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Re: Police Department Captain's Meeting
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I mentioned this issue and the Captain is well aware of it and knows it happens frequently. Tickets are issued when it occurs and it is a big ticket 8 points and the violation is issued to both the driver and owner of the vehicle.

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Re: Hudson Restaurant Week Jan22-Feb2
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Expensive this time around, I would go after the event has finished.

Posted on: 1/10 19:54
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Re: JC Heights shooting on Sherman Ave and Ferry street
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I'm having a hard time believing this story especially the eight shot on Manhattan Ave. and nothing in the newspaper. The OP is a newbie to this site so not sure of his credibility. I'll ask the captain at the Captain's Meeting next week on Wednesday.

Posted on: 1/8 19:27
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Re: Please remember to feed the birds.
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Won't this attract pigeon droppings ?

Posted on: 1/5 17:23
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Re: The 17 most popular New Jersey restaurants of 2017
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If you expand your geographic horizons you might find something to your liking right here in J.C. Renato's in the Heights and there is a new Mexican restaurant on Rt. 440 on the west side of town.

Posted on: 1/5 17:11
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Re: Man shot dead on Brunswick St in Downtown 1/1/18
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Posted on: 1/1 20:48
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Re: Man shot dead on Brunswick St in Downtown 1/1/18
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dmark526 wrote:
I don't think it matters whether the person is of "low income." Somone lost their life this morning. Making yourself feel better about where it happened is irrelevant.

I think GP made a very significant point and is relevant. I am sure municipal governments, insurance companies, police departments, and health facilities look at these incidents and measure the statistics to see if there is a pattern and where the source of this dilemma is attributed.

Posted on: 1/1 16:13
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Re: Today's Package Thief Alert
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That bobby trap does the job nicely, how about a mouse trap or something that will leave a lasting reminder on the culprit to take / hit home with them ?

Posted on: 12/24 14:44
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Re: You know you're a JC old-timer if you remember...
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* Martin Luther King Drive was Jackson Avenue
* Christopher Columbus Drive was Railroad Avenue
* Luiz Munoz Marin Boulevard, was Henderson Street
* Manila Avenue was Grove Street .



I'm new to JC (and the USA as a whole, fresh off the boat a year ago or so). These older names are far superior to the replacements. Actually, one of my peeves is the renaming of everything and anything to historical figures. Maybe if it was just surnames, it'd sit right... but it seems kinda odd to see things like "Martin Luther King Drive", "Ronald Reagan Boulevard" or "Warren G. Harding Middle School".

Then again, I'm probably showing my ignorance and Jackson, Henderson, and Manila were probably named after people (but at least it was just the surname)

Like a property tax reval should we then re-name the streets every five to ten years ? Actually bad example 'cause we have revals nearly every thirty years ? But you get the idea.

Posted on: 12/24 0:59
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Re: You know you're a JC old-timer if you remember...
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I'm trying to do some research on my family. Both my mother and father, Jeanette and Albert (deceased), lived in Jersey City.

My mother's family owned a furniture store, their last name was Nyman. This probably would have been sometime between 1940 and 1960. The furniture store was sold and a grocery store built in its place.

My father's family owned a bakery, their last name was Somlo, same time period as above.

I don't know addresses or even names of the businesses. If anyone has any recollection, I would very much like to hear from you.

Paul

Try the New Jersey Room in the main library on Montgomery St. and Jersey Ave. They have old photos and books on our history. Also you might want to try the Jersey Journal archives in the periodical research area. What section of town was the bakery and furniture store located in ? There are some historians within Jersey City you could also contact.

Posted on: 12/23 10:04
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Re: pre-paying 2018 taxes
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Then way did the mayor get our hopes up, he should have read it through.

Posted on: 12/22 18:20

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Re: Lawsuit alleges ex-employee endured sexual assault, harassment at N.J. eatery (WB)
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Maybe she's just playing the sex-ass card.

Posted on: 12/21 6:36
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Re: fat-ass-bike in Melbourne Australia
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Hey F-A-B do you anything further on the intentional car that crashed into a crowd of people there ?

Posted on: 12/21 6:33
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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maybe more and more jersey cities will consider consolidation in order to be run more efficiently. honestly, i don't understand why hudson and bergen counties don't consolidate into one hudson city which would still be smaller than manhattan.

maybe governor-elect murphy should establish a commission to force municipal consolidation.

That is a ridiculous plan, it's not as if we are The South where all the towns are small and they just go by counties. Plus J.C. cannot keep up with their services and police matters as it is. We have equipment suitable for the size of Bayonne, Hoboken, or Secaucus. Our roads are atrocious and the repairs are a joke. Traffic patterns and parking have become a daily battle of wits and aside from bicycle use transportation options are minimal. North Hudson county has consolidated their fire department and that has worked well only because it has to follow strict guidelines with the state and their job is not taxing till it come time to deal with a fire which is a job in itself.

Posted on: 12/18 19:48
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Re: Coffee beans...
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Legal Grounds on Grand St. has an array of beans they ground for sale.

Posted on: 12/17 20:18
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Re: Coffee beans...
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so can one go into Kobrick on Marin and get like a retail sized bag of coffee? I assumed they were wholesale, but now I'm thinking I was wrong.

If not Froth on Franklin Espresso Bar up in the Heights uses Kobrick perhaps he can sell you some of their ground roasted beans.

Posted on: 12/17 18:05
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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Also, how could anyone whos taxes arent increasing / substantially dropping (greenville & west side) complain that downtown isnt paying enough ? Seems like everyone wants a free ride these days


Again with this? You obviously don't get it. This new (estimated) numbers show what most have been claiming for years now: that DTJC had been underpaying their taxes to the detriment of poorer residents in areas that have seen little or no appreciation.


