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Re: Woman filmed as he undress in JC Penny at Newport
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The fat slob will be disappointed when it's revealed this was a man, in actual men's clothing. Isn't there a parking lot she should be trying to save?

Posted on: 3/14 16:00
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Re: Secaucus Boy Kicked Out of Scouts Because He's Transgender (Petition)
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I just heard that the Catholic branch of the Boys Scout will only admit boys based on their birth certificates, thank God for common sense.


Well, the fat slob either needs to rant on nonsense like this or she can focus on her stupid parking lot crusade. She can't change national trends, we're the ones that have to live with parking lots.

Posted on: 2/8 16:33
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Re: Glue Vandalism On Locks
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Sounds like a drunk guy from the Latin Lounge. I heard the place is closing down soon thankfully....that bar has been a nightmare in this city for decades!


So a random drunk dude just happens to be carrying around superglue in case he feels like screwing with some homeowners in his drunken haze? Oh, he must also not be white and has to be connected to one of the few non-white bars in the neighborhood.

Very nice veiled racism. You must be on the VNA board.


LOL @ this ridiculous outrage. Yes, lets pretend that a place everyone knows is the source of problems isn't because saying that it is is RACIST!

Also, what is the VNA board?


Yes, let's just assume the perpetrator is some hooligan from a bar we happen to not like, with absolutely no evidence to back this up. Yes, assuming this is a person of color is already suspect. Of course if this person is hispanic, they must have been getting wasted at that hispanic themed bar I don't like!

And usually bar complaints are related to noise. I've never heard someone stumbling out of a bar and supergluing people's locks shut. That remark from 'tinydancer' is just your usual NIMBY garbage and trying to blame an establishment you don't like on every ill in neighborhood.

Posted on: 2/7 20:17
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Re: Glue Vandalism On Locks
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Sounds like a drunk guy from the Latin Lounge. I heard the place is closing down soon thankfully....that bar has been a nightmare in this city for decades!


So a random drunk dude just happens to be carrying around superglue in case he feels like screwing with some homeowners in his drunken haze? Oh, he must also not be white and has to be connected to one of the few non-white bars in the neighborhood.

Very nice veiled racism. You must be on the VNA board.

Posted on: 2/7 13:23
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Re: Mega development proposed for land near Liberty State Park
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I fully expect lots of neighborhood residents to come out against this project, some (most?) solely based on the lack of 1:1 parking. And, there will likely be opposition from the VVP people who oppose anything that in their view could bring more traffic to JC, as they seem to think those streets around the park are for their exclusive use and enjoyment.


This doesn't fall under any of their territories - are they even in a position to rally the city to block this?

It blows my mind that those people would rather we have a polluted minefield than something useful that will lower all our tax burdens, but hey, I'm not a NIMBY.

Posted on: 1/31 13:34
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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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Getting back to the initial purpose of this thread, please take the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association's survey regarding the proposed redevelopment plan for Roberto Clemente Park, which includes 30 and 40 story buildings that would likely displace the main fire station on Marin and cast long shadows on the historic district and park, without promising sorely needed greenspace and public amenities:

http://hpnajc.org/News/4548492

And while some commenters here are in favor of reopening 7th Street to Marin Blvd, I'm strongly opposed, as this would drive significant Tunnel traffic from other areas through a quiet part of downtown without any benefit to our local community.


Does anybody really trust the HPNA to truthfully report the results of this survey? Neighborhood associations have lied in the past and used underhanded tactics in the past to achieve the desired outcome of their board members. For example, the VNA's recent attempt to change zoning behind its members backs and without real community input.

I'd like to see some independent person or someone not on the HPNA board to be able to verify the survey results and attest to their accuracy. I can almost guarantee they'll fudge the results to push for the absolute smallest thing that they can (and probably push to keep 7th St closed)

Posted on: 1/30 15:14
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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99 Ranch Market had a job fair in November. Any ETA on opening?


I walked by the location and popped in an open door to ask the foreman for the construction inside. He said they're definitely targeting the spring and it absolutely will not go into the summer. I'm hearing from other places they're targeting March.

