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Re: "Pension abuse is rampant and outrageous," said Mayor Healy, "We need to have one job, one pension."
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JCwestie wrote:
Almost all Police Officers and Firemen are part of the State Plan (PFERS) Police & Fire Employees Retirment System. All other unionized City workers are part of the (PERS) Public Employee Retiement System. I think the rest may have 401k or none but the City Definately does not have a pension system that they manage.


Wrong. There are still a small number of older City employees who are in the pension plan the City used to offer to employees (ERS). The ERS plan is managed by the City.

Posted on: 2010/12/26 4:48
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Jersey City police superior officers win 2.75 percent raises in arbitrator's decision
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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_police_superior_of.html

Why when the City is in horrible financial shape and property taxes are rising are any City employees getting raises ?

Police, Fire, Crossing Guards all getting raises and the taxpayer be damned.

Posted on: 2010/11/26 20:42
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Re: Most of Hudson County's mayors welcome Christie's "tool kit" attempt to rein in property taxes
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icechute wrote:WTF does Healy know about "effective and efficient government"?


+1

It's highly unlikely Healy will ever get rid of any of the high-paid, no-show hacks he has on the City payroll.

Posted on: 2010/11/17 19:03
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Re: Do we cut the public employees a break?
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brewster wrote:
The system of negotiation when governments deal with their workers is clearly broken. I can't remember where I read it, but someone said the problem is governments must give big raises when times are good or look cheap, and give big benefit increase promises when times are bad in lieu of those raises. Heads they win, tails we lose.


You clearly know nothing of the salary situation in Jersey City government. Employees classified as management have no union and haven't received any raises in over 3 years. Most non-uniform City employees belong to pathetically weak unions and receive only token raises on a yearly basis. Many only make between 20K to 40K and now are subjected to furloughs.

Of course Police and Fire personnel have been gouging the City for years. But to paint all government workers with one broad brush is unfair and wrong.

Posted on: 2010/11/2 2:22
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Re: Jersey City Superintendent of Schools Charles T. Epps Jr. $300.000.00/year
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DanL wrote:
time to move on.

we must ensure a "good" contract both for our current superintendent and setting groundwork for the future.

we need a contract with a pay freeze and curtailment of some perks in line with the need for austerity. we need a contract with measurable performance benchmarks and goals.

a successful contract can allow us to move forward confident in our local control.



Are you serious ??!! This kind of statement is why nobody took your candidacy for Mayor seriously in the first place. Steve Fulop knows that Epps must go. Sue Mack and Sterling Waterman did the right thing and voted no. Your mealy-mouth reponse sounds like it came from Carol Lester.

Posted on: 2010/8/1 1:10
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Re: Vilification of public safety
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JC_DowntownRegular wrote:
I firmly believe that JCFD does a spectacular job and they deserve the pay and benefits they get. They show up when called, they are good at their jobs, and they are pleasant about it. I don't think any of these three items can be applied to any other agency or department in JC.


This is why people can't stand the uniform services in Jersey City. Police and Fire have this arrogance, this sense of entitlement, while they bleed the City dry. And most don't live here. All they know is gimme gimme gimme, and whine when they don't get it. There are many captains and battalion chiefs on the Jersey City force who do NOTHING !!!

The one possible good side of all these Police and Fire retirements is that the new guys will make less. Hopefully the City will get leadership that won't give away the store to Police and Fire. FULOP 2013 !!!!

Posted on: 2010/8/1 1:05
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Jersey City school board extends superintendent's contract
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Posted on: 2010/6/24 0:43
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Re: Where is the best french toast in jersey city?
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+1 for Madame Claude's

Posted on: 2010/5/23 18:13
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Re: UEFA Champions League
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2-0 Inter. Diego Milito is the man !

Posted on: 2010/5/23 18:11
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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The fools from Indio's were at it again last nite. Brawling and cursing with one another outside my 1st St. home at 1:30 AM. Bunch of cretins.

Posted on: 2010/5/23 18:10
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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tattooboz wrote:
If you want a quit neighborhood, you should consider moving bsck where you came from! Chilltown is not the suburbs and it will never be. Furthermore, Indios bar is a staple in the community and will be for many years to come. Didnt you do your research before you moved into the area??


Baloney. Indios is a fairly new place and certainly not a "staple of the community". Unless you are a drunken thug looking to rumble at 2AM.

Posted on: 2010/4/13 16:01
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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This isn't about race or culture for me. It's about loud, obnoxious, violent people keeping me up at night and effecting the quality of life in my neighborhood.

Posted on: 2010/4/7 19:53
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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Greenvillechick wrote:
I Love L.L., I don't know if you ever even been in there, but everytime I go and I have only been 4 or 5 times, they make you feel like family. There is a little old lady that lives upstairs that comes down every night to say hi to the bartenders. It would be worth it to just check it out, I rarely if ever see LL in the newspapers.


