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Re: Man arrested after Jersey City daytime shooting, cops say (Lafayette/Berry Lane Park)
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ecoindie wrote:
WHERE ARE THE 900 COPS?


subtract office workers, divide by districts, and then by shifts.

add new condos residents to population, and you get the picture.

fulop gave 70 tax giveaways to his wall street masters, so, there is no money for cops just to keep up with growing city. now we have 2 cops directing traffic at newark and kennedy and newark and summit, while they can do better tasks. and when crossing guards call in sick, there is even fewer cops available.

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Re: Fulop ties to Kushner?
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fulop corrupt? i am in shock.


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Stringer wrote:

Israeli billionaire is Kushner’s partner on 15 Manhattan buildings

Raz Steinmetz also invested in Trump Bay Street

THE REAL DEAL - April 26, 2017 11:20AM

Israeli billionaire Raz Steinmetz is a quiet investor in 15 Manhattan properties owned by Kushner Companies.

Steinmetz, who hails from one of Israel’s richest families, has been working with Kushner since at least 2012, Bloomberg reported. The Downtown Manhattan properties they jointly own are worth $150 million and the two sides also partnered on the Trump Bay Street project in Jersey City, according to Bloomberg.

The Steinmetz family made its fortune in the diamond trade. Raz’s uncle Beny, a diamond trader, has been under criminal investigation in the U.S. for allegedly bribing Guinean officials in exchange for mining rights.

https://therealdeal.com/2017/04/26/isr ... n-15-manhattan-buildings/


Posted on: Today 9:23
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Re: Landlords: You Cannot Say "NO SECTION 8" in Your Rental Ads
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However, as I understand it, there's nothing to stop a landlord from requiring application qualifications like a 700 FICO score, as long as you state it clearly and enforce it equally. I've heard that you must include the the voucher as income in an income based qualification.



there is no law mandating having credit history to begin with. and score is for banks internal evaluations. for instance, people who always pay on time are called deadbeats by banks, because there is no way to suck them.

http://www.creditcards.com/glossary/term-deadbeat.php

Posted on: Today 9:18
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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another serious issue is slumlords gaming insurance companies. often adjoining houses get damaged, and neighbors might end up dealing with insurance underwriter refusing claims because of slumlord illegal units.

Posted on: Today 9:12
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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>>>What qualifies as a "slum" to you?

>>34 gray street

>Right, so basically... You have no actual data to back up your claims.


unlike ms mota, i went there. dozens and dozens of violations visible with naked eye.

Posted on: Today 9:02
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Re: The city and the Friends of the Loew's could be heading back to court.
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RichMauro wrote:
I don't know what to make of the legal issues, but the physical interior of the building in terms of rehabilitation is at a standstill imho.


The physical restoration and rehabilitation has been at a practical standstill since years ago. That is why I support the idea of bringing in a professional organization to run the place and oversee its renovation. I totally get that FOL saved the place from the wrecking ball, but they are definitely not up to the task of seeing through the effort of restoring the place to its former grandeur.


place needs truckloads of money to bring up to date. commercial investor is not guarantee that they will save the place.

i can picture them running it to the ground and turning into condos one day. fulop is proven to fail us time and again, and catering to his wall street masters

Posted on: Today 8:56
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Re: Man arrested after Jersey City daytime shooting, cops say (Lafayette/Berry Lane Park)
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By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal
on April 27, 2017 at 11:08 AM, updated April 27, 2017 at 11:58 AM

A 29-year-old Jersey City man was arrested Wednesday after authorities say he shot at a vehicle near Berry Lane Park, authorities said.

Adam Wideman, of Van Nostrand Avenue, was arrested and charged with three counts each of conspiracy and criminal attempted murder for shooting at the vehicle, which had three people inside at the time, Jersey City spokeswoman Jennifer Morrill said.

No one was seriously injured in the incident at Bramhall Avenue and Woodward Street, but the driver of the vehicle suffered a minor abrasion to his face caused by broken glass, Morrill said.

An officer working nearby heard the gunshots and was able to radio to police to stop a fleeing vehicle. Wideman's car was stopped at Bayview and Garfield avenues and he was taken into custody, Morrill said.

The investigation is ongoing, Morrill added.




typical brainless copy and paste journalism of jj.

conspiracy?

good luck proving in court.

