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Re: New business on Newark Ave/old 9 Lives space
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That's great!


Posted on: 2011/7/2 19:20
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Re: Gypsy Grill
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I had the Chicken Schwarma which I thought was incredibly salty.
Told the Owners Wife who was very nice and gave me another meal. She tasted the chicken herself and agreed and said she would adjust the recipe. Haven't been back to try again tho.
Nice people and good cheap eats.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 16:11
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Re: New Jersey & Gay Marriage
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Come on Governor Christie, I can't stand obese obnoxious Governors who favor policies that hurt most people but your base rich folk, but I don't want to take any rights away from you. You don't favor same sex marriage okay I get that, but that's YOUR opinion. I hate that the beliefs of some humans take rights away from others. Maybe they should outlaw divorce as well.

Congrats to those in NY State that have legislators and a Governor with courage and conscience.

The sooner we get rid of this giant blowhard in NJ the better I say.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 15:34
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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Brew... As I have answered They do not boot 1st time offense for anything except certain zones around the light rail stops and colleges and permit spaces... I hope this is what your looking for.. if not I guess i cant help, sorry.

I remember that post. Didnt it end with something like ,,",if anyone has a question please contact me"" and phone numbers or email did you contact her? email or phone the agency? I know of a few people , like me, who did. I have the answers to my questions....

Ask the agency that question why it doesnt show its books I have no answer for that...

Now i will do as 90% of the people on the JCList does I will assume an answer.....

I believe its not a public agency they dont answer to you or I. they are not elected as the JCBOE . barriers ? your joking Just request it and get the answer. I got it in march . it took a week or so. Its not hard...

I hope you are a stand up person to admit when you get the numbers that you are impressed . I was along with being shocked, I might add

Posted on: 2011/7/2 14:16
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Hudson County Register's son arrested for marijuana possession, Jersey City police say
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Hudson County Register's son arrested for marijuana possession, Jersey City police say

Published: Saturday, July 02, 2011, 3:05 AM
By Michaelangelo Conte/The Jersey Journal


The son of Hudson County Register Willie Flood has been arrested yet again and police say this time he had more than an ounce of suspected marijuana on him, court papers say.

Phillip T. Flood II, 33, of Wayne Street in Jersey City, allegedly had 1.2 ounces of marijuana when he was arrested Thursday in Jersey City, officials said.

He was charged with drug possession, possession with intent to distribute and possession with intent to distribute both near a park and near a school, according to the complaint, which also says he had drug packaging paraphernalia.

Phillip Flood appeared on the charges in Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey City yesterday via video link from Hudson County jail in Kearny.

Willie Flood resigned her seat on the Jersey City City Council in February to focus on her “personal health, family, and other responsibilities,” and she is apparently hospitalized.

In November, Phillip Flood was charged with aggravated assault and making terroristic threats after a school security guard told him he could not park at School 29’s Clerk Street annex, officials said.

The guard told police that Phillip Flood refused to move the car and said, “You don’t know me and my boys. I carry guns. I run this side of the street. You and the ‘po po’ can’t touch me,” reports said. He said Flood made a gesture suggesting he was armed, reports said.

In 2007, Flood II was charged with selling marijuana out of his mother’s Mercedes at Wayne and Barrow streets, and he was charged with offenses including dealing drugs within 1,000 feet of a school and within 500 feet of a park, reports said. The matter was later downgraded to municipal court.

In 2006, the state charged Phillip Flood with unlawfully collecting $13,000 in unemployment insurance and he paid back the money and entered a pretrial intervention program, officials said.

In early 2008, Willie Flood was inducted into Channel 5’s “Hall of Shame” after reporter Arnold Diaz aired an expose on her hiring her son as her council aide and as a data processor in the Register’s Office.

Phillip Flood gave up the $15,000 city job but kept the $40,000 county job, officials said, adding that he continues to hold the county post.



http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... nty_registers_son_ar.html

Posted on: 2011/7/2 14:04
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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jcresident0001 wrote:
brewster.... One ticket unpaid( maybe they didnt get the ticket) 2nd ticket unpaid ( forgot) maybe thats the rational. This isnt rocket science.. would you rather 5 unpaid??

Put in the correct public record request and get the numbers like the rest of us did . I guess you know the CEO, ask her for the rational on the 3 tickets


Are you deliberately refusing to understand my question? I am not challenging the perfectly sensible policy of booting scofflaws, only booting a car with zero outstanding tickets.

