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Re: Mason / Front Porch Contractor
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Bumping this, because we also need our stairs re-done. Having a hard time finding a mason.

Posted on: 10/9 20:17
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Re: Property Registration
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Indeed. It looks like a fishing expedition where they expect the buildings to self-identify so they can decide which one meet X and Y criteria. I also received a notice years ago that I ignored. As long as you don't provide the information...
Not sure whether you mentioned it but are you in a new building? Or recently condo-ed?


Nope, old building from the 1920's that was refurbed in the mid-80's when the association was developed.

I will ignore. Thanks everyone for your advice. That guy on the phone scared me. lol.

Posted on: 1/27 10:36
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Re: Property Registration
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The form only applies to owners of at least five rental units in one building. I ignored my form years ago, despite them telling me to fill it out when I called to ask about it - even though I was exempt. No repercussions for ignoring it. I just think you do yourself more harm filling it out if it doesn't apply to you. Once you do, you create some file in a city agency and I can easily see a Kafkaesque situation every year in which you're forced to prove to the city that you don't own five units in your building. Fwiw, friends who own single-family homes also got the form and ignored it as well.


Yes, it was from the Landlord/Tenant department. I said we didn't have 5 units under rental and no one owns more than one unit and he said it didn't matter I still had to fill out the form and send in $10 per unit. And I told him nothing on the form applies to anyone in my building we are a non-profit Condo Association. And he was telling me well the owner would be the President, and I was like, ahhhh I don't think that is how it works and he told me well then I can go to court then and pay the $2500 fine. :/

Maybe I will ignore it, I do feel like I got this in the past and ignored it because of the 5 unit thing. I feel like it was worded differently this year which set off alarms.

If they want me to register my building (which I am sure it is somewhere), then it shouldn't be coming from the landlord/tenant department.

Posted on: 1/26 20:54
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Property Registration
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Did anyone else get this property registration form that must be filled out by March or you are massively fined and have to go to court.
We are a condo association, there is no sole owner, we all own our units and don't answer to an LLC.This form seems to deal with Landlord/tenant issues and we are mostly owner occupied. I called them syaing I didn't feel this form applied to us and he said all buildings must apply.

So, I guess I am just wondering if anyone else has filled out this form and could help me with it. I am treasurer for the association and no one else on the "board" is even around for this.

Posted on: 1/25 11:08
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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It is amazing how users here are against the safety of children. Yes, non-transgender men will take advantage of laws. They are not stupid. Anyone who supports this is cooperating with evil. No matter how you justify your reason, young girls will be victims.


No one is against the safety of children. We are against your ignorance and bigotry.

Posted on: 2016/4/27 20:37
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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https://youtu.be/Jv7d8EXxtqs


Colbert calls out weirdos like Yvonne.


Posted on: 2016/4/27 19:18
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Re: Al Roker, Jesse Eisenberg, John Leguizamo @ NJCU
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How do we get tickets for Jesse and John's events?

Posted on: 2015/9/29 17:25
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Re: Jersey City: Newark Avenue - Pedestrian Plaza
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Is Yvonne the new Sonia of Newport?

I'm all for this! And I have a car. I never drive down that stretch unless picking up pizza from two boots, but that can be easily detoured.

Posted on: 2014/8/23 11:50
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Re: Jersey City police chief: Fulop devised 'illegal' operation to snarl traffic at Holland Tunnel
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Since when does JCPD patrol traffic at the Holland Tunnel? That's PAPD territory.


Good point. My guess is that I know the neighborhood associations don't like commuters using Jersey City local streets to bypass tunnel traffic. With the closure of the Pulaski Skyway inbound I would think residents feared this would get worse. I know in the past there had been talks of redirecting traffic to prevent this. (This was years ago). I see other towns closing roads or making certain roads one way to prevent commuters from using local streets by schools to avoid traffic. Maybe this is something similar. I doubt it is anything like bridgegate.

Posted on: 2014/7/13 8:32
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Re: Parking lot on 9th and Erie - door always open!
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And it's open again! WTF?


Posted on: 2013/3/20 18:48
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Re: Parking lot on 9th and Erie - door always open!
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While we are at it, maybe Silverman should charge double a month to the people who take up two parking spots. You want two spots, then pay for them.

