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Catholic Young Adult Meetup, Ascension Thursday - May, 26, 2022
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Catholic Young Adult Meetup (ages 18 to 40) at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Clairemont and Ocean Avenues. Young is being used elastically here so anyone from 18 to 45 is the target.

Ascension Thursday, May 26, 2022, Sung Latin Mass 7:30 PM
Mixer at the Zeppelin Hall, immediately following.


Throw off the shackles of Pandemic related isolation and enjoy fellowship with other young Catholics. There is plenty of off street parking in the parking lot directly across from the church. It's also walking distance from the the Light Rail Station. If you're old, push your kids or grandkids, nephews, nieces to go. If you're young, go and tell your friends about this.

Posted on: Yesterday 18:26
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Jersey City Airbnb Host Found Guilty of Biting Guest’s Ear
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In a bizarre case, a Hudson County jury found a Jersey City man guilty yesterday of assaulting his Airbnb guest on Christmas day.

https://jcitytimes.com/jersey-city-air ... lty-of-biting-guests-ear/

Posted on: Yesterday 15:07
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Re: Bike JC’s Ward Tour returns Sun. June 5!
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Bump. About 1,600 riders are already registered!

REGISTER HERE NOW!

Posted on: 5/19 19:44
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Re: 440 is a mess! How can we improve this area?
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Wait until they start building the "new Jersey City" on the water side of 440. You think there's chaos now?

Want some good advice?--move to Bayonne.

Posted on: 5/19 12:17
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440 is a mess! How can we improve this area?
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The last few days, well maybe weeks 440 is disgusting.
It begins with the horrible welcome from all these damn panhandlers in & out of traffic. Then it only gets worse when u have these ladies with their babies on their backs selling fruits & whatnot.
The island from Communipaw all the way down to Bayonne needs to be maintained. Lots of trash everywhere, tall weeds & now tons of campaign signs that pop up overnight! Complete eyesore.
Everyone needs to call the police (201 547 5477) to report the aggressive panhandling all over 440 when u see this going on.
I've called the hotline about the grass & trash ago over (201 547 4900)
Let's all do our part to call these problems in to make Jersey City Great Again... atleast on this side of town!

Posted on: 5/18 0:21
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Jersey City Man Arrested in Fatal 2021 Hit and Run
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Authorities have arrested a 22-year-old Jersey City man in connection with a fatal 2021 hit-and-run crash on Route 440.

https://jcitytimes.com/jersey-city-man ... n-fatal-2021-hit-and-run/

Posted on: 5/17 18:08
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Events To Attend This Week
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Looking for some fun events to attend this week? Take a look at this guide!

https://jcfamilies.com/events-happenin ... k-weekend-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 5/17 18:07
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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We’ll think about it, within a database there will be a list of homes that registered/permitted to have the cut for an EV.. if that lapses 30 days, a simple notice can be sent to either show proof and reregister or the cut will be listed on the “restore curb” project. Just as there are a ton of illegal and invalid cuts that also need to be filled. As far as enforcement, no Different than when the meter maid scans a sticker that is invalid the system tells them so, and they ticket the car. Same process with invalid driveways whether it’s for older properties or new EV permitted ones.
The whole point of these conversations is to get things progressing and moving along, because for the last 15 years nobody has done anything or taken any initiative to do so. And now we’re at a point where it’s a complete mess, but it is fixable. Baby steps are better than no steps, it won’t be overnight but it’s progressing.