And why should a PUBLIC agency not have it's finances on it's website? The schools do, the Feds do. Barriers to information is so last century. No, I do not know her, she posted here, a bunch of platitudes and vague numbers defending her agency, so I asked for more details in the thread and she never posted again.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 13:49
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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Quote:

Charon wrote:
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teacher wrote:
If anyone in the history of NJ politics has earned a vacation its this man. Unions and all lazy government workers are killing this state and country. He is one reason to be thankful on
this 4th of July. God Bless.


You are consistent teacher. A consistent right wing jerk. It's people like George Bush taking this country into two wars that weren't paid for and then cutting taxes for the wealthy that has brought us to where we are. Unions aren't the issue, it's the Goldman Sachs', hedge funds, oil companies and defense contractors. They have profited off the pain of the poor and middle class.


Ah, nostalgia... It's as if I am again 18 and again sitting in "Scientific Communism" class in college...

It was nice to be 18.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 13:37
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Re: New Jersey & Gay Marriage
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It kills me to say this, but strategically it could be better for a republican governor to pass legislation or have legislation passed extending marriage to gays and lesbians.



It depends on a perspective. I couldn't care less which party will guarantee my freedoms, declared 235 years ago tomorrow and even written in the Constitution.

For me it is not a quest for political power and domination, - so the outcome is all I care about.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 13:28
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Re: New Jersey & Gay Marriage
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If it was as simple as "Tax Breaks", I'm not sure we'd be quite as interested in getting married in the first place. This goes way beyond taxes.

From the HRC website:

Rights and Protections Denied Same-Sex Partners
Because same-sex couples are denied the right to marry, same-sex couples and their families are denied access to the more than 1,138 federal rights, protections and responsibilities automatically granted to married heterosexual couples. Among those are:...


Oh, COME ON!

"The right to make decisions on a partner's behalf in a medical emergency"? You can take a piece of paper, write "I trust so-and-so to make a decision on my behalf in a medical emergency", notarize your signature for $3 and DONE.

The state merely recognizes marriage as a form of a contract that automatically includes medical trust, financial trust, will, and so on.

But it does not means that you can't make a contract with a partner without marriage that will include ALL those things.

You can't claim that married couple had more rights than un-married people just because the contracts they made have different names.



The ONLY, - ONLY - benefit that Government offers to a married couple that nobody else can get, - is difference in taxes, - and tax-related things, - like disability benefits and so on.

However, when the Government creates a privileged group endowed by special benefits, - one should fight against this very idea, - not for an inclusion in that privileged group.

The government should not be giving special benefits to married people over un-married one. There is no justification in that, period.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 13:18
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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brewster.... One ticket unpaid( maybe they didnt get the ticket) 2nd ticket unpaid ( forgot) maybe thats the rational. This isnt rocket science.. would you rather 5 unpaid??

Put in the correct public record request and get the numbers like the rest of us did . I guess you know the CEO, ask her for the rational on the 3 tickets

FAB you are making a mountain out of a mole hill..... registered owner responsible for vehicle.
enough with the what ifs what if they didnt get the driver what if the owner lent the car out STOP !! common sense here !! you buy the car you register the car you are responsible for the car!!!!! the tickets the accidents everything....
Go to court and listen to the BOOO HOOOs the crying is nuts!!!!

I wish JCPA followed in the PA of Hoboken.... There isnt these problems... They dont listen to the masses They have rules they enforce the rules Period!!!

Brightmoment---this was from the original article

Until now, this work was done by the city’s Parking Authority, according to Ward E Councilman Steven Fulop, who strenuously objected at last night’s council caucus to transferring the work to police.

“Is this where we want them (Jersey City police officers) devoting their time?” Fulop asked, adding that if cops have extra time on their hands maybe they could mow residents’ lawns as well.
I think Mr Fulop is a smart man , why stop money from coming in ?why spend more to get less done.....
why would you want cops doing this job , its beyond stupid!! pay cops who cost 3 to 4 times what the PEOs and supervisors cost. Thats not bright....... And I have to add, I ran into a few cops I know and was teasing them about becoming meter maids and maybe a spot on Parking Wars.... The answer I got was " Better shot at getting hit by a train on the ocean then cops doing that job effectivly "

Posted on: 2011/7/2 13:13
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Re: Gypsy Grill
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I got home at 2:30 last night and I was thrilled to see that Gypsy Grill was still open. It looked like it had a good friendly atmosphere, with the owner and some buds hanging out. Sure, I wish the new pizza place by the Grove PATH would stay open late on weekends, but this gives late-nighters a great option. Let's all support this place.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 12:42
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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I wonder if the Lt. Governor will also be away on vacation.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 12:30
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New business on Newark Ave/old 9 Lives space
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I was walking by the old Nine Lives space today and saw that there is a new business going in. I spoke with the owner, who was there working on it, and she said its going to be an arts/crafts place. She thinks they will open in mid-August.

