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Re: Jersey City cop fatally shoots dog after it lunges at him, prosecutor says
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Sounds like an abusive situation to me. She is just covering for the husband now, seemingly out of fear.

Posted on: 2015/5/1 0:05
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Re: Fee based classes in Hamilton Park??
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I usually encourage my dogs to poop in the middle of the "soccer camps".

Posted on: 2015/4/29 2:01
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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It's all about how much effort you are willing to exert to stop criminals. I see so many posts and hear so many stories about people seeing stuff but not making an effort to do something about it. I have made the effort and 9 people have gone to jail. A few years ago a neighboring building got broken into, 5 or 6 bikes were stolen but the residents shrugged it off. "Stuff happens" and no police report made. Well the perps came back the NEXT day and made off with the 2 bikes they missed the day before. Yes, it's a pain in the ass sometimes. Last time I got involved my weekend getaway was delayed by 4 hours while the cop typed the report with 2 fingers but the A-hole thief got put away. If you see something, say something. Don't just write about it hours later. WE ALL KNOW THAT CRIME HAPPENS ALL OVER JC.

Posted on: 2015/4/20 7:54
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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I like how her grammar and verb tense all go out the window when her/his past posts are all pretty well written. "Me no likey what I seen in DTJC."

Posted on: 2015/4/19 3:49
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Re: fighting to keep existing height and density zoning in The Village
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nafco wrote:
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user1111 wrote:
According to city data 07302 alone there are over 3,500 cars dtjc

Cars and other vehicles available in 07302 in houses/condos/apartments

no vehicle: 892
1 vehicle: 3,261
2 vehicles: 606
3 vehicles: 143
4 vehicles: 0
5+ vehicles: 16

For renters its even higher..
no vehicle: 5,537
1 vehicle: 5,627
2 vehicles: 819
3 vehicles: 89
4 vehicles: 24
5+ vehicles: 39



Read more: http://www.city-data.com/zips/07302.html#ixzz3XaA7BFsp


Wow, Having one car is enough of a pain in the ass. I wonder where those few people are parking their 5+ cars?

1% problems I guess.

But yeah, way too many people have their own car here. Im a hypocrite bc I had one too in JSQ. I guess its more of a reflection of every other city in America as we all know NYC is an exception to the rule when it comes to people dont have cars. However, JC is kind of unique for a city this small to have 24/7 mass transit, even as shitty as the PATH is. It is non-stop so you can get by without a car. But as long as there are giant box stores in downtown, there will be a ton of people who need their cars here.


Why do people always assume that if you live in Jersey City then you work in NYC?

Posted on: 2015/4/17 16:52
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Re: 800+ pedestrians hurt, 19 killed, on JFK Blvd. in past 10 years
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Please people, for every pedestrian behaving badly I see 20 drivers being even worse. I was walking down 8th and talking on the phone but totally aware of my surroundings. As I got to Erie I was looking at the traffic and some car tried to jump the stop sign to make a right. I stopped them as I stepped into the crosswalk and the girl passenger was like "GET OFF THE PHONE!" but I was like "No, nice try but I saw you the whole time bitches! You gotta WAIT."

Posted on: 2015/4/9 17:40
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Re: JC councilman charged with drunken driving after three-car collision
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I'm amazed someone hasn't thrown this out there yet, but it seems to me as if Chico has spent a crazy amount of time driving this vehicle around JC and other places after midnight...making several stops each time. One can assume he has a stable of girlfriends out there, but a more feasible explanation is that he's delivering small bags of things to people. Now, I don't know this guy and have no right to blame someone for being a dope dealer, but until someone can provide a legitimate excuse for this guy's frequent "home visits" that last for mere minutes, then what the hell is he doing making all these stops after midnight to people all over the place? Seems suspoicious to me and I could care less if I am accusing this dirtbag of anything....as far as I am concerned, he's pocketed a percentage of my property taxes for the past however long he has been abusing the system in JC. Can't wait until the "higher ups" start getting their own due justice also. Obviously, it's just not the lower end workers abusing this system. Kudos to the magnificent reporters that brought this all to light...too bad out own city employees and MAYOR do not possess the integrity to do these inspections on their own.


