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Re: Kearny Mayor says Mayor Fulop Shoved Cop
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That newspaper article went to some great pains to avoid referencing the gender of the cop involved in the matter. Why?

Is identifying gender a new "no-no" in journalism??


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Posted on: 6/14 13:30
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Re: Kearny Mayor says Mayor Fulop Shoved Cop
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(Where is the NJ.com/JJ reporting on this?)

Apologize to the Kearny cop you shoved, Santos says to JC Mayor Fulop

13 JUNE 2018 BY KEVIN CANESSA | JOURNALIST & WEBMASTER

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop owes the rookie Kearny police officer he shoved last night an apology, at the very least, Kearny Mayor Alberto G. Santos told The Observer earlier today.

This all stems from an incident Santos says occurred Tuesday night, June 12, at Kearny High School, at a contentious meeting of the Democratic County Committee to pick the party’s chairperson for the next term.

Santos says Fulop, an ally of Union City Mayor Brian Stack who was running for the top seat — Stack lost to County Executive Tom DeGise’s daughter, Amy DeGise — was trying to make his way into a room that had a voting machine in it for committee members to vote for either DeGise or Stack.

Thing is, only poll workers and those voting are allowed in that room, according to the bylaws of the Hudson County Democratic Organization.

When the Kearny police officer assigned to a door to that room wouldn’t let the Jersey City CEO in, that’s when Fulop reportedly shoved the cop to try to gain access.

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Posted on: 6/14 12:59
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Re: Kearny Mayor says Mayor Fulop Shoved Cop
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Are you sure it was a cop? I read he shoved newspaper boxes off the street


Yeah, well at least you can find coverage about that story.

Posted on: 6/13 20:46
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Re: Kearny Mayor says Mayor Fulop Shoved Cop
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Online I've read it was a female cop.


Source, please?

Posted on: 6/13 14:29
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Kearny Mayor says Mayor Fulop Shoved Cop
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Kearny Mayor says Fulop shoved cop
Police Chief will investigate incident; no word on criminal charges

By David Wildstein

12 Jun 2018
11:12 pm

Kearny mayor Alberto Santos says that Jersey City mayor Steve Fulop shoved one of his police officers tonight while attending the Hudson County Democratic county chairman election.

“He shoved one our police officers,” Santos told the New Jersey Globe. “One of our first-year police officers who was on the job was pushed by Mayor Fulop.”

Santos declined to say if charges would be filed against Fulop.

“I will speak with the chief of police tomorrow and got more specifics on the incident.”

Fulop did not immediately respond to a 11:02 PM request for comment via social media. If he does respond, his comment will be added to this story.

Earlier this evening, Fulop suffered an embarrassing defeat when political rival Amy DeGise, a Jersey City Board of Education member, won an estimated 135 of about 300 county committee votes in Jersey City that the mayor was supposed to control.

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Posted on: 6/13 13:57
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Re: VIP Diner 40 heath violations - Closed!
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Does anyone know if this is true?


They're currently closed for "renovations" and will reopen Thursday or Friday. That's what I just heard from the young woman who usually runs the register during the day.

Posted on: 6/12 16:15
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Re: Traffic Camera
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f your request for access to government record has been denied, you have the right to challenge the custodian's denial by filing a complaint in Superior Court or filing a complaint with the Government Records Council (GRC). The Council can also assist in resolving questions about a denial of access. You can contact the GRC online by visiting their website at www.nj.gov/grc, by e-mail at grc@dca.state.nj.us, by mail at PO Box 819, Trenton, NJ 08625, or call them on their toll-free phone number, 866-850-0511.

http://www.state.nj.us/opra/forminstructions.html

Posted on: 6/12 11:05
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Re: Jersey Journal Behind Pay Wall Now
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Shame to log on to NJ.com to find that the Jersey Journal online went behind a subscription pay wall today. I enjoyed reading the local coverage. Most online newspapers have gone this way, I suppose.


