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Re: M.E. Casa Restaurant
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Went to ME Casa last Saturday and I must say it was really good. It was a nice change from La Conguita or Hardgrove. It's Puerto Rican cuisine and trust me, it's not the same! The owner was pleasant and the service was good. It's a little off the beaten paths of Newark Ave and Grove St., but well worth it. Dixon Mills' residents will be very happy if they can get over the place that was there before.

Posted on: 2012/6/3 4:29
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Re: Newark Avenue StreetScape
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Went to JC Village meeting this Tuesday. The Newark Ave. streetscape will look great-once it gets done. Apparently, two of the contractors are sueing for the job. We have to wait for the judge to make a decision. Looks like the construction's going to be delayed. Hopefully not too long.

Posted on: 2010/10/21 15:15
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Re: does anyone know anything about the building called The Wave?
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The Wave is now The Flats. They're running a deal right now-no closing fees. The units are nice. The duplex-not so much. It's very choppy. Take a look. Took a tour this weekend, not too bad.

Posted on: 2010/10/4 3:09
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Re: Society Hill Jersey City
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FYI: The Society Hill/Droyer's Point Community is divided into 3 seperate communities. Society Hill 1- maintenance fee is $190 a month. Society Hill 2- maintenance fee is approximately $234 a month and Droyer's Point maintenance fee is approximately $254 a month. Depending on the size and proximity to the waterfront, you can find a garden apartment from the low 200's. A 2 bedroom duplex is anywhere from mid to upper 200-340k. A 2-3 bedroom townhome is about high 300's to low 400's. A one family townhome in Droyer's Point is about high 300's to high $400's because they're newer. All units have parking included, townhomes have garages. Rents depend on the size, anywhere from $1400-2600. Recently looked into moving there.

Posted on: 2010/10/1 19:26
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Re: City Budget Suggestion Box - Cost Cutting and Revenue Generating Ideas
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Just wondering... Has New Jersey ever thought of charging its residents for car registation? A nominal fee of about $30 dollars. It would be a great source of income and probably save some jobs. Just wondering...

Posted on: 2010/9/29 15:33
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Re: LITTERBUGS!!
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Thank for the info. Good to know. I don't even k ow where to begin:)

Posted on: 2010/9/28 1:40
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Re: Crescent Court?
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2 units sold this weekend. Another 3 units sold two weeks ago. I think it's going well.

Posted on: 2010/9/27 23:56
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Society Hill
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Can anyone tell me if Society Hill/Droyer's Point is a good place to live?

Posted on: 2010/9/27 20:32
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Re: Crescent Court?
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Could it be the economy? There are only 14 units left. I think that's pretty good in this sluggish economy. Maybe you should take a look.

Posted on: 2010/9/27 4:04
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LITTERBUGS!!
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I just moved here a couple of months ago and I have to say the Jersey City is one dirty place. There's no pride of ownership here. People let litter sit in front of their homes for days. I know it must be a pain in the a** to clean up after people that throw trash in front of your home, but it's still your home. Does the Jersey City Incinerator Authority enforce any kind of sanitary codes? There are weeds growing from sidewalks that are starting to look like trees. I hate having to walk down the street through what is starting to look like the beginnings of a forest. It unsightly and makes even the nicest looking blocks seem trashy. Sad....

Posted on: 2010/9/27 3:03
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Re: Brunswick St - tire slashing
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Wow. First tires, what next?.... I just moved here a couple of months ago. Can't people watch their kids?

Posted on: 2010/9/27 2:48
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Re: Crescent Court?
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Moved in to Crescent Court in May 2010. It took forever, but totally worth it. What other condo will give you high end materials-standard and a parking space-no additional cost.

Posted on: 2010/9/27 2:19
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