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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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Do the words "influence peddling" mean anything to you?

By the way, I didn't catch the name of the developer YOU work for...

And, as regards to developers responsible for green space, please point out to me the green spaces the developers have set aside down at Newport.


1. My point in my original post was about the importance of this topic versus the "influence peddling" and outright political corruption that takes place regularly in this City and is overlooked. There must be 100 better examples of this otherwise we would be living in a much more efficient City. This particular case seems like an easy target, without any proven direct consequences only a vague paranoia that Ms. Pignatario may have some personal interest in the Silverman's projects.

2. I assure you I do not work for a developer. I am however concerned about global warming and was relieved to see that there was a conference for Jersey City that would focus on solutions to this issue. This really should be of interest to anyone who is well read and understands the issues... Or is all of this City too caught up in mud throwing and finger pointing to work together and find solutions to this??

3. Who said developers were responsible for green space? This is exactly the opposite of what I was saying. My point is that there are very few developers that DO seem to care about anything other than building cheap, cookie-cutter condo's (ie: Newport). I am happy that the Silverman's were willing to help support this event and that they are progressive enough to take the lead on this issue, they didn't have to and because of all of this bad press they may not again.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 15:20
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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If anyone would like to explain a point of view that is a little bit more in depth and less vague than "it stinks" or "it's too cozy" I would be happy to hear it.


Do the words "influence peddling" mean anything to you?

By the way, I didn't catch the name of the developer YOU work for...

And, as regards to developers responsible for green space, please point out to me the green spaces the developers have set aside down at Newport.

Thanks in advance.

-M

Posted on: 2007/1/17 14:30
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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Again, I say who cares if they are trying to sell condos, that is what they do. No secret there. And at least they are trying to make an effort - marketing angle or not I am glad that they are thinking along the lines of being more environmentally friendly. We have a serious number of buildings going up in a 10 year period and these building will be around for 50+ years. I am happy that at least a few of them are with it enough to think about energy efficiency and recycled/eco friendly materials. The comment that there is no green space around the property is silly - I mean, isn't Scroeder Lofts just a block away from Hamilton Park??

From the short time that I have been in JC I can see how easily city officials make it for developers to define our neighborhoods as well as how lazy and inefficent our city offices are. I do support Civic JC & Mr. Fulop for attempting to help turn this around by introducing the Pay to Play Reform.

But this not what we are talking about - and I guess I am still not sure why it matters that the press secretary to the mayor (who makes no decisions on legislation, ordinances, etc.) is working with a developer? Especially if there is no law or secrets about it. If anyone would like to explain a point of view that is a little bit more in depth and less vague than "it stinks" or "it's too cozy" I would be happy to hear it.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 14:20
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Re: Greenville: Cop hurt during chase to grab 'drug dealer' - Bloods street gang member.
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Do you think it raised eyebrows when he said;

Bond,

James Bond!

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Officers saw Alonzo Burch, 42, aka "James Bond," of Union Street in Jersey City, pick up a large batch of suspected marijuana in a parking lot at the Arlington Gardens Public Housing Complex, reports said.


Interesting nick-name. Is he more of a Sean Connery or Roger Moore?

Posted on: 2007/1/17 10:25
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Re: Greenville: Cop hurt during chase to grab 'drug dealer' - Bloods street gang member.
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Quote:

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Officers saw Alonzo Burch, 42, aka "James Bond," of Union Street in Jersey City, pick up a large batch of suspected marijuana in a parking lot at the Arlington Gardens Public Housing Complex, reports said.


Interesting nick-name. Is he more of a Sean Connery or Roger Moore?

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:56
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Re: Support Redevelopment Pay to Play Reform
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The proposed ordinance was not on the agenda for the Jan 10 councilmeeting. Council President Vega advised that he referred it to the Corporation Council for review and that it would then be placed on the January 24th agenda.

For those who have not done so already, please show support and contact your council person, the three at large and Mayor Healy.

Thank you, Dan

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:51
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Re: In Hoboken, high hopes are in slow-mo ( Hoboken's West Side tries to follow Jersey City's lead )
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I find that last sentence very interesting -- I get tired of all the posters on both side of this issue saying this or that without any facts -- I would love to have the actual non-skewed facts about abatements!

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New York City tax abatements are typically offered for five years and the recipient pays little taxes on the property.

