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Re: Don't Put Up with NO/LOW Heat from JC Landlords/Employers
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69 during the day, and 65 at night.

Posted on: 2015/1/12 0:37
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Re: For those in flood prone areas. Storm surge
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The worst has happened at high tide 11pm. The sewer was overwhelmed and the water started coming from underneath through rain collectors. The deepest was at Center & Brooks Street. I had to cross this intersection and it was less than comfortable 12-14" for my Altima. It seemed a lot worse at the exit ramp from NJTP. Cars exit the turnpike at high speed. There was gray Corolla which aquaplaned into a divider (the driver didn't get hurt). Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Posted on: 2014/12/11 5:20
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Re: For those in flood prone areas. Storm surge
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It was a bit scary between 10am and Noon. We had a little lake at Center & Bright St. 14" inches of water in the basement :(

Posted on: 2014/12/10 1:50
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Re: residential boiler servicing needed
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Royal Heating guy visited me on Monday. Offered to replace my low water cutoff for $425. I paid them $109 for diagnostics and replaced it myself. Do we know anybody else?

Posted on: 2014/11/22 2:08
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Re: Teachers storm out of school board meeting
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Greco is being paid by JCBOE? Is it possible to go lower than that? They should hire his hair stylist too. It's important in our school system revival.

Posted on: 2014/10/18 12:22
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Re: Muhammed Akil, All white people have a little Hilter in them
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Considering Steve's gubernatorial aspirations, please buckle up. We are for a bumpy ride here.

Posted on: 2014/10/8 10:32
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Re: Sidewalk Repair / Replacement
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I need one for the exact same reason. Anyone?

Posted on: 2014/8/21 23:48
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Re: Is Cornelia F. Bradford No16 public school? zones?
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sorry to clarify - starting from kindergarten until 5th grade (highest grade in this school from my understanding), you are guaranteed a spot if you live within the zone.

only pre-k, it is lotto based?

thanks


Yes, in theory. Reality is that PS 16 runs at its capacity. Today there are classes of 32-35 pupils per teacher. They might have to create overflow classes in other schools to keep up with demand.

Posted on: 2014/8/6 16:59
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Re: Is work permit supposed to be posted?
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Reminds me my childhood in Soviet Russia. Friendly neighbors who have local KGB office number written on the wall, just above the telephone. Good luck with the building department, hope you don't have any violations yourself.

Posted on: 2014/7/30 15:03
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Re: United Water- MUA
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Same here, but get this. They put a lien on my property citing that I didn't pay my bill for over 2 years. Interestingly it was somebody else's bill (and meter #) and I was current with my payments. I had to pay that bill and interest in order to remove the lien. It took them over one year to admit the mistake and refund the money. They never refunded the interest back.

Posted on: 2014/7/23 21:26
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Re: Basement Water proofing, Sump pump, Architect
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Nothing that a good back flow prevention valve couldn't do. Message me, I have very good guys who finished my basement a week ago.

I had two Zoeller M57 pumps installed, two 4" back flow valve's, two 1 1/2" back flow valves specifically for sump pumps,new u-trap, proper basins, flow router(i can direct my flow to sewer main or outside). etc... I am ready for this eventuality now. Bring it on.

Posted on: 2014/7/15 21:31
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Re: Height Limit in Historic District?
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Sorry for off topic. It seems that chestnut trees violate our ordinances and outright illegal. So is lilac.

Posted on: 2014/6/11 22:21
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Re: Jersey City schools working with company soon to be headed by Cerf
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Paranoids shouldn't be allowed near our kids. My 2 cents.

Posted on: 2014/5/29 16:24
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Re: Australians investors buying up Jersey City housing
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I found 255 properties. The tax database runs on Oracle. You have to search for %Dixon% as owner. It will match all owners that contain Dixon in the name. Dixom has number of RE management funds to which these properties assigned.