You obviously don't live in the neighborhood. Night after night, especially in summertime, the Latin Lounge patrons are screaming and yelling and booming music till 2 or 3 AM. Then they and the Indios cretins pile into the streets to yell and brawl with each other.

Posted on: 2010/4/7 17:51
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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Indios Place is the problem. It continues to draw a very bad element to the neighborhood. I wish they could close the place down.

Posted on: 2010/3/8 16:54
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Re: Gov Christie wants to cut unempluyment benefits $50 a week
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Hey Chester,

The Devils suck and so do you.

Posted on: 2010/2/26 19:32
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Re: New Jersey Nears Vote on Letting Gays Marry
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teacher wrote:
jclady..I answered the question. Maybe I should let Duggie Howard MD, socialists, you, jclist and Obama guide me? Why not Stalin or Castro? I am OFF this thread and site forever. Too many closed minded liberals...most likely all union workers here..and I'm closed minded..please.
OK tomorrow I will watch Ellen DeGenerate.
haaaa haaa losers. I'll pray to Liberacci and Adam Lambert for moral guidance. better right?
as I mock another jack-azz here ROLF. LOL (dumb shit).
maybe the commie host will block this heartfelt goodbye.


WOW ! I wonder if teacher is related to Glenn Beck ? Well, as a godless evil liberal atheist commie pinko, teacher has given me a good laugh to start the day.

Posted on: 2009/12/8 14:42
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Re: TRANSFORMATION OF VACANT FIRST STREET PARK TO BEGIN
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Many of us in the neighborhood signed a petition to get Indio's liquor license pulled, to no avail.

Call it ranting, but Indio's is a real blight on this community. I would think part of the planning process would be to remove any blighting influences to a redevelopment project. It's a shame Fulop hasn't done more to address this.

Posted on: 2009/10/24 2:19
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Re: TRANSFORMATION OF VACANT FIRST STREET PARK TO BEGIN
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I wish you all luck. But until Indio's Place is closed down that block will still be a mess. A beautiful Park with a bunch of cretins lurking across the street. Ugh.

Posted on: 2009/10/11 3:26
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Re: ID theft ring victimized patrons at unnamed Jersey City restaurants
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Why won't they name the restaurants where the information was stolen from ? My wife's card has now been compromised. I wouldn't go to a place that had staff who were stealing credit card ID's.

Posted on: 2009/8/30 2:08
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Re: Vega might relinquish council presidency
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I guess if Vega resigns and Healy is indicted it will be acting Mayor Peter Brennan.

Posted on: 2009/8/20 19:29
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Re: On First And Brunswick Man Is Arrested With Tec-9
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I have no doubts that the guy caught with the Tec-9 was a patron of Indio's Place. He probably stashed the gun in the fenced park across the street.

Posted on: 2009/8/2 0:36
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Re: RALLY/PROTEST WEDNESDAY, 29TH CITY HALL AT 9:00AM
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GnomeGeneral wrote:Saw the whole thing go down. What a tool. You would think being that your mom works for the government, she would have taught you some class. Nope, you're just like the rest of the worthless riff raff around this city. Except your benz was bought with tax payers' money as opposed to some junkie's last dollar bill.


I'm guessing that's the Benz that Phil Flood Jr. was caught selling marijuana from.

Posted on: 2009/7/29 19:32
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Re: "Harvey became a political hound," Phillip G. Webb charges...
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Both Webb and Smith are hacks. They are products of the same political culture. The idea that they are reformers is laughable.

Posted on: 2009/5/8 18:53
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Re: Guy Catrillo is a Repulican and a screw up
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Catrillo's real name is Kirk Storm.

http://www.jc1tv.com/featfilmacmov.html#part2


Posted on: 2009/5/1 18:58
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Re: The Village Neighborhood Association - Updates
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JimA wrote:
As far as the driving accidents and loud and lewd behavior from the bar this is the first time I have heard of it. Has anyone called the Police or filed a repot?


The loud and lewd behavior from Indio's Place and the Latin Lounge has been going on forever. A petition was passed to deprive Indio's of their liquor license but nothing ever happened.

My son was woken at 3 AM recently with a full blown fist fight going on on 1st St. The cops can't respond quick enough in these incidents.

Indio's must go !!!!

Posted on: 2009/4/21 19:52
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Doug Salters for Council - Ward B
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Does anyone know this fellow who's running for City Council on Dan Levin's ticket ?

Posted on: 2009/4/12 17:24

Edited by Webmaster on 2009/4/12 19:51:36
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Re: Heights: Woman found dead in Tonnelle Ave. hotel room
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Back in the day those places on Tonnelle Ave. were called No-Tell Motels. I'm guessing they still are.

Posted on: 2009/3/27 20:18
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Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
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Did you see Kolb's shoes in the online JJ ? She should be locked up for bad fashion taste.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... tos_turned_over_to_d.html

Posted on: 2009/3/14 18:55
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