Meanwhile, in Jersey City, tax abatements are issued for 20 to 30 years. The recipient pays substantially more in "payments in lieu of taxes" and the city's cut is substantially more than it would be under traditional taxes, which must be divvied up with schools and the county.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:47
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NJCU graduate business classes debut on the waterfront
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NJCU graduate business classes debut on the waterfront

COTTON DELO -- JOURNAL STAFF -- 1/17

Evening classes for New Jersey City University's graduate business program started yesterday at a new facility in the Harborside Financial Center, 286 Washington St., Jersey City.

The new location was selected with an eye toward attracting business people employed by banking, securities, real estate and economic outfits on the waterfront.

Students in the program do coursework toward master's of science degrees in accounting and finance, and many of the requirements can be satisfied online to accommodate work schedules.

"Most of our graduate students already are working in the field, and they've come so that they can advance in the field or just for their own information - to grow intellectually," said Dr. Sandra Bloomberg, dean of the college of professional studies.

Bloomberg says enrollments are up since last spring when graduate courses were still held on the NJCU campus - from 70 to 115 - and the move should make them more attractive to the 30,000 residents of Downtown Jersey City.

Ultimately, she hopes the site will become a multidisciplinary host of music and art seminars and workshops - as well as weekend programs.

For information on the program, call (201) 200-3321.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:23
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In Hoboken, high hopes are in slow-mo ( Hoboken's West Side tries to follow Jersey City's lead )
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In Hoboken, high hopes are slow-mo

Jersey Journal - Jan 17

Hoboken's Monroe Center, on the 700 block of Monroe Street, is finally getting off the ground, albeit much slower than most officials expected.

The site's first visible commercial ground-floor tenant - the restaurant Shades of Hoboken - opened its doors shortly before the new year, marking the first upscale eating establishment to set up shop on the city's west side.

Besides a $75 Kobe beef steak, the restaurant boasts free parking in the rear and live music seven days a week, says head chef Larry Kemet.

But like all restaurants, Shades of Hoboken needs a successful first year and it does not appear to be getting help from the developments in the area, including the Monroe Center.

I attended a groundbreaking last May for the proposed 435 condos, but the dream of a mixed-use centerpiece for the neighborhood has yet to really move forward since Mayor David Roberts and others flipped ceremonial dirt.

"It's pre-construction certainly, but we are moving ahead, determined to produce a superior product in that neighborhood," said Michael Turner, spokesman for Monroe Center Development.

Nearby, the 128-unit Velocity is also moving slower than expected, dragged down by the repeated breaking of windows at the construction site.

The good news, said Kemet, is business has been good at nights, especially on the weekends.

"We are getting a lot of neighborhood people and the band is bringing people in," said Kemet. "When I went up to Washington Street to eat, I never picked a place. I would just eat where I could park, so it's a plus we have free parking available."

Rumors are swirling that entertainment behemoths Disney and Viacom are considering leasing office space in Jersey City after New York City rents soared.

These billion-dollar entertainment companies would be a welcome addition to the city's office market, providing job diversity to a market that's flooded with companies from the financial sector, not too mention a little corporate prestige. .

New York City officials recently made some changes to their "421A" tax abatement program that officials on this side of the river should take a hard look at.

Recognizing there's little need to spark development on some of the most lucrative land in the city, Big Apple politicos are now requiring developers to include a large percentage of affordable housing in order to receive the tax carrot, while continuing the more liberal abatement program in areas of the city that still need a push.

If this sounds familiar, it should.

New York City tax abatements are typically offered for five years and the recipient pays little taxes on the property.

Meanwhile, in Jersey City, tax abatements are issued for 20 to 30 years. The recipient pays substantially more in "payments in lieu of taxes" and the city's cut is substantially more than it would be under traditional taxes, which must be divvied up with schools and the county.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:20
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Greenville: Cop hurt during chase to grab 'drug dealer' - Bloods street gang member.
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Greenville: Cop hurt during chase to grab 'drug dealer'

MICHAELANGELO CONTE - JOURNAL STAFF - 1/17

A Jersey City police officer was injured Monday night when he tried to arrest an alleged drug dealer and Bloods street gang member, officials said.

Responding to a tip that a Bloods street gang was trying to set up shop near Arlington Park, police went to the area Monday night, officials said.

Officers saw Alonzo Burch, 42, aka "James Bond," of Union Street in Jersey City, pick up a large batch of suspected marijuana in a parking lot at the Arlington Gardens Public Housing Complex, reports said.

When they approached Burch, he took off running north on Garfield Avenue, reports said.

Officer Dwayne Dowell chased on foot and got a hand on Burch. But Burch allegedly grabbed the officer's hand and twisted it, causing Dowell to fall and suffer a deep cut on his left elbow, reports said. Burch fell, too, but got up and kept running, tossing bags of suspected marijuana as he ran, reports said.

