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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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I am curious to know who pays for all these "free" charging stations?


Who said anything about free charging stations? The stations are "for pay". Rates are based on kWh.

Posted on: 6/23 8:40
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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I'm pretty sure the reval is the first step in a series of school funding issues for the city.


Most of your post is reasonable, but this is not relevant. The reval is revenue neutral, the tax levy (the total take) is by law the same after as before. The reval is only about who already in the JC ratable tax base in pays what.


We normally agree 100% on the taxation and reval topic, but I think you are missing the point on this. I think the reval IS relevant with regards to school funding because if it comes out that our new rate is 1.8 (or, even lower, as some hope/expect) then it becomes much easier for other municipalities to argue that JC *is* getting a free ride at the expense of other towns with property tax rates that are much higher. Politically, I think it will be hard for JC to argue its residents are overtaxed and unable to absorb a school tax increase if the post-reval rate ends up being below two percent.

Posted on: 6/23 8:30
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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ProdigalSon wrote:
I'm pretty sure the reval is the first step in a series of school funding issues for the city.


Most of your post is reasonable, but this is not relevant. The reval is revenue neutral, the tax levy (the total take) is by law the same after as before. The reval is only about who already in the JC ratable tax base in pays what.

What I hate about this issue is the whole thing is a black box. JC sure isn't undertaxed, so how can we be so far short of being able to pay for our own schools? Is the JCBOE wasteful compared to similarly challenged districts? All we hear is partisan noise, I've never heard of a forensic accountant's analysis of the JCBOE budget.


The state shovels about $450 million every year to the JC BOE. You'd need some forensic accountant to find that shortfall if it all disappears.... So you're absolutely correct ProdigalSon. And it's the reason the state ordered JC to do the reval. They couldn't reduce aid to the JC BOE knowing the local tax system was so inequitable.

It's sad to see the level of denial here about this issue. After the State reduces aid to the JC BOE, property taxes will increase as an inevitable consequence. Some people are going to be badly caught out because they've drunk the “but the reval is revenue neutral” Kool-Aid..... The real story is what comes AFTER the reval.

Posted on: 6/23 4:27
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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ProdigalSon wrote:
I'm pretty sure the reval is the first step in a series of school funding issues for the city.


Most of your post is reasonable, but this is not relevant. The reval is revenue neutral, the tax levy (the total take) is by law the same after as before. The reval is only about who already in the JC ratable tax base in pays what.

What I hate about this issue is the whole thing is a black box. JC sure isn't undertaxed, so how can we be so far short of being able to pay for our own schools? Is the JCBOE wasteful compared to similarly challenged districts? All we hear is partisan noise, I've never heard of a forensic accountant's analysis of the JCBOE budget.

Posted on: 6/22 23:10
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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The suburban towns that shoulder the cost of the Abbott's really don't get any relief from this, it's more underaided towns like Bayonne that get a little more cash. JC can't really complain, after all, it's all about being fair.

Posted on: 6/22 22:00
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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I can't believe any of the politicians in JC would ever touch the school board with a 10 foot poll. There is a gaping wound that can be inflicted on JC by the state, 8.5 million is bad and going to leave the town scrambling. 217 million would cause a disaster. A further increase would be Great Depression sized calamity. I'm pretty sure the reval is the first step in a series of school funding issues for the city. I'm not even sure how residents can think it's fair that other towns shoulder 95%+ of their school budgets, yet this town can get by paying 15% or less?

It's insane that any politician would tout return of local control of the school board as a positive. It's clearly more rope for JC to hang itself by.

Posted on: 6/22 21:46
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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Interesting topic. I'd like to purchase an electric vehicle but currently park on the street. Would I be able to pay for an electric station to be installed in front my house hooked up to my electricity? Obviously I'd set it up so I'd be the only one to be able to use it. That being said, it would essentially become my parking spot. Is there any guidelines if that can be done? I wouldn't even know where to start.

Posted on: 6/22 21:30
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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In 2014, the city council voted a 99 year for one dollar a year for an electric charge station on 2nd Street. This deal outraged Councilman Yun, so he is trying to change the deal. At the last council caucus, Yun had the deal reduced to 20 years and he is still working on increasing the fee from one year a year. Just another give away from this administration.

Posted on: 6/22 21:14
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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Little did I know that my father (nor did he) was on the leading edge of electricity conservation when he used to run around the house yelling at my brother and sisters to turn the lights out when you leave a room.

