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Halloween Events in and around Jersey City
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There are a ton of spooky and scary activities happening around Jersey City. From ghostly haunted houses to Jack O’Lantern’s experience, we know how much families love their spooky activities this month. Check this guide out!

https://jcfamilies.com/halloween-events-in-and-around-jersey-city/

Posted on: 10/12 19:24
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Incendiary Flyers Attacking Gilmore Appear on Cars Throughout Ward F
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To anyone familiar with Ward F Council Candidate Frank “Educational” Gilmore’s backstory, the information on a flyer that appeared on cars throughout the ward this morning is nothing new.

https://jcitytimes.com/incendiary-flye ... n-cars-throughout-ward-f/

Posted on: 10/12 17:55
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Three Victims in Bergen Lafayette Shooting
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Three people were shot tonight in Bergen-Lafayette.

https://jcitytimes.com/three-victims-in-bergen-lafayette-shooting/

Posted on: 10/12 3:30
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Sweden and Denmark are not giving the Moderna vaccine due to concerns of heart inflammation to young people under 30 in Sweden and Denmark under 18.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medic ... r-AAPhBr4?ocid=uxbndlbing

Posted on: 10/11 17:27
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Re: STFU STATUE in Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY'S BIZARRE "SHUSH" SCULPTURE IS PERFECT SYMBOL FOR NJ

| https://nj1015.com/jersey-citys-bizarr ... p&utm_medium=referral


Posted on: 10/11 1:38
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In Wards B, C, and D Jersey City council races, it’s reformers vs. Team Fulop
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Two months from the Jersey City municipal election, challengers to Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop’s council slate are promising reform.

In Jersey City’s Wards B, C, and D, five political newcomers — Joel Brooks, Kevin Bing, Tom Zuppa, Danielle Freire and John Salierno — are vying for council seats, hoping to tap into frustration with rising rents, quality-of-life concerns, and the breakneck pace of development across the city.


Posted on: 10/11 1:13
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Re: Solomon Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign
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SEIU 32BJ ENDORSES JAMES SOLOMON FOR CITY COUNCIL 


Posted on: 10/11 1:11
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Hudson West Folk Festival To Bring Americana, Blues and Roots Music to Nimbus
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Folk music ain’t what it used to be – at least in Jersey City – as evidenced by this year’s Hudson West Folk Festival, which takes place on Saturday, October 16 from noon to 10 p.m.

https://jcitytimes.com/hudson-west-fol ... nd-roots-music-to-nimbus/

Posted on: 10/10 18:05
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Re: Jersey City Times Requests Vaccination Status of All Candidates
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No one's business but their own. Ridiculous.

Posted on: 10/10 15:01
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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They're awfully ugly coming in from the pike blocking out the beauty of the NYC skyline, but when you stand in front of them on the street--phew...just plain tasteless.

Box living in the air....

Pity the neighborhoods and the people. Those things will cast shadows quite a ways.

Posted on: 10/10 15:00
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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great news. but I think jc leaders need to pay a visit to Williamsburg
and other parts of nyc to see how attractive buildings with character and oenhances neighborhoods. I'm getting tired of looking at all these non-descript boxes in jcQuote:

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Hi,

The Journal Squared project at Journal Square from Pavonia Ave to Summit Avenue is about to begin.

I have mixed feelings: At one end, I enjoy some of the nice newer developments in the JC area. Because of them, I get to enjoy nearby restaurants, shops, parks, and just a nicer area than the current JSQ area, which is still clustered and dingy. At the other end, some nicer residential towers that are currently up and running demand rents that I, honestly, cannot afford.

This brings me to the residents about to be displaced. Where are middle income tenants like that suppose to go if they cannot afford to live in a nice building? They are being pushed out so others can enjoy the proximity to the trains leaving the current residents to find something (near transportation) with rent that is $2600+/a month or they would have to move out of JC.

Maybe it's just me but I feel there is no middle ground. It's either a place you can't afford in the luxury towers or a residence that is worse than where one currently is.

With that said, is there a place for middle income residents in JC that's decent?


Posted on: 10/10 11:18
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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great news. but I think jc leaders need to pay a visit to Williamsburg
and other parts of nyc to see how attractive buildings with character and oenhances neighborhoods. I'm getting tired of looking at all these non-descript boxes in jc

Posted on: 10/10 11:18
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Re: Jersey City Times Requests Vaccination Status of All Candidates
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What does any of this have to do with running the city or balancing the budget plus making sure the water and MUA are not ripping us off?

