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Re: Need good vet downtown.
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FYI many of the long time veterinarians at Secaucus Animal Hospital are no longer there including Dr. Drury, Dr. Lee, Dr. Schwartz and Dr. Danforth. Not sure about the rest but the amazing Dr. Danforth has moved to Foster Animal Hospital in Clifton, NJ. I've been taking my pet to Dr. Danforth for years and I can't recommend her more highly. She's incredibly knowledgeable, compassionate and has repeatedly gone above and beyond for us. She is truly the best veterinarian I've been to and that's after seeing many many different vets in New York and Jersey City. Foster Animal Hospital also seems excellent so far and is extremely reasonably priced especially compared to the vets in downtown. Well worth the trip to Clifton.

Posted on: 2018/3/28 18:14
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Can anyone recommend a snow removal person/company in Hamilton Park?
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I'm looking for a reliable person or company to hire to shovel and salt the sidewalk and steps at our Hamilton Park row house (16.67 ft wide, not on a corner) starting in January. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Feel free to PM.

Posted on: 2015/11/30 14:48
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Re: Casement window
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Have you seen transomsdirect.com?

Ordered something similar for an interior wall that needed operable windows.

The customer service was awesome and I received my order within a week!

The windows look great too. They have a number of designs you can pick from.

Posted on: 2014/5/20 21:52
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Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map for Jersey City
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Does anyone have any info on the current status of FEMA's Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps? The ones for our area were released last year and according to the website it typically will take 18-24 months for them to adopted.

Also is anyone concerned about what this will do to your flood insurance rates? It looks like many areas of downtown Jersey City that previously were not in the flood zone will be in the AE flood zone once the new maps are adopted. (Flood insurance can be thousands of dollars a year and most people who have mortgages are required to buy it.)

You can look up your address on the Preliminary FIRM at http://www.region2coastal.com/sandy/table

Or through FEMA's user unfriendly site at http://www.fema.gov/view-your-communi ... inary-flood-hazard-data-0

Additionally, seems like areas of downtown Jersey City that are currently in the AE flood zone will see their Base Flood Elevation go from 9 ft to 11 ft. This 2 foot difference will probably have a significant impact on your flood insurance rate (more expensive).

Also has anyone received any relief by way of the Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act or heard any info about this from their insurance agent? Recently got a +$4k increase on top of the cost of the elevation cert, but I understand there should be some kind of refund coming (eventually).

Posted on: 2014/5/8 13:59
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