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Re: Ballots?
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2017 General Election Ballots

Couldn't find the Jersey City BD of Education ballot
on the County Clerk's website

Posted on: 10/24 14:30
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Re: Leaf Collection Schedule
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The Department of Public Works has issued the 2017 schedule.

YEAR 2017 CURBSIDE LEAF COLLECTION SCHEDULE

SET LEAF BAGS CURBSIDE ON WEDNESDAY EVENINGS FOR
EARLY MORNING THURSDAY COLLECTION


SOUTH & WEST ZONES COLLECTION DATES
October 5
October 19
November 2
November 16
November 30
December 14
December 28


NORTH & EAST ZONES COLLECTION DATES
October 12
October 26
November 9
November 23
December 7
December 21
December 28


Posted on: 10/2 16:08
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Re: Choc O Pain - Now Open in the Heights! Yum!
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People like HEIGHTS are why we can't have nice things.

Posted on: 7/30 18:57
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Re: Most of DTJC 2nd St. Closure next couple of days?
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I received the following letter last week from the Division of Engineering
I would start with them.

Division of Engineering & Traffic
Municipal Services Complex
13 - 15 Linden Ave. East
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Tel: (201) 547-4411 (Engineering)
Tel: (201) 547-4470 (Traffic)
Fax: (201) 547-5806

Jose Cunha, Municipal Engineer


June 15,2017
CAPITAL ROADWAY PROGRAM 20!6
RESURFACING NORTH CONTRACT
PROJECT NO. 16-013-E

To Whom It May Concern:

Please be advised that the City's general contractor, JA Alexander will be milling and paving
"The Grid" which is bound by 1st Street to 6th Street and Manila Avenue to Brunswick Street.

This milling and paving work will affect parking within the daily working limits.
Milling the entire area will happen first and take approximately five to seven working days
to complete. The anticipated start date for milling will be Tuesday
June 20th.

Paving will immediately follow and is anticipated to take six to eight working days to complete.
The work is weather dependent but is planned to be completed by or before Friday July 7th.

During working hours of 7:30 am through 5:00 pm on Monday through Friday, parking restrictions
will be enforced as posted, Please be attentive to no parking signs in the area.
Please note that outside of these hours and on weekends, parking will become available again.

Pedestrian access to all businesses and residences will be maintained.
N.J. Transit should be contacted for the latest info regarding possible changes to bus schedules.

Removal of temporary no parking signs is strictly prohibited and enforcement will proceed as scheduled.
All vehicles that remain within project limits will be towed to allow necessary construction improvements.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Division of Engineering at (201) 547-4411.

Posted on: 6/19 16:21
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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Quote:

earthling wrote:

34 gray st is a single family according to city's own records



Actually, 34 Gray St is a 3 family. Listed as 3 units.
Bldg Desc: 3S-F-D-3U-NH

34 Gray St - Property Detail

Posted on: 4/25 11:06
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Re: Storefronts not shoveled
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Yesterday, I walked to Newport mall. Sixth St between Manila and Marin were not shoveled, along the city owned ball field and fire dept parking lot.
Walked back on Eighth St, between Manila and Marin, not shoveled along the city owned police dept parking lot.

However, Marin and Manila were cleared between Sixth and Eighth Sts.

What gives?

Posted on: 3/18 11:55
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Re: I assume trash is going to be picked up tonight -- before the storm (3/13)
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Jersey City Home Page

Winter Storm Announcements for Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Beginning in the early hours Tuesday (3/14/17) morning, DPW will have 64 pieces of equipment - plows & spreaders -working the storm as part of their snow removal operations across the city. The city has nearly 6,000 tons of salt available, and in addition to the salt storage site on Linden Avenue at the DPW compound, has two additional storage sites, including one added last year that can service the Heights and parts of downtown.



Residents are reminded to NOT PARK within 25 feet of an intersection and to not double park. Doing so only hampers the efforts of crews plowing and salting streets. All vehicles parked within 25 feet of an intersection may be ticketed or towed. If possible, residents are asked to not park on main thoroughfares, so that DPW can remove snow from curb-to-curb.