I have proposed this possibility to friends but I also wonder if he simply allowed a "friend" to use his car? Maybe an "associate"?

Posted on: 2015/4/9 16:50
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Re: Jersey Ave man charged with using F@got over 100 times: officials
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We need to start a "Whaaaa! I LIVED in the Soviet Union" thread.

Posted on: 2015/4/7 16:12
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Re: Jersey Ave man charged with using F@got over 100 times: officials
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It appears this guy has had brushes with the law before:

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

What a waste of air. I hope the court throws the book at him.


That case is a classic example of why all crimes need to be reported. I have known people who have had stuff stolen, burglarized and never went to the cops. The classic was the building that had 5 or 6 bikes stolen one day and not one tenant made a report. The NEXT day the perps came back and stole the 2 bikes they had missed the day before.

Posted on: 2015/4/4 4:26
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Re: JUST BECLAWS
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Maybe something like The Dopeness? Oh wait...

Posted on: 2015/3/23 23:57
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Re: Hoboken ranked top hipster city in the U.S.
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Opening a Yoga studio seems to be the route many 30 and 40 something mommies take once their kids are in Grammar school. I don't associate Yoga with hipsters at all. Hoboken has tons of Wall Street D-Bags and tons of ambitious women who are looking to tie them down. It's a graveyard for Frat-boys and the like who cannot come to grips with the fact that High School and College are over. It does have the best mozzarella cheese anywhere though. (Vito's)

Posted on: 2015/3/19 1:46
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Jeez, it's obvious. One of them, the WTC line, is a loop. That allows for more trains as opposed to 33rd. where every train has to be turned around thus slowing down the whole line.

Posted on: 2015/3/18 4:47
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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A hint.
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Posted on: 2015/3/17 22:42
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Yesterday afternoon, at the 14th St station: announcement playing stating that due to signal failure all trains on the 33rd St line were experiencing delays (seriously, is this a joke!?) A train to Hoboken pulls into the station and EVERY CAR had ample seating available. Heck, some cars seem to have had at least half the seats empty. 10 minutes later, the JSQ train shows up... EVERY CAR is crowded, no seats available to anyone.

They REALLY need to adjust the JSQ and HOB schedules to alter the frequency of trains heading to each destination. It is a (cruel) joke to run half empty trains to HOB, while JSQ trains are running with crowded conditions.


The ratio of WTC to 33rd trains is becoming just as much of a problem, I think. Two WTC trains come for every 33rd St train, and typically every other WTC train is pretty empty, while the 33rd Street trains are packed at any hour before 9am. On days that I commute I tend to get to Grove between 9-9:15 so it's not bad, but if I have an early situation I have to get to, the 33rd Street line is Sardinesville.


$1.00 for the first person who can tell us the difference between the 33rd St and WTC train routes? Quick!

Posted on: 2015/3/17 19:35
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Re: JC councilman charged with drunken driving after three-car collision
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You can attend social functions and refrain from drinking alcohol. He's an embarrassment.

Posted on: 2015/3/16 22:55
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Re: JC councilman charged with drunken driving after three-car collision
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The real question is the chicken or egg one. Do we constantly elect booze-hounds or do these fools become booze-hounds after sitting on the council for a few months? Either way he should be booted as it's obvious that his decision making skills are terrible. Also, can someone please show the council-members how to download the Uber app?

Posted on: 2015/3/16 14:37
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Re: JC councilman charged with drunken driving after three-car collision
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He's screwed. The civil suits coming his way will ruin him.

Posted on: 2015/3/14 23:48
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Re: Violin playing not permitted in Newport
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And yet that same homeless guy and the "kids" selling candy are still pestering people by the parking garage exit?

Posted on: 2015/3/13 19:03
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Been here in DTJC for 26 years, the PATH Train is a nightmare as far as crowding goes. It's only going to get worse. Lets review, the trains go in on one track and return on another. Any train that goes into 33rd Street has to be turned around and so all but one of the inbound trains have to wait. They cannot increase service. If they had a circular route then it would be easy to increase trains.

Posted on: 2015/3/9 15:27
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Re: Jersey City woman among 100 finalists for mission to colonize Mars: report
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If there are Martians they will be mightily confused when the first Earth woman they meet is transgender. Although, if you believe the stories they've already met plenty of us Earthlings.

