A Veteran committed to ending Veteran homelessness
A son of immigrants living in America’s ‘Golden Door’
A mayor working to bring jobs and opportunities to Jersey City
A Democrat leading the way on progressive issues
"We believe in sound policies, hard work, and fidelity to what they say in the Marines: We Leave No One Behind." – Steven Fulop
Ribbon cutting yesterday and grand opening for new Pershing Field Children's Playground. We spent $900,000 in this renovation as we continue to invest and improve our parks/open space. Next month we will have the grand opening for the largest park in the city - Berry Lane Park. Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!
If you are into sneakers (which I am) you should know #jerseycity has one of the best stores in the region on this front. Ribbon cutting today at 410 Central Ave The black and red pictured are the Retro Air Jordan 12 Flu Game coming out this weekend and the store has of the best throwback #nike @sneakerroom @therealsuraj201
Lincoln Park Little League today in Jersey City. Thanks to all the parents and coaches who volunteer to help out recreation programs in JC.
Opening today at 759A Bergen Ave (Corner of Montgomery and Bergen) is CLEARPORT - this is a retail clothing experience. @chicpeajc @hayoner
The great men and women of the Jersey City Fire Department battled a 3-Alarm fire this morning and did an outstanding job. No question they are the best Fire Department in NJ
A good time at #libertysciencecenter #geniusgala #2016 #jerseycity
Liberty Science Center Gala. #jerseycity #jcmakeityours
Congrats to Jersey City's newest 29 police officers that were sworn in today. The JCPD is now 841 officers which is up significantly since we took office.
Getting to know the people of Jersey City. Meet Officer Zedenia Alexis, one of today’s new police academy graduates, single mother of two, and #JerseyCity native. "People have one picture of what an officer is supposed to be, but there’s a change with the graduating class now, and I think that will be able to help. Our class is very diverse. When there is one dynamic of what people think police officers are, there’s a disconnect, there’s an automatic disconnect, but I feel like if people see more people who look like them, it changes things for them, it helps them to attain and want to do something else. They see other people, other than what they think cops are supposed to look like, and it helps. You have to enforce the law, yes, but you also don’t want to make it that so there’s no merge between the officers and the community, because that’s what community policing is. That’s what we’re gonna be doing this summer, walking the beat, you know, getting to know people. It’s not about us just standing on the corner, we really have to get involved.” #PeopleOfJC #JCMakeItYours
We are continuing to make significant changes and investment into the JCPD. We have hired 150 additional officers and have made it a priority that the department better reflects the Jersey City community, with 70 percent of the new officers being minorities who speak nearly a dozen languages.