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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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There was no letter attached to the estimated tax bill, rscott's claim the increase goes back to the 1st and 2nd quarters are opinion. Since the 4th quarter is not given to the public, everything is just a debate. The 4th quarter could be higher, just maybe the mayor would be mailed out after the November election to protect the Dems running for office against Republicans on the other side of the ballot.

Posted on: Yesterday 0:58
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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The increase is retroactive to the beginning of the year, so this estimated bill is basically Q3 with the increases for Q1 and Q2 added. It does not represent what each quarterly bill will be in the future. This always happens - Q3 is the largest of the year if the taxes increase, as it's making up for the increase not being included on Q1 and Q2.

Posted on: 6/24 15:11
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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i just looked at bills. this is ridiculous. inept leadership at the local level. spend, spend, spend and tax, tax and tax!

Posted on: 6/23 17:05
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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This is an estimated bill, there is one more quarter for 2022, so the 4th quarter could even be higher. Shame on this administration for playing games. We should know the breakdown of the county, school, and municipal governments.

Posted on: 6/22 14:34
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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Quote:

JC_rider wrote:
Just got 2022 Q3 tax bill. It is a whopping 33.3% increase from 2021 Q3! This is not acceptable!



$1,300+ per qtr for the one property I am not selling (I live in it). Going to give tenants notice that there is going to be a significant rent increase coming.

Posted on: 6/22 2:15
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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Just can't stay away


Just got 2022 Q3 tax bill. It is a whopping 33.3% increase from 2021 Q3! This is not acceptable!

Posted on: 6/22 0:41
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Editorial: Residents Must Speak up Now to Save Liberty State Park
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A bill making its way through the legislature and on for a hearing in the state Assembly tomorrow would open the park up to commercial development and forever damage the storied urban oasis.

https://jcitytimes.com/editorial-resid ... -save-liberty-state-park/

Posted on: 6/21 20:18
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Hudson County Community College Co -hosts Free Educational Event on Cannabis Culture
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The daylong event will feature an expungement clinic, important panel discussions, culinary infusion demonstrations and much more.

HCCC President, Dr. Christopher Reber, and Cannademix Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Josh Alb, will deliver welcoming remarks. Event highlights will include a daylong Expungement Clinic; presented by The Hoffman Centers, P.C. and Emerge Law Group; culinary infusion demonstrations with HCCC Continuing Education Instructor, Sean Wilson; mocktail bar; networking room; photo station; community donation center; and free food, beverages, and livestream.

https://riverviewobserver.net/general/ ... is-culture-of-new-jersey/

Posted on: 6/21 15:14
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Go Fund Me for Guy Wrongly Jailed Because of Racist Facial Recognition
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Posted on: 6/21 2:59
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Re: Bill Promoting Commercialization of Liberty State Park to Go Before Committee Tomorrow
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Call your State Assembley reps and urge them to vote this bill down and keep our public land from being handed over to developers. The bill wants the taxpayers to pay a quarter-billion dollars for the privilege of having large swaths our free public park turned into a for-profit operation.

The Hudson County reps are:
Rep. Angela V. McKnight - 201-360-2502
Rep. Pedro Mejia - 201-770-1303
Rep. Annette Chaparro - 201-683-7917
Rep. William B. Sampson IV - 609-847-3500
Rep. Angelica M. Jimenez - 201-223-4247
Rep. Raj Mukherji - 2012-626-4000

But this isn't just a Hudson County issue! I encourage everyone to keep calling assembly members from around the state (listed here: https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/legislative-roster). LSP is a state park that belongs to all of us, not just a handful of greedy developers! Some points to make when you call:

— This is public land that belongs to us; the bill would turn large sections of the park into for-profit spaces someone else will profit from, and the taxpayers will pay a quarter of a billion dollars for that to happen.

— The Senate pointedly struck down an amendment to protect Caven Point, a beautiful, open-to-all nature preserve and crucial wildlife habitat. Billionaire Paul Fireman has been trying for years to bulldoze this fragile ecosystem to expand his millionaires-only country club, and this bill will allow him to do just that.

— This vote isn't just a vote over what our park looks like. The core issue is who's more important to the Assemblyman/woman — all of your constituents and everyone in this state? Or a handful of greedy developers?

And be nice to the person on the phone! They didn't write this bill! And we're calling hopeful that the Assembly member will be on our side and protect our public spaces from being paved over for the sake of a greedy few.

Posted on: 6/21 2:10
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CDL DRIVER JOB - FULL TIME in JERSEY CITY!
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FULL TIME CDL DRIVER JOBS AVAILABLE!
Starting pay $27.50/HR
Must have experience and must know Manhattan.
Garbage truck and roll off company seeking full time drivers.

Please call Joe at 3478910738.

Posted on: 6/20 17:14
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Re: Fulop, a Klaus Schwab protegee?
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"You will own nothing and you will be happy" is their ethos.
Sounds about right for the denizens of Jersey City.

Food for thought:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WcxX94rEts

Enjoy the beautiful weather.

Posted on: 6/18 12:08
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Fulop, a Klaus Schwab protegee?
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Did we all know that Fulop is a WEF Global Young Leader, like Messrs Trudeau, Macron, and Mayor Pete or mmes Jacinda Arden and Cristia Freeland. Weird club. Wikipedia says Tom Cotton was also a member.

