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summer night smells
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I am in journal square and every so often at night a strong smell comes in from the south. not sure if it is land fill or chemical plant?

anyone experiencing the same?

Posted on: 2015/8/1 3:07
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Re: is construction at 1&9 and Sip Ave finished?
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good news, thanks.

Posted on: 2014/10/21 18:24
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is construction at 1&9 and Sip Ave finished?
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is construction at 1&9 and Sip Ave finished?

Posted on: 2014/10/19 21:24
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Re: Record level of new apartments for Jersey City: report
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Quote:

Conformist wrote:
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cancoloftyesno wrote:
where is the location exactly?


Of the Journal Squared project? West of Summit Ave, south of Pavonia Ave, north of the entrance to the Journal Square station that's directly opposite Magnolia Ave.


Thanks. i guess it would be pretty noisy for the new building because of the frequent train underneath it.

Posted on: 2014/10/2 1:21
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Re: Record level of new apartments for Jersey City: report
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where is the location exactly?

Posted on: 2014/9/25 19:11
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Re: parking at Washington Park in Heights
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Quote:

dtjcview wrote:
I usually park on Palisades when using the dog run. Think there's also a small parking lot on just off Patterson Plank (where the road curves). Think the general rule of 2 hr parking applies for non-residents on surrounding streets - and just watch out for street cleaning signs.


Thanks!

Posted on: 2014/7/30 19:38
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parking at Washington Park in Heights
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the park seems to be in a residential area. for those driving from other parts of the city to the park, where do you usually park your car?

Posted on: 2014/7/30 17:33
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Re: cheapest 93 gas in jersey city and surrounding towns?
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Quote:

Monroe wrote:
You can use this to start.

http://www.newjerseygasprices.com/


Thanks for the link! If station A has cheaper regular gas than station B, Is it likely that the premium gas at station A is also cheaper?

the price on the big screens often only displays regular and diesel prices.

Posted on: 2014/5/1 21:32
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cheapest 93 gas in jersey city and surrounding towns?
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BP, Shell or Exxon on route 1preferably, I usually use the Exxon on the Tonnele circle, curious if anyone finds anything cheaper than that? gas price is soaring thus the qustion..


Posted on: 2014/5/1 21:03
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Re: 10 Huron Ave
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be careful with the whole complex due to >50% rental ratio. This will cause problem to owners in the future.

Posted on: 2014/3/24 1:27
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Re: free air to inflate tires?
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Quote:

JC_rider wrote:
This is not in JC but if you have Costco membership you can fill up tires with nitrogen for free there. Closest one is in Clifton. The psi in tire does not fluctuate as much due to temperature changes compared to regular air but you probably have to almost empty out each tire and refill with N to get benefit out of it. Car dealers try to upsell this all the time.


I have costco but my tires were not installed by them. Can I still get nitrogen gas from them?

also thanks folks for sharing their secrets ^_^ I used to use sunoco on tonnelle, still monthly minor adjustments for $1 became tedious.

Posted on: 2014/3/6 0:07
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free air to inflate tires?
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is there any free air in jersey city?

Posted on: 2014/3/5 4:15
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Re: anyone had success in pothole damage claim against state of NJ
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diamat wrote:
Don't have information about success in claims, but I believe the relevant statue is this: N.J.S.A. 59 et seq.

You need to file claim within 90 days and show that the "public entity had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition" (i.e. the pot hole).

Google on NJSA 59 and pothole to find case rulings.


very helpful, thanks!

Posted on: 2014/2/6 5:03
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Re: anyone had success in pothole damage claim against state of NJ
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LoKo498 wrote:
There's a thread about this I remember reading last year or so.


found the thread. thanks. Unfortunately the 15E exit is theoretically in Newark although it looks like it is in JC on the map.


Posted on: 2014/2/6 2:49
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anyone had success in pothole damage claim against state of NJ
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hit a pothole inside ezpass booth entering turnpike from 1&9 truck, car heavily jolted, damaged both tire and rim.


http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/commuter/potholeform.shtm

Pothole Damage Claims:
To file a pothole damage claim, please contact the Department of Treasury's Office of Risk Management at 609.292.4347 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Potholes should still be reported using the online form below so NJDOT can make the necessary repairs

anyone had luck with this?

Posted on: 2014/2/5 21:03
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Re: Port Authority plans to extend PATH to Newark airport
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"plans to" cautiously pessimistic

Posted on: 2014/2/5 20:24
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Re: Closed ramp at the Newport PATH station?
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it is too much work for them to keep both ramp dry enuf to be safe to walk on.

PATH is simply stupid to use such slippery tile on the ramps.

Posted on: 2014/2/4 4:29
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Re: Why does our water supply have so much chlorine in it?
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how do i know where my water is coming from?

Posted on: 2014/1/13 14:53
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Re: Asian Food Market on Route 440
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this alters my grocery fetching routine, they should get a costco here injc.

Posted on: 2014/1/10 19:23
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inspection sticker question
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Hi,folks, Does my inspection sticker mean that I don't have to do inspection till November 2018 ? have a hard time figuring out what it means. Thanks!


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Posted on: 2014/1/1 17:36
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Re: $300 in cash, gifts stolen from car in Jersey City lot
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Why is this lot so bad?

Posted on: 2013/12/31 17:40
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57 sip
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Anyone has experience with this rental building?

also what's the construction on 68-53 sip?

Posted on: 2013/9/20 16:00
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Re: mortgage denied
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guys the property is not canco to be clear.. my first target in home search is canco but passed it.

Posted on: 2013/9/13 16:58
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Re: mortgage denied
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thanks for all the replies. I'll try a few more mortgage providers. And if it still doesn't work I'll eat the result and walk away. Even if I get this property at the end and if the condo situation remains the same when I sell the unit in a few years, I'll be in trouble because buyers will have trouble getting mortgage.

I put 30% down for this purchase.

Next time I'll be very careful about the condo situation before signing contract.

Posted on: 2013/9/13 14:01
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mortgage denied
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because
1 owner occupancy ratio < 50%
2 one sponsor owns 15% of units.

Now I am very deep into this contract. If I exercise the mortgage contingency I'll still pay attorney/inspection/appraisal fee and waste 1month time on this failed purchase.

I wonder Who is supposed to catch the problems of the condo project so that I could avoid getting deep in to this contract..

Is attorney supposed to catch this in attorney review and alert me? or is mortgage broker supposed to alert me as soon as he gets the appraisal or condo questionnaire?

Posted on: 2013/9/13 2:20
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Re: Investing in JSQ
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harrison south of 280 is flood zone, not comparable to jsq

Posted on: 2013/8/28 13:24
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section 8/public housing in jsq
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what addresses are these?

Posted on: 2013/8/27 22:13
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Re: Investing in JSQ
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how to check which buildings are section 8?

Posted on: 2013/8/27 1:42
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Re: appraisal contingency
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we finalized appraisal contingency clause
so if it under appraises by > 15k, I'll have chance to renegotiate and walk away, otherwise I'll fill the gap with cash.

Posted on: 2013/8/15 17:37
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Re: appraisal contingency
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Quote:

JoeGee wrote:
You will definitely get a mortgage, the question is will a lender give you what you need. Have you asked your agent for recent comps?



what recent comps?

Posted on: 2013/8/15 17:16
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