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Posted on: 2013/3/17 18:30
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Re: Parking lot on 9th and Erie - door always open!
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PaulSilverman wrote:
The use of the garage is a temporary solution for Tommy's new restaurant, New Thanh Hoai. Tommy rented dedicated parking just to the north on Erie Street from Lefrak but is delayed getting approval to use the Lefrak lot. We expect in the next few days to get the ok. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please eat at New Thanh Hoai, if you can, the Vietnamese food is delicious and the owner, Tommy is very nice.


Then why not hire someone temporarily to watch the garage during restaurant hours and close the garage door when the restaurant closes?

Posted on: 2013/3/16 17:22
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Re: Snor'Eastercane
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Could the residents of The Park Hamilton please move EVERYTHING on their balconies inside.

This is just a sample: http://www.imagebam.com/image/9e872d217591335



Posted on: 2012/10/29 14:17
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Re: Liberty State Park Events
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Did these auditions take place in Liberty House Restaurant? looks like it.

Posted on: 2011/1/19 20:39
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Be careful on Erie Street and 10th
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They put up a stop sign and changed the light to flashing red all directions. I wasn't even paying attention, and didn't even see it until my husband pointed it out. The two cars in front of my went right through the stop sign and the guy behind me looked confused as to why I was stopping.

So anyone driving on 10th, don't assume the people on Erie see you or know to stop. I think everyone is just used to that intersection the way it was. Proceed with caution.

Posted on: 2010/7/4 10:20
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American Idol Audtions in Liberty State Park; Jersey City, NJ
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That's what Ryan Seacrest said on the show tonight. It always seems like they put the crowds in stadiums as a holding area, initial audition place. Where could they do that here? Liberty Park?

Posted on: 2010/5/19 21:41

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Re: Car Dealers on 440
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I will never set foot in Hudson Toyota gain. Loathe them. The BBB give Hudson Toyota an "F" last time I checked.

I had a good experience with Parkway Toyota in Englewood.

Posted on: 2010/4/28 19:13
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Re: Drivers Must Come to Full Stop at NJ Crosswalks
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The pedestrians are as bad as the drivers here.


My friend Dirt McGirt is absolutely correct with this statement.



You guys have no clue. I have been 50% or more across the crosswalk (with the lights in my favor) and had drivers turn into the street I was crossing, without looking, causing me to take evasive action.

One guy even stopped and came at me again, obviously thinking that I should back up and let him pass in front of me. It was in a clearly marked crosswalk. The guy was turning out of another street where there was a stop sign. There were no parked cars obscuring his view.


Unfortunately these are regular occurrences. Some of you people clearly don't walk much or you would have experienced something similar yourselves.

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Drivers can’t always stop on a dime when that happens “last minute” --- even at 25MPH which is the limit for most of these streets.


Most drivers are not driving at 25mph. On Jersey or Marin (where it is clearly posted), they are driving considerably faster. In the case of Marin at 8th and 9th most of the drivers are hitting 50mph.


I drive and I walk and I agree that there are as many bad pedestrians as there are bad drivers. I try to be a courteous driver as well as a courteous pedestrian. I am not going to cross the street unless I can tell that the driver can see me. This includes a driver who could possibly make a turn where I am crossing, there can be a blind spot in the car where they might not be able to see me at an angle.


I am going to have to look up this law and read it so I understand. Currently, when I am turning on Washington Street in Hoboken every morning from Observer, I get a green arrow and the pedestrians have a Don't Walk sign. They step into lane one, but I turn into lane three. They usually get the point then that they are not to cross because we have the right of way. But my confusion is, if they are showing intent by stepping into lane one, I can no longer continue? I have to stop and impede traffic and let all the jaywalkers cross?

Posted on: 2010/4/2 7:59
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Re: Did the Census leave out part of Jersey City?
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FGJCNJ1970 wrote:
I got my census form two weeks ago. Filled it out the day after and returned it. It was in a big 9x12 over-sized envelope.

Now today, April 1, I just got ANOTHER census form in the mail.

So will I now be counted twice? Should I fill out and return the second form as well?

It hat lovely "YOUR RESONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW" in big bold letters. But I already responded two weeks ago.

You'd think after hundreds of years as a republic, doing this every ten years, there would finally be a system in place that works.