Municipal Closures for Tuesday, March 14th, 2017



**Street sweeping and alternate side parking regulations have been suspended until further notice. Garbage and recycling pickup remain on schedule for tonight.**

All Municipal Offices will be closed tomorrow. Only public safety and snow removal operations will be operating and will be fully staffed with additional personnel as needed.

All Recreation Department programming is canceled.

Jersey City Municipal Court will be closed Tuesday, March 14th. This includes all cases scheduled for the 9:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 4:30 p.m. sessions. The 9a.m. session for Wednesday, March 15th, will also be canceled. Court will resume at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Notices will be sent in the mail advising individuals of their new court date for those matters that have been cancelled.

The City’s Congregant lunch sites for seniors will be closed tomorrow and Meals on Wheels will NOT be delivering on Tuesday. In preparation for the storm, the Meals on Wheels program will deliver additional meals today to ensure all home-bound seniors who are part of the program receive their deliveries.

All senior programming, such as activities and shopping trips, are canceled for tomorrow.

Posted on: 3/13 14:06
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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Whole Foods scrapping expansion plans


"Whole Foods is now scrapping its plans to eventually expand to expand to 1,200 stores across the US.

Company executives said they are going to wait and see how recently opened stores perform before making any long-term commitments on future growth."

Will this change the plans for the JC store?


Posted on: 2/9 17:13
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Re: Catholic Church Recommendations in Downtown JC?
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Christmas Mass Schedule

St. Anthony of Padua Church
Monmouth St bet 6th & 7th Sts
201-653-0343
Christmas Eve 7:00 PM English
Christmas Eve 9:00 PM Latin
Christmas Midnight Polish
Christmas 9:00 AM Latin
Christmas 10:30 AM Polish
Christmas Noon English

Holy Rosary Church
Sixth St bet Brunswick & Monmouth Sts
201-795-0120
Christmas Eve 5:00 PM English (Family Mass)
Christmas Eve 10:00 PM English
Christmas 9:00 AM Italian/English
Christmas 11:00 AM English

St. Michael Church
Ninth St Bet Jersey Ave & Erie St
201-653-7328
Christmas Eve 7:30 PM English
Christmas 10:30 AM English

St. Mary Church
Second St Bet Erie St & Manila Ave
201-434-8500
Christmas Eve 5:30 PM English
Christmas Eve 8:00 PM Spanish/English
Christmas 8:00 AM English
Christmas 10:00 AM Spanish
Christmas Noon English

Our Lady of Czestochowa Church
Sussex St bet Washington & Warren Sts
201-434-0798
Christmas Eve 5:30 PM English
Christmas Midnight English
Christmas 8:00 AM Polish
Christmas 10:00 AM English
Christmas 12:30 PM English


Posted on: 12/24 9:10
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Re: Are parking rules suspended this coming Friday?
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From last year (JC Parking on Twitter)

JCParking
?@JCParking

Alternate side Parking is suspended today, Friday, November 27.


It has been suspended for the day after Thanksgiving for a few years.
I believe when alternate side parking is suspended, so is the residential parking permit rule.

There used to be a full year calendar of the days parking rules were suspended on the JC website,
but I couldn't find it.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 18:22
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Re: Leaf Collection Schedule
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YEAR 2016 CURBSIDE LEAF COLLECTION SCHEDULE

SOUTH & WEST ZONES COLLECTION DAYS
NOVEMBER 24
DECEMBER 08
DECEMBER 22

NORTH & EAST ZONES COLLECTION DAYS
NOVEMBER 17
DECEMBER 01
DECEMBER 15
DECEMBER 22

set leaf bags curbside on wednesday evenings for early morning thursday collection


Check website for leaf bag distribution sites & dates

Dept of Public Works

201-547-4400

Posted on: 2016/11/13 12:45
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Re: Ballots?
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Posted on: 2016/10/28 12:13
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Re: Hoboken Train Crash
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Is there a way to walk from the Hudson River walkway in Jersey City to downtown Hoboken?

