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Re: ‘Massive’ $120M budget shortfall is subject of special Jersey City BOE meeting
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Heights Native, why do I bring up tax abatements? First, the school system do not discriminate against residents based on whether their building pays schools taxes. Secondly, tax abatements are a scam, what is told to the public is the amount of revenue that the tenants pay. What is hidden are the subsidies. As an example, a senior living in an one bedroom pays $2,200 a month in rent. Maybe that tenant only pays $300 a month based on their income, the rest comes from taxpayers. There are people paying rent in non-tax abated buildings paying similar rent and their landlord use that rent to pay school taxes. It is a scam.

Posted on: 7/5 20:38
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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You are truly an evil person nicky, In some ways I feel sorry for you. If you are not making sick pathetic comments, then you are not happy.

Posted on: 6/19 21:23
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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Yes, I am comparing the Museum to the Loews because it is obvious, you never went. It had gallery openings and some live performances. On rare occasions during the summer, City Hall had some of their council meetings, there. It was more than just a museum. It just lacked parking.

Posted on: 6/19 1:11
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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People said the same thing about the JC Museum, it was just a couple of blocks from the PATH. But here are some facts, events are in the evening, around 8:00 PM, when it is icy and cold. I used to go to the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ which is near a train station but, instead, the playhouse own parking lots were used. They had more than one lot due to the demand. People used their cars, not the train, nearby. It is the reason this Playhouse survived.

Posted on: 6/16 18:29
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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Events are held at night and usually during the fall and winter months based on the showings at the JC Museum, the reason why it failed, no parking. So I believe parking is important. Mayor Fulop is always interesting in eliminating parking. You need to draw people from outside the immediate walking distance to have a crowd.

Posted on: 6/13 23:48
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Re: Vertical Gardens
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Esther Wintner also wrote on facebook that the cost is $17.55 a pound without the cost of water and distribution. This is nothing but a Mayor Bloomberg's gig where the "nanny" state told people what to do. From what I heard, part time aides in City Hall were laid off. $17.55 makes high end gourmet stores look very cheap.

Posted on: 6/11 16:25
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Re: Vertical Gardens
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According to this article that is $17 per pound. I don't know where you shop, but even organic veggies are not $17 per pound.
https://reason.com/2020/06/09/jersey-c ... uhlqKLjoM76OS6rN1TP5eqWKs

Posted on: 6/11 1:40
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Re: Where
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I guess my video worked somewhat, the 2018 Friendly is fixed and the 2019 Friendly Budget is up, plus the 2019 Annual Debt is up. Missing is the 2019 Annual Audit and the 2019 Annual Financial. The 2019 and 2020 vacant properties are not listed.

Posted on: 6/10 18:27
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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I am being diagnose by a person who actually believes he is a doctor, that is actually a mental disease, nicky. Visit a real practitioner and take your medication.

Posted on: 6/9 13:33
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Re: Vertical Gardens
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I just found out that Fulop cut the part time staff for budget reasons but found money for this vertical garden.

Posted on: 6/9 1:03
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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Yvonne is my real name, I do not worry about falsehoods. I don't hide behind what is phony. I don't throw nasty shots at people under a different name. Anyone who does, well, that is their problem, not mine.

Posted on: 6/8 23:46
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Vertical Gardens
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The city took away public lands from community people who grew vegetables and they are now giving a contract to a firm to grow vegetables for nearly one million.
https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/06/jers ... omote-healthy-eating.html

Posted on: 6/8 21:01
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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I am not afraid of people, nicky, so sad to disappoint you. The only thing I am afraid of is winding up in hell with people who has similar views as you.

Posted on: 6/8 20:58
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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With a name like psyop , it tells me you still need your medication to calm you down. I don't work there, but I just suggest you go one day when there is a problem in JC, and see if the courts are open.

Posted on: 6/8 2:12
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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As I mentioned before, I do not work at the courthouse but as a long time JC resident, I know many people and several of them informed me they were leaving early because the courthouse closed down due to the protest. Who called this? I down know. The courts are really under the control of the governor for Hudson County. I am referring to the Hudson County Courts, I do not know what happened to the Municipal Courts. I don't call the shots when building closed. However, thanks for suggesting I have that power.

Posted on: 6/6 14:05
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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I know someone who works there, presently there is a skeleton crew, most are working from home. Facts, nicky, has nothing to do with feelings. You can always call up the courthouse and asked if they closed early due to the protest. It is not just the staff, they are also responsible for any citizen who is filing a petition with the courts or want a public document. By the way, it is the judges and sometimes the state that calls these shots, not me.