We also encourage people who want to support this and the entire movement of getting this issue sorted and moving in the right direction to please join the petition to show your support as it makes it way thru the system.

https://www.change.org/p/jersey-city-c ... uts-for-ev?redirect=false

Posted on: 5/17 13:48
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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Not at all, and it’s that thinking and perspective that’s in cityHall today that we’re working to educate. The fact of the matter is the discussions are already ongoing. A database exists and being built daily of driveways of both types. The idea is that just like parking on the street requires a sticker renewed yearly, the use of conforming yard space for EV approval, will require proof of registration and permit to do so. With the correct database once in place, if car is parked in a “Green Driveway” is not permitted, it will be tickets just the same. 1: more revenue for the city from violators. 2: more permit money for allowing these spaces and 3: a cleaner system.
As for the space, it will be deemed NONtransferable in a sale, new ownership would be same as old, they would need to show proof of active EV registration yearly to renew permit. If permit is not renewed or EV no longer exists at these homes, the curb is filled and given back to the street, simple as that.
As for the number of illegal cuts out there, it’s HIGH, and as the database continues to grow and the push for overall regulation progresses, all homes will someday be better monitored for unused curbs to restore them back to the street, thus allowing more folks who need cuts (and are approved) to have them..

It’s a streamlined and simple process and for the city to say for over 15yrs now “it’s complicated” rather than simply addressing the issue and setting some guidelines rather than a “1 size fits all” blanket statement/ordinance, this will begin to bring some order to the entire issue. Because 1 size does NOT fit all and as
the city see more of those growth, it’s time to be smart, be creative, own your problems and make a difference, rather than continue this path of 20yrs do nothing which is creating division in communities as more new comers come to the area and are more than willing to contribute $$ (registrations/permits etc) to the city’s coffers, which is a win for us all.


I wish you well and hope it works out, and ultimately encourages more electric car ownership. I still think the city needs to put a higher priority on cracking down on illegal curb cuts. You mentioned that if that electric vehicles no longer exists at the homes with curb cuts, the curb would be filled back in and given back to the street. I think that would be difficult to track and enforce but what do I know. Best of luck though.

Posted on: 5/17 4:04
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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When I am out in JC, I see tons of bikes in racks not being used and that will be for the electric car. There will be empty places not being used for electric cars while residents drive around the block always looking for parking.

Posted on: 5/16 23:37
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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Not at all, and it’s that thinking and perspective that’s in cityHall today that we’re working to educate. The fact of the matter is the discussions are already ongoing. A database exists and being built daily of driveways of both types. The idea is that just like parking on the street requires a sticker renewed yearly, the use of conforming yard space for EV approval, will require proof of registration and permit to do so. With the correct database once in place, if car is parked in a “Green Driveway” is not permitted, it will be tickets just the same. 1: more revenue for the city from violators. 2: more permit money for allowing these spaces and 3: a cleaner system.
As for the space, it will be deemed NONtransferable in a sale, new ownership would be same as old, they would need to show proof of active EV registration yearly to renew permit. If permit is not renewed or EV no longer exists at these homes, the curb is filled and given back to the street, simple as that.
As for the number of illegal cuts out there, it’s HIGH, and as the database continues to grow and the push for overall regulation progresses, all homes will someday be better monitored for unused curbs to restore them back to the street, thus allowing more folks who need cuts (and are approved) to have them..

It’s a streamlined and simple process and for the city to say for over 15yrs now “it’s complicated” rather than simply addressing the issue and setting some guidelines rather than a “1 size fits all” blanket statement/ordinance, this will begin to bring some order to the entire issue. Because 1 size does NOT fit all and as
the city see more of those growth, it’s time to be smart, be creative, own your problems and make a difference, rather than continue this path of 20yrs do nothing which is creating division in communities as more new comers come to the area and are more than willing to contribute $$ (registrations/permits etc) to the city’s coffers, which is a win for us all.

Posted on: 5/16 22:21
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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This is more about addressing an issue that’s continually ignored and getting the town nowhere doing so. What’s happening is setting up a database for recognition of all cuts throughout the neighborhoods so that unused and illegal can and will be filled in eventually. In the meantime promoting a move to EV will be through incentivizing those with approved and conforming space, allowance. The discussions are happening and all we’re trying to do is locate support and educate people on the movement and improvement to make this area more efficient/legal/sustainable and promote the “green” movement that the town is pushing the agenda for. MANY people could/would or should have their cuts removed being that they’re illegal. And this process is the first step in doing that so while several spots will be given back to street parking, several will open up to people for off-site parking since they have the space and are looking to make a switch to EV. The petition is online now and growing rapidly on change.org


They do need to enforce the laws against illegal curb cuts and fill them in alright, question is, how many new and legal curb cuts are going to take their place? I would hope we can keep that number small. I'm not so sure allowing someone to have a curb cut at their home is the right way to encourage electrical vehicle ownership, because whose to say they will always have an electric vehicle? Or if they move out, that the next person moving into that home will also have an electric vehicle? There are just too many moving parts with this. However, federal and state tax incentives for electric vehicles are definitely the right thing, easy to enforce and easy to take away for those who don't meet their requirements.

