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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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Registration Number: 4485033

REBECCA LENOX SYMES
DIXON ADVISORY USA
140 BROADWAY FL 28
NEW YORK, NY 10005-1132
United States
(New York County)
(212) 480-2626

E-mail Address:
Date Admitted in NY: 03/22/2007
Appellate Division
Department of Admission: 3
Law School: CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA
Registration Status: Currently registered


Posted on: 2017/10/26 22:53
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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Why don't you try calling the day? And if there's any doubt, her attorney registration still lists Dixon as her employer. All changes in employment must be reported to the Office of Court Administration within 30 days pursuant to OCA 118.1(f): "In the event of a change in the name of attorney, office addresses, home address, business telephone number, or e-mail address reported pursuant to subdivision (e) of this section, the attorney shall file an amended statement within 30 days of such change."

Why is her employer still listed as Dixon? Where do you think she works?

Posted on: 2017/10/26 22:50
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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I don't think the paid endorsement is a big deal, but the way it was presented came across as patently pretextual, i.e., I took your money without bias but now that I've met you I think you are the best thing since sliced bread. Read the "endorsement" interview -- it rings hollow.

She is also a puppet for Dixon. For f***'s sake, if you call Dixon you'll be routed to her voicemail. No question that relationship perdures. Is that not more than enough to call into doubt her sincerity, motives, and qualifications for office, notwithstanding her press clippings?




Posted on: 2017/10/26 21:46
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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No, she posted a "paid" endorsement on her page. Still, not too bad. I may need to reconsider my line of work.

Posted on: 2017/10/23 23:36
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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If you call Dixon Management and ask for her you'll be routed to her voicemail. Her attorney registration still reflects her employment at Dixon. I don't think she "quit" her position in the sense she'd have you imagine it.

Posted on: 2017/10/23 22:10
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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"Rebecca won me over. She is extremely passionate and dedicated to serving the Jersey City community, she was literally raised to be a public servant, as her whole family was. I am convinced that her work and volunteer experience make her the most qualified candidate."

Posted on: 2017/10/23 12:56
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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Symes for JC 35 Days to Victory Fundraiser Hosted by ChicpeaJC!

Posted on: 2017/10/23 12:54
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Re: Symes pays Chickpea $2000 for endorsement
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Registration Number: 4485033

REBECCA LENOX SYMES
DIXON ADVISORY USA
140 BROADWAY FL 28
NEW YORK, NY 10005-1132
United States
(New York County)
(212) 480-2626

E-mail Address:
Date Admitted in NY: 03/22/2007
Appellate Division
Department of Admission: 3
Law School: CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA
Registration Status: Currently registered
Next Registration: Feb 2019

Disciplinary History: No record of public discipline

Posted on: 2017/10/23 12:52
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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CatDog wrote:
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Dinger wrote:
Yes I read the thread. None of this is a simple process and involves a fair amount of time and hassle. If it's 15k in back rent it's hardly worth it. If it's significantly more then perhaps. But you'll still have to go through the process of obtaining a judgment, executing on the judgment, etc. We don't know much info, but if a tenant skipped on rent for as long as the poster implied they may not have stable employment.
whoo boy $15k in rent that's no slim pickings. I assume you missed a decimal point.

This is my first time dealing with eviction so I'm trying to learn as much as possible about it now. They will end up owing a few thousand, which if it ends up taking half a day or a full day in court could be worth it to me. Really depends on how much effort it is, but a part of me wants to go through the process anyway to learn for the future.



I think you'll find it's not worth the effort for a few thousand. But if you have the time and want to see the process through, go for it. You have the right attitude if, as you indicate, you're more interested in learning about the process/procedure. Just temper your expectations about justice being served and realize anything you actually collect is window dressing.

Posted on: 2017/9/26 21:15
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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Yes I read the thread. None of this is a simple process and involves a fair amount of time and hassle. If it's 15k in back rent it's hardly worth it. If it's significantly more then perhaps. But you'll still have to go through the process of obtaining a judgment, executing on the judgment, etc. We don't know much info, but if a tenant skipped on rent for as long as the poster implied they may not have stable employment.

Posted on: 2017/9/26 0:03
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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Do you have a money judgment or an order of eviction? Unless you have the former you aren't recouping any money. And even if you go through the hassle of obtaining a money judgment, good luck collecting on it from a deadbeat tenant.

Posted on: 2017/9/25 22:11
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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Dan is the man. Too bad however, he has a hot water boiler.

Posted on: 2017/9/16 1:24
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Re: Suez says 'need wire ran' ??
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It's a single wire with two conductors for the remote. You should be able to manage.

Posted on: 2017/9/16 0:04
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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I don't see where it was mentioned that he has a steam system. I assumed hot water boiler. For the MJ, an appropriate fudge factor is already built in. Upsizing from that is what typically results in an oversized heating plant.

