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Re: Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say
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Fulop reports donation from man whose company is at center of bid rig claim

JERSEY CITY -- The re-election campaign of Mayor Steve Fulop reported receiving a $1,000 donation last month from the managing partner of an energy company that is at the center of allegations of attempted bid rigging by a group of city officials in 2014.

The Fulop campaign, in reports made public today, said it received the contribution from Javier Barrios, managing partner of Good Energy, on Sept. 7. Asked to comment, the Fulop campaign questioned the relevance of the reported donation.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... n_whose_company_is_a.html


Posted on: 10/17 21:27
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Re: 27th Annual Jersey City Art Studio Tour
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Jersey City Art and Studio Tour 27 years old

For one weekend a year, the city of Jersey City is transformed into a vast art gallery.

This year, there will be more than 500 artists showcasing their work at more than 160 venues.

The 27th annual Jersey City Art and Studio Tour (JCAST) will take place tomorrow and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... udio_tour_27_years_o.html


Posted on: 10/13 11:33
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Re: Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say
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Jersey City Council weighs in on possibility of releasing alleged bid rigging tape


Posted on: 10/13 0:37
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Re: Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say
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Jersey City group demands release of voicemail at center of lawsuit

JERSEY CITY -- Local good government group Civic JC is calling for the release of a voicemail two city officials have said includes former aides to Mayor Steve Fulop discussing an attempt to steer a city contract to a favored company.

Barbara Camacho, the acting president of the group, told the City Council last night that releasing the voicemail, which the city has refused to hand over to an attorney seeking a copy of it, would "ensure the transparency and accountability" Fulop promised when he was elected four years ago.

"Government works best when its activities are well known to the public it serves," Camacho said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ease_of_voicemail_at.html


Posted on: 10/13 0:34
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Re: Jersey City to Install Electric Car Charging Stations in Every Ward
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Jersey City to seek bids for electric car charging stations

The Jersey City City Council is expected to approve a resolution tonight to accept proposals for new electric car charging stations across the city.

The city's aim is to place 16 stations in the city, with at least two stations in each of the six wards, Mayor Steve Fulop said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... lectric_car_charging.html


Posted on: 10/11 22:59
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Re: New York Times: Is New York’s Best Pizza in New Jersey?
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East Village Pizzeria Wants to Give Back Its Zero Star Times Review

https://ny.eater.com/2017/10/9/1644800 ... o-star-times-review"}">  Owner Demian Repucci explains why

by Oct 9, 2017, 1:33pm EDT

In a letter dated October 6, 2017 and addressed to Wells and the Times Dining section, Bruno Pizza proprietor Demian Repucci calls out reputed chef Sébastien Bras’ recent statement requesting to relinquish the three Michelin stars held by Le Suquet à Laguiole, his restaurant in the South of France, and declares, “It is in this same spirit that I would like to give back the New York Times ‘zero star’ review of Bruno Pizza in 2015.” He goes on to cite Wells’ three star review of Jersey City’s Razza Pizza Artigianale last month, which caused him to wonder how his own eatery could have earned zilch. “...[T]he sting was suddenly rekindled with this review,” he writes, adding, “Which then raised the question for me, in what context was Bruno Pizza reviewed?”

https://ny.eater.com/2017/10/9/1644800 ... ts-zero-star-times-review


Posted on: 10/9 21:34
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Re: Who needs body cameras? Police testing cellphone cameras
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Another Jersey City First: Cell Phones for Police Body Cameras

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We have come to expect innovation and “firsts” from Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and his city council. So perhaps it is not surprising that Jersey City is the first local government in the nation to use cellphone technology to implement a police camera program.

“I think Jersey City is a great place to try innovative solutions to challenges in government,” Fulop said. “It’s big enough that you can actually see what happens and try different things and it’s small enough that if it doesn’t work, you can change and adapt.”

http://observer.com/2017/10/another-j ... -for-police-body-cameras/


Posted on: 10/4 20:44
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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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Fulop, Matsikoudis go head-to-head for first time in mayor's race

Mayor Steve Fulop argued that voters should give him a second term in office next month -- and his sole challenger, attorney Bill Matsikoudis, made the case for change -- on the New Jersey City University campus Monday night.

