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Re: Recommendation for fixing my cellular shade
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Interior Motif in Hoboken...

http://www.interiormotif.com/home

Posted on: 2016/6/14 16:11
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Re: HELP Another Man's Treasure Vintage Store Move & Expand
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Can't their new landlord Silverman throw them a bone? kickstarter seems like the wrong route here.

Posted on: 2015/7/8 22:34
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Re: Shoprite parking lot
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You take the parking ticket (before paying) and your driver's license to the little mall info desk by the elevator in level 1. I think it is like $1 off.

Posted on: 2015/6/30 17:39
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Re: Shoprite parking lot
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Seriously? If you are a JC Resident you even get a discount for the mall parking. Why would you risk it? Just park in the garage for a couple of bucks after doing your shopping. They have spotters and they will get you.

Posted on: 2015/6/30 16:48
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Re: What Jersey City Restaurant Do You Miss the Most?
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Fresh Tortillas Grill on Newark

Posted on: 2015/6/7 11:48
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Re: Authorities seek 3 in Downtown JC home invasion (has pic of punk)
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Also, both perps who entered home are described as wearing black hooded sweatshirts and the shirt on the guy in the photo is gray, not black. Article not very helpful.

Posted on: 2015/5/28 17:40
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Re: Temporary Parking Permit
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Yvonne, you get a 2 hour limit without a permit and all weekend...it is not like you can never street park without a permit. And, as has been pointed out to you before, there is no RIGHT to street parking. It is a perk, not a guaranteed thing.

Posted on: 2015/5/28 17:36
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Re: Fee based classes in Hamilton Park??
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Interesting article on related topics:

http://www.parksandrecreation.org/201 ... sinesses-in-Public-Parks/

AlexC I have no problem with anyone doing any of that stuff for free. What bothers me is businesses using the park in lieu of indoor space, if they are not paying for it. They are profiting from public space. Can I just set up a stand selling anything at the park? I wish one of the businesses would chime in - perhaps they have paid a fee/made arrangements somehow and this is all moot. I will say I am sure VVP would be all over them if they tried this over there!

Posted on: 2015/4/29 1:35
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Re: Sports Classes for kids in Hamilton Park!
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Hi - you may have seen the other thread I started but what is the permitting process for this? How did you secure rights to use the park as your place of business?

Posted on: 2015/4/28 23:45
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Re: Fee based classes in Hamilton Park??
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I would argue that farmers market and other such permit based activities are open to the general public and enhance the park experience regardless of if one chooses to spend their money. Also, organized soccer on the "dog allowed" section of grass will turn it into a dirt field like the other quadrant! If permits have been obtained for these classes, so be it, but I doubt they have been.

Posted on: 2015/4/28 15:21
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Fee based classes in Hamilton Park??
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I have seen Super Soccer Stars holding classes on Sundays and now CKO is starting outdoor classes in Hamilton Park. I thought that nobody is allowed to make a profit for using the park facilities? Wasn't it part of the grants or whatever were received for the renovations? I think the bootcamps that had been running had a "donate if tou want" policy.

It does not seem right for for-profit companies to use the public land without paying a fee to the city or HP conservancy/whatever at least, but preferably not at all. The park is not meant for organized commercial activities - is it?

Posted on: 2015/4/28 15:11
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Re: Recommnedation for pocket shutters
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Not sure if they do exactly what you want but this place is good:

http://www.windowsofmontclair.com/index.php

Posted on: 2015/4/27 13:34
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Re: “Carmageddon” in JC Saturday 4/25/15 what a mess....
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Another vote for Waze here - drove all over JC and points South all weekend with no traffic problems due to this app.

Posted on: 2015/4/27 13:28
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Re: Photos Printed for Framing
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Staples, believe it or not. Target no longer has photo service. Also, adoramapix.com - for shipped or pick up in Manhattan.

Posted on: 2015/2/9 22:34
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Re: TALDE JERSEY CITY
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Why was this Carrino Provisions thread combined/consolidated under retitled Talde thread? Yes, next to each other and same owners, but different entities!

Posted on: 2015/2/2 2:00
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Re: Accident 1st and Manila
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Just to clarify - no pedestrian involvement in the accident I witnessed. Leave it to JCList :) Yes, there are problems with yielding to pedestrians in the city but this was not one of those cases.

Posted on: 2014/12/16 21:06
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Accident 1st and Manila
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ANOTHER accident at this intersection. Probably around 11:15/11:30ish. I drove past after the fact, looked like an Animal Control truck had T-boned a passenger car that was crossing Manila on 1st. Looked pretty bad, driver of car was trapped. I called 911 once I was able to safely pull over. Hope everyone is okay.