Posted on: 1/26 11:03
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Re: Likelihood of Fulop Getting Reelected
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There have been a lot of high profile departures during his tenure and nothing has really changed in regards to the police or building departments, two major issues blocking Jersey City's progress as a (ahem) "world class city". JC Make It Yours and bankrolling Chicpea are just embarrassing. The parking authority dissolution has been a mild disaster. RCC is a propaganda tool. Who even knows how the JCMUA/JCIA is going. I'll take Chico as a barometer on that.

On the other hand, we have Healy's lawyer and a guy who I mostly know from this timeless article:

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_assemblyman_defend.html

who seems like an ok guy with the kind of funny, mostly harmless flaws we all have, and that's about all I can say about him. Is this the best we can get? (I ask that with all of the irony in the world during a Trump administration)


I've heard Raj Mukherji being floated, though I'm not sure he's going to actually run. He seems like the only name I've heard thus far with a head on his shoulders. All of the other names I've heard (Boggiano, Healy's shill lawyer, Yun) will probably just have me hold my nose and vote Fulop.

Posted on: 1/23 23:19
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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That property we're discussing shows how ridiculous a disparity there is between comps and cap rates. Ignoramuses like Yvonne have complained about this before, that houses are valued more than commercial, and now it's going to be on steroids.


I suspect there will be many investment properties that are technically residential (4 units or less) that might become cash flow negative after the reval. I wonder if we will have a flood of buildings for sale hitting the market say about six months after the reval take effect?


I do think a positive, unintended consequence will be that it will finally get the owners of a lot of vacant lots that dot Downtown to stop waiting around for a super lucrative offer and finally sell. I also think a lot of the slumlords will find their properties too expensive to carry and may force out some of the remaining riff raff.

Posted on: 1/23 20:19
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Re: Likelihood of Fulop Getting Reelected
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Any statisticians or Vegas odd makers here ?

My guess is, he'll be re-elected.

Does anyone bother to run polls in JC?


This is my instinct too. Incumbency is a powerful thing and despite some fumbles, people I've spoken to still see him as far superior to the mayor he replaced and all the ones that came before him. The population Downtown has increased by a lot and the additional turnout of having it in November will help him out too.

How does it work, does someone need to get at least 50% to outright win and not trigger a runoff? I feel he'll at least get plurality and then outright win if there's a runoff.

Posted on: 1/23 17:21
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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How did you arrive at the total tax levy of $448.7 million?

See page 2 http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploa ... tion/CY2016_USF_Intro.pdf

Another tidbit from that doc, the properties that Yvonne is always howling about getting a free ride paid $129m in 2015 PILOTS, vs $212m they would have paid in tax. But compared to the legacy properties paying 50% or less of their market based tax, these developments at 60% are actually paying a higher rate than Yvonne did for her fabulous brownstone on VVP!


In addition to her lies about the reval, multi-millionaire Yvonne doesn't feel she should have to pay for parking and spends all her waking hours forcing parking lots on Downtown where they are not wanted or needed.

Posted on: 1/11 23:44
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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I think the fat slob should stick to her parking lot crusade. I bet if a GLBT group pitched in to build a parking lot, she'd become their best friends. Life must be so tough for the multi-millionaire "oppressed", white Catholic.

Posted on: 1/10 11:19
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Re: Amazon US Post office delivery issues
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Has anybody had issues with just regular letters not getting delivered? I've had several important pieces of mail (wedding invitations, bills, etc.) either get lost and not show up entirely or be returned "Return to Sender", even though my address was correct and clearly printed out.

Posted on: 12/20 23:06
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Re: Battle against the "Bayonne Box" in The Heights
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You should take a look at Slack for something like this - more real-time communication and it's an app everybody can download on their phone/desktop and have running in the background. It'd be perfect for organizing something like this. Much lower barrier for entry vs. having to register a yahoo email and there wouldn't be a super slow turnaround between everybody. Plus, their forum software sucks.

https://slack.com/

Posted on: 2016/11/28 10:52
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Re: Jersey City school board election November 8, 2016
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Here's an easy way to settle this - who is Yvonne voting for? Vote the opposite. Easy.

Posted on: 2016/10/29 19:17
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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just because you're an idiot who can neither do basic math nor apparently read a ballot does not mean that applies to the rest of us


Shame on your mother for not raising you with manners.


Shame on your for wasting taxpayer money with your ridiculous lawsuit to make this (election date issue) show up on the ballot, yet again. For all the griping you're doing about this increase, how much money did you force the city to waste on your stupid lawsuit?

