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Re: There goes the neighborhood.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I will document all, and seek next plan of action. As for "speaking" to these jokers, my thoughts are 1) they are well aware they are blocking my driveway often, 2) they are well aware of the parties, and inconvenience caused to others...and they just don't care. What would I gain by asking them to be considerate to others, when they obviously have no concept of the word or what it means. I now have the contact info for the owners...and next time, will just call the police. Step one.

Posted on: 2014/5/18 14:18
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There goes the neighborhood.
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It used to be such a fairly quiet street...but not anymore. I live on Milton Avenue, between Lincoln & Bowers Streets, and the house next to mine - 29 Milton had been sold. Not sure if they are the new owners or renters...but the calm has been replaced by all-out chaos. Several parties on the weekends...and last night one that started around 10PM and went to 3AM with at least 20 people in the yard drinking and partying like its noontime. The music was so loud my walls were throbbing with sounds. I think its just going to get worse. And, on top of all of this the new terrors frequently block a portion of my driveway. This is getting out of hand as I have considered speaking to them but think that it would all be a waste because they appear totally inconsiderate and in the own world. Anyone have any suggestions? Is there a place I can go to look up who owns this place because if they are just renters I think I want to speak to the owners. I am meeting with the person who owns the house on the other side of these jokers today.

Posted on: 2014/5/18 12:04
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Re: Australians investors buying up Jersey City housing
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...and they are obviously are renting to people without any care or consideration in regards to people who live in surrounding areas.

They purchased the building next store to mine on Milton Ave. Basement apt (which may be ilegal to rent?) went to two young latin girls who already are hanging out on the stoop with their boyfriends...and a couple on the first floor who ignore things like keeping the front of the house clean, sweeping or even putting out their own trash. Since these ppl moved in the place looks like a pigsty and the noise level has grown.

Posted on: 2014/4/2 14:14
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Re: Unkempt Yet Profound, a Cult Band Returns for More Interpretation
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Yeah, and thanks to the very poorly advertised show...cept to fans of the band obviously...myself and others had no idea until after it had taken place.

Posted on: 2014/1/17 14:29
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Re: Heights Bar Retiring
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"And as far as the idiot is concerned he probably does not have any pride in the community he lives in..."

Not sure who you are commenting on? You obviously don't have a day job either since you always seem to be on this blog.

The bar is a dive, and it does not have a welcoming presence...never did.

What places will open up or occupy that space? Another deli, laundry, or worse?

The sandwich shop near Central & Hutton looks like it finally gave up too.

We need new...but we also need new blood.

All that being said... I like the Lincoln Inn...less noisy...smaller...and yes, the bar has its fill of drunks...but its friendlier and I don't think twice about going back.

Posted on: 2013/12/30 19:58
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Re: Decent Gym In The Heights?
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OOPS! My mistake.

;-( I thought you guys were talking about the dive coffee shop on central by Charles St. Same thought about the Gym...thought you were talking abt the new dive one opening next to Gino's, see I never think of Palisades as the Heights...especially after dark.

Posted on: 2013/12/30 19:50
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Re: Heights Bar Retiring
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This place is around the corner from me, and although affordable, and nearby, the loud music, really drunk crowds (frequented by firemen and cops)...and outright racist attitude (twice there I've seen near 'things' happen...and all they wanted was a drink). So, eh...Quote:

heights wrote:
http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _down_after_40_years.html
Jersey City bar in The Heights to close after 40 years

Posted on: 2013/12/30 14:36
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Re: Decent Gym In The Heights?
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"brand new gym" YOU call that a gym? It looks horrible, filthy floor, old equipment in plain sight...tiny space. I'm all for new businesses...but this place looks like a dump...and it hasn't even opened...and what's with the huge boxing ring that takes up all that space.

That "coffee shop" across the street is a hang-out for junkies, derelicts and the homeless and is a scourge on the area. True indeed.

Posted on: 2013/12/30 14:33
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Re: What does the future hold for The Heights?
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Uh, More 99-cent stores?

