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Re: Street and sidewalk condition
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I actually feel sorry for you, nicky, you spend your life just hating me while I could not care less about what you think or do with your life.

Posted on: 11/23 15:02
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Re: Street and sidewalk condition
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That is a sign that tenants and not homeowners live in the area. Homeowners do clean up the sidewalk.

Posted on: 11/22 18:38
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Re: Affordable Housing rents are being increased during the pandemic.
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Why is tenants afford special consideration when taxpayers got hit with a 20 percent increase? What tenants do not pay is always pass on to the small homeowner. Taxes are services which makes no distinction between homeowner and tenant. This month on the 20th, the city will publish a list of homeowners who are behind in their tax bill. Those properties will be sold December 9th in a tax lien sale. Hoboken tax bill was for 2019, but JC is for calendar 2020.

Posted on: 11/16 1:17
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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I took a screen shot of Anne Villers on facebook who commented that if someone cannot afford to pay the art tax in JC then they should leave the city. I commented that I actually know many people who are afraid of additional taxes and some were forced to sell. These art people want their affordable housing and they also want others to pay for their art tax.

Posted on: 11/10 20:43
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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Interesting that the city council is still pushing no increase in rents for a 3rd time, while the homeowner got a 20% increase in taxes. Homeowners are now second class citizens in JC.
https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/11/jers ... since-pandemic-began.html

Posted on: 11/6 21:45
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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Here is the problem, Feb, May and August were estimated bills. If you have copy of August, it actually says estimated bill. When the budget was struck, the actual numbers were fixed but the tax increase goes back to the first 3 quarters. If the mayor and city council got their act together, there would be no estimated bills if the budget was struck on time. So yes, it is a shock.

Posted on: 10/21 15:10
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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slim26 wrote:
Sounds like the baited of all possible baited questions.

Lets just toss a bunch of wild numbers like 20% into the wind and ask why my taxes are higher without providing any context. Yvonne must have guided you here.

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jcguy05 wrote:
I have a 1br condo in journal square that's an old high rise from the 80s or 90s in st johns, so no abatement or any other gimmick.

property tax has been pretty consistent but i just noticed while paying 4th quarter bill, it went from ~$1000 from last year 4th quarter to ~$1200 this year, so about a 20% increase.

I remember seeing in the mail that jersey city property tax remains flat with no increase, does anyone know why the big jump.


Here is the Jersey Journal article on the budget. It is dated August 26, 2020. The tax quarters are Feb, May, August, and November. By the time the budget was passed, Feb, May, and August was paid, that only left November so the tax increase that should have been felt in Feb, May and August was piled in the November quarter. The November quarter must be paid by November 10th. https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/08/city ... ter-marathon-meeting.html

Posted on: 10/21 0:40
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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The first 3 quarter were estimated bills. The bill is finalized when the budget was adopted. You are looking at the final bill from the 3 branches of government: municipal, board of ed, and county. Don't forget the board of ed will continue to go up for 7 years.

Posted on: 10/20 21:05
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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Statement from the article: "...there will be a $2.5 million investment in local arts initiatives;" So why is there an art tax?

Posted on: 10/19 18:59
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Missing ballots in an area that Trump won in 2016 in Pennsylvania. https://www.redstate.com/scotthounsell ... y0S5hEkxnEYCgEYSHSsh3nOXk

Posted on: 10/13 14:50
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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papadage wrote:
You do know the US has billons of unused acres. And the newest GE 15MW wind turbines are basically maintenance free. And they are made in the US.

Why do you hate American manufacturing? Very unpatriotic.


There is no unused acres, every plot of land has a lot assigned to it. Besides. this is JC, the last census had 90,000 households so where do you get 32 acres for each 1,000 homes? If solar and wind power were that easy, then why couldn't the Obama Administration which invested millions in a solar company could not figure out the solution?

Posted on: 10/11 2:19
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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papadage wrote:
Solar and wind are cheaper than even fracked gas now doofus.


A solar power plant that provides all of the electricity for 1,000 homes would require 32 acres of land. And wind power has many problems, it breaks down constantly as the one in Bayonne does all the time. So be careful who you are calling doofus.

Posted on: 10/10 22:08
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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drifterx wrote:
Early voting showing record turnout, which means bad news for Republicans. The more people vote, the more likely they are to lose. Their own leadership has said as much, thus all the crazy shenanigans to stop early voting, mail-in ballots, you know... legal forms of voting that's been going on for years.

I can't wait to see these crazy fuckers voted out. They make COVID-19 seem harmless by comparison, and they ironically claim as much.


Looking forward to the complaints when gas goes to $7 to $10 a gallon because liberals voted in Joe Biden and his green bill. Also looking forward to those high cost energy for the home, too.

Posted on: 10/10 20:16
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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All the profanity you use papadag does not change the fact that these mail-in ballots will lead to corruption. I filled out my ballot and one part says do not remove which is the affidavit. But when look at the affidavit, it is barely attached to the form. So, do my ballot count? If the board of elections decides it is too far torn, which was mailed that way then my vote does not count. But returning to the subject, you can shop, go to various stores and doctors and if you can walk to a post office, then you can walk to the polling station. This nothing but an opportunity for Dems to cheat.

Posted on: 9/29 20:24
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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mscottc wrote:
Personally, I'd rather have the paper ballots that come with the mail in balloting we have this year than the non-verfiable electronic machines we've had for the last couple of decades. NJ is one of the few states to have not had a paper trail on its voting machines, and that's more ripe for fraud than paper ballots.

Oh, and my wife and I did request mail in ballots, so no fraudalant signature on my part.


There is a difference between requesting a mail-in ballot and ballots being mailed to addresses where people have left or died. Living people request mail in ballots but who will fill out the ones left in empty hallways that are ripe for fraud?