Shame on you for knowingly using incorrect math and lying or just being an idiot by unknowingly using incorrect math to mislead people on the real cost of this to further your agenda.

Tell us, when these both pass with overwhelming margins are you going to respect the will of the people this time or are you going to go the way of your preferred candidate Donald Trump and waste more city money by contesting these in court?

Posted on: 2016/10/25 22:59
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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I really think her ulterior motive with the election date bs, in addition to whatever reasoning she uses it against Fulop, the depressed May turnout would better favor her preferred candidates.

More than likely, less younger and working professionals, mostly living in Downtown, will vote in a separate election. That favors the NIMBY/Yvonne/Neighborhood Association candidates.

Posted on: 2016/10/19 11:33
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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How do a condo owner pass along this tax? The math is correct. Twenty cents per thousand is $2,000 more in taxes if the revaluation is $1 million. Take one million and times it by .20, the answer is $2,000. The question is asked in hundreds, but we use thousands since it has been a long time since homes were assessed by hundreds.


It's called raising the rent on your tenant the next time their lease comes up for renewal to cover the cost if you so choose, if you own your unit and rent it out. Why is this a difficult concept for you?

Posted on: 2016/10/18 14:28
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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Both are looking like they'll pass. Deplorable Yvonne's opposition is thankfully a kiss of death for her own cause (I'll vote yes for both). Please tell us who you'll support for next mayor so we can vote opposite and that person can win in a landslide.


I guess you are not a property owner. What we have in JC are those people who live in tax abated homes and are not affected by rising taxes and those who are affected by rising taxes. If you are a person living downtown in a row house, you will be paying $2,000 more in taxes after the reval. I heard some homes sold for more than $2 milion, they will pay $4,000 more in taxes.


Funny how some people are willing to pay a little extra for nice things (parks), huh Yvonne? You should try it some time.


It also proves how out of touch she is with the real economy. Of course if an owner's taxes rise, they'll pass the cost onto their renters if it's large enough. Renters don't get a free ride as she seems to think.

She also seems to have pulled her tax increase numbers out of thin air, which isn't surprising. It figures that a woman who can barely spell or construct a logical thought could also do math.

Posted on: 2016/10/18 14:07
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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Both are looking like they'll pass. Deplorable Yvonne's opposition is thankfully a kiss of death for her own cause (I'll vote yes for both). Please tell us who you'll support for next mayor so we can vote opposite and that person can win in a landslide.


I guess you are not a property owner. What we have in JC are those people who live in tax abated homes and are not affected by rising taxes and those who are affected by rising taxes. If you are a person living downtown in a row house, you will be paying $2,000 more in taxes after the reval. I heard some homes sold for more than $2 milion, they will pay $4,000 more in taxes.


I am a property owner and I live in Downtown. I'll gladly pay extra money in taxes just to see your worthless opinions invalidated.

Posted on: 2016/10/18 13:53
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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Both are looking like they'll pass. Deplorable Yvonne's opposition is thankfully a kiss of death for her own cause (I'll vote yes for both). Please tell us who you'll support for next mayor so we can vote opposite and that person can win in a landslide.

Posted on: 2016/10/18 13:46
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Re: More teardowns and Bayonne Boxes coming in the Heights
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These are the type of houses that Yvonne believes should be built throughout all of JC... It's why she fights against historical designation.


Dammit man, why'd you have to mention her name? Now like the Devil, she will appear.


You're going to have to fight her tooth and nail to get the R5 zoning implemented. She's probably already called her respective councilmen and faxed the respective neighborhood associations and gave them marching orders to oppose it.

Posted on: 2016/10/14 15:00
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Re: Historic district may come to Jersey City's West Side
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When liberals do not get their way, liberals call the opponent "racist." Where is the adult conversation here?


That's rich. I recall you and your parking cartel cried racism to get your way on parking regulations the council proposed in Downtown.

Posted on: 2016/10/7 10:04
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Healy never made this announcement at the end of this first term.


Because no one anywhere, ever mentioned (or probably even thought of) Healy running for governor?


Why not? Healy is a lawyer and a former judge as well as a former councilman. Fulop was playing of the part similar to Hillary of not announcing until the very end.


Because he was an incompetent, fat oaf (figures that you would love him) and any aspiration of higher office was killed as soon as he was photographed passed out naked on his front porch?