I'm not sure if its a supply store, or a gallery type place that sells people's work, but either way this will be a great addition to the area. I wish her the best.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 11:46
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Re: Corner Of Pavonia and Newark (by Dickenson)
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When the accident happened there was about 4 cops standing around "supervising" the sidewalk work. they just watched the accident happen.

honestly they've been doing the sidewalk in this section for about a week now and it hasn't stopped people from running the sign or started the police doing something about the people running the sign. most mornings on my way to work i stand in front of the cop that just ignores it.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 10:40
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Re: Gypsy Grill
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Ordered last night - delivered in 20 minutes. Had the lamb kebab, taboule salad and dolma. All quite good. Really loved the dolma! Putting it in the speed dial.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 9:20
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Re: Hudson freeholders OK 2011 budget; tax levy nearly flat Jersey City, Hoboken, Bayonne & rises in...
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This is some bull.

Average is average, - it is the total sum, divided by the number of people who are paying it. It is not a range of numbers.

If the total increase is 10.3 million dollars, than "average from 8 to 15" means that they are not sure how many people pay real estate taxes, - like anywhere from 0.7 to 1.3 million.

What's wrong with them, - do they not know how many people are paying taxes, or did they forget all the arithmetic lessons?



Next, if 3.8% hike translates into 8-15 dollars increase, it means that the "average" property owner pays 209-392 in annual property taxes.

And, if the tax rate is 2.98%, it means that the average estimated value of the real estate property in Jersey City is between 7,000 and 13,000.

Really?

Posted on: 2011/7/2 9:00
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Re: Ferry from Downtown Jersey City to Long Island City, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, or DUMBO
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Every single form of transportation in the US is heavily subsidized in some way. There is simply no way for a fully private service to compete with subsidized roads and trains (and air for that matter).

I certainly can't get worked up about government subsidies for transit because just about the best thing a government can do for the economy is providing efficient transit solutions. The more easily and readily people can move around the better it is for just about every business and everyone's quality of life.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 7:45
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
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jcresident0001 wrote:
FAB........... So what you are saying is ......The PA come to your door waving a handful of tickets , you tell them it wasnt me it was BOB SMITH from 123 Main St . JC NJ they take that information and say Thanks FAB since you nominated him you are no longer responsible for these tickets and they go away? The PA then go to 123 Main st and there is no BOB SMITH there so they say Well FAB nominated BOB SMITH so it must be him and since there is no Mr Smith where FAB said into the shreaded the tickets go?? REALLY you have to be kidding!!

I just spoke with a Budget Car Rep and asked him " If I rent a car and a month from now after I returned it Budget Car company gets a FTA in the mail for a parking ticket that was issed to the car I Rented on the day I rented it , who has to pay for it. ANSWER>>>>>

Sir, whoever signed the rental aggreement and was the driver of record on the contract is legally responsible for the ticket even if another committed the violation...Its up to the renter of the vehicle to pay and if he didnt commit the violation he could get whoever the driver was to pay him back.

Sounds like the same to me, the registered owner of a vehicle is responsible for any violations even if he/she wasnt the driver. He/she could get whoever the driver was to pay him back.

Here is an informed, researched answer not an assumption.
Im sure there is someone on here that agrees with it , even though its not the popular explaination.

If the vehicle was sold the day before the boot the registered owner is still on the hook no matter what. There may be an arrest warrant issued once the vehicle was not recoverable . Future registerations may have a problem also.


How is it the registereed owner (rental company) can pass on the ticket yet another registered owner (private) can not ? If the rental agreement can pass on the ticket, then an affidavit (legal document) highlighting the driver at the time by the 'private' registered owner should also apply.

I would love to be a fly on the wall in a Court situation if this did happen........The Judge would be forced to agree with the affidavit and the JCPA would be forced to gather evidence to prove the affidavit was false. Like wise if the nominated driver was to provide an affidavit contrary to the owners affidavit, the JCPA would need to prove one was lying and had commited pergury via their statement on the affidavit............until then the vehicle can not be booted and held as extortion.
JCPA seem to want an 'easy' ride when booting and impounding vehicles.

I'd be happy to bet that if this scenario was presented in Court, the registered owner would get their car back without penalty and the JCPA forced to adhere to any affidavits presented to them when another driver is nominated.

PS. I wouldn't put to much legal faith in a Budget rep - Their job doesn't require a lot of IQ points !


