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Re: Drunk driver hits cars on 5th st.
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Saturday night (well, technically sunday) around 12:30am drunk driver hits several parked cars on 5th between Coles and Monmouth. Possibly farther east as well. If anyone has camera footage of incident, or of erratic car (to see license plate or car make/model), please advise!



They need to increase DUI stings Friday & Saturday night downtown - with all the bars it is an obvious problem - perhaps a good place to start is Newark Ave as it heads up the hill.


Why not attend a Capain's meeting and tell the how to do their job in person?

http://njjcpd.org/captains-meetings

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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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Can't wait to hear Hillary's endorsement of Senator Bob. Especially after the bangup job she she did defending her husband against the 22 year old intern grown woman who abused her free access to the President and used her feminine Delilah like charms to seduce him in the Oval Office.

"Bob is especially proud of his record working with young women. His fatherly like mentoring abilities transcend borders, ethnicity and age. And Bob is willing to go that extra mile to provide the kind of support.... that well, shucks... money just can't buy."






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Hillary Clinton stumps for Menendez at Jersey City fundraiser

Hillary Clinton came out to Jersey City to help raise money for embattled New Jersey U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez on Monday.

Clinton was the featured guest at the event to raise money for Menendez, his leadership political action committee, and the New Jersey State Democratic Committee. at the Liberty Prime Steakhouse in Jersey City on Oct. 15. Tickets ranged from $500 to $5,400, according to an invitation.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _bob_menendez_at_jer.html



Menendez is pulling ahead in the polls. Hugin is too closely associated with Trump, and NJ voters think that Trump is gross.
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2 ... recast/senate/new-jersey/

Posted on: 10/16 14:22
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Screenshot taken for posterity.

Ye shall reap what you sow

Posted on: 10/10 16:38
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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Wow. So you guys would rather vote for a confirmed pedophile and corrupt asswipe in menendez, than a reasonably good GOP moderate candidate simply because he's a Republican. And spare me, I'm not a republican. And I rarely vote for them. But this is beyond the pale.

My bad. You all are the same dopes who gave Booker a seat at the table too. My bad. I forgot who I was dealing with.

So going forward, you tits have no right to complain about anything that goes awry in this state.


I'm not a huge fan of Menendez, but those accusations have been thoroughly discredited by legitimate news organizations. Not worth arguing with people that don't care about the truth.

Posted on: 10/4 11:04
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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The Catholic Church Is Sick With Sex
Outside of condemning adulterous behavior, Christ never said anything about whom you could love.


Timothy Egan
By Timothy Egan
Contributing Opinion Writer

Aug. 31, 2018

One pope was a father of 10 through multiple mistresses, a man who purchased the papacy with mule-loads of silver. It is said that Alexander VI, the most debauched of the Borgia pontiffs, elected in 1492, even had an affair with one of his daughters.

Another pope contracted syphilis during his reign — a “disease very fond of priests, especially rich priests,” as the saying went in Renaissance times. That was Julius II, known as “Il terrible.”

A third pope, Pius IX, added Flaubert’s “Madame Bovary” and John Stuart Mill’s book on the free market economy to the Vatican’s List of Prohibited Books during his long reign in the 19th century. He also formalized the doctrine of papal infallibility.

What these Holy Fathers had in common was not just that they were badly flawed men putting forth badly flawed ideas: At the root of their moral failings is Catholicism’s centuries-old inability to come to grips with sex...

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/31/opi ... smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur

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Re: JC Street Sweep and Parking Petition!
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i'm ok with once weekly street sweeping but i am TOTALLY AGAINST the idea of giving amnesty to people with unpaid parking tickets. WTH. People break the law and you want to give them a break? He must be a big fan of Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez.


It's better for the city to get some revenue instead of zero from unpaid tickets. It's a way to clear old debts difficult to collect. Most people that far behind in their tickets must be having a tough time. I'd be inclined to hear the specifics of the plan.

They offered the program in Philly:

https://whyy.org/articles/nearly-10-mi ... y-parking-ticket-amnesty/
i'd rather car registrations be revoked for unpaid parking tickets


I'd rather they keep their car so they can keep their job.

Posted on: 8/17 13:54
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Re: JC Street Sweep and Parking Petition!
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i'm ok with once weekly street sweeping but i am TOTALLY AGAINST the idea of giving amnesty to people with unpaid parking tickets. WTH. People break the law and you want to give them a break? He must be a big fan of Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez.