Posted on: 2013/12/17 15:03
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My neighbors may have created a 'boarding house' in a 1-bedroom apt. What can I do about this?
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My neighbors may have created a 'boarding house' in a 1-bedroom apt. What can I do about this?

I live in the heights...in a two-family home. And according to my off-site landlord supposedly only 3-4 people (all East Indians) are living there. In the past two months I have counted 6, and in the past two days alone I think the number has grown to 8!

What annoys me most is that they have taken to leaving their upstairs door wide open in the evening (I live downstairs on the 1st floor) and the sounds are so loud (imagine 6-8 voices all high pitched) coming into your apt! And, for some unknown reason (more likely I think because a lot of them do not possess keys) they have taken to leaving all the entry doors to the building wide open. My wife caught them doing this last night (sunday as well)...and told them as clearly as possible NOT to leave the doors open. All she received were smiles and a wide-eyes stare like they don't know what she's talking about.

I've mentioned to the landlord before that I suspect more than 4 ppl upstairs but he usually calls them and they deny this. I think something has to be done because I do not like living in uncertainty as the doors are left open...and with noise unwanted from upstairs.

Anyone have any ideas on how to handle this?


Posted on: 2013/11/27 14:49
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PATH service going up in a few weeks!
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Uh, so why is it so quiet here about that?

Didn't it just go up recently?

Here's what I found on my workplace bulletin board

PATH Fare Increases
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PATH) has announced a fare increase that will go into effect on October 1, 2013. Below is a list of the new fares.
Type Cost
Single Ride $2.50
2-trip $5.00
10-trip $19.00
20-trip $38.00
40-trip $76.00
30-Day pass $80.00
7-Day pass $26.00

Posted on: 2013/9/11 20:39
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Re: NY TIMES: Have New Yorkers finally discovered Jersey City?
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Quote:

ianmac47 wrote:
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bloodtv wrote:
I do not post often but when I do...to me its important. This person is a complete idiot. First of all I moved to JC from Park Slope in near the beginning of the previous decade. I worked in Manhattan and the average time it took me to get home was nearly 2hrs (Yes, waiting for a local, to catch the F train the F. Hamilton or 7th Avenue...two places I've lived). NO WAY did it ever take the same amount of time to get from NYC to JC. I love that from Wall St. it takes me around 20 min to get to Journal Square. In the evening when everything runs slower...yes it does take longer...but that's anywhere you go.

As for "galleries, etc." Greenpoint and Bushwick have been trying to be Williamsburg & Park Slope for years...the areas near public transportation are far from safe...and the trains to those stops that frequent these neighborhoods run through 'shaky' nabes where one should always be alert. Plenty of places have opened and closed during the brief period where I was looking for another possible place to live or checking out music or a gallery. It's just not gonna happen there.

As for JC itself. The Journal Square area is a MESS, and has been ever since I moved to the heights in 03. Central Avenue has been deteriorating at a steady clip where not even some dollar stores can stay open. And don't get me started about Stop n Shop and their staff's inability to mark items...or to honor sales in flyers. As for the Grove St. area, I'm pleased with it...high priced food for little portions (this ain't Soho!), and bars that have uniquely bizarre rules in some taverns(Powerhouse anyone...and who joins a stodgy "Bar" membership for the priviliedge to drink there!!!) notwithstanding. In any case...it will be a slow climb...but we'll get there...much faster and further than Bushwick...and I can't stop laughing at that poster's one-person need to flag that area! Please. Of course rents are low...they're trying to get people into places no one in their right mind would live.


I find your post confusing and incoherent.


Not nearly as incoherent as yours...but then again...it appears you are trying to sell something. I don't think many on here are buying the fantasy.

Posted on: 2013/8/20 19:13
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Re: NY TIMES: Have New Yorkers finally discovered Jersey City?
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Quote:

ianmac47 wrote:
Please stop comparing Jersey City to Bushwick. It only reveals your ignorance and is unfair to both Jersey City and to Bushwick.

1. Bushwick is significantly cheaper, by 10 to 20% less than downtown's brownstone neighborhoods.

2. The Myrtle-Wyckoff station which is much deeper in Bushwick than is necessary to find rents far below Jersey City, is only about 15 to 18 minutes from 14th Street. PATH can't do that. Also, the M gets Bushwick residents to many more destinations in midtown with a one stop ride.