Posted on: Today 8:48
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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earthling wrote:
there is a fire like once a week. duh.

You do know there are over 110,000 residential units in Jersey City?


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>What qualifies as a "slum" to you?
34 gray street

Right, so basically... You have no actual data to back up your claims.


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>>jj never did a follow up to their own stories.

>How much of a follow-up does there need to be on a fire?

i will settle on a single one. if i were an editor, there would have been an investigative report on 20 000+ of illegal dwellings in jc.

Right. Because it's not like local media budgets have taken a massive hit, so that they can follow your fantasy allegations.

Where is this 20k number coming from? That's nearly 20% of all units in JC.


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>That's a pretty serious allegation. What's that based on?

knowledge. just ask him: 201-547-5200

So basically, you're pulling it out of your ass.

Thanks for nothin'.


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

20k is conservative and outdated. since then we have more condos at expense of regular housing in the city.

as to jj journalism, john oliver nailed it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq2_wSsDwkQ

watch whole, that is jj after staten island investors took over. complete with terrence mcdonald's singing dogs twitter disclosures.

Posted on: Today 8:41
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Re: challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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jcneighbor wrote:
Seeing as how the challenge is coming from somebody who has 50 posts in the past 15 days since joining this forum and currently has 6 of the top 10 most-recent posts I'm gonna guess he'll ignore your verbosity along with the rest of us...


number of posts invalidates facts. gotcha.


Well if all 50 were written by a child banging on a keyboard it does.


unless some ask legitimate questions. quick: was an acute poison arsenic a cure for syphilis 80 years ago?

Posted on: Yesterday 21:08
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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JPhurst wrote:
The iron lung did not cure polio and was not used for that. It was used to treat the symptoms and allowed patients to breathe.

It is now almost completely outdated because of modern mechanical respirators.

Do you know why it also is outdated? Because of....THE POLIO VACCINE!


iron lung was invented to cure polio. period. another proof of mistake on part of mainstream medicine, along with arsenic cure. at least they were genuine, not like snake oil salesman.



You're not very bright, yeah?


bottom line is, you never prove risk. impossible. you only prove safety. you want pump into me the unknown? prove it is safe first.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:03
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Re: challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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jcneighbor wrote:
Seeing as how the challenge is coming from somebody who has 50 posts in the past 15 days since joining this forum and currently has 6 of the top 10 most-recent posts I'm gonna guess he'll ignore your verbosity along with the rest of us...


number of posts invalidates facts. gotcha.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:57
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Re: challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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JCman24 wrote:
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terrence, while you are not busy bashing president trump, or re-twitting singing dogs, count flying insects in any jc park.

we have cherry, oak, maple an other plants in full blossom, yet there are no insects to accompany at all. zilch.


Are you ok dude? You have a disconcerting obsession with a popular reporter. What are you doing?


according to you, kardashian sisters are more qualified then terrence mcdonald, then. apparently, they are.


Posted on: Yesterday 20:55
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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JPhurst wrote:
The iron lung did not cure polio and was not used for that. It was used to treat the symptoms and allowed patients to breathe.

It is now almost completely outdated because of modern mechanical respirators.

Do you know why it also is outdated? Because of....THE POLIO VACCINE!


iron lung was invented to cure polio. period. another proof of mistake on part of mainstream medicine, along with arsenic cure. at least they were genuine, not like snake oil salesman.


Posted on: Yesterday 19:38
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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JSleeze wrote:
He's also a disgruntled police or fireman who either thought he was going to get something from the new regime and didn't or was a Healy guy and paid the price for it.


weren't we all to get something from new regime? like curtailing zacche 500k sick pay?

Posted on: Yesterday 19:32
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Re: Jersey City expected to award $1.2M animal control pact to Liberty Humane
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fake news. there was another fulop tax abatement giveaway for wall street investors at the same time. by you not supposed to be informed by ms mota.

Posted on: Yesterday 19:28
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Re: $512K payout for top Jersey City cop renews call for reform
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Yvonne wrote:
I saw the video while Fulop might talk a good game about this payout being outrageous, he did nothing about it. The video did say towns have passed ordinances against this, so why didn't the mayor and city council do likewise?


fulop has his eyes set for drumthwacket, and even white house past that. he could care less about us.
issue was discussed at last city council meeting.

around 27:00 mark

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYDZV1eM3yU

Posted on: Yesterday 19:07
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Re: Jersey City man arrested with shotgun in the Heights: police
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mr conte is not a journalist. he is a go to jcpd pr person. just read his nonsense. how in the world cops overheard and how that meant he got a gun? narrative missing, because otherwise case will fall apart.

disclosure: i am for removal of illegal guns off the streets.