Posted on: 5/16 18:52
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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With the while poles for bike lanes, yes, the city said at a meeting those white poles protect bikers from on-coming traffic and now these electric stations, there will be less on-street parking.

Posted on: 5/16 18:31
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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This is more about addressing an issue that’s continually ignored and getting the town nowhere doing so. What’s happening is setting up a database for recognition of all cuts throughout the neighborhoods so that unused and illegal can and will be filled in eventually. In the meantime promoting a move to EV will be through incentivizing those with approved and conforming space, allowance. The discussions are happening and all we’re trying to do is locate support and educate people on the movement and improvement to make this area more efficient/legal/sustainable and promote the “green” movement that the town is pushing the agenda for. MANY people could/would or should have their cuts removed being that they’re illegal. And this process is the first step in doing that so while several spots will be given back to street parking, several will open up to people for off-site parking since they have the space and are looking to make a switch to EV. The petition is online now and growing rapidly on change.org

Posted on: 5/16 10:55
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Re: Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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Opening this board to raise awareness, feedback and support for the promoting of Electric Vehicle use over traditional gas. Jersey City is very actively pushing to become known for its proactive, sustainable, Eco-friendly stance on community. As the local government continue to push for a fully electric fleet by 2030, the bigger challenge is getting residents who need/use cars every day for work/life outside of immediate transportation options, we are working on gathering support for the amendment to curb cut/parking ordinances on all homes with conforming space off street.
The goal: to raise support of those who have conforming parking space, allowance for paid yearly registration/permitting (which makes the town tax money) so that if you purchase an electric Vehicle, you can apply for permit to park in your front driveway/carport allowing for charging. If a homeowner has conforming space for cars, and provides proof of active EV registration each year, for a fee, you will be allowed to use your space and receive curb cut.
This is very much needed to provide incentive for those to switch away from gas cars while allowing those with space, to charge and take 2-3 more cars off the street.
Registration of driveways with the town will also allow a database to be created, which ultimately allows the town to better identify and track legal and illegal spaces for better enforcement, restoration of curb where cuts are no longer valid as well as take in more permitting fees which is money for the town to support improvements.

The following page has been created on Facebook community to gather support for an upcoming petition and growing movement of support for a sustainable incentive that will take steps towards making Jersey City more Eco-friendly and better informed on improving the local parking ordinances that have been largly untouched for over 15years while growth continues at unprecedented pace.

Please LIKE/follow for updates as this movement progresses: https://www.facebook.com/JCEVparkin

Or search Facebook using “Jersey City EV Green Driveway”


While I like the idea of providing incentives to encourage more people to obtain electric cars instead of gas-powered ones, Jersey City has WAY too many curb cuts as it is. There has to be somehing else that can be done. The federal tax credit for buying an electric vehicle, for example, needs to be extended.

Posted on: 5/15 23:41
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Op Ed: Jersey City Cops Struggle with Low Pay and a High Cost of Living
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The harsh reality is that the mayor does not explain to residents that our city government is underpaying, hence undervaluing, members of our police force.

https://jcitytimes.com/op-ed-jersey-ci ... nd-a-high-cost-of-living/

Posted on: 5/14 15:53
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Re: Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American at WORD May 11
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Thanks so much for the response and enlightenment.
I was thinking strictly in a Jersey City vein. Sometimes locality is an all.
We all grew up hearing pasta fazool for pasta fagioli as well.
Such is life.

