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Re: Salvage materials
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Yessss! This is exactly what I am looking for. Thanks!

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Re: Jersey City wins public information award at League of Municipalities convention
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Yes, and much that was blacked out happened at last years Municipality Conference in Atlantic City.

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Yvonne wrote:
Does anyone remember Terrance McDonald's article on Fulop's calendar? Nearly everything was black out. Where was the transparency then?

Posted on: Today 13:39
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Re: Salvage materials
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Posted on: Today 13:19
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Re: Salvage materials
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The place in Millburn was within yards of the spot where the British Army made their northern most advance in the Revolutionary War, btw. I'm looking for the name of the place in Randolph that recycles the kind of stuff you're looking for and will post the name when I find it.

Posted on: Today 13:08
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Re: Jersey City wins public information award at League of Municipalities convention
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Does anyone remember Terrance McDonald's article on Fulop's calendar? Nearly everything was black out. Where was the transparency then?

Posted on: Today 13:05
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Mike Tyson scheduled to appear at Jersey City function with Jim McGreevey
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Mike Tyson scheduled to appear at Jersey City function with Jim McGreevey: The Auditor

By The Auditor | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
November 23, 2014 at 9:45 AM

Back in April, Jersey City’s Employment and Training Program conference on prisoner re-entry brought in former NBA star Jayson Williams — convicted of assault for the accidental shooting death of his chauffeur — as a guest.

The Auditor has learned that next April, the conference will feature a discussion with an even more famous – and more notorious – athlete: Mike Tyson.

Former Gov. Jim McGreevey, who runs the program, confirmed Tyson’s attendance to The Auditor.

“Mike’s story is compelling. His early childhood, his success. But it’s also his time grappling with his own challenges in life,” McGreevey said.

Read more:
http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... cgreevey_the_auditor.html

Posted on: Today 12:44
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Re: Jersey City wins public information award at League of Municipalities convention
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For those who have some tech skills and would like to push JC government even more transparent, please join us!

http://openjerseycity.org/
http://www.meetup.com/Open-JC/

Posted on: Today 12:02
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Re: The Coffee Shop near Grove PATH
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Went there this morning and had an egg, cheese & taylor ham sandwich on a kaiser roll. Aside from being a heart attack waiting to happen it was quite good. The coffee was good but not quite hot enough. I think they are still working out a lot of logistical kinks but it was nice not to have to wait in a long starbucks line and pray that a table was available.

Posted on: Today 11:47
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Project Greenville open to submissions for annual Winter Wonderland weekend
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Posted on: Today 11:27
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Re: Wheels gone and car left on blocks in Jersey City
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I hope he had wheel and tire insurance.

Posted on: Today 11:05
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Re: NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
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nyrgravey9 wrote:
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jcman420 wrote:
Wow. The NY Times giving an actual, non-backhanded compliment to Jersey City. Didn't think it was possible, but it's good to see.

I was starting to think the Times couldn't publish a supposedly positive article about Jersey City's ascension without beginning it with something like: "Long considered the armpit of the universe..."


Steve spends a lot of money and calls in a lot of favors from his I Banking days to get these articles written, Ya know....


No I didn't, but so what? Good publicity for JC, not just DTJC. Had Healy called on his friends where would a similar article appear - AA Newsletter? The Journal of Naked Step Sitting?

Posted on: Today 10:34
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Re: Salvage materials
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You might try eBay. They often have vintage kitchen cabinets for local pick-up. Depending on how far you're willing to drive, you might find something.

Posted on: Today 10:22
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Re: Salvage materials
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HamiltonParker wrote:
Have you tried Amighini?
http://www.amighini.net


Yes I have been here to shop for clients but I don't want to invest this type of money in my 1960's colonial town house LOL. Also the last time I was there they did not have any kitchen cabinets from the 60's. Thanks!