He would yell "every light in the house is on... what do you kids think, electricity is free?" I am curious to know who pays for all these "free" charging stations?


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Hello,

Last City Council meeting an EV (electric vehicle) Zone was established in Jersey City - one of the first of its kind in the USA.

First St (between Marin and Provost) has a one-of-a-kind curbside EV charging hub with 19 spots for electric vehicles and EV car sharing via General Motors (Maven).
Through some of the Ordinances that will be heard next Wednesday, over half of these spots will be re-purposed, which will allow gas-powered vehicles to park as well.

With that said, we need the YOUR support to bring more electric vehicles and EV Zones to Jersey City - this can only be done by bringing in electric vehicle charging station infrastructure.
Today more than ever it is critical that we voice our opinions to promote and encourage reduction of greenhouse gas emissions!


Next Wednesday, June 28th at 6pm City Council is have a 2nd hearing as an opportunity for the public to speak up. If we come together to use our presence, voices & connections to let the city know the support for EVs in JC, we can be part of a movement that catapults the implementation of MORE EV stations, EV car sharing and EV ownership throughout JC.


Change is about the NOW. Here's how you can help:
1. SHARE this message with your friends and family. Start the conversation and educate them of our initiatives.
2. SHARE on social media & use #EVinJC
3. Participate and SHARE our Facebook Event to spread the word and see the movement in action
4. SIGN UP (join movement) to continue getting updates
5. SHOW UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your presence is powerful (plus, we'll have free t-shirts!)
6. SPEAK UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your VOICE is even more powerful. There will be opportunity to speak for up to 5 min to influence City officials about the support, demand, and/or need for #EVinJC

Posted on: 6/22 18:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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With all due respect to your utopian global views there is no evidence that the world is moving closer into a "global society" We may be connect more quickly due to technology but the idea that countries will willingly surrender their national sovereignty is a pipe dream that has been in existence since before Wilson started the League of Nations.

The LoN starts and 20 years later we are in another world war. It's all about power, money and influence and those with it are not going to subject their national interests to the will of other countries. The United Nations is the perfect example... countries like Iran chairing Human Right Committees.

I do not know what the solution is to world peace, but there is a long way to go reaching that goal... best we can only hope for is that everyone plays nicely in the global sandbox.

BTW it is ironic that you ask the people that supported the Republican Platform and won the presidential election to now submit themselves to the will of the progressive platform? Why?

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This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.

Posted on: 6/22 18:03
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Re: Trump Our New President
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We've got people supporting a new world order-guess who is running the EU? Old white guys in Belgium! The UN? More rich old guys, many of them-old white guys!
Russia? Old white guys. China and Japan? Very structured cultures with zero diversity. Middle East? Shiites and Sunnis want to kill each other. Africa? Is there a place more corrupt than Africa? Maybe South America. This thread is getting hilarious!

Posted on: 6/22 17:56
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Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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Hello,

Last City Council meeting an EV (electric vehicle) Zone was established in Jersey City - one of the first of its kind in the USA.

First St (between Marin and Provost) has a one-of-a-kind curbside EV charging hub with 19 spots for electric vehicles and EV car sharing via General Motors (Maven).
Through some of the Ordinances that will be heard next Wednesday, over half of these spots will be re-purposed, which will allow gas-powered vehicles to park as well.

With that said, we need the YOUR support to bring more electric vehicles and EV Zones to Jersey City - this can only be done by bringing in electric vehicle charging station infrastructure.
Today more than ever it is critical that we voice our opinions to promote and encourage reduction of greenhouse gas emissions!


Next Wednesday, June 28th at 6pm City Council is have a 2nd hearing as an opportunity for the public to speak up. If we come together to use our presence, voices & connections to let the city know the support for EVs in JC, we can be part of a movement that catapults the implementation of MORE EV stations, EV car sharing and EV ownership throughout JC.


Change is about the NOW. Here's how you can help:
1. SHARE this message with your friends and family. Start the conversation and educate them of our initiatives.
2. SHARE on social media & use #EVinJC
3. Participate and SHARE our Facebook Event to spread the word and see the movement in action
4. SIGN UP (join movement) to continue getting updates
5. SHOW UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your presence is powerful (plus, we'll have free t-shirts!)
6. SPEAK UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your VOICE is even more powerful. There will be opportunity to speak for up to 5 min to influence City officials about the support, demand, and/or need for #EVinJC

Posted on: 6/22 17:43
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hamparkvet wrote:
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Azul_the_Cat wrote:
This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.


