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Anyone Need a Snow shoveler
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Contact 201-539-1894 - will come and give you a good price - my husband was laid off and we have 4 kids so we trying to make ends meet anyway we know how!!!



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Re: hudson county cheap eats
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Spoon 111 on Sterling Ave - unbelievably great food at even better prices!

Also larsens on Communipaw and Bergen for soul food




Posted on: 2012/11/12 3:56
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Re: Fire in the Greenville/Lafayette/Communipaw (?) area - 11/05
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I saw on the news today that the man indeed did not have power and was keeping warm with two pots of boiling water on his stove that caught fire - power had just been turned back on when the pots ignited and he was killed - very sad situation

Posted on: 2012/11/6 18:42
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Re: Voting locations that will not be open on Tuesday
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jzara -

What part of Bergen?laf do you live in ?

A bunch of us got power this morning around 7am



Posted on: 2012/11/5 16:41
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Re: Snor'Eastercane
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Any power outtages yet?

Posted on: 2012/10/29 22:01
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Re: Snor'Eastercane
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Latest update - http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/phi/briefi ... ages/current_briefing.pdf


So do you think JC will be evacuated again? This is looking worse then Irene

Posted on: 2012/10/25 17:10
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ALERT - Dog Walker in Heights is abusing its clients dogs -
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A friend of mine posted this on their FB page tonight and to say it is disturbing is putting it mildy, does anyone know of who's dogs this could possibly be or who the walker is?




Pet Abuse Alert in Jersey City Heights:

I just got back from a walk from Congress Street & Central Avenue in Jersey City Heights. During said walk I witnessed a dog walker kick one of the 2 dogs in his care. This took place in the vicinity of South/Sherman in Jersey City Heights. Prior to seeing this I overheard hi
m tell his partner in crime that if he only does one long walk in the middle of the day that he doesn't have to do both walks. If you live in Jersey City Heights or know someone who lives in Jersey City Heights who owns a dog(s) please let them know what I witnessed. After the guy kicked the dog I followed him until we were around other people and confronted him. He admitted to being a dog walker. In my anger I asked him how he'd like to be kicked and that I better never see him kick another animal. I tried to follow him, but lost him. I took a picture as soon as it happened, but it came out blurry because I focused in too closely trying to get a good picture. The dogs were (1) an older looking beagle and (2) Papillon black & white. The dog walker is Caucasian about 5'10" approximately 210-220lbs late teens and his friend that may or may not be a dog walker is African American about 5'9" approximately 135lbs. The dog he kicked was the beagle. Please, please, please share this with any friend in Jersey City Heights and on Facebook.

Posted on: 2012/8/10 0:51
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Re: Body of woman believed to have been abducted from JC is found in Newark
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I hate to make assumptions even more so of this type but I perused this girls FB page and it seems that she is affiliated with a gang... which is sad and even more sad that she left 5 children at the age of 27 with no mother, one son is only 4 months old. It makes me sick to my stomach actually.

Posted on: 2012/6/21 16:21
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Re: What to do with toddlers in Jersey City?
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The brooklyn childrens museum is great for kids of all ages even the little ones, I have been here more then once and it is even worth it for the yearly membership

http://www.brooklynkids.org/

Posted on: 2012/5/22 21:45
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Re: Failure to stop at a stop sign! help!
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A rolling stop is not a stop.... you would have failed that portion of the drivers test if you did that, cops have been particulary douchey lately... but you admitted it was a rolling stop, your fault. You could take the time to go to court and they may make you plead guilty to a lesser offense but its not really worth it in my opinion.

Posted on: 2012/4/10 15:07
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Re: With Number Of Carjackings Soaring, Hudson County And JC Expand Task Force To Target Perpetrators
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In the news report I watched the lady told the gunman that she had her kids with her and he told her to take her kids and get out... she chose to ignore him , I would have taken my kids and gotten out I dont know though in the heat of the moment I have no idea.

They also mentioned that with the newer cars with the electronic chip needed to start the car the days of hotwiring is dwindling and that car jackings will be on the rise because the newer cars that the thiefs want must have their keys to work. (mine ..scary!)

Posted on: 2012/4/2 3:48
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Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City
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They have been in Cancun for the past 4 or 5 days for spring break lol they just got back yesterday.... dont judge me! I read it on TMZ lol

Posted on: 2012/3/19 2:40
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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Our experience with the pool is the earlier you go the better off you are. It is open I think at 7am in the mornings for lap swimmers, in the beginning of the summer it is insanity on the weekends as you can expect its a great facility, we tend to stay away at peak hours.

