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Re: Legal advice needed
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is this legal though? i am so angry as they just leave carts in front of their doors and it is just dismal to have so much activity in hallways

Posted on: 2014/8/20 15:09
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Re: Legal advice needed
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Thank you guys

Posted on: 2014/8/20 1:37
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Legal advice needed
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Please, no opinions but real advice needed. And do not turn this into a post that has nothing to do with the theme.

Our building at 9 Regent street, where we rented as a long term rental, allowed now shirt term rentals.
Tenants were never asked for the opinion.
What that did, is bring people who do not care, are noisy, lobby is like a hotel. We can barely walk through and elevators are constantly packed or do not work. There is a line with getting mail as concierge is busy with all the guests requests.
Not to mention, it does not feel safe.
It really does not.
Just..our standard of living has changed. We would like to break the lease. And get our deposit back. Do we have a right to do so?
Thank you!

Posted on: 2014/8/20 0:36
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Support employment in your backyard
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Not complicated.

Visit and LIKE our Facebook site:
www.facebook.com/pages/Bragda/1392512024337813?ref=hlLike

We are couple who invested in redesigning and manufacturing cycling caps. You can get them in Grove street Bicycle shop

Spreading a word.. that is all.
Canadians did it for us.. so we figured, maybe locals would too?

Thanks a mill!

Posted on: 2014/7/24 21:34
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Re: ENOUGH! 15TH CITY MURDER - JCPD OFFICER ON DUTY AT WALGREENS
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Enable better online shopping and deliveries so everything can close by 11pm. So, the riffraffs do not have a places to go and jeopardize innocent workers and people on duty.
Since freedom should be given to the society that is civilized enough to be able to handle it.
Sadly.
There is always that one idiot that puts humanity down. That one block that destroys the towns reputation, that one person that changes the history and leaves a bad mark on it. Freedom in a wrong hands is a dangerous weapon. So, restrict it on many levels and slowly filter the bad from the good. There is no reason why many should loiter around and have stores open for them so late. If one genuinely needs it, maybe some 24h secured booth should be in place.
Of course, many would disagree with it..until one loses someone close.

Posted on: 2014/7/13 12:51
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Re: ENOUGH! 15TH CITY MURDER - JCPD OFFICER ON DUTY AT WALGREENS
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Unbelievable.

Posted on: 2014/7/13 12:38
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Re: What is your favorite street in Jersey City?
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The one without the wind.

Posted on: 2014/5/8 16:54
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Re: should Jersey City create and implement on-street bicycle lanes?
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Any positive change like that one, is better then nothing.

Posted on: 2014/5/8 16:49
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Re: Pre-natal Yoga
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I just stumbled upon a cool market-place for moms and moms to be where you can buy/sell children stuff.

I know there is plenty of those on internet but I also know that kids grow so fast and any way to have a clearance is a good way:)

Jumblzar

https://www.jumblzar.com/products/baby ... es-from-3-12months-of-age

Posted on: 2014/2/28 14:55
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Re: The 'Polar Vortex' Is Coming Back. Again...
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And here we are again. I jus wis everyone enough patience to deal with it and if you manage..let me know how as I'm on the edge of my nerves;)

Posted on: 2014/2/26 22:18
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Re: Pre-natal Yoga
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Activities are so important when pregnant. It helps during and after.
Just one thing..more lower back strengthening and less muscle stretching and you will be fit as a fiddle.

Posted on: 2014/2/26 22:15
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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So, there is my neighbor. Dog off the lead. Baby in one arm, coffee in another.

And I wonder..does he pick?
I'm getting bonkers already. Strip from Regent street to Morris canal is a poopzone central.

Posted on: 2014/2/24 0:13
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Doggy do-do's
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Dear people,

please pick up your doggy do-do's.
If you forgot the bag, poo will stile waiting for you.
We have a massive dog and if we did not collect his poo -JC would be swimming in his loads.

Be considerate. If you do not wish it on your carpet - follow the same logic outside.

Also, put your dogs on the lead. Even if they just "want to come and say hello", it may be a bit tricky for us whose dogs are not as social (unfortunately).

Simple.

Best,

youniqpilates.com

Posted on: 2014/2/22 22:14
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ZACT mobile network (does this sound legal to you)?
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SHARE IT to prevent further robberies (ZACT mobile network).

I purchased mobile phone from Zact.
Because I use phone for only emails, I took a plan with minimum call-plan.

My husband called me and Zact charges for ALL incoming calls (regardless the network). The very first day I got various telemarketing calls (before even knowing my number) and that also got deducted.
So, my husband got charged and I was charged for ONE call!

