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Re: 42-story residential tower on tap for Journal Square
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Since development started at least in the 1890's Jersey City is clearly Matured and has passed from childhood to Adulthood. It may be changing but it is not maturing and moving toward adult hood. More like a face lift that will leave it totally unfamiliar to those who knew it before the face lift. But it will look younger and more attractive to some.
So in some ways Jersey City is regressing from Adulthood to childhood again. No?

Posted on: 2015/3/10 19:50
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Re: 42-story residential tower on tap for Journal Square
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I complained -- they didn't enforce.

Posted on: 2015/3/10 19:45
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Re: 42-story residential tower on tap for Journal Square
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Here's the sad and disappointing part- leaving out ethnic group names- it could be any group or family over crowding an apartment. It could be any landlord looking the other way or simply being absentee and looking the other way. But what is saddest is that Code Enforcement could care less about over crowding. THEY LOOK THE OTHER WAY. Now that folks is sad.

Posted on: 2015/3/10 19:44
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Heads up Folks
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For almost a year now I have been following and receiving Newsletters from Congressman Albio Sires. Unfortunately Congressman Sires seems to be doing a job that stays safely at the edges of Congressional work. I only hope that in the next election cycle involving this Congressman the people of Hudson County get a REAL choice for Representation in Washington.
It appears that the Tax Payers/Voters are financing a nice life style for the Congressman in Washington. Doesn't look like the Voters are getting much commitment in return.

Posted on: 2015/3/4 13:22
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Re: 42-story residential tower on tap for Journal Square
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There are rules about the number of people living in x number of bedrooms. But Housing Code Enforcement and the Quality of Life Task force-- look the other way.
No body cares about over crowding. Just bring in the money.

Posted on: 2015/2/27 10:43
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Re: 42-story residential tower on tap for Journal Square
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Granted I have read only a few posts on this subject, however, even those posts lead me to say something.
1. Jersey City is NOT A GROWING CITY. It is all Grown UP there are houses in this city that are well over 100 years old. So it ain't growing.
What it is doing is becoming Gentrified. Tear it down; build it up. Make it new and shiny.
Make my house become a cash cow for me. Increase the value of the Real Estate.
Neighborhood? What's a Neighborhood?
Community ? What's that?
I just want my house to be worth more.
Now that's the truth.


Posted on: 2015/2/27 10:38
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