It's better for the city to get some revenue instead of zero from unpaid tickets. It's a way to clear old debts difficult to collect. Most people that far behind in their tickets must be having a tough time. I'd be inclined to hear the specifics of the plan.

They offered the program in Philly:

https://whyy.org/articles/nearly-10-mi ... y-parking-ticket-amnesty/

Posted on: 8/16 22:45
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Re: JC Street Sweep and Parking Petition!
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UHM....No


From what I read there are six initiatives. Which ones are you opposed to and why?

Posted on: 8/14 21:52
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Re: JC Public Schools is short $70 million
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Today was the final vote on the budget, it is now $1.488 as the rate.


Thanks for that information.

Posted on: 7/19 10:34
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Re: Donald Trump Solidifies World Peace
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Comrades, finally Trump turns world right side up! Trump good buddies with dear leader Kim and also put that fking a-hole Canadian Trudeau in his Place. Trump knows who our real friends are unlike democrat liberal progressive Barak HUSSAIN Obama!

President Donald Trump is still angry at Justin Trudeau for a perceived slight during a speech by the Canadian prime minister following the G-7 meeting.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/t ... ney/ar-AAyxq5G?li=BBnb7Kz

Posted on: 6/12 16:27
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Re: Am I allowed to put up fliers informing neighbors about a felon who has moved into the neighborh
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This is from Curtis Thrower's fb profile -

I'm a fun loving, caring person until u cross me. I love my family with all my heart. My nephews and nieces are what keeps me focused. I adore the ppl who adore me. I love to read, write short stories, and old school R&B. And I love to laugh. So all and all. I'm a happy person.

And this - https://www.leagle.com/decision/infco20110720090




Posted on: 5/22 14:13
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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ActionDan wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:

This is not about me nicky, although I do have a great deal of respect for the Polish people. I actually remember reading about St. Maximum Kolbe who gave his life for a Jewish man about to be executed by the Nazi. Kolbe was a Catholic priest who wrote articles condemning Nazis for rounding up Jewish people. When someone escaped from a Nazi camp, ten people was chosen to be executed, a Jewish man was in that list and cried because he had a wife and children. So Maximilian Kolbe volunteered to take his place. The Nazis went after the Jews but the Polish people did not fare well during the war. According to wikianswers, 3 million Catholic Polish people died under the Nazis regime.


How do you even post something like this?


And this for example - " There is a Holocaust memorial in Liberty State Park, also a prime location. If the park were to relocate this memorial, I am sure there would be outrage."

On Fulop's twitter feed the nazis and white power contingent used the same argument.

Yvonne feeds off anger, racism, fear, and misery. She's toxic.

Posted on: 5/15 11:17
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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FULOP>>>>making it RAIN for the NEXT THREE DAYS!!! And no respect for HIGH QUALITY VINYL SIDING!

Posted on: 5/12 18:30
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Looking forward to the gruesome statue being replaced by a park. The Star-Ledger Editorial Board agrees that it should be moved.

http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2 ... the_man_being_impale.html

How to talk to your kid about the man being impaled on Jersey City's waterfront
Updated May 7; Posted May 7

By Star-Ledger Editorial Board eletters@starledger.com
We don't need to be our kids' best friends, but it's nice to ask your little one about his or her day while strolling along Jersey City's scenic waterfront.

The "man being stabbed in the back," though, is one subject many parents prefer to put off while their child is still in preschool. What do you say when it inevitably comes up?

No. The answer is, you shouldn't have to talk about a 34-foot-high man getting impaled on Jersey City's waterfront.

The statue was unveiled at Exchange Place in 1991.

On this, reasonable people can agree: The soldier with an enormous bayoneted rifle sticking out of his back is perhaps the most gruesome statue we have ever seen.

It memorializes the massacre of 22,000 Poles by the Soviets in 1940, some buried in mass graves in the Katyn Forest.

This, we should never forget. We memorialize atrocities so they are never repeated. We are horrified by this, just as we are by the people shot at Tiananmen Square.

But we don't necessarily want to see a statue of a man with his head being blown off along the Jersey City waterfront, either.

Still, prominent Poles were offended when a developer renovating the waterfront suggested the statue find a new home, because it's "a little gruesome."

This has since blown up into an international incident, Terrence McDonald of the Jersey Journal reports, and a top story in Poland.

The Polish artist who created the statue, Andrzej Pitynski, called the developer a "schmuck."