Bookmark nj.com/hudson. All free. No paywall.


Aha! Thank you.

When you go to NJ.com and click on Menu - you will see a new menu drop-down. Instead of offering to connect you to the news by county, you are now offered a connection to the specific newspaper. I clicked on Jersey Journal and was brought to a website - http://www.jjoffers.com/ - which offered me a monthly digital subscription to the JJ for $19.95 per month. Thanks, Terrence, for the link. I hope that doesn't cut a reader off after viewing a certain number of articles.

Posted on: 6/6 15:27
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Jersey Journal Behind Pay Wall Now
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Shame to log on to NJ.com to find that the Jersey Journal online went behind a subscription pay wall today. I enjoyed reading the local coverage. Most online newspapers have gone this way, I suppose.

Posted on: 6/6 12:37
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Re: Citi Bike
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6/1/18 - NY Post:

Lyft plans to purchase the company that operates Citi Bike, a new report says.

The ride-share app is moving to purchase Motivate, which runs Citi Bike and other bike-share programs in several cities. Including New York City, it also operates in Boston, Washington, DC, and Chicago, according to the tech site The Information.

The purchase would be worth at least $250 million, the site reported.

Lyft officials declined to comment on the pending purchase and would not say how the move will affect New York City operations. Motivate did not return a phone call.

Lyft isn’t the first ride-share company to get into the bike game. Uber purchased Brooklyn-based dockless bike-share company Jump in April.

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FWIW - Lyft is the sponsor of Hudson Bike Share - serving other parts of Hudson County. Maybe this deal will (sensibly) bring the area's bike share programs together.

Posted on: 6/2 10:44
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Re: NJ Now Taxing Residents Without Health Care
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NJ Now Taxing Residents Without Health Care


Let me fix that....NJ Now Taxing Residents Without Health Care Insurance


Yup - sorry, you're right!

Posted on: 6/1 11:33
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NJ Now Taxing Residents Without Health Care
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The Republican tax cuts signed by President Trump repealed the Obamacare individual mandate tax nationwide, but New Jersey residents will be stuck paying it due to the state’s Democrat legislature and governor. Governor Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed the new tax into law that will impose the tax on residents who choose not to purchase “qualifying” health insurance as defined by Obama-era regulations.

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Posted on: 5/31 22:46
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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New Jersey's effective property tax rate is around 2.26%.

JC's effective rate is around 1.6%.

So yes, even after the reval bumps up some people's property tax rate (and lowers others), JC's property tax rate is lower than most of NJ.


So I guess the people downtown who are going from $14,000 to $40,000 should find comfort that they are paying low taxes?


Yes, and in the knowledge they've saved tens and tens of thousands of dollars by not paying their fair share while the poor homeowners in Greenville, Society Hill, and other areas have been carrying them.


...And they can now sell their homes at a massive profit - or tap into the substantial equity that they've amassed on the backs of non-downtown taxpayers for all the years they've lived here! Bonus!

Posted on: 5/31 20:20
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Re: Lost Husky in JC
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Great news! So happy to hear.

Posted on: 5/31 15:58
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Re: Hoboken - contesting a ticket advice
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Two quick things:

1. Remember that AAA offers a defensive driving course that shaves 2 points off of your driving record every five years:

Learn more here.

2. Yes to the dashcam! People lie - cameras don't. Just got one recently at BestBuy and installed it myself (and I'm an electronics idiot.)

Posted on: 5/30 22:28
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Re: Lost Husky in JC
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The North Bergen Police Department recently found a Husky - I hope this cutie is yours! Please keep us updated.

https://www.picmonkey.com/p/FYUcADLMcNS

North Bergen Police Department

Address: 4233 John Fitzgerald Kennedy Blvd, North Bergen, NJ 07047

Phone: (201) 392-2100

Posted on: 5/30 22:16
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Re: Where to practice driving
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The county parks in Bayonne and in North Bergen are good spots, too.