3. Subway stations are closer together. The cheapest rents in Jersey City are along the fringe downtown -- Brunswick Ave, out on the west end of the numbered streets -- and walking to the PATH adds 10 to 15 minutes to a trip anywhere. The close proximity of subway stations means more housing available immediately adjacent to the station, and a 15 minute walk usual means passing more than one other subway station.

4. The arts scene is significantly more developed with many more full time galleries.


Its much more fair to compare Jersey City to Park Slope, Prospect Heights or Fort Greene, in which case Jersey City is in a very good position.

Both Jersey City and those areas of Brooklyn are more focused on the stroller set. The idea of hipster Jersey City is pretty much dead, as evidenced by the high number of recently opened child care facilities. But Jersey City is significantly less expensive than those parts of Brooklyn.

When it comes to travel distance, Jersey City and Park Slope / Prospect Heights / Fort Greene are roughly equal. True Park Slope has limited access to subways, mostly the F train, or a good long walk to the 2-3-4-5; Fort Greene is actually fairly isolated, and most of the neighborhood includes a serious walk to the subway; even Prospect Heights with the best access to the subway, is several stations further out. Realistically, Jersey City probably has better, faster access to much of Manhattan over those neighborhoods, albeit on the PATH.

Jersey City and those Brooklyn neighborhoods are also attracting older, more established middle aged professionals. Jersey City is no longer affordable for the new college grads or the young people just beginning their careers -- the people who are moving to places like Bushwick or Crown Heights now. But Jersey City does have more space and better amenities than is available in Park Slope, Fort Greene, and Prospect heights, and for some people the choice to live in a larger home is more important than location.

Additionally, the general cost of living tends to be less than in Park Slope / Fort Greene / Prospect Heights, although this a marginal difference.

So in either case, please stop comparing Jersey City to Bushwick, its simply not an equivalent comparison.



I do not post often but when I do...to me its important. This person is a complete idiot. First of all I moved to JC from Park Slope in near the beginning of the previous decade. I worked in Manhattan and the average time it took me to get home was nearly 2hrs (Yes, waiting for a local, to catch the F train the F. Hamilton or 7th Avenue...two places I've lived). NO WAY did it ever take the same amount of time to get from NYC to JC. I love that from Wall St. it takes me around 20 min to get to Journal Square. In the evening when everything runs slower...yes it does take longer...but that's anywhere you go.

As for "galleries, etc." Greenpoint and Bushwick have been trying to be Williamsburg & Park Slope for years...the areas near public transportation are far from safe...and the trains to those stops that frequent these neighborhoods run through 'shaky' nabes where one should always be alert. Plenty of places have opened and closed during the brief period where I was looking for another possible place to live or checking out music or a gallery. It's just not gonna happen there.

As for JC itself. The Journal Square area is a MESS, and has been ever since I moved to the heights in 03. Central Avenue has been deteriorating at a steady clip where not even some dollar stores can stay open. And don't get me started about Stop n Shop and their staff's inability to mark items...or to honor sales in flyers. As for the Grove St. area, I'm pleased with it...high priced food for little portions (this ain't Soho!), and bars that have uniquely bizarre rules in some taverns(Powerhouse anyone...and who joins a stodgy "Bar" membership for the priviliedge to drink there!!!) notwithstanding. In any case...it will be a slow climb...but we'll get there...much faster and further than Bushwick...and I can't stop laughing at that poster's one-person need to flag that area! Please. Of course rents are low...they're trying to get people into places no one in their right mind would live.

Posted on: 2013/8/20 14:45
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Re: Seeking space for a post-wedding reception
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Thanks to all for the ideas, very much appreciated. I'm near Renato's so I will give them a call. Also will note Madame Claude's and Skinners' roof deck for possibilities.

Note about the JC Loew's theater...its $3500 just to rent the space...add catering and decorations...it will add up. Nice venue, and I'm not knocking it...but not on my budget.

