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Re: Newark ave new lane marking near cemetary entrance
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There was a construction crew there around 8am today. seems like long term work will be going on.

Posted on: 2017/12/6 12:23
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Re: What is up with RIVEREDGE MANAGEMENT?
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After "Trendy" took over, I decided to e-mail them on repairs needed in my apartment. Never heard back, which solidified the fact it was just a rebrand.

Many neighbors have gone to the city for housing issues, however they then threaten to evict you if you say anything. They jack up rents way past the rent control rates after they "renovate" units.

Really not sure how the city allows them to do any sort of business within city limits anymore

Posted on: 3/30 21:03
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Re: Hard-Wired Fire Detectors
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Has any part of the building recently had major renovation? The inspector could have been under the impression the entire building was recently renovated, thus requiring hard wired smoke detectors.

Posted on: 2/9 22:52
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Re: Hard-Wired Fire Detectors
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If at any point there were hard wired detectors installed, they must be maintained for the life of the building. Whenever a higher level of protection is installed, you cannot remove them and place a lower level of protection. Since the hard wired is deemed higher, a battery operated one cannot replace it, however, it can supplement it. This applies to smoke detectors and sprinkler systems. To go to a lower level, it would require approval from engineers and the fire sub code official.

Posted on: 2/9 18:15
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Re: Police or Fire Siren doesn't stop in Downtown
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mfmonaco wrote:
You must be new to DTJC? Get used to the sirens, all hours of day & night. Lunch time fire trucks go by to get lunch with sirens & air horn blasting. In the middle of the night, no traffic in sight & sirens are blasting from JC Medical Center ambulances. This makes quality of life very poor downtown. Does anybody in City Hall care? What can be done? HELP!


I'm sure they go lights and sirens for lunch

When responding to an emergency, they must have both lights and sirens activated for insurance reasons. But sure, contact your councilperson, maybe they will only send police, fire, and/or EMS when its an emergency......

You're not the only person in the world, when you need them, they will come, and you'll still complain it took them a long time.

Posted on: 2/7 23:49
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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I commend you on your compassion for your fellow man.

Get a grip.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 21:07
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Re: What is up with RIVEREDGE MANAGEMENT?
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Good luck getting any answers from them. They also manage my building and are very absent in any responses. From my understanding, they are a frequent flyer in court, and usually are sided against.

Posted on: 2015/10/12 10:38
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Re: Bicycle advocacy groups call for crackdown on double parking in Jersey City, beyond
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Ever see emergency vehicles try to get around double parked cars on the way to an emergency? This should take precedence over worrying about bicyclists, not that bicyclists aren't worthy of concern. When illegally parked cars prohibit emergency vehicles from making it to an emergency in a timely fashion, something needs to be done, because an innocent person ultimately pays the price.

Posted on: 2015/7/26 11:13
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Re: Puccini Sold
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The last time this rumor floated around, he even posted signs saying he did not sell.

Posted on: 2014/11/1 14:15
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Re: Water Shut Off
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I did contact the RRC and they kept bouncing me around. No answer.

Posted on: 2014/8/14 14:12
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Water Shut Off
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Does anyone happen to know the proper procedure and length of time a contractor or management company needs to notify tenants that their water will be shut off for non-emergency work?


Posted on: 2014/8/14 13:52
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Re: Can we keep Manila unpaved?
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I guess DT is the only place speeding is an issue?

Posted on: 2013/11/19 7:04
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Re: What are the red signs on abandoned buildings in JC Heights?
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An X indicates no entry, on slash means enter with caution. RO means roof open, FO means floor open. Usually have the date posted and building number on them also.

Posted on: 2013/8/5 17:56
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Re: First killing under the new administration.
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In the politically correct world we now suffer in, it doesn't matter how good of a cop one candidate may be. The Civil Service tests are quite a disservice in how dumbed down they have become. They have made it so much easier for people that should not have those jobs, to have them with an advantage. Its not going to make anything better in the long run.

Posted on: 2013/8/3 9:57
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Re: First killing under the new administration.
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
That is what I was leading to Pebble; You hit the nail on the head.

So my question is that if the average Joe (you and I) on the street is aware of this, why does Police command allow officers off at this time, don't have more cops on the street and increase foot patrols in those known hotspots.