Burch was finally captured at Westervelt Place and Cornelison Avenue at 10:10 p.m. and charged with aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and several weapons and drug distribution charges, police reports said.

Burch served time in prison from June 20, 2003 to March 8, 2005 for drug possession with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of school property, state corrections officials said.

Dowell was treated at the Jersey City Medical Center for his injuries, reports said.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:18
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Affordable housing measure stalls on developer resistance
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Affordable housing measure stalls on developer resistance

KEN THORBOURNE - JOURNAL STAFF - 1/17

A proposal to force developers in Jersey City to spend more money on affordable housing is on hold - for now.

The measure, which was scheduled to be considered by the Planning Board last month, was yanked from the agenda after wind of the proposal prompted a deluge of phone calls from developers to city officials.

"We'll be meeting with groups of developers in the next few weeks to dispel the fears," said Housing and Economic Development Corp. Director Barbara Netchert, one of several city officials who said their phones have been ringing off the hook.

The catalyst for this onslaught is an amendment to the city's Master Plan written by HEDC supervising planner Doug Greenfeld. Written in response to new state standards for creating affordable housing, the crux of the proposal would require developers to include one affordable unit in their project for every eight market-rate units they build.

To meet fractional obligations - for instance a third of a unit - the developer would have the option of rounding the number up to the nearest whole and building the unit on site with city assistance, or paying into an affordable housing trust fund at the rate of $250,000 per unit.

Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy said the city is still formulating an overall affordable housing plan, but is concerned Greenfeld's proposal could inhibit development.

"When you put a toll on the road like that you might not get the investors," Healy said. "Whatever we come up with has to keep alive affordable housing, but also keep alive the great renaissance that's happened in this city."

Eugene Paulino, a prominent real estate attorney in the city, agreed.

"The difficulty is that the numbers proposed will severely impact developers and cause projects that would be constructed to be abandoned on the drawing board," Paulino said. "I know that is true with a number of developers I've discussed this with."

Greenfeld's proposal piggybacks on guidelines recently announced by the state's Coalition on Affordable Housing, an agency that establishes minimal affordable housing goals for each municipality.

Currently, tax-abated builders who choose not to include affordable housing in their developments pay $1,500 into an affordable housing trust fund for every market-rate unit they build. This fund is now up to $6 million, city officials said.

Denise Booker, Jersey City chapter president for the community group ACORN, called it "unfortunate" the housing amendment was pulled from Planning Board's agenda.

"In essence what's happening is they (city officials) want to turn Jersey City into another Hoboken, which would be unaffordable," she said.

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also in the Journal
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Final vote Jan. 24 on 10-foot setback rule
Wednesday, January 17, 2007

To address concerns new homes are being built with little or no front yard space the Jersey City City Council has introduced an ordinance requiring all new homes to have either a 10-foot front yard setback or yard space compatible with the streetscape.

The council introduced the measure on Jan. 10 at the request of Planning Director Bob Cotter. The ordinance will be up for final adoption Jan. 24.

In other business, the council approved $254,000 from the city's affordable housing trust fund for a senior citizens project at Forrest Street and Bergen Avenue.

It also approved approved $368,000 from the fund for infrastructure improvement and environmental cleanup for the Bernius Court affordable housing site on Bergen Avenue between Ege and Virginia avenues.

EARL MORGAN

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:17
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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At the next election, drag your ass out of bed and VOTE if you want change

This administration is in place because the majority of voters wanted Healy in office - you can't whin now.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:15
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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As Dan Levin stated, the relationship is too cozy and I agree with his statement. The Jersey Journal ran the article to make people aware of the relationship.

The Silvermans are not the only developers investing in Jersey City. Furthermore, they build plum out to the sidewalk and offer NO landscaping around their projects. The Schroeder Lofts is a good example of this. I personally don't think the "eco friendly" label applies here and think it's more about marketing and selling condos.

As long as Ms. Pignataro remains the press secretary for the Mayor of Jersey City, she should not be taking jobs for any Jersey City developers, period.

For the record, I like the Silvermans, but the link to the Mayor's press secretary stinks!

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:08
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Re: Manzo: Asks blind trusts for big earners with power
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Funny, isn't the guy who would need to sign that bill into law a billionaire?