Do they have a path open (through the waiting room or the ferry?) to get around the terminal's platforms?

Posted on: 2016/10/3 10:57
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Re: Weekly flyers delivered to doorstep
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There is an ordinance (81-6) regarding this topic -
if you put put a sign on your front door stating "NO ADVERTISEMENTS" it is against the law for anyone to leave any ads on your property.
The city used to give these signs away for free.


§ 81-6. - Distribution of handbills on private property where prohibition properly posted.

[Amended 2-24-1999 by Ord. No. 99-023]

It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit, place or throw any handbill upon any premises, if requested by any resident thereof not to do so or if there is placed on the premises in a conspicuous position near the entrance a sign which can be seen from the street bearing the words: "No Trespassing," "No Advertisements" or any similar notice, indicating in any manner that the occupants of the premises do not wish to have their right of privacy disturbed or to have any handbills left upon their premises. With regard to premises which are multifamily dwellings, the posting of such a sign shall also conspicuously identify the unit in which the resident who has posted the sign resides.



City Ordinance 81-6


There is also another ordinance stating they can't put ads on cars (81-10)

I used to get multiple copies of the ads, I spoke to the guy who was distributing them and told them I just wanted one and from then on I just got one.
(well once in a while I got multiple copies, but 90% of the time I got only one)

Posted on: 2016/9/3 12:35
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Re: what's the status of White Eagle Hall?
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Posted on: 2016/8/9 13:54
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Re: Problems with Comcast?
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One simple thing you should try is making sure all your cable connections are tight.

I would lose the internet, while TV was fine.

After I tighten all the connections, from where it entered the house and at the splitters, I haven't had any problems.

Comcast has been in JC for 30 years now, if you have old wiring, some of the connections might have become loose.

Posted on: 2016/7/6 17:03
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Re: The gentrification of ward A & F... The newbies vs the old timers.
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Posted on: 2016/3/28 18:03
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Re: Provost Square
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Quote:

bodhipooh wrote:

The current plans call for 13 towers to be erected, with most of the original street layout being restored.


Actually, before Metro Plaza (ShopRite) was built, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Streets did not exist east of Marin Blvd (Henderson St).

I'm an oldtimer and remember that area as a railroad yard connected to the 6th St Embankment.
It was called Harsimus Yards.
The old maps show it underwater in 1868, and a railroad yard in 1879.

One of the 1872 maps shows streets there, but those are "paper" streets, this 1872 map has landfilled areas, on the Hudson and Hackensack rivers with potential streets, some even under water.


Historical Hudson County Maps (Rutgers University)

Posted on: 2016/3/1 14:36
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Re: Stop Casino Gambling in Jersey City
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Quote:

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It is a big stretch to say anyone plans to build anything at this stage as I have been the first to say that I have mixed feelings here.


Reebok Founder Proposes 95-Story Tower With Casino for Jersey City


“You’ve got to think big,” said Mayor Steven Fulop of Jersey City, adding that he had been discussing the project with Mr. Fireman for eight months. “The opportunity to have a world-class facility on the waterfront is significant from a job-creation standpoint, for tax relief and for tourism. Paul Fireman is capable of executing something like this.”


Posted on: 2016/1/12 10:21
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Re: Suggestion - where to get old light fixtures re-wired?
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Aladdin Lamp & Shade Co

I never used them, so I can't personally recommend them.

Posted on: 2015/12/21 19:21
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Re: Liberty State Park lawn closures
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Posted on: 2015/9/28 14:45
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Re: What's going there?
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A couple of good sites about development in the JC area

NJ Gold Coast

NY Wired

Posted on: 2015/9/19 14:55
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Re: Driving down Jersey in Hamilton Park
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Quote:

borisp wrote:
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2. It's very easy to deal with the possible through traffic congestion - the city can declare some residential areas a "no-through-traffic" zone.



I know this would never happen, just wishful thinking.

