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Re: Where
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I called the state, but I did not record the conversation, it is state law to have it posted and available for the public. But that is not the point, JC Guys, current public information should be on the city's website. Besides, it is more than the friendly budget as I have noted in my video. So why are you defending this administration who is lax in this manner?

Posted on: Today 2:51
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Re: Where
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It really is a slipper slope with you Yvonne. It looks like to me that the user friendly budget for 2019 is missing it should have been posted, especially after you alerted the city to it being missing. It's not a state law however that the city must post its debt per capita. Lol

Posted on: Today 1:19
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Re: Where
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What's missing?

Posted on: Yesterday 23:45
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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The worst thing these liberal media outlets did to themselves was to shutdown the commentary at the ends of stories and opinion pieces. The claim was to stop racism... so many legitimate vulgar free voices were silenced allegedly to protect people from some lunatic transcribing an all capitals racist manifesto. I smiled everytime I finished reading a story, wanted to comment, and instead saw SL pleas for readers to subscribe. Subscribe to something without a voice? Were they serious?

BTW did they ever find that poor little missing girl in southern NJ. (Dulce?) They shut down that story's comment section and every once in a while some reader would slip a comment about that into another story's comment section. A huge story that had people clicking, wanting too opine and they missed the boat on that story which was probably the end for many readers.

Hopefully they will follow through and keep opinion pieces very separate from news stories that do contain facts/information only.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:16
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Where
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There is missing data on the Jersey City's website.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2w04d1w0dKA

Posted on: Yesterday 14:39
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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I've got to go along with JC Guys for the most part.
Journalists should report the news. There are so many other career choices for those who want to bring the light of goodness into the world. My particular beef with newsapers pressing people to see things their way lies with the editorial page, where the editor gets to proffer his particular visions and desires to the reading public.
What gives them the right to do that, especially in a time when newspapers have seen fit to excise reader's opinions from the pages? Letter writers and comment contributors, in a fair world, should be given the same opportunity as the editor and the journalists. Who made those in the newspaper trade the arbiters of truth or deceit?

As Joe Friday used to intone: "Just the facts Ma'am, just the facts."

We can take it from there thank you.

Posted on: Yesterday 14:23
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More change in journalism
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Posted on: Yesterday 14:09
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Re: Where and to whom to report illegal "airbnb"
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Quote:

DouglasReynholm wrote:
There is one using 3 apartments at 479 Manila


Housing Code Enforcement

If guests are partying or causing a disturbance, call the JCPD/FD and report your concerns. Make sure you're certain of your observations before you narc on your neighbor.

Posted on: Yesterday 13:38
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Where and to whom to report illegal "airbnb"
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There is one using 3 apartments at 479 Manila

Posted on: 5/30 23:27
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Re: Jersey City to Expand Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza
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Are you off your meds, nicky? It sounds like you are having delusions, again.

Posted on: 5/30 12:35
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Re: Jersey City to Expand Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza
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People are begging for this to come to The Heights. Unfortunately, Yvonne ordered Boggianno to not play ball, though thank god she is powerless to stop it Downtown.

Guess there'll be much, much more room for street parking when every business in that area permanently closes.

Posted on: 5/30 0:56
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Jersey City to Expand Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza
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Will Facilitate More Outdoor Seating for Restaurants; More Open Space Residents; 40 Restaurants Citywide Already Applied for More Outdoor Café Seating

http://riverviewobserver.net/2020/05/ ... -avenue-pedestrian-plaza/

Posted on: 5/30 0:41
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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mscottc wrote:
He makes a very valid point about media and liberalism, one I've been making to my more conservative friends for quite a while now. Journalism as a career tends to attract liberals. I'm making a very generalized statement, and yes there are some very good conservative journalists. But all in all, most Journalists get into the business to help enlighten the world, to change the world for what they perceive is a better way. These are people who do lean liberal. But, and hear this very carefully, most good journalists realize their only real stock in trade is their reputation for fairness and honesty. They work very hard to report the news as they see it, verifying facts, double or triple sourcing what they put on the air or in print. I don't know the standards at NJ.com, but I know the standards where I work. I'm proud of the work the journalists I support do. And I know they do all they can to present a fair and balanced reporting of the day's news.



Not impressed. F that guy and bring back the comments. Ban all opinion pieces and just report the news.

Posted on: 5/30 0:33
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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He makes a very valid point about media and liberalism, one I've been making to my more conservative friends for quite a while now. Journalism as a career tends to attract liberals. I'm making a very generalized statement, and yes there are some very good conservative journalists. But all in all, most Journalists get into the business to help enlighten the world, to change the world for what they perceive is a better way. These are people who do lean liberal. But, and hear this very carefully, most good journalists realize their only real stock in trade is their reputation for fairness and honesty. They work very hard to report the news as they see it, verifying facts, double or triple sourcing what they put on the air or in print. I don't know the standards at NJ.com, but I know the standards where I work. I'm proud of the work the journalists I support do. And I know they do all they can to present a fair and balanced reporting of the day's news.