Once again, Comey and the district commanders were all inept and I hope the new Safety Director looks at importing new commanders from anywhere but the current pool of senior JCPD officers.


If you honestly think the district commanders would be from somewhere but JCPD, you're wrong. Its civil service, promotions come by taking tests and promoting officers already on the force. To hire an operational level supervisor from outside would cause a huge lawsuit.

Posted on: 2013/8/2 18:23
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Re: Beware - Towing in JC Target Lot for Non-Shoppers
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They've been known for not following the rules.

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

Its called predatory towing, there is an act to prevent it. There are guidelines that they are supposed to follow, and rarely do.

Posted on: 2013/7/31 13:15
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Re: Jersey City 10-year-old among kids at camp for non-gender conforming boys
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This is newsworthy? Slow day at JJ

Posted on: 2013/7/23 14:23
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Re: "Walk" Signal not working on Marin Blvd (Shoprite side of street)
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That seems like it would not even be a PSE&G issue, more of a DOT concern.

Posted on: 2013/7/18 18:12
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Re: New Public Safety Director
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Fulop wants every department head to live in the city, and then hires someone from outside the city to be public safety director? Seems a little contradictory.

Posted on: 2013/7/17 19:31
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Re: Increase in homeless and/or drug addicts in DTJC
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What solution do you think Team Fulop can come up with? This is not a knock at Fulop, but there's nothing any one person can do about the homeless. Offer them help, and they end up back where they started. Its the equivalent to career criminals, they know one way of life and find it hard to adjust to anything else.

Homelessness isn't just a problem downtown, its a problem all over the city. All over the nation.

Posted on: 2013/7/10 0:42
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Re: Shutdown Burke's Bar
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A complaint to the ABC for underage sales would prompt action from the state. Sales of spirits are not permitted after 10pm, however beer and wine are permitted to be sold during permitted business hours, so that means one can purchase "package goods" until 2am, and 3am on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Posted on: 2013/7/1 0:50
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Re: Hamilton Park Arrest
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
Bait car - maybe ?

I'd love to see the JCPD initiate a BAIT CAR and BAIT BICYCLE program to flush out some ass-wipes downtown.


I take it this only happens downtown and nowhere else?

Posted on: 2013/6/18 23:41
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Re: City of JC - TS Andrea Information / Flood prone roadways
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Sip Ave didn't make the list I see.

Posted on: 2013/6/7 11:43
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Re: 12-year-old boy killed, father wounded in Jersey City shooting: authorities
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user1111 wrote:
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SixthBoro wrote:
Absolute horrible journalism. Do they actually know how many males in JC are between 5'9" and 6'0" with a medium build?


The race, age and height were mentioned in the article that ran when the event first occurred. I guessed you missed that.



I did in fact see the first article, however people that read this one without reading the first one will not know their race. A suspect description is a suspect description. Why remove race from that?

Posted on: 2013/5/23 16:25
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Re: 12-year-old boy killed, father wounded in Jersey City shooting: authorities
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Absolute horrible journalism. Do they actually know how many males in JC are between 5'9" and 6'0" with a medium build?

Posted on: 2013/5/23 11:58
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Re: Reporting a neighbor?
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If it is raw sewage, do not hesitate any further. Contact with the city should be made immediately. This poses a health threat to the occupants of their building as well as yours.

Posted on: 2013/5/21 20:06
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Re: Jersey City gun violence leaves at least two dead, some dozen injured over week
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AlexC wrote:
I say we should immediately institute Stop and Frisk




Sure, it works for NYPD and it would definitely work for JCPD. But the amount of civil rights groups that will cry over it would end up costing the city more money in legal fees. The city needs more cops in general, not just walking the beat.

Posted on: 2013/5/20 16:24
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Re: prostitution in jersey city
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I really don't want to know how or why you know that.

You will never get rid of them, even if they get locked up for it, its going to continue. Even when its a larger ring, the pimp gets locked up the longest, the girls will continue to work when they are released. No sense in clogging up the already overcrowded corrections system with prostitutes. Save the spots for violent criminals.

Posted on: 2013/5/14 18:34
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Re: prostitution in jersey city
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theres one around Marion. you'll find them everywhere

Posted on: 2013/5/14 10:39
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Re: JC man robbed at machine-gunpoint
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JJ cant even get street names 100% correct

Posted on: 2013/3/25 20:31
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