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Re: Saint Patrick's Day Parade - 10th March?
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Sad what this parade has become, it was really an event back in the day.

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Re: Notice of violation & Order to correct - JCFD
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JCFD will win.
The energy and time spent fighting with them would be better served complying.
Many buildings are in such fire code violations perhaps there is a method to their madness.

Posted on: 3/11 14:12
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Re: Bayonne Costco opening March 7th...
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Any opening day perks?

They will be packed on weekends as Clifton is a madhouse.


Posted on: 3/7 22:08
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Re: Durable Flooring
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https://postimg.cc/9wdwgmRX

Same image posted of modern multiple layer tongue and groove laminate.

I was wrong as the technology has greatly improved
over the cheaper single layer thin click together sheets.


This stuff is a bit more expensive but has a sound proof membrane and cushion foam layer all built into it - good stuff and great selection of colors and patterns.


Posted on: 2/23 6:12
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Re: DTJC ? Where
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true. and the trumptards won't mind when an old pervert grabs their daughter by the pussy.



Go hang out with some Catholic Priests you nerd.

Posted on: 12/31 13:55
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Re: DTJC ? Where
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Have you seen the other video of the poor clerk being abused by the 6' 4" person wearing pink sneakers who wanted to be called Ma'am. With 79 genders to consider, I can understand how the clerk might be confused.



And the Libtard's of our new world will want "her" using the same public restrooms as their daughters.

Posted on: 12/30 23:02
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Anyone know where Felicia had his meltdown ?





Posted on: 12/30 0:10
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Does the developer get his $ back since his political contribution didn't pay out on this?


Posted on: 12/21 3:37
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Re: Council approves new Special Improvement District on West Side
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Council approves new biz district in Jersey City after 4-hour hearing

JERSEY CITY — The City Council approved the creation of a tax-funded business district on the West Side on Wednesday after a four-hour hearing that included emotional pleas from business owners urging the council to halt the plan.

The council adopted the measure by a 7-1 vote, with only Council President Rolando Lavarro voting no. The district, known as a special improvement district and funded with a new tax on all commercial properties inside its boundaries, will be the city’s seventh. Proponents say the SID will pay for added security, litter cleanup and marketing, among other items.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2018/12/coun ... after-4-hour-hearing.html



Imagine if the tax roll was managed better and these services where paid from that, like they should be.

Posted on: 12/21 3:36
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Re: Developers Planning to Relocate St. Lucy's - Create Market Rate Housing
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Can Saint Anthony's and some of the Prep property be far behind?

I fear that the Church is going into the real estate business big time ala Two Guys/Vornado years ago. and Sears today.

In the suburbs these real estate deals can be easily absorbed, but in the urban areas like JC it'll only add to increased density, congestion and other issues.


So you mean Junkies milling around stroller Mom's is not a good thing?

Posted on: 12/7 14:37
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Re: Durable Flooring
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I have a friend who bought a craftsman style house about 15 years ago. he put down laminate and now they look cheap. he keeps talking about painting in order to make the place look nicer. I told him that no amount of painting is going to overcome the problem of his floors. I told him to look into porcelain that looks like wood, or even engineered wood floors.

any recommendations for something that will look good after 50 years? he says the wood floors are in such poor shape that they can't be sanded. I doubt this since I got my hardwood floors to great even after being covered in vinyl



I found the laminate floors end up look cheap as well but maybe with the newer more durable types that is not case, the attached image shows the different materials in the layering system and the variety of colors is very good.

Ceramic plank tiles with wood grain are very nice my issue is chipping and cracking and you'll pay 5x to 7x as much to lay that
then laminate.

Hardwood floors are what I am going over, they are great but have a lifespan after being refinished a few times although they are original to this apartment that is close to 100 years old and that is not too shabby of a return on investment.


Posted on: 12/7 12:32
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Re: Durable Flooring
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Resized Imageimage upload


Where you can't go under existing molding, how are you trapping the edges?

Just running clamshell molding over it ?


Posted on: 12/7 2:01
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Re: Durable Flooring
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Looks nice but very pricey, the 5mm planks from Lumber Liquidators I'm currently installing are half that. I'd buy it if I was replacing 8mm laminate, so the molding undercuts matched.



I revisited some of the laminate today and the newer stuff is made much better, the hard top coating seems very durable
with a rubber or cork type base - looks quite good actually.

What are you cutting the panels with when needing to made edges or openings say for radiator legs?

The stuff I looked at advertised a 20 year lifespan and the hard top surface has me wondering how to get clean cuts.




Posted on: 12/7 0:19
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Re: Durable Flooring
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What base layer are you adhering the tiles to?
Waffle Board?
Sheets of plywood?