Posted on: 2013/5/27 8:31
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Seeking space for a post-wedding reception
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Anyone out there familiar with any local places that provide space or 'party deals' for a post-wedding reception?

It could be a restaurant or decent tavern, but not too grungy please.

I figure somewhere is the downtown JC area. I live in the heights but don't think there is anything up here.

There will be about 20-25 people planned on attending, but my budget is tight and of concern...any suggestions would be appreciated.

Posted on: 2013/5/26 8:59
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Re: 2013 Jersey City Pet Owner's Day Clinics **SAVE THE DATE**
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One year later and I'm still waiting for my cat's license tag to come in the mail. I was so glad to see that JC did this...but seeing how badly it was managed...and how I did not get any proof of vaccinations (I was told it would be sent in the mail) it was a huge time-waster. And hours in line and my cat became sick. I would not recommend it.

Posted on: 2013/3/21 18:58
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Re: New Heights Eatery
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I only live one block away and based on the positive words said about this place decided to drop in last night after work and try it.

The people who run this place are very very nice, but a little disorganized. It is definitely a cute little place, but no apparent source of heating, so being as cold as it was, everyone was doing take out. They screwed up my order but were very sorry about not making my sandwich, but I was patient and understanding. I also got an order of potato pancakes to go as well.

Oh boy, as I am not that familiar with eastern european food...is this stuff supposed to be "that" greasy? Everything was in a layer of oil or grease.

Needless to say I barely finished the sandwich and was turned off by the oily greasy pancakes so I'll give them a chance maybe in a few weeks to improve whatever situation caused this (the cook? the confusion over multiple orders and trying to keep customers happy maybe by rushing the cooking?).

So not a thumbs up...but they do appear to be very nice people.

Posted on: 2013/2/22 8:33
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Re: Police are confronted by a mob in the Heights
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Oh please! The same idiot featured in the video being arrested was encountered by myself yesterday morning in JC courthouse. I was there filing some court-related documents and took a ticket and waited for my number to be posted for service at the counter. This freak walked in, took a number (several behind me), and when my number was called...went straight to the window. I made sure I let him know there's a system and I am next. He gave me a "look" like "F U" and said "what's your number?" I said...The one on the board which is for this window. He ignored me, and when he was done I went to the same window. Apparently he scared the woman at the counter in the courthouse because he obviously held the wrong ticket number for service. He tried to scare me, but it didn't work. I gave up on trying to reason with this lowlife scum. He deserves what he gets. And, I'll tell you something else. People crying out for justice better open their eyes, and close their books and look around. Jerks like this kid will prey on you and then you'll be singing a different tune.

Posted on: 2013/2/13 15:14
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Re: A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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I appreciate the comments and posts by people like Heights, FAB, and the most-recent one. A few more comments by myself... This person is a tenant, and not the landlord, I've seen the landlord, but have not managed to catch her in of late. Yes, this person sits there when it is dark, and when it is pre-dawn (I wake up early)...sit in my office and look out and see him there sometimes. And finally, if he is just a weirdo with some problems, or just does not care...if any of the homes he is facing are broken into...he would become suspect #1 just for his current actions.

And oh yes, he can certainly turn the chair and face another way...that way looks out over the yards on another street, but the homes are further away. This seems in my mind, to support my own theory that for some reason, because our homes are closer he can position himself this way and see in.

Posted on: 2011/9/28 14:19
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Re: A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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"Why did you mention race? Seems to me you could have had an good input from the group, you just clouded the issue."

Because, I would have mentioned the race regardless of who it was. And, I called the person, possible voyeur an idiot because he was blowing off my concerns that what he was doing was not quite legal.

The reaction I got from him seems to be so much in the style with interactions with these people, dismissive, like much of the group here.

Did I mention that the older female neighbor to my left is very concerned about this guy staring at her kitchen window? Its not just me.


And for the jokers who posted stuff like I should move, or commite suicide...let's see how you like it if your wife, girlfriend and children suddenly found themselves upset by some idiot staring at their every move when the curtains were not drawn, or the blinds not down...since its a backyard...one would think there would be some privacy.