"After 30 years some businessman with big money comes and he tries to dictate," Pitynski told the Journal. "Who this f***ing guy is? The hell with him."

The speaker of Poland's Senate, Stanislaw Karczewski, said the idea of relocating the statue is "scandalous," and "a very unpleasant situation for us."

Jersey City's mayor, Steve Fulop, hasn't said whether it will be moved permanently - his preference - but fired back on Twitter that Karczewski is a "joke," a "known anti-Semite, white nationalist + holocaust denier" with "no credibility."

He added: "The only unpleasant thing is Senator Stanislaw. Period."

Back to the statue. The head of the group that commissioned it, Krzysztof Nowak, thinks we should design the entire waterfront park around it.

"You want to put a couple of benches around the monument? Put a couple of benches around the monument," he said.

Another option would be not to design a major city park around a man being impaled, and instead, move the statue to a museum. Anyone?

Poland's ambassador, Piotr Wilczek, also thinks the statue should stay where it is. Bayonne's mayor, seeking re-election in a city with a sizable number of Poles, offered to take it.

Here's where we stand: Respect the Polish and teach your kids about Katyn - but please, don't put a man being impaled in front of the New York City skyline.

Posted on: 5/9 10:50
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Steve Fulop on radio 101.5 this morning discussing Katyn memorial -

https://youtu.be/uZvPhKl1wFs

Posted on: 5/8 16:35
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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from the article:

There was one self professed HUGE winner -

‘I dodged a bullet’

Yvonne Balcer, a longtime critic of the city’s tax abatement policies, said one of the homes that saw the largest increase downtown had formerly been hers.

“I dodged a bullet,” she said. “I sold my home six years ago.”

She said her former home saw taxes rise by 300 percent, from $16,000 to $41,000 per year. The assessed value went from $210,000 to just over $2.5 million.

“That could have been me,” she said.








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The assessment company predicts that the biggest impacts will be felt downtown, while residents elsewhere in the city – in particular the Greenville and the southernmost part of the city – will actually see sharp declines.

Greenville, the West Side and The Heights, including areas such as County Village and Society Hill, may see decreases when the final numbers are released.

Community activists have long complained that residents in poorer neighborhoods have been paying too much in taxes, artificially subsidizing lower taxes for residences downtown.

Although the numbers throughout the city have yet to be fully released, Councilman Michael Yun predicts that Jersey City Heights – which was hit hard in the last revaluation in 1988 – will not be as negatively impacted as downtown was.

“The Heights are still an attractive place to move,” he said, suggesting that a trend that started well before the revaluation of residents moving from downtown to The Heights might increase as the results of the revaluation push people out downtown.

The problem is that downtown residents may not be able to sell their properties as easily as they might have before the revaluation.

In some cases, pending sales of properties were held up in order to see what the new taxes would be.

“This is bad news for everybody,” said one local real estate agent. “People looking to buy here don’t look at neighborhood by neighborhood, they’re thinking Jersey City, and this revaluation is saying Jersey City is too expensive.”

Read more: Hudson Reporter - Bad news for downtown Residents stunned when reval results mean more taxes

Posted on: 2/19 14:16
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Dinger wrote:
ASI won't be mailing value letters until the end of March. Most of the assessments are still "in progress."


At the HCA meeting with Fulop and Solomon on Monday the 12th, it was mentioned that all value letters will be sent by February 19.

Perhaps Terrance McDonald can confirm this date?

Posted on: 2/15 12:47
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Looks like an excel file was posted by the assessment company:
http://www.asinj.com/revaluation/docs ... oposed%20Assessments.xlsx

It has over 13,000 properties listed so far... Any idea what the total number should be around once it is all said and done?


Sure is taking them a while to post Ogden Ave LOL. Unless I missed it.


This looks like the same spread sheet that was posted earlier.


No, Biggoron converted the PDF to xls, and the PDF had fewer listings.

I love the xls, great for analyzing the data, but I reckon most homeowners, at least the ones that post on these forums, don't know how to use a spreadsheet. Too bad the appraisal company doesn't offer PDF and xls formats.

Posted on: 2/13 12:16
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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By: ARTHUR CHI'EN
POSTED: FEB 12 2018 09:53PM EST

VIDEO POSTED: FEB 12 2018 10:42PM EST

UPDATED: FEB 13 2018 08:10AM EST

NEW JERSEY (FOX5NY.COM) - Municipal officials in Jersey City, New Jersey, haven't taken a look at property values in 30 years. It means some have been paying more in taxes than they should and others have been paying less. And trying to fix the problem has created another mess.