Posted on: 2017/9/14 18:25
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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Actually it's much more efficient to oversize your rads with an appropriately sized boiler, i.e. a boiler sized for your heat loss.

Posted on: 2017/9/13 22:07
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Re: Paintless Dent Repair recommendations?
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Where is the dent? If's it the type of dent that can be pulled out you can easily DIY.

Posted on: 2017/9/5 19:37
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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The wannabee weatherman MDM can't help the bombastic flourishes. Disaster is his middle name.

Posted on: 2017/9/2 5:16
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Re: Meeting set for input on future of Casino in the Park
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It's a triple net lease 49k per month.

Posted on: 2017/8/11 1:39
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Re: Couple seeks $18M from Jersey City in lawsuit over historic district guidelines
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Lots of cement board products. I just happen to like Hardi on wood frame row houses -- I generally use smooth lap siding 6.25? (5? exposure), with 4/4 and 5/4 trim pieces. Case the windows with 3.5" side casing and 5.5" head casing, and it'll look fantastic. My sub charges about 6k-7k for a 20' wood frame row house, front and rear only.

Posted on: 2017/8/1 22:49
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Re: Couple seeks $18M from Jersey City in lawsuit over historic district guidelines
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Hardi is the cat's meow. Get the hardi without the fake cedar grain pattern and you can't tell the difference between painted cedar.

Posted on: 2017/8/1 21:51
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Re: Asbestos in neighbor's demo?
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I wouldn't worry too much about asbestosis -- it'll rear its head, if at all, years from now. However, lead paint and asbestos are taken seriously by the EPA. Call the regional office and voice your concerns if so inclined. Otherwise, don't sweat it. Carcinogens abound in JC, your neighbors fibral discharge notwithstanding.

Posted on: 2017/8/1 19:51
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Re: Maternity ward at JCMC
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Englewood has some pretty horrific reviews on Yelp. I would stay away from there.

Posted on: 2017/7/22 13:40
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Re: Handy Man Recommendations
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Hmm, a "skilled" handyman is not a "handyman" but rather a skilled trade. Don't want to pay for a pro?

Posted on: 2017/7/18 14:00
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Re: Tiny pieces of foam all over Van Vorst Park area - construction debris
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It's rigid iso. Don't inhale and you'll be fine.

Posted on: 2017/7/1 18:06
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Re: Historic district may come to Jersey City's West Side
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I'm pretty sure he was intending to throw up some vinyl siding, which in IMHO would be a travesty. Hardi or the like would would have been a reasonable aesthetic alternative to new cedar shake.

Posted on: 2017/6/30 23:22
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Re: For anyone interested in obtaining a Concealed Carry Permit
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JSleeze wrote:
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You know, I agree with you most of the time, but not on this. From 1979 I've lived in Pittsburgh, Oakland, NYC and JC for a total of 37 years, and never once have been in situation where I wished I had a gun in my pocket.


Same. (LA, Houston, NYC and JC for me.) We should make mental health services available to people who are so fearful they need to have a gun strapped them to make it through their day.


Seriously, what a nut job.


Ad hominem herb. You know what they say about anecdotal evidence. That said, the other evidence tends to agree with you as well.




Yes, mea culpa. I tend to hold strong opinions about idealogues who deny climate change, believe their very survival necessitates armament, and who have an uncanny fascination with Chinese wealth.

Posted on: 2017/6/29 17:47

Edited by Dinger on 2017/6/29 18:12:47
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Re: For anyone interested in obtaining a Concealed Carry Permit
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Quote:

JSleeze wrote:
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brewster wrote:
You know, I agree with you most of the time, but not on this. From 1979 I've lived in Pittsburgh, Oakland, NYC and JC for a total of 37 years, and never once have been in situation where I wished I had a gun in my pocket.


Same. (LA, Houston, NYC and JC for me.) We should make mental health services available to people who are so fearful they need to have a gun strapped them to make it through their day.


Seriously, what a nut job.

Posted on: 2017/6/29 15:52
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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Once they complete the remediation process the air should be much cleaner.

Posted on: 2017/6/27 20:57
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Re: Jersey City Police are investigating a possible drive-by shooting
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I think many had hoped that Berry Lane Park would be a stabilizing force for the area; while things surrounding the park may not be getting worse, they're for sure not getting better.


Agree with the sentiment, but note this was quite a distance from Berry Lane off MLK and west of Arlington Park. Completely different hood.

Posted on: 2017/6/14 22:06
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Re: Landlord Charge for AC Unit Installation
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Landlords beware. If it's not stated in the lease it's not part of the deal. If the lease doesn't prohibit use of window acs and has no clause stating tenant will be charged for installation such a requirement cannot now read into the lease. Whether such a charge is "reasonable" is irrelevant.

Posted on: 2017/4/29 23:40
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