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Re: Cute Cold Cats In Liberty State Park
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Instead of increasing its cat adoptions to make space, this has apparently become Liberty Humane Society's way of keeping its shelter cat capacity down by not picking up stray friendly cats.

They think this is the new wave for lost and stray cats. Well it is not. Especially in a tough cold urban landscape like Jersey City. How could they turn down two friendly cats living directly on the cold waterfront with no protection from the element.

And if these two cats are not spayed or neutered why does Liberty Humane think its okay to allow them to remain unsterilized to add more litters of kittens to the already behemoth amount of unsterilized cats on our streets. This is what our tax dollars are paying for.

There are dozens and dozens of complaints about LHS not responding to friendly homeless cats and it is time for this to change.



Posted on: 2017/12/22 21:18
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Re: Cute Cold Cats In Liberty State Park
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It looks like the white one has an eartip. That means he was trapped neutered and returned. Does the other cat have a left ear tip?

Have you reached out to Liberty Humane?

Posted on: 2017/12/19 16:52
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Re: Cute Cold Cats In Liberty State Park
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Are these feral cats or tame cats?

Posted on: 2017/12/17 13:26
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Re: Cat Sitter
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I recommend Diana from City Lickers. Trust her implicitly but she only works downtown.

http://www.citylickerspetcare.com/


Posted on: 2016/10/27 18:05
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Re: Downtown Artist Space available with large backyard.
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Do you have photos? What is rental fee?

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Downtown store front available. Excellent for
Artist/ office/woodworking space. Large backyard!

Posted on: 2015/10/15 16:11
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Re: Jersey City Democratic operative still owes $81K court fine from 1992
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Disgrace. Where are you Steven Fulop?

Posted on: 2015/8/14 20:45
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Re: Jersey City council members question wisdom of city putting re-entry program at Hub
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How about putting it at Grace Van Vorst Church on Second and Erie? Or Barrow Mansion?

Posted on: 2015/8/11 13:47
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Re: Jennifer Morrill Out as Fulop's Spokeswoman
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+1

It's the same with the labels sewn on the arm cuffs of a coat. It's hilarious to see people walking around with them still on the coat.



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I've seen the edges of lapel buttonholes done in contrasting stitching, but the X's here look like he didn't know to remove these, like the ones you have to remove on the rear vent of a jacket?? Or is the double X some new dandy fashion affectation???

Posted on: 2015/8/11 13:34
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Trader Joe's to open in Hoboken
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http://hoboken411.com/archives/88886


TATE NEWS9
Trader Joe’s Hoboken
BY HOBOKEN411 · MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 2015



Trader Joe’s Hoboken

Update: Two and a half years ago we mentioned that Trader Joe’s had apparently signed a lease over at the Willow14 spot uptown. Well, that has indeed been true.

They’re currently still “signed on” as a tenant of that building currently under construction (after a lengthy site remediation process). Who knows if they’ll remained signed on if the project hits any snags. They’re currently doing “traffic studies” and other studies to see how much you can cram into 1.3 square miles of land before it sinks into the Hudson.

But the wish for an awesome supermarket has been granted. Just don’t go hungry waiting!




Posted on: 2015/8/7 15:26
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Re: Buying "Hold" Properties in JC Ghetto
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The new construction on Suydam will have it's own parking.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ments_groundbreaking.html

Posted on: 2015/8/6 19:41
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Re: Buying "Hold" Properties in JC Ghetto
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I bought my 1880s row house on Crescent Ave in Bergen-Hill in 2004 for $142,000. It appraised two weeks ago for $270,000. I have offstreet parking and it's the only house that does on the block. This is Bergan-Lafayette with all of its discomforting crime and issues. I am a happy homeowner.

Every day I hear of people from downtown and other areas of JC buying in Be-La and of others who are starting to look to buy here.

Posted on: 2015/8/6 14:24
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Re: Jersey City councilwoman Diane Coleman won't seek re-election | Morgan
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A total no show in my opinion. She will not be missed.

