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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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stillinjc wrote:
This incident is noteworthy because it shows, in a nutshell, limousine liberals' attitude towards the "little people", including law enforcement.

From what I read Hillary Clinton behaved towards the Secret Service EXACTLY like Turner when she was in the White House. I bet $$ to donuts that Fauxcahontas is also like that, or even worse. She has that rabid look...

PS - I loved the elitist references to MIT and Yale PhD students...this tape should be part of the Limousine Liberalism 101 course that I encourage these fine institutions to establish, but doubt very much they will.







Ethics Chair, the irony.......

Makes you wonder what other incompetent assholes
are sitting in the proverbial Port Authority toilet (chair).


#ex commissioner









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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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CatDog wrote:
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iGreg wrote:
Good Lord!, I certainly hope Hillary has made that comforting
phone call.



#Special
1.5 years after the election and you're still obsessed with Hillary. Goodness.

Posted on: 4/25 15:23
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Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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Good Lord!, I certainly hope Hillary has made that comforting
phone call.



#Special

Posted on: 4/25 8:09
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Re: Legal Weed Is Coming to New Jersey
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Yvonne wrote:
The Denver Post has been doing stories on this since marijuana has become legal, accidents have one up. But what make the newspaper 'angry' is the fact that some medical examiner tests for marijuana use and other don't so you are not getting a full picture of accidents. Those that don't says marijuana stays in the body for a long time so it is not accurate. But that also means your surgeon or air pilot who uses marijuana for recreation has the chemical still in their blood. At what point during an accident does this drug interferes with judgment?


But the tons of functioning alcoholics are fine with you because it's been legal for years?

A few rips of some dank Kush and you'll mellow out a bit.


Posted on: 4/20 17:00
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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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brewster wrote:
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stillinjc wrote:
I also heard good things about Costco fish and seafood quality. Do you guys concur? If so I'd be very happy.


The thing about Costco is everything they sell is great quality, they carefully curate their stock. Just buying laminate flooring from them every once in awhile justifies keeping my membership.


And that rotisserie chicken you sneak out with tucked under your arm.


Posted on: 4/20 16:58
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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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Reality check: it will be packed.

The Costco in Clifton; always packed - weekends don't go there.

WalFart in Bayonne = Packed.

BJ's in DTJC = empty

Posted on: 4/19 14:22
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Re: Citi Bike
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The system is horribly managed in Jersey City.

Bike racks either full where you cannot dock or empty where you cannot get a bike.

Should have the van roving around satisfying the demand during the day.

And it's not surprised they pulled all the docks from the hood.

Posted on: 4/11 2:32
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Re: N.J. city shuts down burlesque show, citing obscenity laws
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stillinjc wrote:
Would you really want to see Lillian Bustle naked? Seems like city attorneys are doing us a favor. ;)


Only 240 lbs according TedX and no peeps were harmed during their lap dance....

The Horror, The Horror !!!




Posted on: 3/29 19:47
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Re: New York Times: Is New York’s Best Pizza in New Jersey?
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$18 dolla personal pizzas?
no wonder those noobs downtown line up for it.


#spendthrift

Posted on: 3/21 11:34
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Re: HC school closings, delayed openings for Weds (March 21, 2018)
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tern wrote:
The overreaction to these snowfalls gets more absurd each time.

Last time, not content with closing for one day, Jersey City schools closed the second day, despite no snow falling, because "there was a risk of ice".

Robin.




Posted on: 3/20 22:35
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Re: Critics target Jersey City over outside law firm
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Wonder how much this firm donated to Fulop's many fundraisers?

Also would "Daniel Rivera" bend over and rub Crisco on his nether regions if Steven asked?


#largesse


Posted on: 3/16 10:09
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Re: Teacher Protests Disturbing Neighborhood
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Approx what is a tenured JC teacher earning?
with summers off and pension plan....

