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File #: 19-0439    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Hearing of Citizens Status: To Be Introduced
File created: 3/13/2019 In control: Municipal Council and City Clerk
On agenda: 3/20/2019 Final action:
Title: HEARING OF CITIZENS 1. Colleen M. Field, 27 Foster Street, Newark, NJ First Black Mayor Kenneth Gibson appointed the First Black Police Director Augustus Dickerson. Appearing 2. Opal R. Wright, 51 Vanderpool Street, Newark, NJ "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009." Not Appearing 3. Dion McCutcheon, Lyons Gateway Apartments, Newark, NJ Newark Matters. Appearing 4. Samaan Aziz, 24 Fifth Avenue, Newark, NJ Opening a cannabis business in Newark. Not Appearing 5. Debra Salters, 263 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ Quality of Life - Reversed Robin Hood Syndrome. Appearing 6. Josculyn Moore, 18 North 12th Street, Newark, NJ Is there any hope for a change yes or no? Not Appearing 7. Thomas Ibiang, 175 1st Street, Newark, NJ Prison Re-entry. Appearing 8. Atta Boamah, 54 Leslie Street, Newark, NJ Problem with the City and Court. Appearing 9. Lisa Parker, 711/2 Boston Street, Newark, NJ Municipal Council and Administration Code of Conduct. Appearing 10. Felicia Alston-Singleton, 15...
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HEARING OF CITIZENS

1. Colleen M. Field, 27 Foster Street, Newark, NJ
First Black Mayor Kenneth Gibson appointed the First Black Police Director Augustus Dickerson.
Appearing

2. Opal R. Wright, 51 Vanderpool Street, Newark, NJ
"American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009."
Not Appearing

3. Dion McCutcheon, Lyons Gateway Apartments, Newark, NJ
Newark Matters.
Appearing

4. Samaan Aziz, 24 Fifth Avenue, Newark, NJ
Opening a cannabis business in Newark.
Not Appearing

5. Debra Salters, 263 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ
Quality of Life - Reversed Robin Hood Syndrome.
Appearing

6. Josculyn Moore, 18 North 12th Street, Newark, NJ
Is there any hope for a change yes or no?
Not Appearing

7. Thomas Ibiang, 175 1st Street, Newark, NJ
Prison Re-entry.
Appearing

8. Atta Boamah, 54 Leslie Street, Newark, NJ
Problem with the City and Court.
Appearing

9. Lisa Parker, 711/2 Boston Street, Newark, NJ
Municipal Council and Administration Code of Conduct.
Appearing

10. Felicia Alston-Singleton, 152 12th Avenue, Newark, NJ
Water and Housing worries.
Appearing





11. Laura Muneton, 243 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ
Silence of City Council on the ICE contract.
Appearing

12. Karl Schwartz, 11-15 Clinton Street, Newark, NJ
ICE out of Newark.
Not Appearing

13. Jay Arena, 35 Maiden Lane, Newark, NJ
ICE out of Newark.
Appearing

14. Hope Jackson, 182 Mapes Avenue, Newark, NJ
Community Affairs.
Appearing

15. 10-4 Evans, 149 Huntington Terr., Newark, NJ
City of Newark landlord and community issues.
Not Appearing

16. Munirah El-Bomani, 175 1st Street, Newark, NJ
Failed Administration, Black Agenda.
Appearing

17. Cassandra Dock, 111 Mulberry Street, Newark, NJ
In too deep.
Appearing

18. Donna Jackson, 128 Smith Street, Newark, NJ
Why have we become a Police State?
Appearing

19. Louis Shockley, 86 Napoleon Street, Newark, NJ
Don't talk Trump!
Appearing

20. Dyran Thomas, 25 Summit Street, Newark, NJ
Tenants' issues.
Appearing

21. Shakima K. Thomas, 280 Eastern Parkwa...

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