Maybe I will take a photo of this person and post it.

Posted on: 2011/9/27 20:46
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Re: A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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Seriously...all these comments are so freakin' funny...not!

#1 I do have curtains and blinds

#2 This person IS looking directly in

#3 It is my right since I am renting the property, and the yard along with it...to walk into it without some weird person staring into my face all the time. And to have my curtains parted and blinds up for the sun light.

#4 To all the ppl who cry racism...Why is it that every time something objectionable happens and the race of the person IS NOT mentioned it is always discussed...BUT when something objectionable happens and the perp happens to be of apparent Indian heritage, everyone cries Douche or Racist... WTF...really? If this was an African American or Latino it would be ok with you, but if it was an Indian its racist?

Posted on: 2011/9/27 15:33
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A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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I recently moved to a first floor apartment with a nice yard. There are only neighbors to my left, all nice people, and we all have fences for privacy. To my right, is a brick wall which is the rear of a garage.

Thing is directly facing my windows, apartment, kitchen, and my entire yard is another building which faces another street. This one has no windows on the side of the house. But a sloped area which provides the roof to an indoor/outdoor terraced space. A new tenant at this property has climbed out of his window, set up a chair facing my windows, apartments and yard and just sits there staring. Sometimes on a cell phone sometimes not.

My lady friend got freaked out by it, and a female neighbor of mine complained to me that she got so un-nerved that she has to close all her blinds.

One day recently I was barbecueing in my yard, turned around, looked up and saw this idiot (Male, East Indian gentleman, seems to be in his thirties) just sitting in his chair staring at me. I had a talk with him, and he just smiled and said no problem (here we go again, freakin' mantra with these people). I told him I was deadly serious, and this was very close to being a police concern and if I catch him staring at my windows, my lady friend or me one more time I will complain to the cops and his landlord.

It stopped for a few weeks, but this morning, I saw him putting a chair outside of his window, and pulling it to the edge of the roof again.

What does anyone else think? I've watched this idiot covertly, and noticed him staring ahead , seemingly at all the apartment windows, sometimes on a phone, sometimes not. Should I just call the cops next time I catch this?

Posted on: 2011/9/27 14:35
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Re: Family in Heights disturbing all around them...taking over the street!
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Theyre at it again!

After a few days of relative quiet, and the neighborhood sort of getting back to normal...they were cranking up the sounds last wknd...and I heard from someone was around all day yesterday that the 'trash' "mom" or leader of this band of idiots decided to fling open her SUV doors and blast music for hours yesterday afternoon.

So, yes, outside of burning effigies...painting "Get Out" on their plastic white fence, what's the next course of action. The police have been contacted numerous times, and I am told have an ongoing record of the complaints.

I think they must be fans of the movie, "The Stupids" because they have no common sense, or brains for that matter.

Posted on: 2011/7/15 13:23
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Re: Hows the Lincoln & Milton neighborhood?
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I don't know who the above person who posted your reply is. But there are three section 8 houses on Lincoln St. (between Milton and JFK blvd alone)...and pn Bowers...we have our own battles with trash:

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewt ... id=271619#forumpost271619

So, decide for yourself.

Posted on: 2011/6/28 13:34
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Re: Family in Heights disturbing all around them...taking over the street!
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That is good to know. Hopefully something positive will result. I don't think anyone really wants to spend negative energy dealing with this situation unfortunately...but I think after so much time has passed...they have no clue...or even worse...care...how they are affecting their neighbors, the neighborhood, would-be tenants, and buyers, and most of all ...property values.

I wish you luck with whatever it is that you are doing, and will post here again if it starts up again.

Posted on: 2011/6/23 12:37
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Re: Family in Heights disturbing all around them...taking over the street!
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They were at it again this past weekend! On Saturday they set up tables, chairs, a pool, blasting music from the car, live congas...and a huge big-screen tv. I could not take the noise anymore and called the cops at 1:30 AM. By 3AM (and no sign of police...and no sign of sleep coming anytime soon)...I called the cops again. The police never came

Somewhere before 4AM I drifted off to sleep...to be awakened an hour later by the sounds of their friends drunkenly getting into their cars and driving away. Sunday it was the same all over again (sans large television) as the sounds of live congas, music blaring drove me nuts for hours...by nearly 9PM I shouted out of my window for them to turn it down or I will call the police.

