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Re: Liberty State Park History.
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Thank you guys for these posts, it inspired me to start a collection of pictures for my kids, so they can see what a few decades can bring in terms of change to a city. Wonder what they will be looking at 20-30-40 years from now?!

Posted on: 2011/3/12 22:55
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Re: Updated Trash Schedule?
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Thank you....

Posted on: 2011/1/29 21:40
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Re: Updated Trash Schedule?
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Which site do they have the garbage pick up schedule posted on for different areas of JC? I know the days for my old address but seems to be different in PH and my landlord just got a ticket which i will have to pay:(
Thnx in advance ...

Posted on: 2011/1/28 15:56
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Re: My car was stolen on Van Vorst St. in Paulus Hook
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My friend had his car stolen a few years ago from the same area, but they did find his car a week or so later, it was a mess, but a heavy cleaning (beer cans, McD boxes etc left) all it needed. Don't give up, might be just a few kids riding it for a few days or the night.

Posted on: 2010/12/19 16:13
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Re: Kart racing near Liberty State Park in Jersey City
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This is going to be amazing for JC! I can't wait to try it. Wonder how the electric cars will be, never really tried one before, but i think acceleration should be really great with an electric engine!

Posted on: 2010/12/13 2:05
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Re: Satis Bistro grand opening
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We were back yesterday with friends again, had a blast. Did bring our bottles again, and did not get charge a fee. Had they done so, I'd be happy to pay, as i saved at least $50+ on the wines we had.
In college I worked in a byo place in DC for years and they always had a corkage fee. It is customary to charge it when a place doesnt have a license, and nobody seem to mind it. Their electric, glasses, labor etc cost $ as well, not to mention they serve it to me! I hope this place will stay open, Im not convinced they will survive without a license and these low prices. 4 of us spent just over $120, that is pretty low for that area. I always felt the same way about OX, and look where they are now.Food was great, service was great, yet they couldn't survive. For what it's worth, the food and the ambience is great, and we really enjoyed it.

For all of you not familiar with the practice, check the link below what we can all expect from a place that ALLOWS you to bring your drinks.


http://www.forkandbottle.com/wine/corkage.htm

Posted on: 2010/12/13 2:00
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Re: Steroid Scandal! JCPD
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No wonder they are all "pumped" up all the time! and they are looking to get a raise on their union contracts to spend it illegal drugs! Makes the rest of the honest cops in the department look bad, well, what is left of them.

Posted on: 2010/12/13 1:54
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Re: Satis Bistro grand opening
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Just moved back to PH and was happy to see this new place open. When we came in they were full, couldn't seat us right away, so went to pick up wine down the block. The food was fantastic, prawns a bit salty, my filet is great with that sauce, but all great.
And cant beat the byob, had a great wine for $20. PLace is very affordable, hope this will actually stay open for a while!

For the atmosphere I give it 8, the food is 9, service was 9.
All in all, had a great time and we will be back to try the rest of the menu. Lunch starts next week, and we both work only 2 blocks away, can't wait to try those meats hanging in the back.

Posted on: 2010/12/11 6:01
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Re: Lafayette Park Communipaw Neighborhood
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I've lived here for over 3 years now. No, I do not attend these meetings, but I should and will. Someone please get on my case and email me, because i do care about this area, and see huge potential in it. I moved here , because i needed more space, didn't want the same cookie cutter condos and couldn't afford a brownstone downtown. Yes, there is plenty of things that need to improve, but they do week by week. I loved living downtown , but as others had my car broken into several times, never here. there is a community feel here , and i like that a lot about this area. Lived on Lafayette in a row house and loved it there. Now I'm closer to the light rail on Monitor which also being renovated/developed. I would love a little coffee shop kind of breakfast/brunch/lunch spot also. I think if you look into it, talk to people in the area , you'll be pleasantly surprised. Need a few more years of improvements , but the opening of Withlock Mills, the never ending/starting developments on Johnston and Monitor will rejuvenate the area even more. But you have to love our churches, and the old row houses , and i think one day soon, this will be a really cool spot to live. Until then, lets work on it, like others did. I remember riding my bike in Paulus hook without all the luxury condos and chased by crack heads with pipes. Thanks to the bike i was faster:). You'll be fine, use common sense

Posted on: 2008/6/8 0:20
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Re: rental properties near Communipaw Ave and Monitor Street?
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Agree, we are missing a coffee shop of some kind, would be great. But Puchu's deli on the corner of Lafayette and Pacific makes great sandwiches. I've been here for the past 3 years or so and never had any problem. If I come home late, I take a cab from Grove Path, but used to do that also when I stayed downtown. Use common sence, but I think on Monitor you will be fine, it's very close to the light rail, and now we have a bunch of new residents moved in to the Foundry. Looking forward to this Summer with the music festival!!!

Posted on: 2008/4/18 21:20
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Re: The Smell is Back. Please call DEP...
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I've called several times already, yet nothing happens. What's the point? Do we have to organize a protest to get
our politicians to pay attention to our problems?
Things are really changing in our area , I'm happy to see people fixing up their places . This problem has been going on for years, and nothing happens. I can't afford to move again, and spent 2 years renovating my house which I'm happy with, but this is just crazy. My wife is complaining , everyone on my block is complaining about it, calling it in and I don't see anything would change. What one can do here? I'm just tired of this bs.

Posted on: 2007/11/14 20:37
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