Posted on: 2015/8/5 14:46
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Re: Shots on Bergen Ave.
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In the comments section of the article it states the victim died.

Posted on: 2015/8/4 19:23
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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My 1880s row house in Bergen-Lafayette, which I bought for $142,00 in 2004, just appraised for $270,000. I was quite astonished it appraised so high. I am seeing more and more educated, young professionals moving in BL creating the demand. If only Whitlock Cordage would resurrect.


Posted on: 2015/7/28 19:28
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Re: Neighborhood Spotlight: Bergen Hill
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I own a home in the Bergen Hill area and welcome a historic designation. I know that Dan Wrieden of the JC Historic Preservation office wants to do it. Let's roll.

Posted on: 2015/7/7 20:02
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza -- Reopening?
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Unless you work in the suburbs, why do you need a car?
Isn't that the point of moving to the city? Everything delivers, and you can get an uber for anything that doesn't. I wish JC would actually be bold and make some progressive moves.
I'll take a little inconvenience for less cars, less pollution, more trees and urban wildlife.


Perhaps I'm wrong, but I would hazard a guess that you don't have children; a business that is product/equipment intensive; a job outside the reach of mass transit; and/or care for a sickly/elderly parent or relative. Try any or a combination of all. Quite difficult around here without a car. And some folks simply cannot afford delivery/Uber.

Posted on: 2015/6/22 17:24
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza -- Reopening?
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Are you saying NYC with all its five boroughs are going carless?

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As much as I love Jersey City it's really not a very progressive place, especially when compared to our neighbor across the river, and there are many inhabitants particularly the ones who have been here for a long time, who are very much attached to a car lifestyle.

The perfect exemplification of this is how this TINY pedestrian plaza on Newark Ave is creating an uproar, yet the City is likely going to be installing a vehicle bridge connecting Jersey Ave to Liberty State Park, which is absolutely nuts and will really take a lot from the Van Vorst Park neighborhood, for only a very small gain for people who drive.

While urban cities across the world are steadily moving away from car culture, Jersey City at times seems to be moving towards it, or at least not away from it at all.

Jersey City is a very dense urban city that exists within an overwhelmingly suburban state in terms of landscape and mindset - and this really is starting to show. Case in point how every building has a massive parking deck, which you just don't really see in developments across the river. Because Jersey City is in "New Jersey" and people need cars in New Jersey.

The mindset is holding Jersey City back, and it's sad.

Posted on: 2015/6/15 18:44
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza -- Reopening?
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It is quite apparent that some of you have never lived in Jersey City, you may live dtjc but never lived within the city. I have lived all over the city, and if you do not live near the PATH or Rail YOU NEED A CAR!

Transportation in this town is poor, and unreliable, Services in certain parts of this town is non existent. I am not going to go grocery shopping by using the Rail, I have a car for that. When I take the pets to be groomed, I use the car for that. When I need to make a Home Deopot run I use the car for that.

I am very fortunate to live near the lightrail but realistically the rail only takes me to Hoboken and DTJC and sometimes I don't want to go there. CARS ARE NOT GOING AWAY, more people are coming and they are bringing their cars.

When every neighborhood is serviced with Dry Cleaners, Supermarkets, Pet Stores, Pharmacies, Coffee Shops, Cafes, Banks, and Gyms you might see a little less driving and more people walking.

Posted on: 2015/6/15 18:41
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Re: Brownstone Stoop and Facade Work in JC
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What does FPV stand for?


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Hondo. Call Victor at FPV. He's working on my place right now and highly recommended by others. (201) 758-1882 or (201) 993-3064.

Posted on: 2015/5/18 14:12
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Re: Brownstone Stoop and Facade Work in JC
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I retained JP Construction to redo my front steps in brownstone last fall 2014. When completed everything looked great. Job was completed early October. By Jan/Feb 2015 the side entrance landing was completely disintegrating into to dust. The top layer was becoming pock marked and the cement crumbling like sand.

I called Jack four times and left him messages to call me but he never returned my call. I am now filing a complaint in Small Claims Court against him.