Posted on: 2012/3/15 3:22
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Re: Thrift Shops
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If you drive the Goodwill in Harrison is about a 15 min drive from JC I love that place also Im not su if its goodwill or salvation army on kennedy blvd in Union City thy always have a ton of furnitre

Posted on: 2012/3/15 3:15
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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I live on the last block of Communipaw... we love it in that area, it is pretty quiet near the end of Commuipaw, our neighbors are awesome, everyone in the last I would say 6 blocks of Communipaw is for the most part very nice. Pacific and up going towards Grand if your not used to city life may be a little rough at night there is a private bar on the corner of Halladay that gets crazy on the weekends... but the further down Communipaw you go the quieter there is, the only thing we really lack is some food options that are close no chinese even in the immediate area but several places do deliver, also don't forget the new pool in lafayette park as well.. all in all an awesome area and it seems almost like a hidden gem of JC to me...

Posted on: 2012/3/13 14:59
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Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City
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http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... ped_with_54_souvenir.html

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You won’t be seeing her face on a Post Office wall any time soon, we imagine, but Jenni “JWoww” Farley has run afoul of the law in Jersey City while shooting her “Jersey Shore” spin-off show.

Farley and her co-star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi left their Mercer Street digs on Wednesday to visit Crystal Sun Nail & Spa at the corner of Warren and Essex streets. But instead of finding a legit parking spot, Farley parked her BMW a few feet from a fire hydrant, police said.

The Jersey City Independent website reported that when a Jersey City Parking Authority enforcement officer moved to ticket the vehicle, the enforcement officer was initially waved away by a Jersey City police officer.

But law and order prevailed and JWoww received a ticket.

According to the Jersey City Municipal Court Violations Bureau, a ticket for parking too close to a fire hydrant carries a $54 fine.

It was a bad day all around for JWoww. TMZ reported that she has been slapped with a $150,000 lawsuit from her former landlord for allowing 495 Productions to film segments of the first season of “Jersey Shore” in her Long Island home.

Landlord Stuart Levine said he was not told about the filming, and was not given the option to say whether or not filming could take place on one of his properties.

In the meantime, Snooki is making news by the minute.

She revealed this week that she is 15 weeks pregnant and got engaged to her boyfriend and father of the baby, Jionni LaValle, at the W Hotel in Hoboken on Valentine’s Day.




So the cop WAIVED away the the Parking Enforcement like they should not get tickets???

WTF

Posted on: 2012/3/9 19:11
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Re: 11-year-old Jersey City boy shot dead in apparent gun accident, source says
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My husbands nephew who goes to the same school as the shooter told us that this same kid pointed the gun at him two days earlier... So who knows but I think thats pretty friggen scary! and if that true that is a damn shame

Posted on: 2012/3/8 16:41
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Re: A place where things get done in JC -- bookmark this link
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I used this site as well for a missing street sign and it was replaced within two weeks so good job done! No sitting on the phone forever done and done!

Posted on: 2011/10/27 16:43
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Mosquito Spraying
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We live near LSP and while I realize that the fall is here, the mosquitos are an absolute terror in our neighborhood since actually, Spring. I have not been able to enjoy our beautiful yard all summer and I am sure I should have thought about this sooner but oh well... With the threat of West Nile does JC spray, can I request it? We have sprayed our yard with the stuff in Home Depot but it just doesnt help at all... our kids get covered in head to toe in bites, you walk outside and there are 15 on one leg, it is unreal I have never seen anything like it, we take the precautions dumping any standing water etc.

Posted on: 2011/9/27 3:33
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: Officer kills man, 28, who points gun at him and police dog Froto
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Usually, USUALLY I would be siding with you, but I have read many different accounts of this story. Two known facts the cop that arrived on the scene was dispatched out to a call of shots fired in the area, secondly they came upon this man who they were chasing from the scene, he had this gun around his neck on a shoelace, it was photographed and printed in the paper. Several blocks from where he was shot and where the inital call came in was the shell casings of.... ta-da! HIS GUN... so its not hard to believe he was aiming it anywhere he please, agreed it was a tragedy, a tragedy that he did something so STUPID that his life was taken away from him, no one deserves to die and as much as I not really care for the JCPD force, they would not have deserved to die either because they didn't want to hurt someone who was pointing a gun at them. Though, I do think if a cop is going to shoot his weapon it should be to disable or disarm them just my opinion but I believe he was justified anyways.








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Let's agree we're all speculating. Let's await the full investigation.

Posted on: 2011/9/6 6:04
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Clothing Bank
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So I am graduating with a degree in Human Services in a few weeks and would like to put my knowledge to use and I also need job experience. I am looking into opening up a clothing bank in Jersey City. Is anyone aware of anything they have like this? I know that in Morristown at a church they run one, once a week in a basement. Anyone is welcome and it is set up like a thrift shop.

Essentially it is to help the homeless and others who are less fortunate who cannot otherwise afford clothing. I know I would have to set up some type of rules so everyone isnt coming in a packing bags upon bags of clothing. Anyways does anyone know if any place in JC offers this? I am not talking about dress for success, these places require referrals, which we will not.

