Hoboken Housing Authority residents flip out on Housing Authority Commissioner

Hoboken Housing Authority residents flip out on Commissioner Jake Stuiver. Stuiver was called a “bigot” and a political flunky for Mayor Dawn Zimmer, among many other things, as he was chewed out by several angry residents.

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  1. Just some context for you. Those in the video are not all residents. For example, Nick Calicchio who is there is a resident of Bayonne and is a political operative and one time aide to Assemblyman Ruben Ramos.

    Perry Belfiore also is not a HHA resident although he was a commissioner at one time himself and is thought to have a financial stake currently in the HHA and also with Vision 20/20. He is a long time Hoboken political operative and working on the Ruben Ramos mayoral campaign.

    Marge who calls Stuiver a bigot is the aunt to former HHA commissioner and former fourth ward councilman Chris Campos who had a legendary battle with Dawn Zimmer for the seat. (He lost.)

    Ms. Lessane aka Pokey who was screaming at Stuiver accused Dave Mello in a council meeting recently of calling HHA residents monkeys. She claims to have heard it at an earlier HHA meeting “out of (Mello’s) mouth. Councilman Dave Mello happens to be a teacher in the South Bronx, a most unfortunate choice to lob such an accusation.

    Remember in journalism friends, context is king.

    Best,
    Da Horsey