The two men were featured guests at an event hosted by activist group Jersey City Together and billed as its "fall action." The roughly 90-minute meeting was not a traditional mayoral debate or forum, but the two candidates were each given a few minutes to offer in detail their plans to improve public safety, education and housing.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... ikoudis_go_head-to-h.html


Posted on: 10/4 10:50
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Re: I-Team: FBI Investigates Alleged Corruption in Jersey City Police Department
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Two more Jersey City cops admit roles in scheme

 Two more Jersey City police officers admitted in federal court yesterday to participating in a bribery scheme that has now ensnared at least nine cops.

Ehab Abdelaziz, 38, and Andrea Fahrenholz, 38, both of Clifton, pleaded guilty in Newark yesterday to one conspiracy count each and admitted they were paid for off-duty jobs they never worked. Abdelaziz admitted to conspiracy to commit bribery and Fahrenholz to conspiracy to commit fraud.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... ops_admit_roles_in_s.html


Posted on: 10/4 10:47
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Re: Chinese Company in Talks to Buy Jersey City Site:
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Facade Installation Begins on 99 Hudson Street, Jersey City

Jersey City‘s soon-to-be-tallest skyscraper at 99 Hudson Street has had a fairly speedy rise into the skyline following its ground-breaking back in January of 2016. YIMBY last checked in on the project in August of last year, when foundation work had just begun, and since then, the building has sprouted well above ground. Now, the tower is rising above the garage and retail portion, and facade installation has also begun.

The site is being developed by China Overseas America, Inc., and Perkins Eastman is the architect. It will stand 79 stories and 900 feet to its rooftop, handily surpassing the Goldman Sachs tower at 30 Hudson Street, which is 781′ tall.

Within, there will be 1.5 million square feet of space, including 15,000 square feet of retail space, and 14,000 square feet of public space. The bulk of the square footage will be divided amongst 781 condominiums.

https://newyorkyimby.com/2017/10/facad ... n-street-jersey-city.html


Posted on: 10/3 12:40
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Fulop catches heat for blocking critics on Facebook
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Fulop catches heat for blocking critics on Facebook

JERSEY CITY -- Recent lawsuits targeting public officials who block citizen critics on social media are shining a spotlight on Mayor Steve Fulop's own itchy "block" finger.

More than a dozen people have told The Jersey Journal that Fulop has blocked them on Facebook or Twitter, some for posting mildly critical comments, others for striking a harsher tone about the mayor and his policies.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... tics_on_social_media.html


Posted on: 10/3 12:31
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Re: Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say
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Jersey City officials allege Fulop aides tried to steer contract to energy company

JERSEY CITY -- Top aides to Mayor Steve Fulop attempted to steer a city contract to an energy consultant three years ago, and a conversation about the effort was recorded accidentally in a voicemail left for the city's business administrator, two city employees say in court depositions.

The depositions, of Business Administrator Bob Kakoleski and one of his aides, Dominick Pandolfo, were given on Sept. 12 as part of a harassment case filed against the city by an employee of the planning office. The details of the depositions were first reported by Politico New Jersey this morning.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _tried_to_steer_cont.html


Posted on: 9/28 23:29
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Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say
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Top Fulop allies on tape trying to steer city bid, court depositions say

By 09/27/2017 05:01 AM EDT

JERSEY CITY — The top aide to Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop accidentally recorded himself and another Fulop ally discussing their efforts to steer a city contract to an energy consulting company in 2014, according to depositions of two city employees.

In the depositions, taken earlier this month, both city Business Administrator Robert Kakoleski and Dominick Pandolfo, who works under Kakoleski, allege that the Fulop allies pressured city officials to circumvent the open bidding process and pick the company.

http://www.politico.com/states/new-je ... rt-depositions-say-114713


Posted on: 9/27 12:24
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Re: Montgomery Gardens in Jersey City is slated to be transformed into low-density - mixed-income
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New homes to rise where Montgomery Gardens was demolished

Where three buildings were once leveled with the flip of a switch, a new building will rise. And it started the old-fashioned way -- with a few shovels in the ground.

Jersey City officials, along state and federal officials and the developer, broke ground last week on a mixed-income apartment complex at the site of the former Montgomery Gardens public housing complex.