Posted on: 6/17 14:48
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Bill Promoting Commercialization of Liberty State Park to Go Before Committee Tomorrow
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Tomorrow the Environment and Energy Committee of the New Jersey State Senate will vote on a bill that environmental and civic groups fear would lead to the large-scale commercialization of Liberty State Park.

https://jcitytimes.com/bill-promoting- ... efore-committee-tomorrow/

Posted on: 6/15 23:40
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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Quote:

dmark526 wrote:
If the Jesuits liken themselves as Real Estate Developers, then the Jesuits can pay for it! I'm not sure how that works if they don't? What happens to any other property owner that doesn't maintain a building classified as historic?

Quote:

MDM wrote:
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dmark526 wrote:
If you remember, The Apple Tree house was at one time in horrendous shape. I remember that pigeons were living in it beacuse there were hole in the roof. That has since been totally restored.



So who is going to pay for this rehab?


Their job is education, and they do a good job on this one aspect. Personally, it is those activists who will go to meetings to stop a building from being destroyed and also go to another meeting to say "separation of church and state" to apply for funds to restore it. It is total hypocrisy. I know people in Hoboken to were upset when the college received funds for the bridge on Kennedy Blvd. That bridge actually is saving students' lives so they don't run into the streets as many did when changing classes.

Posted on: 6/13 16:01
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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If the Jesuits liken themselves as Real Estate Developers, then the Jesuits can pay for it! I'm not sure how that works if they don't? What happens to any other property owner that doesn't maintain a building classified as historic?

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MDM wrote:
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dmark526 wrote:
If you remember, The Apple Tree house was at one time in horrendous shape. I remember that pigeons were living in it beacuse there were hole in the roof. That has since been totally restored.



So who is going to pay for this rehab?

Posted on: 6/13 4:29
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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Quote:

dmark526 wrote:
If you remember, The Apple Tree house was at one time in horrendous shape. I remember that pigeons were living in it beacuse there were hole in the roof. That has since been totally restored.



So who is going to pay for this rehab?

Posted on: 6/12 22:13
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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The floor of the grammar school is sinking in. It is in very rough shape, so you cannot compare it to the Apple Tree House. The grammar school always had a history of replacing falling bricks in the structure back in the 1980s. As the floor caves in, the bricks pop out.

Posted on: 6/11 14:18
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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If you remember, The Apple Tree house was at one time in horrendous shape. I remember that pigeons were living in it beacuse there were hole in the roof. That has since been totally restored.

Posted on: 6/10 17:15
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Re: Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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From what I read earlier about the building, it is a wreck. So is it going to now sit vacant and deteriorate for years?

Posted on: 6/10 13:39
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Historic Preservation Commission Saves St. Peter’s Buildings from Wrecking Ball
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Two iconic buildings that have stood in downtown’s Paulus Hook neighborhood since Civil War times were once again spared demolition after a six-hour meeting of the Jersey City Historic Preservation Commission on Tuesday.

https://jcitytimes.com/historic-preser ... dings-from-wrecking-ball/

Posted on: 6/9 2:18
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Re: Jitney Bus
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I returned to the office Mar 8th and wait for the 80 Bus on Newark across from Healy's and I have not seen one jitney during this time, when pre-pandemic I used to see tons. I know this isn't helpful, but I just assumed they shortened or stopped that route.

Posted on: 6/8 15:52
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Re: Jitney Bus
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what happened to the jitney buses from the heights/union city to newport mall? i caught one last week and it abruptly stopped at journal square...a real PIA.

Posted on: 6/7 21:46
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Former Fulop Insider Tom Bertoli Now Headed to Trial
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The on again, off again federal court case of Tom Bertoli, former advisor to Mayor Steven Fulop, is now headed to trial.

https://jcitytimes.com/former-fulop-in ... toli-now-headed-to-trial/

Posted on: 6/7 18:43
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Re: Strawberry Picking Farms Around Jersey City, NJ
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Posted on: 6/4 9:51
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Strawberry Picking Farms Around Jersey City, NJ
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If you are looking for a fun and active way to get the whole family outside in the summer sun, give strawberry picking a try! There are plenty of strawberry picking farms around Jersey City, NJ and JCFamilies has the full guide for you!

https://jcfamilies.com/strawberry-pick ... ms-around-jersey-city-nj/

Posted on: 6/2 19:54
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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Bought a bunch from Novick Hardware on Central Ave in the Heights. $2.50 each, if you buy 8 or more.

Posted on: 5/31 13:23
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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Quote:

flea wrote:
We went to Richfield Farms in Clifton last weekend...nice place with good selection of organic seedlings.


This was my second stop during my day of plant hunting. Good selection and relatively sane prices.

Posted on: 5/30 14:14
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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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We went to Richfield Farms in Clifton last weekend...nice place with good selection of organic seedlings. Avoid buying your plants at big box stores:

A new study finds that half of all garden plants sold at big-box stores such as Walmart and Home Depot contain neonicotoids—pesticides that are toxic to bees and other pollinating insects. The study was conducted by the Pesticide Research Institute and by the environmental group Friends of the Earth.

Posted on: 5/28 20:21
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June 16 Liberty State Park 5K to Benefit York Street Project
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Winning Events Group has announced that York Street Project would be this year’s beneficiary of the Exchange Place Corporate Challenge 5K race slated for Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m. in Liberty State Park.

https://jcitytimes.com/june-16-liberty ... efit-york-street-project/

Posted on: 5/28 12:54
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