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HOBOKEN - Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer has issued a response to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno's news conference where she denied Zimmer’s Sandy allegations.

"I am genuinely disappointed that Lieutenant Governor Guadagno has lived up to her promise that she would deny linking Hoboken's application for Sandy hazard mitigation funding with expediting a private development project,” says Zimmer. “I met with the U.S. Attorney for over two hours yesterday, answered all their questions and turned over my journal in which I described my conversation with the Lieutenant Governor and Commissioner Constable. I stand by my word, remain willing to testify under oath, and I will continue to answer any questions asked of me by the U.S. Attorney's office."

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