Zact also sends devices that are set up in a way where it uses loads of data. I figured it out alone and asked about it and was told to use home wifi.
I have computer for that and the purpose of mobile phone is to be able to use it OUTSIDE your home.

I am returning the phone to them after 4 days (and all the plans used from incoming call) and I think this is illegal or at least should be.

They do not state anything on their website.

I am very angry as I will be charged additional money for the restocking fee.

Posted on: 2014/2/12 15:10
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Re: Your favorite grocery shop?
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We just came from Key Foods - nice shop - really great selection but prices are a bit steeper. Or am I imagining?:)

Posted on: 2014/1/9 20:11
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Re: Need to find a Stationary
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Croatian is my mother tongue.
Greek and English are the learned ones.

It really gets to me as it sometimes there are days when the head is in complete "shutdown" mode and then the last thing one need is a criticisms (i appreciate corrections though) in a country where people still mostly eat with fingers, cut meat with fork and bring mouth to the food (not the opposite).
You know what I mean?

There also seems to be a pattern of people just being nasty online.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 17:53
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Re: Need to find a Stationary
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Hank, I agree as English is my second language of three. I am very sorry to have offended you and caused you to react. As for other people who are helpful and understanding of human imperfection, thank you! Staples had it. Word is fantastic though. Glad to walk around a it

Posted on: 2014/1/9 17:35
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Need to find a Stationary
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In JC closer to downtown. Need to get small round stickers..
I do not remember seeing any stationary in Downtown. Any help?
I would normally walk around until finding it but it is too cold for it.
Thank you!

Posted on: 2014/1/9 11:29
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Re: Volunteering in Jersey City
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i like your replies. always informative

Posted on: 2014/1/6 22:08
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Re: Your favorite grocery shop?
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I live downtown but exploring JC and am not afraid of an extra mile for fresh produce:)
i love cilantro and also bake bread at home so that is not an issue.. thank you for your message too (i was beginning to worry that if people have nothing to complain about - then they do no say anything:)

Posted on: 2014/1/6 22:06
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Re: Sounds of the Harbor
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We were out walking a dog and talked about it. Also the sound of the boat masts..

Posted on: 2014/1/6 15:55
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Your favorite grocery shop?
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Still a bit new to JC and love Twnder Shoot Farm and the grocery joint on Grove .. Nice Korean people own it.
Where do you get groceries and what is your Recommendation?
I prefer buying local and looking forward to Farmers Markets..but anything else until then?

Where are the best prices for detergents, house cleaning stuff?
Fruits and veggies?

I do see difference and am willing to walk around for deals;)

Posted on: 2014/1/5 15:53
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Re: To JC Bikers Who Ride on Sidewalks...
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Finally someone tackles those with earbuds in. Home is a place to "switch off"from the World. Not the street.
I ride on sidewalk with my dog as street is way too dangerous here. Being polite, slow and considerate to pedestrians is a MUST for us who ride.
The ones who use sidewalks to fly by, are in my opinion, in the same bucket as the ones who switch off.

Manners, common sense and everyone should be able to function.

Posted on: 2014/1/5 12:25
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Re: Interesting sighting on Jersey ave today
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No. But after couple of pints tonight, we may see two:)

Posted on: 2013/12/31 22:52
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Any New Years resolutions?
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What is your 2014 resolution?
Mine is not to make any.

Posted on: 2013/12/31 19:27
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Re: Is traffic getting worse - in general - around this area?
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On that note - we were almost pushed out from the street by an angry-attitude American coach bus yesterday.
It is a bit packed on the street, yes. Happy holidays too!

Posted on: 2013/12/31 12:45
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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That is really cool. If you need home made cookies- I can make it for you. Seriously.

Posted on: 2013/12/31 12:41
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Re: What are your New Year's Eve traditions?
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Whatever we do, it is a tradition that we have better night-outs during a random weekend in a year:)

Posted on: 2013/12/31 12:40
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Re: Review of Orale in NJ Monthly
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We love Orale. Very creative menus.

Posted on: 2013/12/18 21:33
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Re: Heat requirements for rented property
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And yes, since the whole water deal - all the neighbours were in the lobby so we discussed heating.
People are cold but noone seems to be keen to fight it and they just oversleep in their place.

They are younger and think they must endure it.
We (not SO young) mostly work from home..oh, igloo.

Thank you everyone, you are really kind for all the engagement. It is so appreciated.
You know, at least our fog has an excuse to curl up with us wherever we are (silver lining in the fart cloud)

Posted on: 2013/12/18 18:35
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