I will try to post photos.

http://s412.photobucket.com/user/cats ... tos/media/steps2.jpg.html

http://s412.photobucket.com/user/cats ... tos/media/steps1.jpg.html

Posted on: 2015/5/15 15:35

Edited by CatsnDogs on 2015/5/15 16:02:54
Edited by CatsnDogs on 2015/5/15 16:04:13
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Re: Ferral Kittens in backyard - what to do?
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Hi Chris_NJ,

I sent you a private message with my phone number.

Carol

Posted on: 2015/5/13 15:51
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Re: Injured feral cat
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The cat needs to be trapped and brought to a vet for examination. The vet will sedate the cat through the wire of the trap so they can then handle the cat.

If animal control traps and brings the cat to the vet, it is likely they will kill it since it is feral and not a candidate for adoption. However, if the cat is severely injured and suffering leaving it on the street is not humane either.

If you are willing to pay for the vet exam and treatment, I can loan you a trap. Be advised, a foot injury usually requires the cat to stay off the foot for a week or more. We do this by keeping the cat in a crate indoors for this time period.

I will send you a PM with my phone number and we can discuss further.

Carol McNichol

Posted on: 2015/5/12 14:21
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Re: Hallelujah…Phillip Street is finally getting paved.
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Now if they will only do Pacific. Summit Ave. Grand St near Communipaw at the Junction.

Posted on: 2015/5/8 14:08
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Re: Brownstone Stoop and Facade Work in JC
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Stay away from Jack Pereira.

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Thanks, BJay - I've left a message with Jack Pereira.. I've already had Excellent Contracting and Innovation Construction out to the house - they are not licensed in NJ.

But more to the topic - does anyone have advice on working with companies not licensed in NJ? (Options do seem limited for brownstone work)

Can you go through a General Contractor who is licensed, and then sub-out to the NY company?

Do you just take your chances?

Do you just say no! ?

Posted on: 2015/5/4 17:28
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Save the Kitties Spring Campaign
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Hi,

We are a small cat rescue in Jersey City without any municipal funding. We rely on donations to help us to feed and provide medical care to all the cats and kittens that we take in throughout each year. In 2014, we rescued and rehomed 50 cats and kittens. This is a free service that we provide to the residents and homeless kitties of the City of Jersey City. Will you support us in this endeavor with a donation of any size? Click the link below to our Go Fund Me page. All donations are tax deductible.

Thank you for your kindness and generosity.

Carol
Companion Animal Trust

http://www.gofundme.com/pf4v98









Posted on: 2015/4/22 18:47
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Re: Whitlock Cordage Interrupted?
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I live about 4 blocks from Whitlock Cordage and I can say that B-L has way too much low income housing already. It keeps property values down and crime up. I would like to see Whitlock become market rate with residents that add value to the community and who do not suck the life out of it.

Posted on: 2015/4/21 16:09
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Re: Murder and mahem in Lafayette under Fulop?
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She is useless.


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getz011 wrote:
Calling Diane Coleman...

Councilwoman Coleman, come in, we need you...

Repeat, Councilwoman Coleman, respond when in range...

Hmm, no one there.

Posted on: 2015/4/8 14:31
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Re: Animal Control Not Responding to Calls
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Yes. This seems to be prevalent and needs to be addressed. Occurs both nights and on weekends when AC is on call.

Posted on: 2015/4/7 20:48
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Re: Any leads on garages for rent?
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lafglass and kotcep,

Just send you both private messages. i would like to learn more about the space you have available.

Posted on: 2015/3/30 16:41
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Re: TNR for Feral Cats?
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Hi Mandalazy.

I am sending you a private message. Call me in the evening to discuss your needs.

And thank you to all who have made positive comments and recommendations about the Neighborhood Feral Cat Initiative. I have taken a sabbatical both in 2014 and now again in 2015, but will see how we can help Mandalazy get the colony under control.

Thanks.
Carol McNichol
Companion Animal Trust

Posted on: 2015/3/23 14:40
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