I don't think JCPA needs to care. They can hit up the registered owner for any fines. The registered owner can collect from the driver through small claims or credit card on file.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 5:23
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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Charon wrote:
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teacher wrote:
If anyone in the history of NJ politics has earned a vacation its this man. Unions and all lazy government workers are killing this state and country. He is one reason to be thankful on
this 4th of July. God Bless.


You are consistent teacher. A consistent right wing jerk. It's people like George Bush taking this country into two wars that weren't paid for and then cutting taxes for the wealthy that has brought us to where we are. Unions aren't the issue, it's the Goldman Sachs', hedge funds, oil companies and defense contractors. They have profited off the pain of the poor and middle class.


Christie is doing what he was elected to do - balance NJ's budget.

As for the other crap, so convenient to blame everyone but ourselves. Today's mess is more down to government meddling in home ownership, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, giving people cheap/free lines of credit through their homes, then killing that by scapegoating the lenders. Consumers have always helped the US spend our way out of recessions. With Dodd-Frank, Volcker, and other punitive banking measures we've cut ourselves off at the knees this time.

Public employees will feel pain like everyone else, when there isn't the revenues and taxes to pay the bills. Get over it.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 5:08
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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jcresident0001 wrote:
FAB........... So what you are saying is ......The PA come to your door waving a handful of tickets , you tell them it wasnt me it was BOB SMITH from 123 Main St . JC NJ they take that information and say Thanks FAB since you nominated him you are no longer responsible for these tickets and they go away? The PA then go to 123 Main st and there is no BOB SMITH there so they say Well FAB nominated BOB SMITH so it must be him and since there is no Mr Smith where FAB said into the shreaded the tickets go?? REALLY you have to be kidding!!

I just spoke with a Budget Car Rep and asked him " If I rent a car and a month from now after I returned it Budget Car company gets a FTA in the mail for a parking ticket that was issed to the car I Rented on the day I rented it , who has to pay for it. ANSWER>>>>>

Sir, whoever signed the rental aggreement and was the driver of record on the contract is legally responsible for the ticket even if another committed the violation...Its up to the renter of the vehicle to pay and if he didnt commit the violation he could get whoever the driver was to pay him back.

Sounds like the same to me, the registered owner of a vehicle is responsible for any violations even if he/she wasnt the driver. He/she could get whoever the driver was to pay him back.

Here is an informed, researched answer not an assumption.
Im sure there is someone on here that agrees with it , even though its not the popular explaination.

If the vehicle was sold the day before the boot the registered owner is still on the hook no matter what. There may be an arrest warrant issued once the vehicle was not recoverable . Future registerations may have a problem also.


How is it the registereed owner (rental company) can pass on the ticket yet another registered owner (private) can not ? If the rental agreement can pass on the ticket, then an affidavit (legal document) highlighting the driver at the time by the 'private' registered owner should also apply.

I would love to be a fly on the wall in a Court situation if this did happen........The Judge would be forced to agree with the affidavit and the JCPA would be forced to gather evidence to prove the affidavit was false. Like wise if the nominated driver was to provide an affidavit contrary to the owners affidavit, the JCPA would need to prove one was lying and had commited pergury via their statement on the affidavit............until then the vehicle can not be booted and held as extortion.
JCPA seem to want an 'easy' ride when booting and impounding vehicles.

I'd be happy to bet that if this scenario was presented in Court, the registered owner would get their car back without penalty and the JCPA forced to adhere to any affidavits presented to them when another driver is nominated.

PS. I wouldn't put to much legal faith in a Budget rep - Their job doesn't require a lot of IQ points !

Posted on: 2011/7/2 5:07
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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Charon, you are wasting your time trying to talk sense to this hateful moron

Posted on: 2011/7/2 2:18
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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jcresident0001 wrote:
Brewster ... Im sorry but I think you missed my point of an earlier post....1st time booting is for Permit locations by the lightrail stops ,the downtown stop on Essex St, C. C. Drive from Marin to the water and a few other streets designated as 1st time areas due to commuters ,Out of Towners, vehicles on JC streets and hit the ferry and trains. There are also streets by the colleges ,NJCU and ST Peters . There is NO 1st time booting for anything else....

Scoflaw is the 3 FTAs and the Boot.


Maybe 3rd time's the charm here too, I'll give it a go: Please explain why "3rd unpaid ticket and you're booted" does not solve the problem of chronic scofflaw parkers EVEN IN THOSE ZONES as well as 1st time booting. Worst case is they park twice, ignore the tickets, and never do it again for fear of getting booted. Mission accomplished! And without booting an ignorant visitor or new resident and sending them on a frantic trip to the Heights, unless they've gotten one of the new "phone boots".