Dolores Renner, a resident of 74 years, is so afraid for her future that she was speechless. She learned that her taxes



are doubling to more than $20,000 a year. She said she can't pay that much and now worries

watch video here


They got the spelling of the last name wrong, correct spelling is Rennar.

Her property is -
-3 family
-Acreage .0574 - 25' x 100' which is large.

I have no idea what her financial situation is, but she owns a 3 family house downtown...



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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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biggoron wrote:
File as promised:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VkmP6vQEiNs2LGm58Cl3V96xnVgvlyBP

I'd recommend downloading it and opening it in Excel if you have it.


Thanks biggoron! Excellent to have this in Excel format.

Posted on: 2/6 22:46
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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PDF of current letters/assessments that have gone out -

http://www.asinj.com/revaluation.asp?p=current&id=359

Click on "Assessment Lists" lower left of page.


My property is not listed. In fact only about 6000 are listed in the PDF (39 per page times 153 pages = 5967). Looks like it is a slowish rollout to get everyone their new assessment.


At the top of the PDF - "released as of 1/24/2018"
Since 1/24 more letters have gone out. For example, the property of the person that started this thread is not included in the spreadsheet, and has received the letter.



Posted on: 2/2 13:24
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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PDF of current letters/assessments that have gone out -

http://www.asinj.com/revaluation.asp?p=current&id=359

Click on "Assessment Lists" lower left of page.

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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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We live in a rowhouse that is in a group of 10 built at the same time and essentially the same size. Some have been updated a more than others but a pretty good sample to compare assessments.

I saw the assessments for 6 of the 10 yesterday. There is an 8k difference in tax from the lowest to highest one. The one in the worst condition got one of the highest assessments.

The assessors are going to have a lot of explaining to do once all the numbers are published.



Did the one is the worst condition allow the appraisers into the home? If not, that might explain the disparity.


Yes all 6 let the inspectors in. The worst one was rated below the others at the time.


Also, to have a successful property tax appeal, the assessment has to be off by 15% or more -

http://www.nj.com/insidejersey/index. ... bad_enough_the_house.html




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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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We live in a rowhouse that is in a group of 10 built at the same time and essentially the same size. Some have been updated a more than others but a pretty good sample to compare assessments.

I saw the assessments for 6 of the 10 yesterday. There is an 8k difference in tax from the lowest to highest one. The one in the worst condition got one of the highest assessments.

The assessors are going to have a lot of explaining to do once all the numbers are published.



Did the one is the worst condition allow the appraisers into the home? If not, that might explain the disparity.

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Re: Snow Storm Wednesday into Thursday?
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NWS predicting 3-7" and high winds

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick. ... 13&textField2=-74.065&e=0

Tonight: Snow, mainly after 4am. Steady temperature around 27. Wind chill values between 15 and 20. North wind 6 to 11 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of around an inch possible.

Thursday: Snow. The snow could be heavy at times. Steady temperature around 25. Wind chill values between 10 and 15. Windy, with a northwest wind 16 to 21 mph increasing to 23 to 28 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 38 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 7 inches possible.

Thursday Night: A 30 percent chance of snow showers, mainly before 10pm. Cloudy, then gradually becoming partly cloudy, with a low around 11. Wind chill values between -5 and 5. Windy, with a northwest wind 20 to 26 mph, with gusts as high as 37 mph.

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Re: Snow Storm Wednesday into Thursday?
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http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick. ... =-74.065&e=0#.Wk03KFWnHCM

Tonight: Snow, mainly after 1am. Low around 22. Wind chill values between 10 and 15. South wind 5 to 11 mph becoming north after midnight. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Total nighttime snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.
Thursday: Snow. High near 26. Wind chill values between 10 and 15. Blustery, with a northwest wind 16 to 23 mph, with gusts as high as 37 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.
Thursday Night: A 40 percent chance of snow, mainly before 10pm. Cloudy, then gradually becoming partly cloudy, with a low around 10. Wind chill values between -5 and 5. Blustery, with a northwest wind 18 to 22 mph, with gusts as high as 36 mph.