Posted on: 10/9 22:39
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Editorial: Candidates Should Disclose Vaccination Status Now
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All candidates should immediately disclose if and when they were vaccinated against Covid-19. If they have not been, they should explain why.

https://jcitytimes.com/editorial-candi ... e-vaccination-status-now/

Posted on: 10/9 12:56
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Jersey City Times Requests Vaccination Status of All Candidates
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Today Jersey City Times asked that all candidates running for mayor and city council divulge their vaccination statuses and, if vaccinated, provide a copy of their vaccination cards as proof.

https://jcitytimes.com/jersey-city-tim ... status-of-all-candidates/

Posted on: 10/8 22:54
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Bayonne Man Arrested in Heights Hit and Run
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A Bayonne man was arrested today in connection with a March 24 hit and run in the Jersey City Heights neighborhood.

https://jcitytimes.com/bayonne-man-arrested-in-heights-hit-and-run/

Posted on: 10/7 21:31
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Infinity Institute Teacher Charged in Sexual Assaults of Three Students
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A Hudson County Grand Jury has indicted a teacher at the Infinity Institute in Jersey City for the sexual assaults of three female students.

https://jcitytimes.com/infinity-instit ... saults-of-three-students/

Posted on: 10/7 20:56
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This Weekend (things to do)
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Jersey City is packed with events for everyone this weekend. There’s comedy at Corgi Spirits, 902 Brewing Co., and The Brightside Tavern, plus multiple jazz and dance events.

https://jcitytimes.com/this-weekend-20/

Posted on: 10/7 20:01
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Robinson Pounces on Gilmore Following Vaccine Revelation
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Ward F Councilman Jermaine Robinson is criticizing challenger Frank Educational Gilmore following Gilmore’s admission last night that he had not been vaccinated.

https://jcitytimes.com/robinson-pounce ... owing-vaccine-revelation/

Posted on: 10/7 19:22
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Re: Solomon Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign
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Solomon does not stand with people who pays property tax. He is the one who sponsored the 2 to 4 property owner bill that puts non-owner property under rent control. Rent Control is governed by the Consumer Price Index, so when taxes rises, the tenants cannot pay that increase. But the small homeowner who lives in his 2 to 4 family home as well as one family and condo owners will get the tax increase. JC must pay $250 million more to the public schools and what that does is exempt tenants from that obligation even if they have children in the school.

Posted on: 10/7 17:57
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Man survives 15-story fall from Jersey City hi-rise, lands on BMW
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Man survives 15-story fall from Jersey City hi-rise, lands on BMW


Posted on: 10/7 14:40
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Re: Solomon Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign
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Hotel Trades Council supports Solomon after endorsing most of Team Fulop in Jersey City

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Councilman Solomon has stood with the Hotel Trades Council and our members in some of our toughest fights in Jersey City. He was a tireless advocate against AirBnb’s proliferation of illegal hotels throughout the city and stood with us when we pushed back against their multi-million-dollar ballot initiative to overturn the city’s ordinance,” HTC President Rich Maroko said in a statement.

“Over the last four years, he has stood up for hotel workers and for all working-class people in Downtown Jersey City. Based on that track record, we know that we can count on Councilman Solomon to advocate for our members and for working people throughout Jersey City.”

https://hudsoncountyview.com/hotel-tra ... eam-fulop-in-jersey-city/


Posted on: 10/7 14:06
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Posted on: 10/7 5:54
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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KRE Group breaks ground on Journal Squared’s third tower, shows off second tower views

Principals from KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors, LLC Tuesday marked two significant milestones at Journal Squared, the high-rise apartment complex with awe-inspiring views in Jersey City’s historic Journal Square neighborhood.

The development partners, along with Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, celebrated the five-month lease-up of Journal Squared’s 704-unit second tower and broke ground on the project’s third and final building, a 60-story high-rise comprising 600 rental residences.

Located at Pavonia and Summit avenues and with direct access to the Journal Square Transportation Center, the three-tower development will ultimately total 1,840 rental residences and 36,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space in 53-, 60- and 68-story buildings.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/10/kre- ... d-tower-views-photos.html


Posted on: 10/6 23:23
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JCAST Roundup
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"These are eleven works that made an immediate impression on me — and if you saw them, I’ll bet they made an impression on you, too. Many are still viewable and will be for a few weeks."

https://jcitytimes.com/jcast-roundup/

Posted on: 10/6 21:16
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Re: Tenant opened a pizza space without permits
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Thank you!! Yes, he is moving out and I learned my lesson for the next tenant. Thank you all for advising me in this matter.

Posted on: 10/6 16:51
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Re: Tenant opened a pizza space without permits
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Quote:

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It is my first time dealing with commercial lease and does not have cited anything that I have to bill him. But, he terminated the lease on his own and moved everything out overnight.


Just a thought here - when you get the next commercial lease written, I would consult a lawyer (or a better lawyer than the one you used) to write the lease and plan for contingencies like these.

Assuming you can track the guy down, I believe you could file a case in small claims court without a lawyer. But, if he doesn't pay up on any judgement due to you, you would need to know which bank he has his business and/or personal accounts in order to collect. Also, was the lease between you and him, or you and his business entity? You may have to sue both.

Posted on: 10/6 14:59
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Re: Tenant opened a pizza space without permits
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It is my first time dealing with commercial lease and does not have cited anything that I have to bill him. But, he terminated the lease on his own and moved everything out overnight.

Posted on: 10/6 13:29
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Re: City Workers on Edge After Bullets Shatter Annex Windows
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If you work on MLK Drive, it comes with the territory. I wouldn't work over there if you gave me a bulletproof vest and an armored vehicle.

Posted on: 10/6 5:37
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City Workers on Edge After Bullets Shatter Annex Windows
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City workers are on edge today after bullets ripped into windows at their Bergen-Lafayette offices last night.

https://jcitytimes.com/city-workers-on ... ts-shatter-annex-windows/

Posted on: 10/5 22:45
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