It's all about scared white people raised on patriotic propaganda. The Chinese are gaining more influence worldwide and the white race is shrinking into a minority. The Trump fanboys can't handle the truth.


It won't happen in your lifetime!

Posted on: 6/22 17:34
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Azul_the_Cat wrote:
This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.


It's all about scared white people raised on patriotic propaganda. The Chinese are gaining more influence worldwide and the white race is shrinking into a minority. The Trump fanboys can't handle the truth.

Posted on: 6/22 17:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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HARDLY unexpected. They elected a lily white woman who dresses like a grandma. The district is 70% white but that will be ending soon as white people slip into the minority across the country. This is simply the dying tantrum of scared white people. She wouldn't even mention the POTUS's name in her speech!!

Election results from presidential races:
Year Office Results
2000 President George W. Bush 68% - Al Gore 32%
2004 President George W. Bush 70% - John Kerry 29%
2008 President John McCain 62% - Barack Obama 37%
2012 President Mitt Romney 61% - Barack Obama 38%
2016 President Donald Trump 48% - Hillary Clinton 47%


which one of your liberal talking heads told you she didn't even mention Trump in her speech? this is an outright lie, she actually thanked him for his support!


Tellingly, she never mentioned his name. She simply said I want to thank the POTUS. NO ONE does that unless they want to show that they will be associated with the office but not the man in it. He's toxic. And by the way? NONE of us voted in the Georgia election so the result means squat in the grand scheme.

Posted on: 6/22 17:13
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Re: Trump Our New President
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'Global society', jeez. Go preach that in Iran. Or North Korea. Join hands and get them to sing Kumbaya.

Posted on: 6/22 17:09
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Re: F.A.B
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Over 60 building in the UK are to be audited and tested that have the same cladding issues for community safety. City Officials and Inspectors are to test and sign off on them to confirm that they are safe.

Here in Melbourne they are doing the same ... JC should also do such an investigation in the interest of community safety ... Central Equity Limited is a global player in development and construction so I'd look at their buildings to start with ... Once independently tested, they can be given a 'green light' on materials used to keep residents and insurance co's happy.

Posted on: 6/22 16:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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135jc wrote:
Isn't Trump tearing up contracts and hopefully rewriting them a sign of this? If what you say is true why must the US foot the bill for the rest of the world?


Stop looking at it from an us vs. them perspective, and start looking at it from the perspective of we are all in this together. The sooner we move to a global society the better it will be for everyone on our pale blue dot in space. The problem as I see it, is people not understanding, or caring, about how their actions can have long reaching repercussions.

Perhaps Carl Sagan said it best.
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Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every "superstar," every "supreme leader," every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there--on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam.

The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena. Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors so that, in glory and triumph, they could become the momentary masters of a fraction of a dot. Think of the endless cruelties visited by the inhabitants of one corner of this pixel on the scarcely distinguishable inhabitants of some other corner, how frequent their misunderstandings, how eager they are to kill one another, how fervent their hatreds.

Our posturings, our imagined self-importance, the delusion that we have some privileged position in the Universe, are challenged by this point of pale light. Our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark. In our obscurity, in all this vastness, there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves.

The Earth is the only world known so far to harbor life. There is nowhere else, at least in the near future, to which our species could migrate. Visit, yes. Settle, not yet. Like it or not, for the moment the Earth is where we make our stand.

It has been said that astronomy is a humbling and character-building experience. There is perhaps no better demonstration of the folly of human conceits than this distant image of our tiny world. To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another, and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.

-- Carl Sagan, Pale Blue Dot, 1994



Posted on: 6/22 15:14
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Bill introduced that would give tax break to homeschool parents
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Bill introduced that would give tax break to homeschool parents

Assemblywoman Angela McKnight has proposed legislation that would cut the costs of books and other materials for parents who home-school their children.

The proposed bill would let taxpayers with incomes of up to $150,000 claim a tax credit for out-of-pocket expenses for home-schooling their children. Taxpayers would be eligible for a tax credit of up to $1,000 per child, and a maximum total of $3,000 per taxable year.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... duced_that_would_giv.html


Posted on: 6/22 15:06
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Re: Jersey City LIVE Falcon Camera - 101 Hudson Street
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WATCH: Scientists 'band' world's fastest bird atop a Jersey City skyscraper


Posted on: 6/22 14:58
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Re: Jersey City school officials fret over plan to cut $8.5M in state aid
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My big observation about Jersey City and state aid is why the school administration and BOE have been so quiet about redistribution whereas Fulop and the City Council (including Michael Yun) have opposed it. If you read the article, JCBOE members do not have the fury about losing state aid that Toms River and Brick do.