The Montgomery Gardens Family Phase 1 project, being developed by Michaels Development Company, is being funded by a combination of sources, including $13.9 million in federal Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery assistance.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... to_rise_where_montgo.html


Posted on: 9/27 12:19
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Jersey City getting fourth ferry terminal
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Jersey City getting fourth ferry terminal

Jersey City is getting a fourth commuter ferry.

Mayor Steven Fulop, NY Waterway President and Founder Arthur E. Imperatore, Mack-Cali Realty CEO Michael J. DeMarco and Roseland Chairman Marshall B. Tycher yesterday announced a new commuter ferry terminal at Harborside that will open on Monday, Oct. 2.

The Harborside terminal Downtown will make daily trips to the West 39th Street Ferry Terminal in midtown Manhattan and to the Brookfield Place/Battery Park City terminal in Lower Manhattan.

The new terminal is at 210 Hudson St., and is close to the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, the PATH at Exchange Place and NJ TRANSIT buses on routes 80 and 82.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... y_getting_fourth_fer.html


Posted on: 9/27 12:15
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Re: I-Team: FBI Investigates Alleged Corruption in Jersey City Police Department
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Another Jersey City cop pleads guilty in federal bribery scheme

NEWARK -- A Jersey City cop admitted in federal court yesterday that he bribed another police officer $40,000 so he could get paid for work he did not perform, becoming the sixth man to plead guilty in a wide-ranging bribery scheme involving off-duty jobs for the city's police force.

Michael O'Leary Jr., 35, who joined the force 10 years ago, faces up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine for his participation in the scheme. His lawyer, John Lynch, told The Jersey Journal today that O'Leary's actions represent a "terrible lapse in judgment."

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... rsey_city_cop_pleads.html


Posted on: 9/22 11:42
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Hudson County register hit with complaint from election panel
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Hudson County register hit with complaint from election panel

Hudson County Register Diane Coleman is the subject of a three-count complaint from state election officials because she failed to submit any fundraising reports for her successful 2016 campaign for the Democratic nomination for register.

Coleman, 70, did not file three sets of the required reports prior to and after last year's Democratic primary, which Coleman won decisively against two opponents.

At the time, Coleman was a Jersey City councilwoman who resigned that position in January when she became register.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... nty_register_hit_wit.html


Posted on: 9/22 11:36
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World’s Best Golfers to Compete in Jersey City
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World’s Best Golfers to Compete in Jersey City

The Presidents Cup tees off September 28 at Liberty National Golf Club.

By | | September 22, 2017
It’s no exaggeration to say that many of the world’s best male golfers—and all of America’s best—will be in Jersey City next week. They’ll be competing for four days, starting September 28, at Liberty National Golf Club in a premier event, the Presidents Cup.
The four-day tournament pits a team of 12 top U.S. golfers against a similarly stellar group of international professionals. It’s a rare opportunity for the players—including Americans Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler, and international stars Hideki Matsuyama of Japan, Jason Day and Adam Scott of Australia, and South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen—to compete in a team setting. (The format is similar to and inspired by the Ryder Cup, in which a U.S. team faces off against a European lineup.)

Posted on: 9/22 11:28
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Is Senate run in Fulop's future?
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Is Senate run in Fulop's future?

JERSEY CITY -- Sen. Steven M. Fulop?

Fulop is still 49 days away from asking Jersey City voters for a second term as their mayor, but his allies across the city -- and his foes statewide -- are already planning for him to jump into a potential race to succeed Sen. Bob Menendez next year.

The Democratic mayor, who told The Jersey Journal he has "zero" interest in replacing Menendez,

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... run_in_fulops_future.html


Posted on: 9/19 12:07
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Jersey City’s Harborside boardwalk to get $75M makeover and new food hall
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Jersey City’s Harborside boardwalk to get $75M makeover and new food hall

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Over the past two decades, the Jersey City waterfront has seen a huge boom in both residential and commercial development, revealing an entirely new skyline of tall, glassy towers. And now real estate investor Mack-Cali wants to embrace this waterfront location in the way that new large-scale developments are doing in Manhattan (Waterline Square) and Brooklyn (Domino Sugar Factory). The firm’s $75 million plan will piggyback on next month’s opening of a new New York Waterway ferry station there and transform the waterfront promenade in front of their 4.3 million-square-foot Harborside office complex into a “one-of-a-kind cultural district” that will include a beer garden, European-style food hall known as The Marketplace, and the Harborside Atrium, an interconnected series of pedestrian routes and lobbies throughout the buildings that will also serve as cultural event space.