Posted on: 5/14 13:09
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Support for Electric Vehicle parking and curb cut
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Opening this board to raise awareness, feedback and support for the promoting of Electric Vehicle use over traditional gas. Jersey City is very actively pushing to become known for its proactive, sustainable, Eco-friendly stance on community. As the local government continue to push for a fully electric fleet by 2030, the bigger challenge is getting residents who need/use cars every day for work/life outside of immediate transportation options, we are working on gathering support for the amendment to curb cut/parking ordinances on all homes with conforming space off street.
The goal: to raise support of those who have conforming parking space, allowance for paid yearly registration/permitting (which makes the town tax money) so that if you purchase an electric Vehicle, you can apply for permit to park in your front driveway/carport allowing for charging. If a homeowner has conforming space for cars, and provides proof of active EV registration each year, for a fee, you will be allowed to use your space and receive curb cut.
This is very much needed to provide incentive for those to switch away from gas cars while allowing those with space, to charge and take 2-3 more cars off the street.
Registration of driveways with the town will also allow a database to be created, which ultimately allows the town to better identify and track legal and illegal spaces for better enforcement, restoration of curb where cuts are no longer valid as well as take in more permitting fees which is money for the town to support improvements.

The following page has been created on Facebook community to gather support for an upcoming petition and growing movement of support for a sustainable incentive that will take steps towards making Jersey City more Eco-friendly and better informed on improving the local parking ordinances that have been largly untouched for over 15years while growth continues at unprecedented pace.

Please LIKE/follow for updates as this movement progresses: https://www.facebook.com/JCEVparkin

Or search Facebook using “Jersey City EV Green Driveway”

Posted on: 5/14 3:46
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Re: Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American at WORD May 11
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Sure, and the book addresses the nomenclature. It actually just depended on where you settled and where you came from and how it translated. Gravy could mean all tomato sauce, it could mean the sauce on Sunday, or it may not have been a word used in that particular area. You probably know what sneakers, shopping bags, and soda are because you're from New Jersey, but in the midwest those would be tennis shoes, sacks, and pop.

Posted on: 5/13 15:36
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Re: PSE&G Supply Energy Question
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FYI for anyone looking to lock in a rate before kicking on your A/C this summer.

https://www.njenergyratings.com/ has a rate of $0.0123 kWh fixed for 3 months, which is a bit below what PSE&G is charging.

I haven't found a better rate yet.

If you have a commercial / house meter, take a look at your current rate. Commercial meters aren't as regulated and are subject to variable rate increases faster than residential meters.

For my house meter, the PSE&G rate is now 120% above my fixed rate (which expires soon).

Post here if you can find a natural gas rate under $0.50 per therm. I am seeing fixed rates well over $1 per therm. We are going back to the gas shortage prices back in the earl 00s!

Posted on: 5/13 15:03
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Re: Cunningham Asked About Director Shea During DWI Arrest
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Sen. Sandra Cunningham cleared of DWI one year after Jersey City crash

Prosecutors on Thursday dropped a drunken-driving charge against state Sen. Sandra Cunningham, ending a yearlong legal battle after she crashed into parked cars in her hometown of Jersey City last March. 

Cunningham was found guilty in Bergen County Superior Court of careless driving, however, and was ordered to pay a fine of $170, the court said. 

Her attorney, Michael Rubas, and prosecutor Linda Schwager did not immediately respond for comment Thursday. 

Cunningham, the third-ranking Democrat in the Senate, was driving a 2013 Infiniti on March 4, 2021, when she struck two parked cars on Culver Street. Police arrested Cunningham and charged her with driving while intoxicated and careless driving.   

https://www.northjersey.com/story/news ... city-nj-crash/9746726002/


Posted on: 5/13 1:33
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Re: Jersey City Planning Board rejects Exchange Place Redevelopment Plan
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Planning Board OKs Exchange Place Pedestrian Mall two weeks after rejecting it

The Jersey City Planning Board has approved plans to transform the area around iconic Katyn Monument into a Downtown pedestrian mall, just two weeks after rejecting the exact same plan.