Posted on: 9/29 13:19
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Ballot harvesting, from Project Veritas which is taking place now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWK56l2VaLY

Posted on: 9/28 20:49
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Ballots found in the trash outside board of elections, so you wonder what ballots were trashed and was not discovered.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politic ... pxgaJSQX04GWWjLIDgW5Fu7nw

Posted on: 9/28 1:54
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Re: JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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dr_nick_riviera wrote:
It is a lie that renters don't pay taxes - it will get factored into their rent. Low IQ Yvonne repeats this dumb trope over and over again as do the rest of the NIMBY vermin to dismiss any concerns that don't have to do with building parking garages or stopping any and all development.

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Yvonne wrote:
It is not the idea of voters voting yes or no on this question. It is the idea that many will vote and never see the impact of the taxes. It was not impact rent-control properties which goes up according to the rent leveling board and not taxes, it will not impact any tax abated property and if Solomon has his way, he will put 2 to 4 families non owner occupied buildings under rent control. He said this at a council meeting online. The present temporary ordinance expires in November and he wants to make it permanent. So everyone votes but not everyone gets the bill.


Actually, the rent control laws were updated by Councilman Solomon last year. It is based on the amount of profit a landlord can make and the formula was actually reduced. The former formula was based on interest compared to banks which was high in the 1980s and is near zero now. Any increases are based on repairs and a return for the landlord, it is not based on taxes. Call up the rent leveling board in JC for clarification. In fact the city use to publish on its website the amount of the increase. The increase for the past eleven years have been around one percent. The city should publish again the rent leveling board increases so nicky can look them up online.

Posted on: 9/26 18:15
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Re: JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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It is not the idea of voters voting yes or no on this question. It is the idea that many will vote and never see the impact of the taxes. It was not impact rent-control properties which goes up according to the rent leveling board and not taxes, it will not impact any tax abated property and if Solomon has his way, he will put 2 to 4 families non owner occupied buildings under rent control. He said this at a council meeting online. The present temporary ordinance expires in November and he wants to make it permanent. So everyone votes but not everyone gets the bill.

Posted on: 9/25 22:54
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Re: JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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dr_nick_riviera wrote:
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neverleft wrote:
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Jersey City voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund

Updated 12:57 PM; Today 12:56 PM
By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

When Jersey City voters cast their ballots in the November election, they’ll be picking more than just the president.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/09/jers ... s-culture-trust-fund.html


I was on the fence about this, but I realized this passing would most likely drive Yvonne and the generals in her NIMBY army like ThaWheelman and thebigguy insane, so I voted yes. I have tons of money to burn, a couple hundred extra a year for spite is totally worth it.


I think I should do a fundraiser for nicky, so he can get therapy. His life is at a standstill and he cannot go forward because he is so fulled of rage at truth.

Posted on: 9/25 0:45
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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papadage wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
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papadage wrote:
Right. Like you saw Muslims dancing when the WTC got destroyed.

You're a serial liar.


https://www.nj.com/news/2015/12/exclus ... dents_say_some_musli.html


It was a lie then and a lie now you lying hag.

As for the 'fake ballots' bullshit, they all have a serial number matched to the voter. It can't be faked that way.

You act as if election commissions are full of Republican criminals.


You are calling the paper a liar, I just post it, I did not write the story. Besides, shame on your language. Your parents obviously did a poor job of raising you. But here is something else. A town received the wrong ballots.http://newjersey.news12.com/county-cl ... DXtlIY1TpqgpxZFjMnOxp6vic

Posted on: 9/24 2:04
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Checking your own personal vote, does not stop the phony ballots that will be mailed. Who will check to see if someone voted twice? I still get mail from people that have moved away years ago. Who is going to check those who have died? Who is going to check if noncitizens are voting? To say you can check your own ballot does not stop the corruption that will happen.

Posted on: 9/23 13:58
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Quote:

papadage wrote:
Right. Like you saw Muslims dancing when the WTC got destroyed.

You're a serial liar.


https://www.nj.com/news/2015/12/exclus ... dents_say_some_musli.html

Posted on: 9/22 19:36
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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If you don't think fraud will not happen papadage, then you remind me of school books that had the answers in the back and students claim they did not use them to cheat.

I was campaigning for someone back in the 1990s and I saw bags of money with the logo, "Wells Fargo." Those bags were heading to the housing projects. I just wish cell phones with cameras were invented then.

Posted on: 9/22 16:03
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Posted on: 9/21 15:05
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rules that mail in ballots will be counted if late and it does not need a post mark. So cheating in a blue state is just fine. I am sure those phony ballots are being done right now and will be mailed in after the election.

Posted on: 9/18 20:19
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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The Dems have corrected this problem they filed with the courts to have late ballots counted. Ballot harvesting will happen this November.

Posted on: 9/17 23:21
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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According to the liberal New York Times there was voter fraud in Paterson.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/19/nyr ... on-mail-voting-fraud.html

Posted on: 9/17 17:25
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Re: Who is running to replace Yun in Ward D?
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dr_nick_riviera wrote:
Yvonne will certainly nominate one of her NIMBY buffoons - maybe her top lieutenant, ThaWheelMan, will be the lucky guy!


What a pathetic person you are, you are so mire in hate.

Posted on: 9/16 15:11
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Re: Who is running to replace Yun in Ward D?
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JCGuys wrote:
I'm in favor of defunding the municipal subsidy of free parking.


There are no municipal subsidies of free parking. I read the budgets both the regular and the friendly budgets and there are no line items in either budget for municipal free parking. In fact, there is a line item for what was called the parking authority where people pay money to park on the streets with no guarantee he/she can find a parking space.

Posted on: 9/13 22:39
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