Also does anyone know of a church who would like to commit one day a week or every other week (on a weekend) and some space to this cause?

And if anyone has donations I am looking to get started on this ASAP

Thanks!!!

Sara

Posted on: 2011/8/16 2:13
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Re: NJ.COM: Jersey City clothing designer shows his passionate love for the city
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I saw u on the website Croft with Sharky!

Posted on: 2011/7/30 2:48
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Re: Renter Beware
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They LEGALLY are not allowed to charge you normal wear and tear I would forward them these laws by mail or fax and if they still dont refund ur money I would take them to court, hope this helps I hate when people try to get over!

Posted on: 2011/7/12 22:22
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Re: Renter Beware
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"Getting your security deposit back
The Rent Security Deposit Act states what a landlord must do with your security deposit when you move out, even if you move out before your lease is over. Within 30 days after you move out, the landlord must return your security deposit and interest, less any rent you owe or any charges for repairing damage that you have done to the property. If the landlord deducts any amounts for damages or rent, he or she must give you a complete list of the damages he or she claims you did to the property and the cost of repairs. The landlord must send you the list of damages by registered or certified mail, and the landlord must return to you any money left over from your security deposit. Cite: N.J.S.A. 46:8-21.1.

The landlord can only charge you for property damage that is more than ordinary wear and tear. Ordinary wear and tear means damage that takes place from the normal, careful use of the property. Examples of normal wear and tear are faded paint on the walls, loose tile in the bathroom, window cracks caused by winter weather, or leaky faucets or radiators. Examples of damages that might not be ordinary wear and tear are large holes in the walls caused by nailing up decorations, cigarette burns on floors, or a broken mirror on the bathroom cabinet.

Landlords cannot charge cleaning fees to tenants who leave their apartments broom clean. Landlords often try to deduct such fees, as well as fees for painting.

There are steps you can take to prevent a landlord from charging you for ordinary wear and tear, cleaning, or painting. Before you move out, ask the landlord or superintendent to personally inspect the apartment. Then ask that person to sign a note stating that you left the apartment clean and undamaged. If you cannot get the landlord or superintendent to inspect the unit, have a friend do so. Ask your friend to take photographs, and sign and date them. If you have a friend do this, make sure the friend can go to court with you if necessary. If you end up in court, the judge will not accept a letter from your friend as evidence.


http://www.lsnjlaw.org/english/placei ... ts/chapterthree/index.cfm

Posted on: 2011/7/12 22:17
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Re: Renter Beware
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How long did you live there for? If I am not mistaken rented apartments must be recarpeted and painted at the owners expense every some odd years I dont know the actual amount but im sure someone could pull it up here. And if thats the case they should not be charging you for carpeting or stains none the less.... read up on NJ renters rights everything int here coukld help you get all that money back

Posted on: 2011/7/12 22:08
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Re: Moving to Bergen Hill
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I lived on Belmont the next block over for many years. The area is not the greatest but it all depends on your tolerance level for urban areas. Monticello and Belmont up to Fairmount are all high drug areas, trust me. Astor is a little more quiet but far from crime free. If you mind your business and your not out on the streets at 2, 3am your fine. I became friends with a lot of people in the area. The neighbors in the area are pretty awesome, a lot of older people in this area that have been here forever and all friendly. Its an OK area I dealt with it for so many years because one I am used to areas like this and two, it was cheap! I now live further down in bergen Lafayette across from the Foundry and love it, its so quiet!

Posted on: 2011/7/10 18:42
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: Three wounded, one critically, as shots fired at block party
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ps - this is where the new pool is located yipee!!

Posted on: 2011/7/10 3:01
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Re: Parking Ticket
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Anyone ever have trouble calling the courthouse for a traffic ticket? I have literally been calling 5 different numbers since 9am this morning and they are all constantly busy. Do they take their phones off the hook until a certain time or something, this is really crazy!!!

Posted on: 2011/7/7 16:07
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Re: Parking at Liberty State Park
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Not sure about the parking where the old railroad terminal is but there is a huge parking lot near the turnpike entrance in the back, there is no time limit there and lots of spaces usually.

Posted on: 2011/6/10 2:23
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Re: Splashpark and JC Pool
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I cannot wait to read the comments on here when everyone does go to Johnston Ave., the same area a lot of you say is seedy and dangerous but let a free pool be open and all of that changes right? The same people who live in this area will be at the pool as well, rowdy kids and all. I for one cant wait for the pool to open as we live only a few blocks away, it will be no country club and I know it is going to be PACKED, it is a really nice looking pool though with a seperate play area for the little kids. The park next door is very nice as well. Hope to see all you DT'ers there!

Posted on: 2011/6/2 5:02
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