It's possible that the administrators and JCBOE members actually are progressives who understand that other towns have greater needs than Jersey City. If so, I commend them.

Fulop, on the other hand, is a lying _______.

Posted on: 6/22 14:34
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Calling Artists Last Day for Entries June 23rd, 2017
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Calling all Artists in Jersey City and surrounding Hudson County area the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone has an amazing opportunity for artists.
riverviewobserver.net/2017/06/call-artist-last-day-entries/


Posted on: 6/22 14:30
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Re: Jersey City Project Eat -Eat-Drink-Enjoy-Repeat
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I'm going to start my own condo / festival space soon. The slogan is going to be:
Live
Laugh
Love
Think
Study
Learn
Breathe
Bathe
Move
Walk
Run
Stay
Work
Play
Eat
Drink
Enjoy
Stop
Go
Repeat

Posted on: 6/22 11:10
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Re: Bolivian Parade - Best Parade ever!
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gordonh wrote:
Confirmation received!! Parade and festival is August 5 2017

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I can't find any info about it, but following the historical trend, it would be on August 5. I have reached out to Cultural Affairs to get confirmation and to get it on the events calendar. Last year, it took 3 emails and 3 phone calls before I got a response. I will let you know when I get additional info.

It wouldn't hurt for others to nag Cultural Affairs as well. CULTURALAFFAIRS@JCNJ.ORG (201) 547-6921



Thanks for the effort, gordonh!

Posted on: 6/22 10:55
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Azul_the_Cat wrote:
This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.


Isn't Trump tearing up contracts and hopefully rewriting them a sign of this? If what you say is true why must the US foot the bill for the rest of the world?

Posted on: 6/22 10:25
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Re: Window a/c service?
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I have always considered AC window units to be disposable items. When they fail, time to toss them.
If it is failing gradually it is likely a Freon leak or a failing compressor both of which are beyond a do-it-yourselfer.

If it is thermostat, what I would do is pull it out, it is connected with two wires: SHORT THEM and it will be always ON.


Posted on: 6/22 10:13
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Re: Sticker shock at hospital bill? This reform might help | Moran
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Good sign over your hospital bed:
"Do NOT come near me if you are NOT on my insurance plan. I forbid it."

Posted on: 6/22 10:10
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Re: Cordero Principal Strynar retiring!!!
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I agree with DanL. Both my children attended Cordero and yes, there are some imperfections.
The teachers are great and staff members were helpful. There have been an increase with parents
involvement with the school.

Many people do not realize Cordero also accommodates special education classes for special needs
and autistic children. Some of these children are required to take the State mandated test which will
affect the school's overall ratings.

Posted on: 6/22 9:50
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Re: Trump Our New President
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This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.

Posted on: 6/22 9:27
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Re: Storefronts on Newark Ave
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Did this lease?

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If anyone wants to open an office, gallery or a vintage store (or something else fun) here's a cheap space ($1195 per month /no broker's fee) Newark Ave & Monmouth. Only 5 blocks from Grove Street PATH subway station.

Please see my classified below or click my listing

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/off/6140984385.html

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ONLY $1195 per month - Call or text 646.789.5990

Start lease after summer!

DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY STOREFRONT $1195

Currently an Art Gallery ( & has been for 4 years)
Great space -newly renovated -- perfect for Store or Office -- works well for either use!

Great boutique retail space in heart of Downtown. About 11' frontage on Newark Ave surrounded by the hippest places in JC and great foot traffic! Toy Store Next Door -- Office, Store or Gallery Space -- Will not last! Only Blocks from Grove Street PATH station

New large rack of NYC CitiBikes right across street!

STOREFRONT RIGHT NEAR WHITE EAGLE HALL (800 person performance venue) & NO Broker Fees

DOWNTOWN Jersey City -- WHOLE STOREFRONT / OFFICE -- ONLY $1195

Classic Storefront!
Lots of foot traffic
GREAT for Professional Office or Retail!
New Luxury Condo buildings going up all around!

Call or text 646.789.5990

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Posted on: 6/22 8:47
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