Https://www.homedepot.com/b/Flooring-V ... y-Vinyl-Tile/N-5yc1vZaq27


If you're addressing me, the products I'm using all float. That way you can pull it up and replace a plank if it comes to that. The subfloor can be quite bad and it will still be fine. For what you linked or what's commonly called 'linoleum tile' AKA vinyl composition tile or VCT, that needs a perfect subfloor to glue down to. I'd NEVER do the peel and stick, been there done that. Comes up.



The tongue and groove floating systems I find can buckle and not particularly overly durable unless adhesive is used underneath them.




Posted on: 12/6 13:49
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Re: Durable Flooring
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What base layer are you adhering the tiles to?
Waffle Board?
Sheets of plywood?


https://www.homedepot.com/b/Flooring-V ... y-Vinyl-Tile/N-5yc1vZaq27

Posted on: 12/5 22:17
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Durable Flooring
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What is the most durable type flooring that can placed in an apartment.

Not ceramic tiles that crack, hardwood flooring is ok but scratches and needs resurfacing.

Laminate flooring ends up wearing and peeling after time.

So apart from laying down sheets of diamond plate what works best?


Posted on: 12/5 18:44
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Re: New Amazon HQ
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Posted on: 2018/11/14 1:36
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Re: Sessions out, Gov Christie in?
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Posted on: 2018/11/8 21:27
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Re: Sessions out, Gov Christie in?
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Brah, what Christie ate?

I'm trying shake a few pounds but what do fatties like
Christie eat to become so distorted and obese with a
huge phat ass like some po'dunk shopping at Walmart.


Posted on: 2018/11/8 0:50
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Re: Police horse unit may return in Jersey City
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Sounds like a great idea.

From a horses ass.


Posted on: 2018/10/20 0:13
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Re: sidewalk concrete work recommendations?
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No it's not found.

Posted on: 2018/10/18 23:43
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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The late Fr. Daniel Montalbano — an active homosexual — was pastor. Montalbano held gay sex parties in the rectory basement, and died suddenly in 1997 at the age of 50, his corpse found in his bedroom attached to a sexual contraption.






Posted on: 2018/10/10 16:03
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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robert menendezs quotes 5

Posted on: 2018/10/4 14:43
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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#Menendez es Pendejo

Posted on: 2018/10/1 19:11
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Re: Cory Booker Feels A Tit
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Posted on: 2018/9/23 20:13
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Cory Booker Feels A Tit
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Posted on: 2018/9/23 15:50
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Re: Property Management Company Recommendations?
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Does anyone have any recommendations for a full-service property management company that can handle all interactions with and needs of a tenant? Any sense of what the monthly costs for this might be for a condo in JC? Asking for a friend who is relocating out of town and who is looking to lease out his condo.


Sherm, well established and less likely to commit ripoffs like smaller companies certainly do.

http://www.delfornorealestate.com/property-management/

Posted on: 2018/9/21 21:31
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Re: (4/16/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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In other related news:

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While the thread is about floods, I still remember being on Route 440 opposite Home Depot, seeing cars under water from a heavy rain. Mayor Fulop wants to build a new community, Bayfront, which is in the same location. He is putting more people in danger of floods and we, the public, will be responsible since this will be a public partnership. That does not make sense.


“He is putting more people in danger of floods and we, the public, will be responsible since this will be a public partnership”

LOL…the the flooding on the portion of rt 440/Kellogg in front of the La Mexicana (former Colonette) restaurant is never high enough to cover a car maybe it would go to the door jam if that. Yes that sewer has been getting over whelmed for years during heavy rain storms. Yes it may block one lane of rt 440/Kellogg while it slowly drains and some drivers do foolishly plow through it and stall but I have never seen a car under water from it. Nice stretch in trying to knock anything Mayor Fulop does. (as usual)

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Posted on: 2018/9/20 3:49
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Dough comes out, is braided and risen, egg painted and baked. There's NOTHING like challah fresh out of the oven! Whenever we have guests for Shabbat they think we're gods for making fresh challah every week.


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laughed. out. loud.

but okay seriously, for we shiksas who believe that french toast should only be made with challah, where can we find it downtown? I'm using the brioche from the Korean on Bay Street, which is a fine substitute, but not perfect.



Best challah around is found at
B&H Dairy on Second Ave off 8th Street.
They sell full freshly baked loaves that will knock
your argyle socks off.
Have a bowl of borscht when there as well.
Not sure where in JC you can find the good stuff
but maybe the Penguins moving in to MLK will open a
bakery soon.....




Posted on: 2018/9/18 18:50
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Dough comes out, is braided and risen, egg painted and baked. There's NOTHING like challah fresh out of the oven! Whenever we have guests for Shabbat they think we're gods for making fresh challah every week.


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Posted on: 2018/9/18 2:19
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