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Re: The Draper
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It was nice to try something new in the neighborhood. I stuck with the HX cocktail which is basically vodka and ice wine. It was really good. My friend couldn't get enough of their Pigs on the Wing cocktail. The space was really nice and we spent a bit of time in the game room downstairs playing pool. Our bartender was really sweet and overall it was a cool vibe. I plan on heading back for dinner next time.

Posted on: 2016/3/7 18:34
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Re: New Middle School to Open in JC - CERC - 180 9th Street
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Thank you Robin for the correction about MS4.

Posted on: 2015/5/23 17:30
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Re: New Middle School to Open in JC - CERC - 180 9th Street
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Most of the new development is in the PS16 / Paulus Hook School Zone. There are no Middle Schools in this zone. PS16 used to go up to 8th grade, but now it only goes up to 5th grade and it is already over capacity in the lower grades and at capacity in the higher grades. After that the kids have no neighborhood public school options for 6-8th grade. I understand that it?s tough to get the government to pay for new schools, but I am just wondering why the developers are not required to pay into a New School Fund to accommodate all of the new children moving into these new apartments. Also, PS37, PS5, and MS4 are all zoned schools that are all quickly reaching or at capacity. I really appreciate everyone's feedback.

Posted on: 2015/5/23 16:54
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Re: New Middle School to Open in JC - CERC - 180 9th Street
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There are currently NO Middle Schools anywhere Downtown, so this would be a welcome addition. With the thousands of new apartments coming to the Downtown Jersey City Area, a Middle School seems like a necessity. Not to mention that most of the downtown schools are at or over capacity for Elementary Grades. I am wondering if anyone has any insight on why new schools or rezoning are not more of an urgency in the Downtown Area. Also curious, why the developers of these new buildings are not required to build new schools, or pay into a fund to build new schools, to accommodate all the new children these buildings will bring? I would be super grateful, if anyone on this board had any information about this.

Posted on: 2015/5/23 15:19
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