Posted on: 2007/1/17 8:12
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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Why is this town so quick to look for the negative??? It drives me mad. I mean, who really cares if the Silverman's paid for the Sustainable Jersey City event? Hey, at least the funds didn't come from the city. And why can't there be an ECO FRIENDLY DEVELOPER sponsor for an event about GREEN BUILDINGS?? Sheesh. I just moved here from Brooklyn and I can't believe how backwards it is just 1 small river away from Manhattan. I agree with JCList on issues (like too many baseball/football fields and active/passive greenspace needs) but I am shocked to see no one is putting The Jersey Journal in their place. Let's be happy that all parties are taking time and money to support more progressive building development instead of pretending that climate change is not an issue. Further, The Silverman's are the only condo delevelopers to build eco friendly in JC. Why in the world are we chastizing them for encourgaing this? Why not support this and chastize other developers for NOT contributing to community events that are intended to build a better future for us all??

Regarding Ms. Pignataro's work for them in general does not entirely seem a conflict either - at least she is still promoting Jersey City. Would we rather her help a New York developer?? I think the more important point is that there is corruption in Jersey City and there are many who turn a blind eye to much larger scandals. My comment to The Jersey Journal: Get a real story. Using Ms. Pignataro and the Silverman's as the target seems naive and pre-mature. If this is truly the worst of our corruption we should sing praise that these alliances are intended and working toward the good for all of Jersey City.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 6:06
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Re: Jersey City's Parks and Open Space Master Plan
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Ward E

The public meeting for comment on T&M’s proposals for the downtown parks and open spaces, including Hamilton and Van Vorst Parks, is on Tuesday January 23, 2007 @ City Hall, 6pm.-9pm.

Please visit this site to see what is being proposed for your parks / green spaces and if you have comments, objections, or questions; the above date is the time to express them.
http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/arch/
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If you pass up this opportunity, you will be accepting T&M’s design and will not be able to effect any changes once implemented.

Hamilton Park is the largest of the downtown parks to be discussed and will have its first renovation since the 1970’s. A small fraction of downtown residents have been heard from to give input into what is being presented as a community consensus. As for my opinion, there are not enough decorative gardens, passive areas, and though T&M proposes reseeding the lawns, they do not provide for a supplemental sprinkler system to keep the lawns alive. You also have the issues of tennis courts, a dog run, and children’s play areas.

Please be proactive and participate in this decision making process for your park system.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 23:11
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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Just my two cents - I bought a condo here on Ogden in the Heights last June after renting in Hoboken for a few years, and living on the Western Slope for a few years before that. Overall, I love living here so far - have no problems with parking, people are great, easy to get to everything, etc. There are definitely some rough spots, but nothing you shouldn't be familiar with coming from a city environment. I second the Corkscrew - good music, good people, cheap beer. Good luck!

Posted on: 2007/1/16 22:23
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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From my understanding, there is a clause in the legislation that if you own or rent in JC Heights, you automatically qualify and permitted to carry a weapon and children of 'bubble gum' chewing age can carry a knife.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 20:08
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Re: Jersey City's Parks and Open Space Master Plan
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Attention WARD A

Your public meeting to give comment on the T&M Parks & Open Space/Recreation Master plan is tonight:

Tuesday January 16, 2007
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Moose Hall, 60 West Side Avenue

Bring your own snacks!

Posted on: 2007/1/16 17:38
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Re: Manzo: Asks blind trusts for big earners with power
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Just to save time, I automatically oppose anything Manzo is for.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 16:10
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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Good 2 know. Thx.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 14:02
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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JMH wrote:
Are there streets nearby that do not require a JC parking permit? What about guests who may visit for a weekend?


I park on Paterson Plank -- no parking permit required, just street cleaning a few times a week. If your car is a company car, I'm assuming you use it during the day. So you could theoretically park in front of your new building (or in the vicinity) overnight, and utilize the parking on Paterson Plank on weekends or for emergencies, etc. Works for me!

Posted on: 2007/1/16 12:20
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Re: Has anyone used any of these dentists?
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I used Lustinger for several years and never had the deep what-do-ya-call it thing brought up. I think Paul Lustinger is great and would definitely recommend him if insurance covers him. I used him while living downtown.

Now that I live in the JSQ area I use Complete Dental Care
201-216-0011 • 40 Journal Sq # 325, Jersey City,NJ

I find the dentist/owner Kathleen Winans to be of the same caliber as Lustinger. Her office is right next to the PATH in JSQ so it is an easy commute if you take the PATh train or bus from that station.

Althea

Posted on: 2007/1/16 11:11
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Re: Heights: Teen thugs taken after victim IDs pair on CCTV video
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I am glad they caught em, but those pricks will be back on the street within hrs. Good job by JCPD though!