To reduce the amount of Holland Tunnel traffic from using local streets to by-pass Route 1/9 & Turnpike congestion, put an EZPass reader on the Turnpike east of the C Columbus Dr exit and another on the lower level of Route 139 just east of the Tonnelle Circle.

Have the Port Authority only give a discount to the vehicles (with EZPass) that passed those readers, everyone else pays the full toll amount for the tunnel.

Exemptions could be given to EZPasses registered to Jersey City addresses. The discount could be 24 hours a day or just during peak hours. The Pulaski Skyway rehabilitation project would need to be finished before this could be implemented.

Posted on: 2015/7/15 11:16
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Re: Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop plays 'hide the ratables' from suburban taxpayers
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[quote]
user1111 wrote:
Paul Mulshine | The Star Ledger

A political trivia question: Who was the last mayor of Jersey City to be elected governor?

It was A. Harry Moore, way back in 1938. [quote]

Actually A. Harry Moore was never mayor of Jersey City. He was a commissioner under Mayor Hague and was a US senator before becoming governor for the 3rd time in 1938.

In the last 40 years, mayors Paul Jordan, Thomas FX Smith and Bret Schundler have all run for governor and lost.

Posted on: 2015/7/5 12:57
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Re: “Carmageddon” in JC Saturday 4/25/15 what a mess....
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Quote:

JC_Man wrote:
... Great coordination by the State since the Skyway is closed over the weekend....


Bad communication by the State. The Skyway is open this weekend, though there is nothing about it on their website, only the original announcement that the Skyway would be closed for eight straight weekends.

Before I travel on the Skyway, I look at the webcams on Traffic Tracker to see the conditions. There are two cameras working now, a third one is pointing at the ground.

Traffic Tracker

Posted on: 2015/4/26 12:21
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Re: Embankment- Update Thread
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Let me try this again

Location................ Owner.........................Block#.. Lot Size.......Assessment....2014 Tax..Purchase Price
363 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804... 25 x 100........52,300.........3,887.98......500,000
361 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804....25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
359 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804....25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
357 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804....25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
355 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC....9804....25 x 100........52,300......... 3,887.98
353 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC....9804....29 x 100........54,400......... 4,044.10
449 Monmouth St.. 389 Monmouth St LLC.. 9906...95 x 400.......190,000....... 14,124.60..... 333,333
626 Jersey Ave....... 280 Erie St LLC............11204...95 x 400.......190,000....... 14,124.60..... 333,333
618.5 Jersey Ave.... 280 Erie St LLC............11204..16.33 x 80......29,400..........2,185.60.......333,333
99 Coles St..............354 Cole St LLC...........11210....95 x 400......190,000........14,124.60......333,333
621-27 Jersey Ave...317 Jersey Ave LLC.....11211... 95 x 400.3....190,000........14,124.60..... 333,333
441-7 Manila Ave... 247 Manila Ave LLC....11304...100 x 400.....200,000........14,868.00.... ..333,333
437 Marin Blvd....... 212 Marin Blvd LLC.....11602.. 100 x 300.....150,000....... 11,151.00.......333,335
363 Newark Ave......446 Newark Ave LLC...10901...67.8x408.37..154,400..... 11,478.10........500,000
....................................................................Totals..........1,609,700.....119,665.10.....3,333,333

Posted on: 2015/2/23 18:05
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Re: Embankment- Update Thread
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Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
I would like to know if Hyman receives a tax bill for the property. If he doesn't, then I agree with you Joshua.


The 14 lots below comprise the embankment.

Here is the tax information:

Location................ Owner......................... Block#...Lot#..... Lot Size.......Assessment....2014 Tax.....Purchase Price
363 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804.......2........ 25 x 100........52,300.........3,887.98..........500,000
361 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804.......3.........25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
359 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804.......4........ 25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
357 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC... 9804.......5........ 25 x 100........52,300........ 3,887.98
355 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC....9804.......6........ 25 x 100........52,300......... 3,887.98
353 Sixth St........... 415 Brunswick St LLC....9804.......7........ 29 x 100........54,400......... 4,044.10
449 Monmouth St.....389 Monmouth St LLC.. 9906.......1........95 x 400.......190,000....... 14,124.60......... 333,333
626 Jersey Ave....... 280 Erie St LLC............11204.......1........95 x 400.......190,000....... 14,124.60......... 333,333
618.5 Jersey Ave.... 280 Erie St LLC............11204......24...16.33 x 80..........29,400..........2,185.60..........333,333
99 Coles St.............354 Cole St LLC...........11210.......1.........95 x 400......190,000........14,124.60..........333,333
621-27 Jersey Ave...317 Jersey Ave LLC.....11211.......1........ 95 x 400.3....190,000........14,124.60......... 333,333
441-7 Manila Ave... 247 Manila Ave LLC....11304.......1.........100 x 400.....200,000........14,868.00.........333,333
437 Marin Blvd....... 212 Marin Blvd LLC.....11602.......1........ 100 x 300.....150,000....... 11,151.00..........333,335
363 Newark Ave......446 Newark Ave LLC....10901.....120......67.8 x 408.37..154,400..... 11,478.10..........500,000
..........................................................................................Totals.........1,609,700...119,665.10......3,333,333


Purchase Date: 07/12/2005

The Owner's Address:
C/O Alampi, Carmine R
One University Plaza Suite 404
Hackensack, NJ 07661

Tel:201-343-4600
Fax: 201-343-4607
email: calampia@alampi-law.com


According to the JC Tax Website the taxes are currently being paid by NZ Funding LLC which is a subsidiary of AIG

Data Source:
Asbury Park Press/Data Universe
Tax1.co
City of Jersey City Tax Website

Sorry for the format of the table, I couldn't post the table from Excel, had to add the periods to make it line up somewhat.

Posted on: 2015/2/23 17:14
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Re: High-rise development at Metro Plaza (Shoprite, BJs, Pepboys)
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Grove Street ShopRite

I won't complain about the Metro Plaza Shoprite
I remember shopping at the old Grove Street Shoprite.
It occupied the whole block between Grove/Marin and Columbus/Wayne.
It was an old large furniture store
and some smaller buildings joined together to form the store.
However, all the building weren't at the same level, so there were ramps you had
to go up or down to get to another department.
It was knocked downed around 1983-1984

Posted on: 2015/2/8 13:57
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Re: Catholic Church Recommendations in Downtown JC?
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Schedule for Christmas - Downtown Catholic Churches


St Anthony of Padua Church
Monmouth St bet 6th & 7th Sts
201-653-0343
Christmas Eve 7:00 PM English
Christmas Eve 9:00 PM Latin
Christmas Midnight Polish
Christmas 10:30AM Polish
Christmas 12:00PM English

Holy Rosary Church
Sixth St bet Brunswick & Monmouth Sts
201-795-0120
Christmas Eve 5:00 PM English (Children's Mass)
Christmas Midnight English
Christmas 9:00 AM Italian/English
Christmas 11:30AM English

St. Michael Church
Ninth St Bet Jersey Ave & Erie St
201-653-7328
Christmas Eve 7:30PM English
Christmas 10:30AM English

St Mary Church
Second St Bet Erie St & Manila Ave
201-434-8500
Christmas Midnight Spanish
Christmas 8:00 AM English
Christmas 10:00 AM Spanish
Christmas 12:00PM English

St. Bridget Church
Montgomery St at Brunswick St
201-434-8500
Christmas Midnight English
Christmas 10:00AM English
Christmas 12:00PM Spanish

Our Lady of Czestochowa Church
Sussex St bet Washington & Warren Sts
201-434-0798
Christmas Eve 5:00PM English
Christmas Midnight English
Christmas 10:00AM English
Christmas 12:30PM English


Posted on: 2014/12/23 23:27
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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Here's an interesting article on Whole Foods from last month's Washington Post.
WF is changing their perceived demographics. And expanding.

"Whole Foods has 402 stores. But it’s aiming for 1,200,
an impossible number if the company targets only the high-income markets it’s already entered."

Washington Post from Nov 14th

Posted on: 2014/12/12 12:08
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