Yes I realize that genius - and reductions in taxes for Greenville \ Westside are totally warranted, but how is 1.6% multiplier for downtown not enough tho ? Hence free rides


Like I said, you just don't get it. The ~1.6% rate is what EVERYONE will be paying once the reval is concluded. People have been complaining until now because the effective rate being paid my many/most of DTJC was often 1% or lower, while other areas, like Greenville, were paying closer to 5-6%, which is why they are seeing such a substantial drop in their average payment.

It all in the assessment the rate will be $16 per $1000 of assessed value.

Posted on: 12/15 18:17
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Re: Gas station Air & Vacuums... prices & locations
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Free air at Firestone on the St. Hwy / Rt 139 west between Central and Summit avenues on the Heights border. You have to turn off Central Ave. to get there.


I go to get my oil changes there - is the air free and outside - or do you have to ask the mechanics for an air hose?

Free and outside, all the way to the right of the bay doors. They will also fill your car with air themselves

Posted on: 12/14 20:18
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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JCGuys wrote:
http://jerseycity.hosted.civiclive.co ... ily%20NBHD%20Analysis.pdf

JC Heights - Western slope to see 25% reduction on average
$6,580 avg tax bill from $8,845

Greenville to see 40-50% declines in average property taxes

Paulus Hook is screwed with 75% increase!

$16,591 to $29,026 in average property tax bill

WOW

That's a nice savings, and it's about time !

Posted on: 12/14 19:00
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Discussing this matter with deluded liberals is pointless. They will support illegal and chain immigration even as pipe bombs explode up their asses. Same with European idiots - they are getting mowed down and still support uncontrolled immigration.

I agree with you 100%, well stated !

Posted on: 12/13 9:56
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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This is what happens when we continue not to scrutinize those who come in.


What do we about the a**holes born here that do the same thing genius?

What's your point, do you feel better with imported terrorism ? This topic is about the recent Nyc underground bombing. Plus we have better control blocking the overseas criminals then the domestic ones. We have to start somewhere especially when they standout. You just have to look for the tell-tale signs.

Posted on: 12/12 19:26
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Re: Gas station Air & Vacuums... prices & locations
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Free air at Firestone on the St. Hwy / Rt 139 west between Central and Summit avenues on the Heights border. You have to turn off Central Ave. to get there.

Posted on: 12/12 18:47
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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This is what happens when we continue not to scrutinize those who come in.

Posted on: 12/11 21:35
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Re: AirBnB taking much-needed rentals off the market
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There is a brand-new building at 222 First Street that was advertised as Luxury Rentals. One year after opening, nobody has moved in, and all of the units are listed online as short-term vacation rentals.

With the housing crunch DTJC is facing, what can be done to prevent more apartment buildings from turning into ad-hoc hotels?

AirBnB has absolutely nothing to do with any housing crunch in JC.

There are over 110,000 housing units in Jersey City. About 300 of them are listed on AirBnB. That's less than 0.3% of all housing units.

The real issue in JC is the same as the area as a whole, namely a lack of affordable housing. The only real option is to build a ton of affordable units. Needless to say, that's not the easiest thing to do in an area that is already developed, and where the locals are not exactly thrilled by the idea of adding more high-density buildings.

Plus the idea of renting out to tenants in an affordable housing environment can be daunting considering the cliental it would invite. Perhaps affordable housing to own as opposed to rent.

Posted on: 12/6 18:54
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Re: AirBnB taking much-needed rentals off the market
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What's next forcing property owners to rent out vacant apartments that are not even reserved for Air BnB ? Some people do not wish to have tenants of any sort.

Posted on: 12/6 17:20
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Re: Police Dept. adds to the force new faces.
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buddyboy wrote:
Fulop diversified the police department so he can pay minority
officers lower wages, give them less vacation and time off, no
awards for heroic actions, and made them pay more for health benefits.
Fulop is such a great Mayor. Maybe more police departments can learn
how to deprive minorities the working conditions enjoyed by the
privileged white officers.

So a diversified force means less for the force and more for the city ? How does this change it financially ?

Posted on: 12/4 9:32
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Police Dept. adds to the force new faces.
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Posted on: 12/2 18:39
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Earthquake Tremor
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/51-magnitude ... t-coast/story?id=51495824
Anyone else feel the tremor from the earthquake that occurred an hour ago ? I am up in the Heights on the Slope and felt the shake, thought it was a truck barreling up the hill.

Posted on: 11/30 18:06
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Re: Uber Driver Attacked in Jersey City ( Washington Blvd/Waterfront)
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No, the beating is not warranted. It's awful to suggest that.

Growing up in NYC these stories were a lot more common in the era of "Gypsy Cabs." Our cities are safer now, and companies like Uber/Lyft can provide some trackability and accountability that did not exist before. But it does underscore the concern some have with companies that work a grey market.

A lot of the taxi industry's objections to ride sharing companies may be based on rent seeking. But there are legitimate concerns to address as well.

To me UBER / Lyft are gypsy cabs. No accountability when you're an "unmarked" car.

Posted on: 2017/11/28 17:43
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Re: Uber Driver Attacked in Jersey City ( Washington Blvd/Waterfront)
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wow! in what universe do you live? they driver could have said anything he wanted and that would not have warranted being assaulted.

The universe of not provoking others to attack in retaliation. Being ignorant of not considering fellow drivers, bikers, or pedestrians along with being obnoxious can ignite certain attitudes.

Posted on: 2017/11/28 17:41
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