Posted on: 5/26 12:49
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Re: The Disaster that is Jersey City Recreation
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N.J. A.G. looking into timesheet issue at Jersey City rec department: sources

By Terrence T. McDonald tmcdonald@jjournal.com
The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Officials with the state attorney general's office arrived at Jersey City's recreation department headquarters on Friday to interview city workers about accusations of fraudulent pay records, sources told The Jersey Journal.

The Jersey Journal wrote about the allegations last month, citing sources saying a mid-level recreation official adjusted payroll records so the official's friends and family could get paid for work they did not perform.

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Posted on: 5/25 21:03
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Re: Fatal Shooting - Garfield & Union - this Afternoon
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By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY -- It took only a few hours for a jury to deliver a guilty verdict for the 21-year-old charged with killing a man in broad daylight last year.

Dashawn Mixson faces up to life in prison for the March 28 fatal shooting of 19-year-old Dajour Riley on Union Street.

Nearby surveillance captured the 11:45 a.m. shooting. Riley's girlfriend, who was four months pregnant at the time, testified the two were leaving a doctor's office when a gunmen shot at Riley as he was in the front seat of his vehicle.

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Posted on: 5/24 10:11
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Taxi Driver Shot - Duncan & West Side - 2am Today
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By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY -- A 34-year-old man was shot multiple times early Wednesday morning in the city's West Side neighborhood, officials said.

The victim was working as a taxi driver at the time of the 2 a.m. shooting, city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace Scalcione said.

Police were called to the area near Duncan and West Side avenues on reports of shots fired. Officers found the victim with gunshot wounds to his leg and arm, she said.

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Posted on: 5/23 21:35
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Re: Am I allowed to put up fliers informing neighbors about a felon who has moved into the neighborh
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It sounds as if the OP has a couple of issues ongoing here - the ex-felon tenant, the new landlord, a gentrifying neighborhood that he is a long-time resident of, etc.

For all - tenants, you do have rights - the right to habitability being a key right that you can defend and protect. And an ex-felon has a right to habitability, too, dear neighbors.

In fact, the felon may be partially protected by these HUD guidelines (not a law - guidelines) which were advised in 2016.

And like Caj brought up, the landlord had no responsibility to let anyone know a felon was moving in - he owns the property - he can basically do as he pleases within the framework of applicable law.

Anyone who is renting needs to be informed. This is a great place to start:

Tenants Rights in NJ

Also, if your landlord is using said felon to create an environment where you "have" to move, well, that's pretty shady, but not unheard of. See more here and a good article here.

Finally, the city has an office for tenant/landlord resources here.

Good luck, Monmouth. I hope this gets worked out for you, but do keep a cool head about you.


Posted on: 5/23 11:32
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Re: Jersey City LIVE Falcon Camera - 101 Hudson Street
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Very cool update on "Junior" - the little eyas that was born in the JC nest:

https://exit63.wordpress.com/2018/05/22/junior-goes-to-sedge/

What a great story!

Posted on: 5/23 10:24
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Fleet Week - Parade of Ships Begins at 10am Today
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Event: Parade of Ships
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: NY Harbor

The Parade of Ships officially kicks off 2018 Fleet Week New York. The ships will be able to be seen along the Hudson River from Battery Park to just south of the George Washington Bridge. Event is free to the public to view.

Schedule of Events

Posted on: 5/23 7:39
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Re: Am I allowed to put up fliers informing neighbors about a felon who has moved into the neighborh
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TheBigGuy wrote:
I would be very careful with this sociopath across the hall from you... you do not want any of your activities pointing back to you, but definitely need to put the landlord on notice.

Not sure of your building ownership / management situation but is it possible he moved there under some state rehabilitation program where his rent is paid? Do they have problems leasing apartments? Good Luck.