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https://www.pseg.com/info/media/newsre ... 18-01-03.jsp#.Wk02hFWnHCN

January 3, 2018


PSE&G prepares for approaching winter storm and record cold
Extra personnel and equipment at the ready


(NEWARK, N.J. – Jan. 3, 2018) Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest electric and gas utility, is preparing for an approaching storm system that is predicted to bring accumulating snow, gusty winds and record cold temperatures to the utility’s service territory beginning early Thursday morning.

“Although we prepare our system for bad weather year-round, we take every storm with the potential for outages seriously,” said John Latka, senior vice president of electric and gas operations for PSE&G. “We have additional personnel scheduled and on standby, with auxiliary equipment at the ready for this first storm of 2018.”

PSE&G also has extra personnel on hand to respond as quickly as possible and handle emergency requests. Both PSE&G’s appliance service business and call centers are prepared to respond to additional customer “no heat” calls as temperatures remain low during the next several days. From Christmas to New Year’s Day, PSE&G responded to more than 15,300 no heat calls – making it the busiest holiday week in nearly 20 years.

In anticipation of the storm, PSE&G is taking the following steps to ensure that the utility is ready to respond to resulting power outages:

Arranging for contractors, including tree crews, to assist the utility’s own skilled workforce.
Ensuring that additional supplies, including poles, transformers and other pole-top equipment, are on hand.
Refueling all vehicles.
Testing generators at utility locations.
Coordinating with county and municipal emergency management personnel to inform them of outages and expedite restoration efforts.
PSE&G urges its customers to be cautious during and after the storm:

Downed wires should always be considered “live.” Do not approach or drive over a downed line and do not touch anything that it might be in contact with.
To prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, do not run any gasoline powered engine, including generators and snowblowers, in a garage or any other enclosed space.
Customers should report downed wires or power outages by calling PSE&G’s Customer Service line at 1-800-436-PSEG. Also, customers can report outages at www.pseg.com or by texting “OUT” to 4PSEG (47734). The utility’s mobile-friendly website includes an “Outage Map” that is updated every 15 minutes and displays the location and status of power outages in PSE&G’s service area.

# # #

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Re: Snow Storm Wednesday into Thursday?
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Sooooooooo...no school for the kids tomorrow? How wonderful.


Potential for high winds, and possible power outage. Not much snow predicted as of now.

Posted on: 1/3 12:41
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Re: pre-paying 2018 taxes
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jerseymom wrote:
By Terrence T. McDonald tmcdonald@jjournal.com
The Jersey Journal

"The IRS has dashed the hopes of New Jersey homeowners who have prepaid their 2018 property taxes in an effort to get around a provision in the new federal tax overhaul."

In a statement it released Wednesday, the IRS says prepayment of property taxes not assessed prior to 2018 are not deductible when filers submit their tax returns next year. The federal agency had previously said it was still reviewing language in the law to determine if it would permit deduction of prepaid local taxes.

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the IRS says prepayment of property taxes not assessed prior to 2018 are not deductible when filers submit their tax returns next year.

Replace the word "assessed" with "billed." The first two quarters for 2018 have been billed. The 3rd and 4th is open to interpretation.

Your pre-paid property tax questions answered
by Katie Lobosco @KatieLobosco
December 28, 2017: 4:03 PM ET

Can I pre-pay my entire 2018 property tax bill and deduct it from my 2017 taxes?

The short answer is, probably not. But you might be able to pre-pay a portion of your 2018 taxes and write those off on your 2017 tax return to be filed before April.
It depends on whether your local tax authority has previously assessed what your tax bill would be in 2018, according to IRS guidance issued late Wednesday afternoon.
"Estimating your property tax liability isn't enough. The property tax must be billed too," wrote an economist at the Tax Foundation.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/12/28/pf/pr ... tax-deductible/index.html

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Re: pre-paying 2018 taxes
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Yes, indeed, the 2017 AMT is a very relevant detail. Another is if taxes are paid by a bank out of mortgage escrow which will be the situation for many property owners.



That is the case for me. I have checked and so far my bank is saying they will not adjust my escrow for the prepayment. Additionally I will have to wait until my annual escrow analysis to be rebated.


The bank that holds my mortgage (large national bank) asked me to send proof of payment using their secure messaging system - PDF (not jpg, etc.). I'm sending a screenshot from the city website that shows the payment received and also the email receipt from the processing company that the city uses. I made the payment online.

There's lots of FUD going around. If you have the spare cash and if your CPA or due diligence supports the decision, go for it. The potential saving isn't huge, but better than nothing.



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