Since it sounds like you're a real student of the JCPA, do you know where a financial report of our "public" agency can be found? Certainly not on it's website or the city's. Does one need to file a FOIA? Mary claims they make money for the city, as opposed to being in the red as was the case back when, but when I asked her for numbers I got no response.

Posted on: 2011/7/2 0:05
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Re: 65 firefighter candidates begin orientation after Jersey City is granted $8.1M
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Look after the cops and firey's and have them all vote for you will get you re-elected. Dumping cityhall staff has no consequence. Healy knows that all the potential voters of JC, don't vote !
Healy is a dumb-ass when it comes to running a city, but an expert when getting votes !

Posted on: 2011/7/1 23:47
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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Quote:

teacher wrote:
If anyone in the history of NJ politics has earned a vacation its this man. Unions and all lazy government workers are killing this state and country. He is one reason to be thankful on
this 4th of July. God Bless.


You are consistent teacher. A consistent right wing jerk. It's people like George Bush taking this country into two wars that weren't paid for and then cutting taxes for the wealthy that has brought us to where we are. Unions aren't the issue, it's the Goldman Sachs', hedge funds, oil companies and defense contractors. They have profited off the pain of the poor and middle class.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 22:50
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Re: Ferry from Downtown Jersey City to Long Island City, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, or DUMBO
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The privatley owned and funded ferry service on the East River didn't work out financially for the ferry owner. So somehow they get the NYC government to subsidize them (A.K.A. bailing them out). So they start this new version of East River service with government funding supporting it. Then they want to advertise this subsidized service as expanding in some manner to include stops in NJ.

Sounds like a back door way for them to later argue that NJ government should also be chipping into the subsidization.

Thanks but no thanks, keep your boondoggle ferry service. It's just like the monorails they built in Shelbyville and North Haverbrook.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 22:09
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Re: Ferry from Downtown Jersey City to Long Island City, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, or DUMBO
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Just don't see the consistent demand for this route with fuel prices what they are?? Does anyone think there is enough daily demand to justify cost with fuel prices where they are?

Posted on: 2011/7/1 21:50
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Re: Jersey City Council to debate letting cops boot, tow vehicles
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[url=http://www.jerseycityindependent.com/2011/06/29/jersey-citys-plan-to-use-jcpd-to-round-up-parking-ticket-scofflaws-hits-bump-in-the-road/Jersey City’s Plan to Use JCPD to Round Up Parking Ticket Scofflaws Hits Bump in the Road[/url]


Scofflaws have never been a priority. I moved to JC in '82 and in '84 The 1st new bar in years was opened by the President of the Tavern's Assn., called JC Winston's. The Mngr of said place was walked out in handcuffs one day as she had run up over $14,000+ in parking tickets when tickets were $10. This was before zoned parking permits and there were many who'd park in JC downtown, go to NYC and pay the ticket which was cheaper thaan parking in NYC!

So how many years did it take that person to accumulate 14k+ in tickets? Was there no NJ state law that prescribed writing it off the books after 3 yrs.?

I think Councilman Fulop's idea of folding the JCPA into the Police Dept. is an excellent idea resulting in savings for the City, more revenue without territorial disputes and a continuing erosion of patronage jobs and nepotism and thus more transparency in government. Not to mention the end to buying buildings worth less than market price, in fact bought at a premium, (was owner of bldg a crony or political pay-to-play donor?), approved by the council with only Fulop, I believe, voting against this waste of taxpayer's monies as they didn't want to spend the $500 for a new assessment which would of course pointed out their wasteful or purposeful intent. In addition the Post office is the only tenant besides the JCPA and not guaranteed to renew their lease amidst national closure of smaller post offices.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 20:38
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Re: 65 firefighter candidates begin orientation after Jersey City is granted $8.1M
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right on Adonis, Healy will buy as many votes as possible until his end. Government employees have it way too good. Too much money and benees with little fear of getting axed.
Any conservative Rep/Tea Party folks in the town?

Posted on: 2011/7/1 20:24
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Re: With the budget wrapped up, Christie said he is leaving this weekend for a two-week family vacation.
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If anyone in the history of NJ politics has earned a vacation its this man. Unions and all lazy government workers are killing this state and country. He is one reason to be thankful on
this 4th of July. God Bless.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 20:21
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Re: Another 40 municipal employees are laid off in Jersey City
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MDM wrote:
Until the costs of salaries, overtime, and benefits (insurance, pensions) is addressed in regards to the fire and police departments, Jersey City will remain fiscally unsound.


+1

Sad that other municipal employees need to be furloughed and laid off so Police and Fire can get increases and other benefits. There is no shared sacrifice here. The cops whine and Healy caves.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 20:17
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