Posted on: Today 10:00
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Re: Salvage materials
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I am looking for cabinetry and windows from the the 1960's . I work from home most times and use one of my spare bedrooms as an office and need more storage space. I would like the storage space to match the era of the house. I found a Salvage spot in Milburn yesterday and it was OK, some nice pieces, but they mostly had furniture. I am looking for 1960's kitchen cabinets or windows that I can make into cabinets. Something like this would be ideal!!!!!
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I would even settle for something like this 3 or more of themResized Image
, just remove the legs and make it a wall cabinet

Posted on: Today 9:55
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Re: NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
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jcman420 wrote:
Wow. The NY Times giving an actual, non-backhanded compliment to Jersey City. Didn't think it was possible, but it's good to see.

I was starting to think the Times couldn't publish a supposedly positive article about Jersey City's ascension without beginning it with something like: "Long considered the armpit of the universe..."


Steve spends a lot of money and calls in a lot of favors from his I Banking days to get these articles written, Ya know....

Posted on: Today 9:45
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Re: What to Know About New Executive Action on Immigration Reform
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Reverting back to the norm???? Illegal entry is the norm.... and after all the recent amnesties (SP) the politicians let them stay with the promise they will harden the borders and this will never happen again. It is great to issue an EO but without a financial plan in place to accommodate people, the burden shifts to the cities and towns. As someone pointed out, it will not be the rich communities of NJ bearing most of the pain. The problem is that this administration has been so dishonest to its citizens and taxpayers on so many issues, you can't trust them to follow through on this amnesty EO.



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SRhia wrote:
There may be a temporary higher influx of illegals, but I believe over time, it'll just revert back to the norm.

Granting amnesty is not new. It was done about 20 years ago or so (I forgot the exact year), but it was similar - the illegal will have to be here a certain number of years to qualify (and some other restrictions too).

And don't forget, besides amnesty, there are other ways to become legal too. Therefore, I don't believe the amnesty will bring in higher influx for the long term.

So, this is not new, and in another 20 years or so, there will probably be another amnesty. I just don't understand why this is such a big deal now - all political postering and such I guess.

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Monroe wrote:
Who knows, they're packing and getting ready to leave from Honduras, Mexico, and other points south.

Posted on: Today 8:49
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Re: What to Know About New Executive Action on Immigration Reform
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We don't have enough money to educate our own kids, and now we have to hurt our kids to educate children from other countries?

http://nypost.com/2014/11/23/city-sch ... ll-2350-migrant-children/

Posted on: Today 7:29
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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groovlstk wrote:
Good to see JCList's resident child care expert once again rushing to judge.

A few more comments back and forth and it will be safe for you to trot out the usual complaints whenever a child dies or is injured (i.e., how they pick all the flowers around the neighborhood and no one complains yet god forbid your dog poops on the sidewalk (the injustice!), they are all overindulged and overparented, etc.

Your class act hasn't changed much over the years.



Sounds like a typical parental response, "It's not about the kid, it's about me being judged!" The mom effed up and let the kid go into a dangerous area. Yes, the Mom is a dummy.

Posted on: Today 5:22
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Re: Wheels gone and car left on blocks in Jersey City
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Why doesn't the cops get a Honda with the wheels these ass-wipes like stealing - I'm sure insurance co's would love to participate as would a dealer or two who have had wheels stolen from their yard.

Call it operation fred flintstone

Posted on: Today 4:54
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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borisp wrote:

Sorry, pal, you are misinformed. We are becoming that country very fast. Our President routinely suspends the laws and changes who they apply to, from "obamacare" to immigration laws. This is the power no English-speaking ruler had since Magna Carta. Not even the monarch!




Sorry, pal, it is you who is misinformed. There were no English speaking rulers until a good 600 years after the Magna Carta and none before. Really shows you know what you're talking about.

Posted on: Today 0:32
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Re: fire suppression system or fire sprinkler system
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If you're feeling brave, you could request an inspection from the city fire inspector.

Posted on: Today 0:23
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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papadage wrote:
What does that have to to with the topic, bigot? We are in Jersey City, in the US, and not in a third world country run by a dictatorial junta that is pushing people into following religious zealots, ...