https://www.6sqft.com/jersey-citys-har ... keover-and-new-food-hall/


Posted on: 9/19 0:59
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Cop protest escalates feud between Jersey City police union, mayor
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Cop protest escalates feud between Jersey City police union, mayor

 JERSEY CITY -- The long simmering feud between Mayor Steve Fulop and the largest of the city's two police unions boiled over tonight as 100 cops appeared at City Hall to accuse Fulop of putting politics over good policing and paint Public Safety Director James Shea as an "absentee" leader.

The protest comes as the city and the Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association spar over a new contract for the union's roughly 700 members. The administration has asked a state arbitrator to resolve the dispute, an action the union's president said tonight is evidence the city "had no desire to bargain in good faith."

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ice_union_slam_mayor.html


Posted on: 9/13 23:45
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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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Jersey City groups to host mayoral, council candidate forums

JERSEY CITY -- Jersey City voters will have about a dozen chances to hear directly from its two mayoral candidates and 35 City Council hopefuls before the Nov. 7 municipal election.

Mayor Steve Fulop, who is seeking a second term, and challenger Bill Matsikoudis will face off for the first time at a Jersey City Together event on the NJCU campus in three weeks. In addition there are at least five mayoral forums scheduled until voters head to the polls on Nov. 7, plus forums for nearly every ward council race and one for the at-large council candidates.

Tuesday Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.: Wards C and D council candidate forum hosted by Jersey City Heights neighborhood groups at School 28, 167 Hancock Ave.

Monday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m.: Mayoral candidates will appear at Jersey City Together's fall action event at New Jersey City University's Margaret Williams Theatre, 2039 Kennedy Blvd.

Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m.: Mayoral forum hosted by Safe Streets JC at School 11, 886 Bergen Ave.

Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m.: Mayoral forum hosted by Jersey City Heights neighborhood groups at School 28, 167 Hancock Ave.

Friday, Oct. 6 at 6 p.m.: At-large council forum hosted by the Black Interest Team Enterprise, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, the Astor Place Neighborhood Association and the Hudson County Young Democrats at Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School, 509 Bramhall Ave.

Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m.: Ward F council forum hosted by the Black Interest Team Enterprise, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, the Astor Place Neighborhood Association and the Hudson County Young Democrats at Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School, 509 Bramhall Ave.

Saturday, Oct. 14 at noon: Mayoral forum hosted by the New Journal Square Neighborhood Association at the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square Plaza.

Monday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.: Ward E council debate hosted by the Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations at School 4, 107 Bright St.

Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.: Mayoral debate hosted by the Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations at School 4, 107 Bright St.

Thursday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m.: Ward A council forum hosted by the Black Interest Team Enterprise, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, the Astor Place Neighborhood Association and the Hudson County Young Democrats at Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School, 509 Bramhall Ave.

Friday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m.: Mayoral forum hosted by the Black Interest Team Enterprise, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, the Astor Place Neighborhood Association and the Hudson County Young Democratsn at Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School, 509 Bramhall Ave.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ost_candidate_forums.html


Posted on: 9/11 11:40
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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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35 sign up to run for Jersey City council

JERSEY CITY -- A funeral director, a criminal defense attorney and a self-defense cardio fitness instructor who goes by the name Master Sup are among the 35 men and women who will seek nine City Council seats in November's municipal election.

The most crowded races are for the Downtown and Bergen-Lafayette council seats -- six candidates are vying for each. Four candidates each will compete in Greenville, Journal Square and the Heights, while three council hopefuls signed up for the West Side race. Seven candidates are jockeying for the three-at-large seats.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _jersey_city_council.html


Posted on: 9/8 13:51
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Re: U.S. Sen. Menendez - new federal investigation
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Sen. Robert Menendez is pictured. | AP Photo

“I look forward to proving our innocence and being exonerated,” the 63-year-old Robert Menendez told reporters last week. | Julio Cortez/AP

Once a corruption fighter, Menendez now set to stand trial on bribery charges

 By -09/06/2017 05:10 AM EDT

As a 20-something political upstart in New Jersey, Robert Menendez sat in a witness box in federal court — so fearful of retribution he wore a bullet-proof vest — and pointed a finger at his political mentor: William V. Musto, the mayor of Union City.