Posted on: 2007/1/16 9:32
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Re: Has anyone used any of these dentists?
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I have gone to Dr Weil on Central ave since I was a kid. He does a great job & fees are reasonable.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 9:28
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Heights: Teen thugs taken after victim IDs pair on CCTV video
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Heights: Teen thugs taken after victim IDs pair on video

Jan 16 -- MICHAELANGELO CONTE -- JERSEY JOURNAL

When a Jersey City man reported being beaten and robbed on Saturday, police reviewed closed circuit television video and were able to spot the two 17-year-old suspects walking into a Heights home where they were later arrested, officials said.

The 31-year-old man told police he was walking on Newark Avenue at Chestnut Avenue at 3:07 a.m. when two boys approached him on mountain bikes and demanded money, reports said. Both boys punched the Webster Avenue man until he fell and then kicked him while on the ground before taking his wallet and cell phone, reports said.

The victim reported the crime to North District police and by 3:22 a.m. CCTV operators had located two boys fitting the description of the attackers at Central Avenue and Thorne Street, reports said.

Officers watched the pair go into a residence on Thorne Street and police staked out the house while the victim viewed the video and identified them as his attackers, reports said.

Four police cars converged on the Thorne Street location, where Sgt. Bill Logan immediately grabbed one of the boys as he walked out the front door, reports said. The second boy ran into an apartment, where he pushed and swung at officers before being handcuffed, reports said, adding he was still wearing a ski mask.

Police found one of the boys was carrying the victim's cell phone, but it did not appear his wallet was recovered, according to police reports.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 7:20
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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"the guys who sell hotdogs on congress are nice too."

ha! Those are my neighbors. They also live on New York Ave between South and Bowers. Very cool sweet family.

Posted on: 2007/1/15 23:18
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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We moved to the neighborhood in Fall '05 and are quite happy. Bring your dog to the park behind the Doric Towers at Palisade & Paterson plank for the unofficial neighborhood dog run. Also at that corner is the NJ Transit 123 bus to Port Authority. It's much more reliable than the 99S and much less prone to fistfights.

Posted on: 2007/1/15 22:55
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Re: Spokeswoman moonlights for builders
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WHO'S HER BOSS?
The line between Healy aide's 2 jobs is blurred at event

Saturday, January 13, 2007
By KEN THORBOURNE
JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

Pignataro's private sector employer, developers Paul and Eric Silverman, of Exeter Property Company, paid for and hosted "Sustainable Jersey City," held at the old St. Francis Hospital, a site they are converting to a mixed-use residential complex. But "Sustainable Jersey City," which attracted roughly 100 people interested in improving the environment, was a city event - and Pignataro its chief planner, organizers said, even though the Silvermans paid for it.

Packets advertising the Schroeder Lofts were available upon request and flyers advertising the event provided the phone number and Web site for the Schroeder Lofts.

Pignataro, who earns $81,356 a year as Healy's spokeswoman, didn't return phone calls last night to clarify her role at the event.

Daniel Levin, president of the community watchdog group Civic JC, said the Pignataro/Silverman relationship "stinks" and he called it too "cozy" for comfort.

Pignataro - who became press secretary in November 2004 after Healy won a special election to take over for the late Glenn D. Cunningham - also serves as a board member for the Jersey City Economic Development Corp. and the Jersey City Employment and Training Program.


A city event paid for by the Silvermans and set up by the Mayor's press secretary. How cute!

I wonder how many people that attended were able to figure out that this is a "cozy" partnership between the two parties involved. The Mayor wants us to think they're really interested in "green" buildings and the Silvermans want to sell condo's. I hope the food was at least good.

The Silvermans were not interested in putting a green roof on the St. Francis Hospital and the Mayor could give two hoots about green unless it's turf inside a ballfield.

If any other developer that does business in Jersey City wishes to hire Moonlighting Maria... they had better be prepared to take some shots from residents.

Posted on: 2007/1/15 22:24
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Re: Buying a condo in JC Heights - anything I should know?
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hi JMH, my wife and i live on new york between congress and south. we love it. as for "trouble" there's only two houses on our block that ever cause a ruckus. and a few times we've called police because we thought it was too much of a ruckus.

there is a neighborhood group that meets every month to talk about issues like safety - and they meet at a local school.... i'm sure someone will post details here....


everyone else on our block are nice and friendly - and we've met plenty of people just doing housework outside and stuff....

like someone else mentioned, the buses are great, and the lightrail is smooth.... and yes, parking is a bitch.

the spanish restaurant on congress and palisades is awesome. and the guys who sell hotdogs on congress are nice too.

for social fun - try the Corkscrew on saturday nights and monday nights.... good times.

welcome to the neighborhood!

Posted on: 2007/1/15 22:10
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