Posted on: 5/30 0:11
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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This is an amazing admission by a a senior executive at the Ledger (nj.com). Desperation is clearly setting in as circulation is in a serious decline.

Take a few minutes to read it:

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/05/we-wan ... oing-to-address-that.html

The Brave New World rolls on...or over.

Posted on: 5/29 21:13
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Re: Man Wanted for Murder May Be in JC
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Quote:

jerseymom wrote:
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...Earlier Tuesday, the Facebook page Fire and EMS Alerts of Warren County, New Jersey said Manfredonia "has possibly just stolen a black Hyundai Santa Fe out of East Stroudsburg area and possibly heading towards Jersey City." The SUV bears the Pennsylvania registration plate KYW-1650, and it was stolen around 9 p.m. Monday, state police said.

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Huh... more fake news

Posted on: 5/29 3:03
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Dessert Spots Offering Delivery + Takeout in Jersey City and Hoboken
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From ice cream to yummy cakes, check out this list of all the dessert spots offering delivery and take out so you can enjoy your sweet cravings at home.

https://jcfamilies.com/best-dessert-sp ... ffering-delivery-takeout/

Posted on: 5/28 18:37
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Re: Man Wanted for Murder May Be in JC
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Posted on: 5/28 2:34
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Need advice for non-responsive property management (Del Forno)
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I am an out of state owner of a unit in JC im renting out. Ive used Del Forno for my PM for the past 9 years without major issues but I mostly dealt with a professional lady that left the company last year.

Since then its been a revolving door of new people. They have become completely unresponsive by email and phone the last two months. One employee that bothers to respond by email has been telling me false information, ignores my questions, and has been basically delaying my tenant move out (I am looking to sell my unit).

Is there anything I can do in this situation including any complaints to any JC real estate boards?

Posted on: 5/28 1:38
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Man Wanted for Murder May Be in JC
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(Excerpt)

...Earlier Tuesday, the Facebook page Fire and EMS Alerts of Warren County, New Jersey said Manfredonia "has possibly just stolen a black Hyundai Santa Fe out of East Stroudsburg area and possibly heading towards Jersey City." The SUV bears the Pennsylvania registration plate KYW-1650, and it was stolen around 9 p.m. Monday, state police said.

More

Posted on: 5/27 14:58
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Re: The Pandemic
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Except that the cluster of cases in Northern Italy came from Italian businesspeople returning from Wuhan, a few of which were super-spreaders.

The Chinese workers had already been here before the first case in China.

Posted on: 5/26 20:31
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Re: The Pandemic
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Posted on: 5/26 18:28
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Re: The Pandemic
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Of the man reasons why COVID19 spread so much in Italy is because Italians are very tactile and regularly hug and kiss one another. Also, it's typical for three generations of families to live in the same modest home. While I believe China is awful and underhanded, some of your conspiracy theories are definitely a little over the top. But I have nothing against a good conspiracy theory. Still, what you haven't commented on is how the constituents of Hong Kong of on their own controlled the spread of COVID19 on HongKong.

Posted on: 5/25 20:31
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Re: The Pandemic
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Little noticed and as well little reported on: In Northern Italy there were 300,000
Chinese--laborers working on the Belt and Road China project. They displaced Italians. When the virus struck guess where the Chinese flocked? Yep--to Italy, and the results were catastrophic as we know.

Here's some background:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/article ... ears-over-the-coronavirus

Posted on: 5/25 16:04
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Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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We have created this list of all the small local businesses that are now offering curbside pick with social distancing guidelines in mind. Support your local favorites today!

https://jcfamilies.com/non-essential-b ... -jersey-city-and-hoboken/

Posted on: 5/25 16:02
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Re: Jersey City begins implementing re-opening plans to help local businesses bounce back
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Don't get too excited - King Murphy has to announce his edict releasing the common man from this bondage before we can start to resume normal life including going out to eat.

Posted on: 5/25 14:00
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Re: Jersey City begins implementing re-opening plans to help local businesses bounce back
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This will hopefully involve more pedestrian plazas and more street parking commandeered for restaurant space. How will Yvonne manage to derail this desperately needed economic initiative?

Posted on: 5/25 2:34
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Re: The Pandemic
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Interesting video on China, when the 2008 housing crash happened and banks laid off people, a neighbor who worked for one of the banks then but was not laid off, said the industry boasted the about rehiring people but they rehired all Chinese nationals. I heard his statement sometime in 2010.

Posted on: 5/25 1:58
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Jersey City begins implementing re-opening plans to help local businesses bounce back
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Will Provide Testing for All Employees of Local Businesses; Will Provide PPE Re-Opening Packages once Business is Tested; Will Facilitate Easy Access to Outdoor Seating for Restaurants

http://riverviewobserver.net/2020/05/ ... l-businesses-bounce-back/

Posted on: 5/23 4:38
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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Meanwhile, Mack Cali stock continues to plummet. I regret not going short on it March 1, 2020.

https://www.google.com/search?q=mack+c ... &sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Posted on: 5/22 17:22
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