Neighborhood News: PATH Cops Allegedly Skip Shifts, Rents Increase in Jersey City

**Forty-four Port Authority cops assigned to patrol the PATH stations are facing disciplinary action after an internal investigation revealed that most of them allegedly spent their shifts in break rooms, reports the New York Times. The investigation comes weeks after the New York Post revealed that a number of PATH workers allegedly sleep during their overtime shifts.   —NYT

**Two month after the deadly Hoboken crash, NJ Transit has suspended 11 engineers who suffer from fatigue-related conditions. —WSJ

**Rents in Hudson County grew in 2016 with cities like Jersey City averaging $2,480/month in rent. —Real Estate NJ

**Amelia’s Bistro was recently spotlighted by NJ Monthly. —NJ Monthly

**The New York Times has an interesting look at how restaurants that have stopped accepting tips have had to adjust their menus. —NYT

**Forgotten New York recently visited Jersey City Height’s legendary White Mana Diner. —Forgotten New York

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