I guess this makes your stupid election referendum lawsuit invalid. He'll be around for a few more years for you to rage against though, while you simultaneously keep up your parking crusade.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 13:50
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Thanks for the clarification. It could be something else. Maybe related to the long delayed reval?

I don't know what it is but there's a very bad smoking gun that he's aware of. There just has to be for him to make this shocking move. And I think we are going to find out in the near future.


Maybe there's no huge smoking gun, maybe he just conducted internal polling and saw that an urban-based, first-term mayor just wouldn't be as popular through the rest of the state and could have a problem winning election? He would be running against much more experienced candidates with better name recognition, regardless of his own merits would be.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:16
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Yvonne to be placed on suicide watch, immediately.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:11
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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Has nobody ever asked the city why we can't implement something like Cars2Go or the car sharing thing Hoboken did?

http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/ ... tion-parking/corner-cars/

For whatever reason, there is a dearth of ZipCar lots in the city and this seems like something that could work out well for getting some people in the brownstone areas to ditch their cars. The only catch is that the city may have to commandeer street parking space for their use.

Posted on: 2016/9/22 17:30
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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The problem is JC has done nothing to amend the parking code, permit hours (should be extended), regulating cars parking long-term with improperly registered out of area plates (resident owned vehicles trying to skirt higher insurance rates), and enforcement. This can be fixed NOW without increasing actual parking space realty/building more garages and will greatly improve congestion for parking in many areas of the city. Let's fix what we already have, in concurrence with expanding biking, public transit and car share.

The issue the OP has is that because permits in HP end at 5pm, and many new buildings have gone up with fee-based garages, a lot of newcomers are moving to these buildings and street parking their cars after 5 & all weekend instead of paying for the parking in their new shiny luxury building purely because they can due to the limit in permit hours. Just visit the streets around the Cast Iron Lofts - where cars NEVER parked on the street before the building went up. Guess what? Its full of cars now from new residents moving into the Cast Iron Lofts who came here with their cars, but refuse to park in the garage available to them.

Yes, Planning can continue to put lower parking to unit ratios on future construction, and they should. But make residents in buildings with garages USE THEM and not the street. You choose to move to a pricey new apt with a car, you can afford to pay to park it off street at your building.


Maybe a group of citizens can try to lobby Candice or someone else on the council to take up that 11pm bill again and organize a larger counter-group to push back on fat slob Yvonne and her crew when she shows up and cries racism because she won't have a guaranteed parking space for her 20 weekly trips to City Hall.

Posted on: 2016/9/22 15:15
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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Your logic is confusing. Yvonne blocked the permit hours extension because she said it would make it harder for people who don't live downtown to park downtown. So now more, not less, cars can come in after permit hours end at 5, not less. That doesn't lessen car ownership at all. In fact, its exactly the opposite effect.


Why on earth the council sided with and validated that despicable fat slob, who knows. They should know by now her and her parking cabal spout nothing but made up facts and nonsense.

Posted on: 2016/9/21 17:38
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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Staying static and becoming dense to the point of not having adequate parking are not the same thing. With regard to your comparison to Columbus and Marin, I think it can't go unnoticed that he housing stock there is very different. The Hamilton Park Neighborhood has always been mostly brownstones. The recent addition of multi unit housing was never part of the original fabric of the neighborhood. While, I am not totally opposed to some development, the development should be more appropriate to the area and should not depreciate the quality of life in the neighborhood. If we were to carry your argument further, it would stand to reason that you may support the idea that Hamilton Park should be converted into more multi unit buildings or a parking deck. Which I think would be a disaster Quote:

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So you just assumed a nice neighborhood close to Manhattan would stay static? If there was plenty of parking, by the second law of thermodynamics, that parking will be equalized with the rest of the city. Do you think people who live on Columbus & Marin have street parking?


MDU development is necessary because we're in a huge housing crunch right now. Unless you want us turning into San Francisco, the only solution is to build up than around.

There are also plenty of people living in downtown that don't own cars and don't need parking spaces that pay the same tax you do. Why should MY tax dollars pay for your stupid luxury of free street parking when we have tons of half empty garages throughout town you can utilize to make your life easier?

I suspect your answer will be "Wah wah wah, it was like this when I got here, I'm ENTITLED to it!"

Posted on: 2016/9/21 13:38
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