On April 26, the planning board voted 6-0-1 against the Exchange Place Pedestrian Mall, which would sit on the eastern end of Montgomery Street from Hudson Street to the waterfront. Planning board members sided with about a dozen speakers who were concerned over safety and designs around the Katyn memorial.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/05/plan ... s-after-rejecting-it.html


Posted on: 5/12 15:50
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Mayor Folop statement on Abortion in Jersey City
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By Steven Fulo  -  This city in New Jersey will expand access to abortion | OpinionpLike many of you, I was appalled to learn the U.S. Supreme Court is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade, which will eliminate the constitutional right of women to control not only their bodies but also the future trajectory of their lives.As a husband, father and elected official, I understand that preserving and expanding access to abortion care is central to achieving true reproductive justice. I pledge to continue advocating for reproductive rights, including state and federal legislation codifying a woman’s ability to control her reproductive choices and bodily autonomy. And for the Jersey City residents who I serve, I also want to reaffirm my administration’s unequivocal commitment to lead this work through local programs and policies that support and expand access to sexual and reproductive health care.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2022/05/thi ... -to-abortion-opinion.html


Posted on: 5/12 15:28

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Bike JC’s Ward Tour returns Sun. June 5!
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The Jersey City Ward Tour is back on Sunday, June 5, 2022, at 11:00am. 2,000 Bikes. 15 Miles. 6 Wards. 1 Great Day in Jersey City!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW:


ABOUT THIS EVENT:

It's been three long years since the last one, but the Jersey City Ward Tour is coming back on Sunday, June 5, taking you (and 2,000 of our closest friends) on a tour of our great city.

FREE! This event is free and open to all, but we are also accepting donations to fund Bike JC's year-round work for better biking in JC. $5 is the suggested donation, but $0 is totally fine!

ROUTE: ridewithgps.com/routes/38744234

Start: City Hall - 280 Grove St., at Montgomery Street. Check-in begins at 9am, roll out at 11am.

End: Jersey City Jazz Festival, at 107 Morgan St.. Riders will find a bike parking area and great food, drink, and entertainment options there!

We’ll ride on streets (or sometimes on one side of a street) that are closed to motor-vehicle traffic by the Jersey City Police Department. Officers on bikes and in motor vehicles will escort us throughout the ride.

Finish Line: Jersey City Jazz Festival
We're excited to partner with the Jersey City Jazz Festival for this year's "Finish Line Festival!"

At the end of the Ward Tour route (at 107 Morgan St.), riders will find a bike parking area and great food, drink, and entertainment options there!

Live music and festivities are scheduled there from 12-6pm on Sunday, so you can catch the last 3 or 4 hours of it. The Jazz Fest is also running the previous day, Saturday, June 4, from noon till 8 p.m.

ALL RIDERS, OF ALL AGES, and even people who AREN'T riding, are welcome to join us at the end of the Tour, for this "Finish Line Festival."

NOTE: Bike parking outside Jazz Fest will be supervised, but is self-parking, not valet check-in/check-out, so YOU MUST BRING A LOCK if you want to park your bike there.

RIDE INFO:

Riders must be age 12 or older, and must wear helmets. (Younger children may be carried securely on an adult's bike in appropriate child seats, bakfiets buckets, trailers, tag-along attachments, etc.)

All riders must also be able to maintain a pace of approximately 10 mph. This is a fairly relaxed pace for an adult who bikes even occasionally. We also take some short breaks to catch a breath and to allow for smooth traffic control, and our one long break in Lincoln Park roughly at the halfway point, after the only steep uphill on the course (so you can just walk your bike up that hill if you want).

Please note that the Ward Tour is not timed, and it is not a race. In fact, we will strictly limit the front of the ride group to 10 mph.

But we must also emphasize: YOU MUST BE ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH THE GROUP, OR WE WILL HAVE TO ASK YOU TO CUT YOUR RIDE SHORT, as police re-open the streets to motor traffic behind us.