Posted on: 3/16 1:11
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Re: Tour Helicopter Crashes Into East River Killing 5 Passengers
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mfadam wrote:
Great bunch of guys. By all means these are the type of people we want flying over our homes, roads and schools.


Makes you wonder who else has air rights above JC and the Hudson River thoroughfare.



Posted on: 3/15 23:14
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Re: New Polish Food Shop on Hutton Avenue
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hero69 wrote:
good grief, pay your taxes and try to hold goverment accountable and shut up already.

** would you rather live in ny, nj or california versus arkansas, missippi or missouri.

** would you rather live in sweden, france or singapore versus india, cameroon or albania

Posted on: 3/14 17:35
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Re: New Polish Food Shop on Hutton Avenue
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Place is weak, they had no goodies to heat at home like stuffed cabbage, pierogi or soups etc.

I asked and got dumb looks.


This is the spot to load up at and worth the drive:

https://www.piast.com/

Posted on: 3/13 22:06
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Re: Sheriff Sale? (foreclosure)
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Yes very good info, as the pay off amounts listed are basically maxed out values on most of those listings, i.e. not worth those figures. Plus the unknown variables of liens and condition of the housing, sounds like a shark tank.

I like the idea of buying out the debtor or dead beat in many cases.

#cash is king



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dmark526 wrote:
Yes, all of this is very good information.


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12345 wrote:
I know very little about these sheriff sales so you should go to the Hudson County Sheriffs Office and verify what I am writing:

1. The auctions that are listed in the paper are withdrawn or post phoned most of the time because many people contact the owners and work out a deal where they give the owner cash to transfer title and negotiate with the mortgage holders for a short sale. This is called PRE-FORECLOSURE and is a great way to get a deal.

2 You will not be able to inspect the property or look inside and there are many angry people who will trash the property when you take their home and try to evict. Another good reason to do pre-foreclosure.

3. Every property is allowed 3 or 4 postphonement and then if it makes it to the auction the mortgage holders will show up and bid what they are owed, this is the starting bid. If there are 2 mortgage holders and only one shows up then the other gets wiped out at the auction.

4. Tax liens take precedent over other liens and will not get wiped out so if there is a IRS lien it stays with the property; you MUST do a title search before you bid to verify this and know what your liabilities are.

5 The sheriff takes CASH at the auction and balance in 30 days in cash making it very hard to get financing and they add a sheriff fee on top.

Owners of the properties are contacted by hundreds of investors before the sale. But great deals exist if you are willing to work hard and go to auctions every week because if the owner is dead you might get a great deal!

Posted on: 3/12 18:45
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Re: Sheriff Sale? (foreclosure)
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Interested as well, some tasty listings but if the judgment is listed as 450k at what point does the bidding start ?


Posted on: 3/12 17:19
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Yvonne wrote:
I went to the protest and met former neighbors, 3 are battling cancer and another is on a cane for serious back problems. They did not ask for sweetheart tax deals that the mayor did in "Make Jersey City Yours." Most in that group were long time residents, I saw many who were born here and are now seniors. Many are still paying for the damage brought by Sandy.



How much did they pay for their properties? and what are they worth now?

Also how much did you profit on your DTJC property sale?

#oH

Posted on: 2/24 22:13
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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jerseymom wrote:
(And to echo some of the sentiment here, the woman mentioned below owns 2 downtown, multi unit properties, if this article is correct. So, yeah, cry me a river vs. our neighbors who have been subsidizing these properties for decades.)




Should pull her rent roll in comparison to what she's been underpaying in taxes for her two properties.




Posted on: 2/24 19:53
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Re: Netflix series Seven Seconds (takes place in JC!)
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Total piece of shit!

Veena Sud should really focus on why women can't ride a bus in India w/o being brutally gang raped instead writing racist drivel like this bullshit series for Netflix.




Posted on: 2/23 18:42
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Re: N.J. watchdog issues scathing review of Jersey City water agency - JJ
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K-Lo2 wrote:
...while sending out threating notices about insuring your street lines.


+1

those little $12 a month insurance fees would really add up nicely for those boot heel lickers...

