ordinance committee in the meantime to refine the measure. “We want to have an overall strategy to address the various concerns as best as we can before moving ahead,” said Doyle. Officials say the rule was adopted in 1966 to prevent Hoboken, once dominated by Hudson River shipyards and factories, from becoming a Northeast version of San Francisco’s wild waterfront district known as the Barbary Coast. Hoboken’s rule was repealed in 1987 and reinstated in 1991. But Russo and other proponents of another repeal say the Mile-Square City has matured since then, and that young professionals and empty-nesters have earned the right to enjoy a glass of wine with their dinner. T.J. foot pain callusDeSantis, a resident opposed to repeal, argued that it was not necessarily people who live in Hoboken who flood the bars on weekends and disturb the peace late into the night.
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