Thirty-five years later, Menendez, now one of the highest-ranking Democrats in Washington, is returning to federal court in the same city in which he became a government witness.

http://www.politico.com/states/new-je ... on-bribery-charges-114282


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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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Jersey City voters to have just two choices in mayor's race

JERSEY CITY -- This November's mayoral race will be a two-man contest, with just Mayor Steve Fulop and attorney Bill Matsikoudis facing off for the city's top job.

Today was the final day for would-be candidates in the city's Nov 7 mayoral race to file qualifying petitions to get their names on the ballot. The 4 p.m. deadline passed without a third candidate stepping forward.

This is the first time there have been only two mayoral candidates since 1973, when Paul Jordan and Thomas Gangemi Jr. went head to head.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... t_two_choices_in_may.html


Posted on: 9/5 21:10
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Re: Dr. John Fritz - JC Physician - Indicted for $500K Kickback Scheme
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Mastermind behind scheme to bribe dozens of doctors sentenced to 8 years in prison

, Staff Writer, @LindyWa Published 12:18 p.m. ET Sept. 5, 2017

Rehan Zuberi admitted bribing health professionals for referrals to his imaging centers.

The mastermind of a scheme to bribe dozens of doctors for referrals to imaging centers he owned around North Jersey was led from a Morristown courtroom in handcuffs on Tuesday morning after being sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay $1 million in restitution.  

Rehan "Ray" Zuberi, 48, a Pakistani citizen and a resident of Boonton, provided evidence that led to the prosecution of 17 doctors and chiropractors as part of a plea agreement. For every five people he helped the state to prosecute, he was to receive a reduction of six months in the recommended 10-year sentence.

http://www.northjersey.com/story/news ... tors-referrals/625268001/


Posted on: 9/5 13:03
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Re: Who needs body cameras? Police testing cellphone cameras
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Cell phones instead of body cams for cops?

City to test options to lower the cost of monitoring
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
Sep 03, 2017

Jersey City will be the first city in the nation to test using cellular phones in place of expensive body cameras, city officials announced in August.

With the growing concern over violent interactions between police and civilians in crime situations, cities are seeking to increase personal monitoring devices for the police.

Traditional body cameras are expensive to operate, city officials say, and cops on the beat say the rules established by the state attorney general’s office are cumbersome and confusing.

City Spokesperson Jennifer Morrill said the program is being done in collaboration with Google Jigsaw, a division of Google, and Igarape, a Brazillian tech company. The test period should last between 12 to 18 months.

“We’re seeking to develop lower cost alternative to traditional body cameras,” Morrill said.

Posted on: 9/3 0:25
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Re: Port Authority to replace Goethals Bridge, raise roadbed of Bayonne Bridge, simultaneously
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Colossal container ship to pass under raised Bayonne Bridge


Posted on: 9/2 12:17
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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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Jersey City cop raises cash for Fulop following promotion

A Jersey City police officer helped organize a big fundraiser for Mayor Steve Fulop last night, less than two months after being promoted to detective.

Ray Regalado, 47, also gave $5,000 to Fulop's council slate on June 29, two days after he attended a major Latinos-for-Fulop fundraiser at Liberty Prime Steakhouse. Reached by phone, Regalado told The Jersey Journal his mid-July promotion "had absolutely nothing to do with" his support of Fulop

"I didn't even know I was getting promoted," Regalado said. "It caught me by surprise."

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _fulop_after_getting.html


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Jersey City 5th-most expensive in country to rent 1-bedroom apartment: report
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Jersey City 5th-most expensive in country to rent 1-bedroom apartment: report

Jersey City has always been seen as an inexpensive alternative to living in New York City, but it certainly isn't cheap to live in New Jersey's second largest city.

In fact, Jersey City is the fifth most expensive city in the country to rent a one-bedroom apartment, according to a personal finance website.

The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment here is a cool $2,200 a month, gobankingrates.com said. Jersey City ranked behind only San Francisco ($3,395), San Jose, California ($2,505), New York ($2,395) and Washington, D.C. ($2,271

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... y_5th-most_expensive.html


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