Posted on: 2015/2/21 19:23
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Re: Jersey City named most diverse city in America: report
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Quote:

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I grew up in a fairly homogeneous place (white straight Republicans with 2-4 kids) and always said I would live in a diverse city (racial, economic, sexual orientation) when I grew up as I prefer to live in a place that reflects the broader world. It's more interesting that way, meet all types of people and yes better food options.

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2001/0205.florida.html


Food options and their high standards!!!

http://www.eater.com/2014/12/30/74678 ... -chinese-food-distributor

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2010/01/post_59.html

Posted on: 2015/2/17 22:24
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Re: Telco Loft on Erie
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I love the way people try to sell condos around DTJC. I remember stopping in the open house for the condos built on 5th and Jersey Ave and the realtors actually trying to deny that it had recently been a funeral home. "Oh no, it was a mansion." I was like "You must be new around here."

Posted on: 2015/2/17 22:19
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Re: Jersey City Baby Has Suspected Case of Measles: Health Officials
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the baby lives in the Trump Building


Put all those residents on a barge in the Hudson then. Just in case.

Posted on: 2015/2/6 20:46
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Re: Jersey City Baby Has Suspected Case of Measles: Health Officials
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Put the kid on a barge in the Hudson till we know for sure. Just in case.

Posted on: 2015/2/6 19:36
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Re: Woman found dead inside bathroom at store in Jersey City's Newport mall
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I walk through the mall very early in the morning on my way to work sometimes. I have noticed some homeless types hanging out on the couches, watching TV near the end where Pay-Half is located. Personally it doesn't bother me as the alternative is being pushed out into the cold. Lets face it, our transit systems, malls and McDonalds Restaurants (Super cheap/nasty food) are de facto homeless shelters. This drug death will probably result in the mall security being more aggressive about pushing those homeless out unfortunately.

Posted on: 2015/1/27 20:46
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Re: Massive Edgewater fire
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Anyone who has seen the newer construction in downtown JC could tell you how cheap and flimsy the materials are that are used. The only building I would move into is the Hamilton Place building and that's because it was built on the bones of the old St. Francis Hospital.

Posted on: 2015/1/23 13:22
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Re: NJ Turnpike "black ice" accident
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Quote:

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There was a car on fire. I hope the filmer called 911.


"I can't call! I'm using my phone to film!!!"


You look stupid here.


It's called sarcasm. You just have a stick up your ass because I walk my dog off-leash.

Posted on: 2015/1/20 21:56
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Re: NJ Turnpike "black ice" accident
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Quote:

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There was a car on fire. I hope the filmer called 911.


"I can't call! I'm using my phone to film!!!"

Posted on: 2015/1/20 16:34
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Re: Stolen Refrigerator Doors - The Village
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Sounds like the work of those scrap metal collectors. The trucks probably still in the area.

Posted on: 2015/1/20 16:33
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Re: Amendment to an ordinance
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As long as the zoning classification is revealed in an inspection. Right now, I'm not sure if that is the case.


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Sounds shady on both ends. The C.O. would be obtained before selling a property as you stated below so why not establish it before actually putting the home on the market? Selling a home with a wink and a nod and with prior knowledge that it contains an illegal apartment is possibly screwing the buyer in a big way. Is it really okay to sell a property that has a rental property that is illegal? After all that extra income is usually a big factor in a person's decision to buy. I see no problem in people knowing upfront how a property is zoned. To do so otherwise is deception IMO. As far as taxes? That is something that could be modified IMO.

"Prior to selling your property, an owner would have to obtain a Certificate of Compliance issued by a Zoning officer. The compliance process would include inspecting each property prior to sale, part of which would be to ascertain that the property is being used in accordance to its zoning requirements, (example- zoned for two families, used as three families)."


Almost every buyer engages an RE lawyer, and has a home inspection already done as part of the existing sales process. Why isn't that enough? Licensing those inspectors might be a better way of approaching the zoning question instead of city red tape.

I'd much rather see a sale/transfer trigger a reval on the property than this nonsense.

Posted on: 2015/1/20 2:39
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