Posted on: 2014/12/16 17:03
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Re: Jersey City teachers protest outside parent-teacher conferences
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Protesting the earlier start by standing out front yelling for the entire 1/2 hour they are protesting about....not very smart. And try explaining the yelling teachers to your 5 year kid.

Posted on: 2014/11/21 23:03
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Re: Any Real insight on PS 16?
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Quote:

SRhia wrote:
That's my impression too - most of the lower grades in the JC area schools have great kids and families. however, the older grades still have people from other parts of town. I used to walk by PS 16 everyday when school gets out, and the older kids are not someone that I'd like my kids to associate with. Same thing with PS 3 I believe. I have a lot of friends who have their kids in Prek's and loved it there. But the older grades are "scary".


Wow! And how could you tell so much from looking at these kids?! "Scary"? Where do your "Not scary" kids go to school? Hopefully not mixing with "people from other parts of town" heaven forbid!

Posted on: 2014/11/18 22:54
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Re: Steve Fulop for Governor
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There is no way in HELL that is a site he approved. The look and feel and syntax are nowhere near what he would use given his history.

Some opportunist probably bought up the url and is acting alone trying to get the fundraising started. Or just trying to stir up controversy.

Posted on: 2014/11/7 3:20
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Re: Pedestrian down 7th/Monmouth 8:30am 11/6
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Quote:

JCman24 wrote:
Strange, that intersection is usually safer without that crossing guard there.


I totally agree! He is not helpful at all. And then he gets angry if you don't understand his wacky signals and actually stop before proceeding.

Posted on: 2014/11/7 1:58
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Pedestrian down 7th/Monmouth 8:30am 11/6
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Just drove past, a man on the ground in the middle of 4-way stop intersection. There is usually a crossing guard there but today is a public school holiday. Please post here if you have any info on what happened or his condition. And thank you kind neighbors who were handling the scene before police/ambulance could arrive. Not sure if he was struck or if it was a fall in the wet pavement.

Posted on: 2014/11/6 13:45
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Re: Ballots?
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I am downtown and received my sample ballot YESTERDAY - the day before the election!

Posted on: 2014/11/5 0:15
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Re: Speed bump between 8th and 9th on Erie.
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It is definitely effective - I live nearby and hear cars bottoming on it around the clock.

Posted on: 2014/9/15 13:44
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Re: 30 Children at 5th Street Daycare drank bleach!
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Seems to be an unfortunate case of poor labelling/storage and badly communicating routines to a temp or substitute employee. The video linked in news article in original post explains. Inexcusable and terrible in any case! Glad the children are okay and hope the center is reprimanded.

Posted on: 2014/9/11 18:42
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Re: 52-year-old Jersey City woman missing for more than a week, police say
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Quote:

GrovePath wrote:
That is very late to be just starting out on a really long drive - at 3:40 am it is easy to make a wrong turn onto unknown roads leading to rivers and creeks --


She left @ 12:15PM - not AM! And the fact that her car was by Easton that many hours later (not a long drive) does not bode well.

Hope she is found alive and well!

Posted on: 2014/8/30 2:06
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Re: Brooklyn Chef's Goods & Greens replaces DOCO Market in HP
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What can we put in that space that will survive? This is getting ridiculous. Zero for 3 on the market/food concept. Maybe a high end daycare or indoor playspace? (either one for humans OR canines - either would work in the 'hood).

Posted on: 2014/8/18 23:25
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Re: Pizza Vita & HP Farmer's Market: What Happened?
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So there is some other pizza tent and he was at the bball courts as well before this. My guess is the organizers wanted both of them and Pizza Vita wanted to be sole pizza supplier? One week Pizza Vita was there, fired up oven, and then left abruptly. My kids will miss the pizza and lizzmonade, my wallet will not!

Posted on: 2014/7/11 14:43
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Re: should Jersey City create and implement on-street bicycle lanes?
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I am seeing a lot of cyclists (and skateboarders, scooter riders) using the bike lanes in the opposite direction of traffic on one-way streets. This seems like a recipe for confusion and disaster. Most are helmetless as well. Erie comes to mind in particular.

Posted on: 2014/7/7 21:52
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Re: Johnston Ave Pool Open!
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No out of town guests can use it. You must be a JC Resident and show ID (we use our drivers licenses). Kids do not need ID when with their parent/guardian.

Posted on: 2014/7/7 21:29
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