The Jersey Journal has featured our online petition urging Gov. Christie to guarantee overnight #PATH service: http://t.co/tVnPVsdjzm
We’ve gathered 1,000 signatures! h-MAG mentions: “online petition is underway, started by #Hoboken’s Ronald Bautista via change.org” and you can read the full article here: http://goo.gl/yT36VM
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie underestimates the importance of overnight PATH service. Christie proved this by endorsing a report by the Governors of NJ and NY that proposes eliminating overnight PATH service. This 1am “curfew” will significantly affect our jobs, local businesses, and our personal lives. Please join me in signing this petition for Port Authority to guarantee the PATH overnight service.
The PATH train — which connects New York City with Jersey City, Newark, Harrison and Hoboken — is one of the busiest mass transit systems in the country, averaging 73 million annual riders over the past five years. Late night train operation is a key selling point for our New Jersey cities, not just for recreational use but also for working families who rely on the service to provide for their families.
Great meeting with Professor Maria Amelia Viteri (FLACSO), Carlos Guevara (Organizacion Juventud Ecuatoriana), Marcelo Rodriguez (Grupo Parada), Diana Araujo (Activist), and Professor Hugo Benavides (Fordham University). The meeting with this Executive Committee was to look for ways to establish the Center for Ecuadorian Studies at Fordham University.
I had the opportunity to find a great quote after teaching a Social Media Fundamentals class for small businesses. At the NYC Business Solutions’ building, the quote said:
“People who have no effective voice in the community they inhabit, nor control over its resources, are only tenants on someone else’s land.”