Posted on: 6/5 23:17
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Re: Where
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There is a resolution of tax appeals for overpayment for the June 10th meeting. No figures are included. Previous administrations had numbers attached to their resolutions.

Posted on: 6/5 23:04
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Re: Non-Essential Businesses Opening in Jersey City and Hoboken
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I miss Maloney, too. They get a great deal of their customers from the courthouse and the courthouse is still closed due to the pandemic and now the rioting.

Posted on: 6/5 16:27
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Re: Jersey City Moves Forward with Largest Mixed-Income Housing Development in Tri-State Region
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And taxpayers will pay for all the infrastructure costs like they did with Newport, it ran into the millions, one reason why the cost of water and sewerage bills are so high.

Posted on: 6/5 0:31
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Re: Where
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When JC does bonds, these documents are listed for bond holders. So they are done, but they are not listed.

Posted on: 6/4 13:50
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Re: Where
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An oversight is one year, it is not two years, both 2019 and 2020 are missing (Friendly Budget). Besides, it does not answer the question on why other data is not on the website.

Posted on: 6/3 13:37
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Re: Where
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I called the state, but I did not record the conversation, it is state law to have it posted and available for the public. But that is not the point, JC Guys, current public information should be on the city's website. Besides, it is more than the friendly budget as I have noted in my video. So why are you defending this administration who is lax in this manner?

Posted on: 6/1 2:51
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Where
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There is missing data on the Jersey City's website.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2w04d1w0dKA

Posted on: 5/31 14:39
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Re: Jersey City to Expand Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza
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Are you off your meds, nicky? It sounds like you are having delusions, again.

Posted on: 5/30 12:35
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Re: The Pandemic
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Interesting video on China, when the 2008 housing crash happened and banks laid off people, a neighbor who worked for one of the banks then but was not laid off, said the industry boasted the about rehiring people but they rehired all Chinese nationals. I heard his statement sometime in 2010.

Posted on: 5/25 1:58
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Re: JCBOE hikes school taxes by 39 percent. Paging Yvonne.
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Actually, JC Guys, tax abatements go before the city council all the time, (transfer to another owner, time extension, the ability to deduct water from city's payment, etc.) The city could change the abatement terms that time. One came before the city council last week and the council just grant them want they wanted.

Posted on: 5/14 1:55
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Re: JCBOE hikes school taxes by 39 percent. Paging Yvonne.
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First, there are 55,000 other taxpayers in JC besides, but apparently, it went down from the proposed 47% to 39%, so we have something to be happy about. Secondly, no one living in a tax abatement building will see an increase nor someone living in rent control since their increase are based on the rent leveling board of one to four percent. So this is an unfair tax increase since it only affects one group of citizens in JC. Then you have the fact the Councilman Solomon froze rents including 2 to 4 families, excluding owner occupied during this 39% increase. The frozen rents stops in August but I am sure Solomon will want an extension.

Posted on: 5/13 19:18
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Re: "Jersey City mayor would build more housing for gentrifiers, call it ‘affordable’"
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All affordable housing is a scam in term of taxes. As an example, a senior living in an one bedroom apartment pays one third of his/her rent which might be several hundreds dollars. But that apartment actually pays $2,200 based on federal programs in rent. Yet that development gets an abatement. There are places in JC that pays full taxes and do not receive $2,200 a month in rent. This is one of the reasons why I am against these programs. This city needs taxes so what is not paid from a senior housing or another similar place, is transferred to the small homeowner who can lose their home in tax liens.

Posted on: 4/30 13:04
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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i don't see how one can blame trump or the republican for the problems stemming from the pandemic. yes, he was slow to react or comprehend seriousness of the problem but then factor in past experiences with sars, mers, h1n1, ebola, zika..


On today's briefings, Trump had a timeline showing important dates. On January 17, 2020, there was no reported US cases. By the time he closed on January 31, 2020, there was some cases but no deaths. Slow...how, especially when the WHO is saying it is not transmitted from human to human?

Since whe did the US follow the WHO. Doesn't the US spend billion$ for the best damn intelligence in the world. LOL


Then why pay WHO $450 million a year from the US? Of course the US should follow an international health organization. Perhaps there should be an investigation.

Posted on: 4/14 1:09
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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Quote:

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i don't see how one can blame trump or the republican for the problems stemming from the pandemic. yes, he was slow to react or comprehend seriousness of the problem but then factor in past experiences with sars, mers, h1n1, ebola, zika..


On today's briefings, Trump had a timeline showing important dates. On January 17, 2020, there was no reported US cases. By the time he closed on January 31, 2020, there was some cases but no deaths. Slow...how, especially when the WHO is saying it is not transmitted from human to human?

Posted on: 4/14 0:39
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