NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOARD MEETING HOBOKEN CHARTER SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES

first_img× The Hoboken Charter School Board of Trustees announces a special board meeting to take place on Wednesday, January 27, 20021 via Zoom from 12:00-12:30 p.m. Items to be discussed at this meeting will be related to finance.last_img

Top Associates with Weichert, Realtors’ Jersey City Exchange Place Office Recognized…

first_imgJoe Cubias, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that two top-producing sales associates with the Jersey City Exchange Place office were recognized for exceptional sales achievement in 2020 during Weichert’s recent virtual awards celebration.Individually, Scott Waldman led the Weichert sales region for dollar volume for the year, and Brian Anthony Lopes led for revenue units and sales. The Weichert sales region is comprised of offices throughout Hudson County and parts of Bergen County. ×  1 / 2    2 / 2  Scott Waldman ❮ ❯ Invite these talented neighborhood specialists in to learn about the real estate services offered by Weichert, Realtors. They can be reached in Weichert’s Jersey City Exchange Place office at 251 Washington St., or call (201) 860-4009 for more information.center_img 1 / 2    2 / 2  Scott Waldman ❮ ❯last_img read more

Forgotten states Gold Cup case

first_img The ante-post favourite for the Ascot highlight enhanced his claims for next month’s two-and-a-half mile Group One after passing a stern test posed by Answered on his first start for 211 days. These two fought out a stirring finish to the Group Three contest over a mile and three-quarters after Sir Ector and Panama Hat had set the pace, and there was a length and a quarter in it at the line. Forgotten Rules warmed up for the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot when preserving his 100 per cent record in the Coolmore Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan. Press Associationcenter_img Forgotten Rules (8-11 favourite), trained by Dermot Weld and ridden by Pat Smullen, showed all the right qualities for a top stayer as he led two furlongs out and then held his race-fit rival, who had loomed up looking a major threat. The two principals pulled well clear of Sir Ector in third, while the sole British raider, the David Lanigan-trained Biographer, only beat one home and never got into contention. Forgotten Rules was trimmed into 2-1 favourite from 3-1 for the Gold Cup by Paddy Power. Weld said: “I was very pleased with the performance and thought it was an excellent renewal of the race. Two very brave and high-class stayers fought it out. “Not taking anything away from the second, he’s a very good horse. He had the benefit of a run and was getting 5lb, so I thought it was an excellent performance by Forgotten Rules on his first run back. “I’m pleased with the way he handled the drying ground and it augurs well for his future. “The obvious logical next step is the Ascot Gold Cup and the only caveat I would have is that he would never want the ground too firm. “Pat was very pleased with the way he strode out and he handled it well. It’s beautiful ground out there and any horse would go on it. Credit to Navan, the track is in super shape.” last_img read more