The mayor of Hoboken, N.J. has sent a message to the producers of "Jersey Shore": "Not in MY backyard!"

Hoboken mayor Dawn Zimmer issued a statement via the city's website that the Hoboken Film Commission had unanimously denied "Jersey Shore"'s production company a request to film a spinoff in the city for various reasons.

Among the reasons cited were that the new show- which would require a 24 hour filming permit-would be a violation of the city's rule against filming past 11 p.m. in a residential area.

Also, according to Mayor Zimmer, "the constant presence of such a production would be an attractive nuisance causing crowds to assemble at every hour of the day and night." 

So far, no comment from MTV.