*even when their payout limit would not even cover the actual costs of that type of repair.



Posted on: 2/21 20:32
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Sutherland wrote:
One thing that's really difficult is that a lot of the people most adversely affected by the tax increase were real pioneers who purchased homes here in the early 80s and got behind the community, effectuated significant change and ultimately did more for Jersey City than any politician or developer. Now after pulling Jersey City from out of the depths, many of them may be forced to sell and move. The process doesn't seem to pay any deference to their efforts. For a lot of these people, downtown Jersey City is a uniquely special place to live. So the fact that they could sell their homes and maybe cash in with a lot of money may not be so comforting. They actually CREATED a community here and created a place that was unique and special. Now they have to think about where they could go and live and feel as comfortable. It's a hard pill to swallow and it's something I wish people would feel sensitive to.



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Re: Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff's officer
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She would have been so awesome assisting judges in divorce court over there on 595 Newark Ave.....

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Posted on: 2/8 19:48
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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iGreg wrote:
272 Barrow St., a 2,808-square-foot rowhouse
Current assessment: $210,000

New assessment: $2,538,900

Current taxes: $16,380

New taxes: $41,130



#Ouch!




It's for sale -- go get it!



Ahh Terry, if only the Jersey Journal paid such a good Lad a 6%
commission every time one of your articles is read.....

Posted on: 2/7 12:40
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Yvonne wrote:
My former home made this list in the Jersey Journal article. By the way, taxes are high because Fulop spending increased nearly $100 million. We did not feel the impact because many tax abatements expired granted in the 1990s. Taxes should have gone down, but it hid this spending. http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... s.html#incart_2box_hudson


Lemme guess, 272 Barrow?



272 Barrow St., a 2,808-square-foot rowhouse
Current assessment: $210,000

New assessment: $2,538,900

Current taxes: $16,380

New taxes: $41,130



#Ouch!



Posted on: 2/7 12:20
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Yvonne wrote:
I also started the Meet Ball,


Oh wuz it you who left ur hat behind ?

BALLShat2_grande

Posted on: 2/6 18:39
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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bustjc wrote:
Its crazy to think that 20-30 years of amazing growth in downtown that the taxes were subsidized by the poorest neighborhoods of Jersey City, many of them paying higher taxes on properties worth a fraction of downtown properties for a very long time.





Bit of insight into how poorly this city is mismanaged, ehh?

From the schools, streets to the police force.






Posted on: 2/1 23:07
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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paulushooker wrote:

I just got my revaluatation letter from Appraisal Systems:

2018 Total Assessed Value: $2,416,400

2018 Estimated Annual Taxes: $39,145.68

2017 Total Assessed Value: $190,000

2017 Total Annual Taxes: $14,820.00

According to this, my property taxes will increase by $24,000 or 2.6 times what I am paying now.

That's completely insane.




Nope, it's the cost of underpaying taxes for too many years.

Look at the bright side - you're living in the lap of luxury now in Paulus Hook (not some shithole on MLK).....


#having your cake served

Posted on: 2/1 17:29
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Re: Podewitz Deli Central Ave
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dmark526 wrote:
They were closed early this evening. Maybe a sign that it's close to the end. They have been down to one worker whenever I go in there in the early evening.


Real shame, Stanley's & Havermeyers were just a thing of the past to many of us......

#sigh

Posted on: 1/31 21:24
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Re: Rent increases in light of revaluation
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ProdigalSon wrote:
How are other small time landlords handling the reval and rent? I'm looking at over 100% increase in my RE taxes and there is no way I can ask my tenant to cover the change. I'm hoping I can get 50% out of them or have them leave and then hopefully increase it with new tenants and be back to even.



It will need to fall within the parameters of what is
a conscionable rent increase vs what can be argued an
unconscionable rental increase :

http://www.lsnjlaw.org/Housing/Landlo ... round-Rent-Increases.aspx

Posted on: 1/29 18:50
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