I smell SNAFU.

FG


From what I hear, you are supposed to write "DUPLICATE" on it and send it back.

Posted on: 2010/4/1 15:09
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Re: Did the Census leave out part of Jersey City?
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We have a condo association. We are a very small association though. Only 7 units. I am not sure if my neighbors got theirs or not. I was picking up my neigbors mail for a month, and it looked like he got something from the, not sure if it was the survey or not. He is registered with the state as the association secretary and I am registered as the treasurer.

Posted on: 2010/4/1 14:55
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Re: Did the Census leave out part of Jersey City?
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We did not get ours. I live on 9th St. in Hamilton Park.

Posted on: 2010/4/1 14:38
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Re: Drivers Must Come to Full Stop at NJ Crosswalks
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So does this mean pedestrians can walk against red lights and cross whenever they want to? Get into the crosswalk when I have the green arrow and they have a Don't Walk sign and we are all supposed to stop and hold up traffic because they are too entitled to wait for a walk signal?

Posted on: 2010/4/1 13:44
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Re: New Resturant on Erie
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We got delivery from there the other night. They delivered withing 30 minutes which is pretty good compared to other places in the area. We also enjoyed our food and thought prices were very reasonable.

Posted on: 2010/4/1 13:32
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Re: Cristie and what he'll do to NJ
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A.Marriage is something sacred between a Man and Woman!, if your looking for a meal ticket on the backs of the allready tax burdened citizen thats just outright disgusting!



true! just ask Britney Spears and husband #3! or is it 4? whatever, I bet it's sacred. and what the hell does "meal ticket on the backs of tax-burdened citizens?" A) mean and B) have to do with marriage? your logic eludes me...


Exactly! Don't like gay marriage? then don't have one. It is as simple as that.

Posted on: 2009/12/12 15:02
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Re: JC Post Office - Be Very Afraid
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I try and avoid the post office on Washington as much as I can. I had my mail held one time while on vacation. I had requested for my mail to be delivered and restarted on a certain date. Mail did not start up again for 3 days. I went to the post office to the window that says "Mail Held" told them I wanted to pick up my mail and also complain that it had not started up again. I was shoo'd away to go to another window. The other window was where people got their passports. There were 4 people in line to get their passports. I went back to mail held and said, "look, forget the complaint part, I just want my mail." She told me this is not where you pick up held mail. I told her the window says "mail held," I just saw someone pick up their held mail there and that is where I had picked it up in the past. She refused to give me my mail so I had to wait about 30 minutes in line for people to get passports so I could pick up my mail. I sent in a written complaint, but I am sure no one cares.

Posted on: 2009/11/22 1:30
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Re: hey, so who hit my car?
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Did you file a police report?
Call the DMV with the plate?

Posted on: 2009/10/12 19:43
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Re: I wonder which state has the worst roads in the country?
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I grew up in the burbs of Cleveland and was recently there visiting. Their roads are actually worse than here.


I get at least 1 flat tire here a year, but that is mainly due to nails!

Posted on: 2009/7/27 10:56
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Re: Has anyone here bought a car from out of state?
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Thanks Matt,

I figured it was that simple. :)

Posted on: 2009/7/27 0:59
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Has anyone here bought a car from out of state?
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Apparently, the car I want is not available in this region and the closet dealership I can find that has one is in PA.

I was looking at the NJ DMV site and they said it could take 4 - 6 weeks for title transfer. This won't affect getting registered and plates will it?

My concern will be getting a parking permit for the car. Most of the time I do not have to worry about parking when I work dayshift, but occasionally I work evenings so I do not know what to do with the car other than parking it at the mall during the day.

I cannot find any information on the JC Parking Authority site about temporary permits with a new car. Although would they even grant one to me with out of state temp plates?

Would love to hear from anyone who has dealt with this.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 23:41
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Re: Crime is Down, but 4 Cops Shot on Bergen
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not sure about it, but appears this is the chick http://www.myspace.com/lamia201
Info HS drop out occupation: cellpluss & Alwyz 1stLady of SWAT&SMITHBoyz



I don't think that is her. Says her sign is Scorpio on myspace but the report says Amanda was born in August.

Posted on: 2009/7/16 16:58
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