|Title||Handbills, 2, about Hoboken waterfront redevelopment referendum on July 10, 1990; issued by the Coalition for a Better Waterfront.|
|Collection||Hoboken Societies & Organizations Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Randolph Hoppe.|
|Scope & Content||
Handbills, two, about Hoboken waterfront redevelopment referendum on July 10, 1990; issued by the Coalition for a Better Waterfront.
Each item: printed (photocopy) leaf, two-sided, 8-1/2" x 11" high.
Community activist organization's campaign against (a NO vote) the scale of buildings and site coverage proposed by the City of Hoboken for the former Port Authority Piers. (Note: the proposal was defeated in the July voting.)
Handbill 1: Do We Want This Monstrosity on Our Waterfront?
side 1: map on one side titled as above illustrating the proposed buildings for piers and waterfront blocks west of River Street from Newark to Fourth Streets.
side 2: two columns of comparison text: The Promises; The Facts.
Handbill 2: Do We Want This Monstrosity on Our Waterfront?
side 1: same map and title as handbill 1, side 1.
side 2: full page of text titled: Support Good Development for Hoboken; Vote "No" on the Port Authority Plan.
Two lines are highlighted with orange marker.
|Year Range from||1990|
|Year Range to||1990|
Coalition for a Better Waterfront
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Port Authority Piers
|Caption||handbill1, side 1: map with site plans of proposed development|
Government & Politics
Social & Personal Activity