Also note, if you can’t keep up, if your bike quits on you, or if you simply want to drop out along the way, we will TRY to help you, but ultimately YOU are responsible for getting yourself home if need be. We will have marshals and others with mechanical skills in the pack, and at least one van following the tour to try to pick up riders. But this is not always possible. If you need to go home, please ride according to all traffic laws. You may be able to catch a light rail or PATH train to shorten your trip home.

We strongly recommend that you and everyone in your party do at least some bike riding in the weeks before the tour.

We do NOT rent or otherwise provide the bikes!

The tour rolls out at 11 a.m. SHARP, but you will need to pick up an official tour bib number before the start, 9:00–10:30 a.m. Details of number pickup will be announced separately.

We encourage you to dress up yourself and your bike colorfully!

RAIN OR SHINE:
PLEASE NOTE: The Ward Tour & Festival is officially a RAIN OR SHINE event. There is NO rain date.

We will ride June 5 even if it’s raining, in any weather that’s not dangerous, or simply cancel till next year for any that is (e.g. lightning, hail, very high winds, plague of frogs …). There will be no refunds, because it’s free! But if you give us the suggested $5 donation (or $5 million or whatever), those are non-refundable. And thank you!!

ABOUT US:
Bike JC is a citizen-based advocacy organization that aims to make Jersey City streets welcoming for bicyclists, by promoting bike-friendly policies, including bike lanes; and bicycle education.

We hope to see you June 5! With protected bike lanes spreading through Downtown, Journal Square, and surrounding neighborhoods—and proposals for other parts of the city up for public hearings—this is shaping up to be another banner year for biking in Jersey City. Come celebrate the victories with us—and let everyone know we need the great work to continue!

The Jersey City Ward Tour is presented by Bike JC in partnership with the City of Jersey City, Mayor Steven M. Fulop, the Jersey City Municipal Council, and the Office of Cultural Affairs, and through the generosity of our sponsors and the efforts of our volunteers.

VOLUNTEER:
We need your help making the event running smoothly: beforehand, at the start, during the ride, and at the finish. Sign up to volunteer here, or find more info here.

See you June 5!

#JCWardTour2022

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW:



NOTE: The 2022 Jersey City Ward Tour and the 2022 Jersey City Jazz Festival will both be held entirely outdoors.

Posted on: 5/12 11:01
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Music lovers, head to the cemetery: It’s time for ‘Pushin’ Up the Daisies’
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Music lovers, head to the cemetery: It’s time for ‘Pushin’ Up the Daisies’ | Testa

Published: May. 11, 2022, 5:15 p.m.
By Jim Testa | For The Jersey Journal

One day it’s warm. The next day it’s dank. Hopefully, the nudge Mother Nature needs to bring sunny, steady spring weather will arrive this weekend with the Pushin’ Up the Daisies fundraiser at the Historic Jersey City & Harsimus Cemetery.


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/05/musi ... up-the-daisies-testa.html

Posted on: 5/12 0:19
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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5/11/2022: A big box store but the Home Depot on rt 440 is packed with plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, and vegetables.

PS- yeah the rt 440 Farms guy finally sold his property to a developer. I think they were hounding him for years to sell.

Posted on: 5/12 0:15
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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Great place on 36 North in Hazlet.

Stupendous selection of all plants--Dutch and Olga's. Worth the trip--you won't be disappointed.

36N in Hazlet.

Vegetable plants $1.49, Flats $16.00

Posted on: 5/11 21:04
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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Don't know if you're looking for a flat or just individual plants, but there's a great shop at a corner of Jersey Avenue a block NORTH of the Holland Tunnel exit traffic. Bought some nice plants there last week-
(Can't remember the name of the place!)

Posted on: 5/11 20:58
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Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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My go to shop on JFK Blvd. is long gone and it looks like the place on Rt. 440 closed shop. Where do you buy plants these days. The big box stores are a bit pricey when it comes to something like a tomato plant.

Posted on: 5/11 19:21
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Re: Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American at WORD May 11
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I grew up Jersey City Italian in the fifties.

In our house it was always called gravy.

I don't know when this sauce stuff came around.

Posted on: 5/11 14:17
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