Sorry, pal, you are misinformed. We are becoming that country very fast. Our President routinely suspends the laws and changes who they apply to, from "obamacare" to immigration laws. This is the power no English-speaking ruler had since Magna Carta. Not even the monarch!

And, yes, we ARE pushing people into following religious zealots, like Maryland county offers churches tax breaks for politically correct sermons


Posted on: Yesterday 23:34
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Re: NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
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jcman420 wrote:
Wow. The NY Times giving an actual, non-backhanded compliment to Jersey City. Didn't think it was possible, but it's good to see.

I was starting to think the Times couldn't publish a supposedly positive article about Jersey City's ascension without beginning it with something like: "Long considered the armpit of the universe..."
well, for some people, armpits are the cat's meow

Posted on: Yesterday 23:30
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Re: NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
#49
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Wow. The NY Times giving an actual, non-backhanded compliment to Jersey City. Didn't think it was possible, but it's good to see.

I was starting to think the Times couldn't publish a supposedly positive article about Jersey City's ascension without beginning it with something like: "Long considered the armpit of the universe..."

Posted on: Yesterday 23:14
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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Good to see JCList's resident child care expert once again rushing to judge.

A few more comments back and forth and it will be safe for you to trot out the usual complaints whenever a child dies or is injured (i.e., how they pick all the flowers around the neighborhood and no one complains yet god forbid your dog poops on the sidewalk (the injustice!), they are all overindulged and overparented, etc.

Your class act hasn't changed much over the years.

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Vigilante wrote:
Sounds like the mother's fault.

Posted on: Yesterday 23:14
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NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
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Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus

The New York Times
By TAMMY LA GORCENOV. 22, 2014

On a warm Saturday in Jersey City last month, the siren call of the sofa and cable television was probably a bit muted for many residents.

Filipino and Diwali festivals coexisted a mile apart on Newark Avenue and Exchange Place. In front of City Hall, the local L.G.B.T. organization, Hudson Pride, gathered for its annual festival. At the Culinary Arts Institute of Hudson County Community College, the scent of shellfish and saffron wafted from the New Jersey Paella Festival. Even the local cemetery, a few blocks from the Pride Festival, was hopping: 1,000 people, some in Halloween costumes, frolicked in front of a makeshift stage, where eight local bands were performing.

The cultural rise of Jersey City, the state’s second-most-populous city, which many might say accelerated after the 2008 revival of the Grove Street PATH station, was on full display.

Among residents like Anthony Vito Susco, who organized “Ghost of Uncle Joe’s,” the annual fund-raiser at the Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery, the bonanza of events has come to seem normal for this city of more than 250,000 people.

“Since I’ve lived here, Jersey City has been this flower blossoming, with people saying it’s becoming the sixth borough,” said Mr. Susco, the owner of Dancing Tony Productions, an event planning company. “Every year the flower gets closer and closer to opening.”

Read more:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/23/nyr ... -a-new-colossus.html?_r=0

Posted on: Yesterday 21:57
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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Sounds like the mother's fault.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:08
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Re: fire suppression system or fire sprinkler system
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Building codes governing the installation and maintenance of sprinkler systems are complex and extensive. Hard to say what the exact requirements for your building are without knowing the specifics of the situation. Perhaps you've already done this but I would definitely consult with a fire protection engineer prior to doing any work on the system. In fact any modification or work to the existing sprinkler system will require an engineer's sign off and it would be advisable to bring someone in to properly assess the problem early on. Definitely don't rely solely on the word of a contractor.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:06
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Re: Wheels gone and car left on blocks in Jersey City
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Always need wheel locks in a diverse city =(

Posted on: Yesterday 19:54
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Re: Historic Downtown Jersey City among nation's most expensive neighborhoods for renters: report
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Roommates, hardest working, 720 Sq. Ft. All this for thousands of dollars. Sounds like a shore house in July. A fool and their money soon part.

Posted on: Yesterday 19:43
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