A funeral mass took place Oct. 2 at St. Ann’s RC Church, Hoboken, for Dorothy Janet Cappiello. She passed away peacefully at the Hoboken University Medical Center on Sept. 27. Raised in Staten Island, New York, Dorothy was the wife of late Mayor Steve Cappiello for 62 years. Well known in Hoboken for her political contributions, generosity, independence and vivacious personality. Dottie truly accepted the mile square city as her home and insisted on remaining in Hoboken until her passing. Dorothy was a driving force as a first lady of Hoboken supporting her husband, Steve, through a long political career including his tenure as mayor for 12 years. She was full of life, known for her beautiful smile and abundant laughter. She was a professional bookkeeper, an avid gardener and enjoyed fashion design.Dorothy leaves to mourn her passing her children, Janet Cappiello Manocchio, Linda Cappiello, M.D. and Steven J. Cappiello, her only son; her son in lawStephen Manocchio, M.D.; her grandchildren, Beth Ann, Erica and Jeffrey Manocchio, Kenny C. Lindsley and a great grandson, Vincent Nicolino and a sister, Barbara Ackermann. Mrs. Cappiello was predeceased by her siblings, James A. Barry and Mary Schraff.Services arranged by the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home, Hoboken.
Deputy Charlie McConalogue says the Government’s failure to address shortages in student accommodation has led to a major crisis in the sector.Charlie McConalogue TDMore than 58,000 students will get their Leaving Cert results tomorrow, but thousands of them embarking on a third level course, will face a huge struggle to secure a place to stay.Deputy McConalogue explained, “Over the past four years we have seen the situation with student accommodation worsen significantly without any tangible action being taken. The most this Minister has done in the issue is commission a report into the situation, which to date has still not been published. The report points to a “significant shortage” in accommodation in all of the main cities, and forecasts that these shortages will remain over the next decade. “The accommodation crisis has been escalating steadily over the past four years, and is undoubtedly being exacerbated by the overall housing crisis engulfing this country. The situation is particularly bad in the main cities, where the majority of students will be looking to rent. Every year students are forced to pay over the odds for very basic accommodation, and in some cases have to take on extended leases in order to secure a house or apartment. Students are spending weeks on end over the summer months travelling to Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick in search of accommodation, often faced with extortionate rents, which is placing a significant financial burden on them and their families.”He added that the current situation is a major source of anxiety and stress, not only for the students who will receive their Leaving Cert results tomorrow, but also for the thousands of others who are already in full time third level education.“Every summer they are faced with the same scenario of trekking around these cities in search of new accommodation for the following semester.“Minister O’Sullivan’s decision to delay the publication of the HEA report is shameful. She should release the contents and start acting on the recommendations. She cannot continue hide behind this document and pretend that everything is ok when the situation is now seriously out of control. New incentives need to be introduced to promote the development of specific student accommodation to increase the number of units available to meet the increasing demand”. STUDENTS FACE MAJOR BATTLE TO FIND ACCOMMODATION – McCONALOGUE was last modified: August 11th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:accommodationCharlie McConaloguedonegalLeaving cert