This. You want to be so far off this guy's radar that he doesn't even recognize you live in the same building. I lived with a former felon in an apartment building. We found out when her parole officers visited. She wasn't very stable, and upon reflection, we should have just avoided her and her guests. We complained to the landlord (a lot) which pissed off the landlord and she obviously found out the source of all the complaints. It really turned out badly for everyone - we ended up moving from an awesome apartment because of her. Do you even know the relationship between the guy and the landlord? If you want to alert the landlord, do it anonymously.

Absolutely don't post the flyers - that's grounds for harassment. You'll be branded a snitch and that's worse than being a felon. Your camera is a good idea. Just move on with your life and keep your doors locked. You live in a big city - there are criminals everywhere.

This is the best advice ever - https://youtu.be/5Etm-H1FkUE

Posted on: 5/22 19:55
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Should Jersey City's tax bill changes be delayed to avoid 'fiscal shock' to property owners?

Updated 9:12 AM; Posted 9:02 AM

Should the tax changes due to the long-delayed Jersey City reval be delayed?

Vote in our informal and unscientific poll and tell us why in the comments.

(Results as of 9:30 am on 5/22/18)

Yes 18.87% (20 votes)
No 76.42% (81 votes)
I don't know 4.71% (5 votes)

Total Votes: 106

Posted on: 5/22 9:27
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Re: Fulop/wife pay cash for Rhode Island home
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Good for him and his wife - they work hard and deserve the fruits of their labor. Given that the family has a stalker, however, I wonder why RJC would choose to disclose the location of his second home. Regardless of the writer's motivations, it seems pretty short sighted. The man deserves his privacy and safety.

Posted on: 5/21 15:46
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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By Terrence T. McDonald tmcdonald@jjournal.com
The Jersey Journal

Bill would allow towns to delay revaluations to curb 'fiscal shock'

Jersey City lawmakers in the state Legislature want to halt implementation of this year's property revaluation until 2019, citing the "fiscal shock" faced by property owners anticipating huge tax hikes.

The bill, (S-2566), would allow municipalities who did not apply reval results to tax bills before April 1 to postpone doing so until Jan. 1, 2019. The delay would allow for towns to provide "revaluation relief abatements" or "mitigate fiscal shock" from steep tax hikes. The bill was introduced last week.

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Posted on: 5/21 12:32
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JC Topless ban, sex toy restrictions may be history
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By Terrence T. McDonald tmcdonald@jjournal.com
The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Jersey City may say "ta ta" to its ban on women going topless in public.

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Posted on: 5/18 11:15
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Re: Jersey City LIVE Falcon Camera - 101 Hudson Street
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a LOT has been happening at the JC Falcon nest this week!

the other three eggs never hatched, and the lone hatchling was doing poorly.

meanwhile, over at the Goethals Bridge, demolition work uncovered a nest full of baby falcons.

the decision was made to rehome those falcons in Jersey City, and remove the lone puny hatchling for care.

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/education/falconcam/



Thanks for the update - I thought the other eggs had hatched, but I couldn't understand how they developed their early feathers and opened their eyes so quickly. That makes sense now. I hope the little JC fledgling survives.

Posted on: 5/16 21:53
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Sports Betting Coming to NJ
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By Brent Johnson and Jonathan D. Salant
NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

WASHINGTON -- New Jersey won its long battle for sports betting Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a federal ban that has lasted for more than a quarter century.

"The legalization of sports gambling requires an important policy choice, but the choice is not ours to make," Justice Samuel Alito, a New Jersey native, said in the opinion of the court. "Congress can regulate sports gambling directly, but if it elects not to do so, each State is free to act on its own."

Gov. Phil Murphy, who replaced Gov. Chris Christie as the lead plaintiff when he became governor in January, welcomed the ruling.

"I am thrilled to see the Supreme Court finally side with New Jersey and strike down the arbitrary ban on sports betting imposed by Congress decades ago," Murphy said. "I look forward to working with the legislature to enact a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future."

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