Finally, it got quiet. So, now the police ignores the calls...what choice do we have? A few of the neighbors on Milton gathered on the street early Sunday and discussed options like calling the rental agency or landlord for the building...What's next...Arnold Diaz, the 'Shame On You' reporter for tv...not a bad idea.

Posted on: 2011/6/20 14:14
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Re: Opinion - Heights: Summit and Lincoln??
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I do not want to frighten you out of the neighborhood...but if you scrowl down...you will see notations of recent drug busts, and wild parties thrown by families who care nothing about their neighbors. Last Saturday night, there were teenagers (15-20-ish) running around the streets, being loud until 2AM right on the corner of Lincoln and Milton (the next corner). If you do decide to buy...the best advice anyone can really give you...is visit the area at night. Then you can make your own informed decisions. By the way, I live right by there...and during the summer, skip Lincoln st. altogether if I'm going to/from JFK boulevard to catch the buses, or to shop...too many sketchy ppl of all kinds there.

And by sketchy, I mean if you are a woman...men leering at you (happens to my girlfriend all the time...even when I'm with her...which started some interesting interfaces), pre-teens, and teenagers out all hours of the night...and the very worst...a four family house midway down the block that is so disruptive with fights and drug sales that local residents seem to have the JC police dept on auto-dial.

Posted on: 2011/5/23 13:22
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Re: Family in Heights disturbing all around them...taking over the street!
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Oh really...! The next time you bring a large flat screen tv into that lot...connect it to your crap audio system...and blast an HBO fight until the wee hours of the morning...I will report you to every local agency imaginable.

And, put up the pool again so the whole hood can see your fat ass family...and we'll put holes in that with a BB Gun.

Don't even get me started where you are openly selling pot in the open. And, that you owe money to all the local deli's because you are so poor you owe credit on your credit.

So, shut up, and move out of the neighborhood. People like you bring property values down, and make nice places ghettos.

Posted on: 2011/5/20 13:48
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Family in Heights disturbing all around them...taking over the street!
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On Milton avenue (between Lincoln and Bowers st.) a two-family home has been rented with an adjacent lot. Somehow these bozos have built a fence around the lot, parked their car in there...and spend their time blasting music, sitting in their car blasting music...having loud parties at night...and demanding that people not park in their driveway...'cept they don't have a driveway...a legal one anyway. And this morning...I saw two plastic chairs, and two long, hefty pieces of lumber that are supposed to keep people from parking near their house. What kind of crazy place is this where people can get away with this nonsense.

Last fall they dragged a large screen television into the lot, had a beer party...long into the night...and disturbed the hell out of the neighbours. I know people living on the block have complained to them, their landlord, and the police (who have been notified dozens of times from everything from being a noise nuisance to illegally claiming their adjacent lot is their property and they can do what they want...). The worst thing is the lot is right on the corner and everyone can see everything going on there...and between the parties, the noise, this is really gonna' drive real estate property values for neighboring homes down. What can one do about this situation...?


Anyone have any ideas?

Posted on: 2011/5/10 13:33
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Dive restaurant in the Heights replaces Charrito's
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I miss Charrito's...they had some of the best Mex food I ever ate. Unfortunately they ran off and did not pay bills, or something strange like that. This past weekend celebrated the opening of the skankiest, filthiest diner I have ever seen outside of the Bowery on the LES (and I used to live there so I know of what I am referring to). To boot, there were 6 or 7 homeless-appearing ppl waiting for the place to open for breakfast at 7AM on a Sunday morning. Curious as I am I walked in and found the place rank, stank, dark, and the same counters, tables, and probably kitchen appliances that Charritos left were being used in this new place. Avoid at all costs. And no, I did not eat here...it smelled like a sewer backed up in there...so I turned and left.

Posted on: 2011/4/13 13:59
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