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South_Sixth wrote:
There is a relatively new Australian investment fund which has been buying residential property in Hudson County, mostly in Jersey City.
The fund is only open to Australians. It is call "US Masters Residential Property Fund"
http://www.usmastersresidential.com.au/

Using the Tax1 website, I found they currently owned about 175 properties in JC.
http://tax1.co.monmouth.nj.us/cgi-bin ... &out_type=0&district=0906

I don't know if this is good or bad for our city?
Do any JCListers who live in any of their properties have any comments?

Posted on: 2014/5/21 23:05
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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Positively. Another 8 feet and I will live at waterfront. Jersey City would be a lot nicer place too, kinda like Venice.

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tommyc_37 wrote:
So, how will this affect property values? http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/13/sci ... ientists-say.html?hp&_r=0


Posted on: 2014/5/12 23:00
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Re: AbatementWatch: An Interactive Tool for Jersey City Taxpayers
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Wow. Excellent blog. I feel bad for not discovering it earlier.

Posted on: 2014/4/30 21:46
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Re: Mugging Warren Street
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Thank you very much for telling us. I heard that poor woman screaming for her life at 11:45pm. I looked in the window and saw a woman right in front of Two Aprons. Many residents immediately responded to help. Somebody asked if the girl is all-right. She said "NO". Police has arrived 6-8 minutes later. I am very glad the perps were apprehended. Good job.

Posted on: 2013/5/7 22:47
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Re: Spirit of Laxmi
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Am I the only who does not like the place? The take out was exceptionally oily, portions small. I ended up paying $28 for two orders of Matar Paneer (lunch special). One piece of Bread for two orders. The owners of this place are the same folks who own Portside Deli (hahaha 3 times). If nobody notice, but these folks don't cook their food, just reheat it (Amiya does the same).

I say Amiya is a bit cheaper for lunch and bit more classy. My personal pick is Bombay in Tribeca.

Posted on: 2010/1/10 14:49
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Re: TRANSFORMATION OF VACANT FIRST STREET PARK TO BEGIN
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Indio is a complete disaster. There is gotta something we can do about it.

Posted on: 2009/10/24 15:27
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Re: Live Bait
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Very useful info. Thanks Reggay.

Posted on: 2009/6/25 22:48
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Re: Most of the City Council is an Embarassment
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The organization that you describe already exists - One Jersey City.

Apparently not. The man said himself they won't support the recall initiative. They want to play nice, whatever, ain't my club anyway.

Posted on: 2009/6/22 18:21
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Re: Steven Fulop for Council - Ward E
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+ 10
Steve is the best among all other candidates.

Posted on: 2009/4/30 4:55
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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I finished complete "gut renovation" project about a month ago. Nobody ever lived in this apartment before.

http://jclist.com/modules/classifieds/index.php?pa=viewads&lid=307

I am inclined o think that rental market has slowed down a bit.

Posted on: 2009/3/14 19:51
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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Thanks for the tips.
In my observations most of the traffic come from Craig's List and the big red "For Rent" sign.

I learned that I have to arrive at least 10 minutes in advance. Some arrive earlier. About 25% never show up for the appointment, it was really upsetting at first.

Do you think agent is good idea? What is ISBN for your book ?

Posted on: 2009/3/14 0:30
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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NewHeights, can you please share your wisdom with me? How do you find your tenant?

I can't find anyone for 1 bedroom(has second small bedroom and walk-in closet) in Downtown for a month. I am asking $1300 for the unit that real nice finish, W/D in the unit. No takers.

Posted on: 2009/3/13 16:25
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Re: Alternatives to PSEG
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I got my utility bill in for January and it was double of what I paid in December. My coworker body he received double bill too. If anyone has any information on this one, please share.

Posted on: 2009/2/25 15:41
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Re: Unleashed Pit Bull attacks jogger in Lincoln Park -- Owner leaves woman bleeding
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I see 2 unleashed pit bulls in Paulus Hook almost daily. As soon as the owner gets to boardwalk (right next to Yellow Taxi pier), She unleashes her dogs. Once, one of them jumped into my son's stroller. The owner assured me these dogs are friendly. if I have to go near Pier House, I pace faster. Cops are hesitant to do anything about it. I seriously consider getting Glock before Obama gets into the office.

Posted on: 2008/12/11 19:48
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