October will mark 10 years since Superstorm Sandy changed lives forever, but the ghosts of the storm’s past have continued to haunt the Hoboken waterfront.
That’s all changing this week when crews start work to remove over a dozen abandoned and sunken boats left sinking further into Weehawken Cove for nearly a decade.
Noelle Thurlow has been maneuvering around some of the abandoned boats since the storm. On Friday, her kayaking group took some photos before the vessels are gone for good.
“We don’t need extra poluntants, giant boats in the water,” Thurgow said.
Mayor Ravi Bhalla said the waterfront takeover started with a couple of boats
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