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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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I'll say what kind of dog it was - in a shocking development it was a harmless, docile pitbull. Gray if you want to know. I was leaving my house with my son when the a woman walked by with two leashed dogs. As I crossed the street I turned to see the pitbull running out and latching on to the dog in the picture. It took three people including the owner to get the pitbull off of the other dog.
Do you know what his response was? - Your dog barked at my dog.
It could have been my son because maybe he laughed as he walked by.
I know the argument that by nature they are not aggressive and it's the owners fault. A Chihuahua may be 100 times more aggressive but if it bites you they don't rip your face off.
A bb gun or .22 is no more dangerous to the public at large than a semi automatic rifle is when held by a responsible owner. The problem is when it falls into the wrong hands.

Let the games begin.

Posted on: 2013/8/27 15:31
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Re: Chili Peppers!
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Supremo on Palisade has all kinds of peppers.

Posted on: 2013/6/20 22:24
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Re: Advice for selling condo, escaping the Heights
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I've lived in the heights for 4 years and counting.

Posted on: 2011/10/21 2:10
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Re: Advice for selling condo, escaping the Heights
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Stick it out. If you're not part of the solution you're part of the problem. See what you can do to change some of the things you don't like. Downtown JC wasn't always what it is today and neither was Hoboken. People moved in, stayed and improved it.

Posted on: 2011/10/21 1:47
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Re: We Just Had a Power Surge Downtown
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No power on Griffith and Kennedy in the heights

Posted on: 2011/7/23 2:51
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Re: Heights: 4th of July Partygoer Attacked Man with Aluminum Baseball Bat Causing Severe Head Injuries
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I'm curious if any of the people involved are associated with the house that has been causing problems at that location.

Posted on: 2011/7/8 14:47
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Re: Raccoons
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@ThirdRail I have tried cayenne pepper spray, repellant, granulated coyote piss and a motion sensored sprinkler. Once they realize there are no coyotes it stops working. They also figured out they can just go behind the sprinkler.
They come out while I'm in my yard and usually I spray them with a hose if I see them....they still come back.

Posted on: 2011/5/25 14:46
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Re: Raccoons
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Unless they changed their poilcy, they will remove raccoons just not this time of the year. Apparently it is mating season and it is illegal to trap them until August. I was told last year that even if one is in your house they will only catch and release it right there. Obviously letting them produce more offspring will help alleviate the problem.
They have provided me with traps in the past and come to pick them up. I have caught two raccoons and one possum. I still have 3 raccoons that I know of and at least one possum that like to tear up my grass in the heights.
Unfortunately you will have to call a private company if you want to get rid of them. I have tried everything imaginable to keep them out of my yard and nothing works.

Posted on: 2011/5/25 13:56
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