Posted on: Yesterday 18:48
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Re: WTC Oculus Escalator Buckles, Sending 2 Men to Hospital, Officials Say
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made in china.

also, negligent design. the way it should be, a section (thread/step) must not be able do dislodge. in old days, it was possible to collapse inward and person would fall right inside moving machinery.

Posted on: Yesterday 18:37
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Re: Why are there so many sketchy apartment ads on Craigslist?
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brewster wrote:
I was checking out the ads for info on pricing a 500 ft 1 bedroom, and so many of them seem "off". They're cheap, vague about location, and have few or no pictures. Are they bait and switch BS or what?

Rentometer.com says median for HP 1BR is $2000, but it seems high to me, even for a place larger than mine.


'cause majority on lower price end are fulop protected basement slums. illegal.

Posted on: Yesterday 18:31
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Re: Dixon Leasing Cheating JC out of Taxes with the help of Rebecca Sysmes
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ecoindie wrote:
I just looked up the Dixon Advisory on opensecrets.org under donors...

Money to SuperPAC/Outside Group DIXON ADVISORY
JERSEY CITY, NJ 07303 05-28-2016 $100,000.00 Coalition For Progress
Money to SuperPAC/Outside Group DIXON ADVISORY
JERSEY CITY, NJ 07303 08-27-2015 $200,000.00 Coalition For Progress


Coalition For Progress is Fulop Super Pac...


Dixon gave more to that PAC than anyone but the CarePoint guy

Fulop and super PAC -- how are they connected?



looks like you blew another newsworthy story, while busy twitting singing dogs.

Posted on: 4/24 17:40
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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The Iron Lung wasn't invented to treat polio. It was invented to help people who suffered paralysis from polio breathe.


iron lung was to cure polio. there was no understanding of polio cause at the time. it came from same mainstream medicine which used arsenic for syphilis at the same time.

Posted on: 4/24 17:32
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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Dolomiti wrote

>Which fires?

there is a fire like once a week. duh.


>What qualifies as a "slum" to you?

34 gray street


>>jj never did a follow up to their own stories.

>How much of a follow-up does there need to be on a fire?

i will settle on a single one. if i were an editor, there would have been an investigative report on 20 000+ of illegal dwellings in jc. hard to miss. unless journalists are busy twitting singing dogs while on job.


>>yes, fulop knows it. no, he not suppose to personally inspect >>every building. however, he personally ordered fire dept brass >>under previous chief NOT to investigate reported slums.

>That's a pretty serious allegation. What's that based on?

knowledge. just ask him: 201-547-5200

Posted on: 4/24 17:21
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challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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terrence, while you are not busy bashing president trump, or re-twitting singing dogs, count flying insects in any jc park.

we have cherry, oak, maple an other plants in full blossom, yet there are no insects to accompany at all. zilch.

Posted on: 4/24 17:03
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e.html#incart_2box_hudson

34 gray st is a single family according to city's own records

http://taxes.cityofjerseycity.com/ViewPay?accountNumber=321562

we have at least 14 people cramped on 4 floors, including basement death trap.

owner, one aida viray bergonio lives just two blocks over on summit.

why policemen and firefighters have to risk their lives while greedy aida converts single family to slum, and scoops the profits?

why jersey journal self censors and never follows up to investigate such racket?

why fulop turn the blind eye?


you must be new to Jersey City to throw this all on Fulop while it's been going on for years under multiple administrations.


unlike healy, fulop has list of slums by address.

Posted on: 4/24 16:54
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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why policemen and firefighters have to risk their lives while greedy aida converts single family to slum, and scoops the profits?

Because... he's greedy? Not sure what more there is to say.


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why jersey journal self censors and never follows up to investigate such racket?

Huh?


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why fulop turn the blind eye?

Wha?

Is the Mayor supposed to personally inspect every building in JC, to make sure it's up to code?


in the past 12 months, perhaps only 2-3 single family houses affected by fires were actually single family. the rest were slums.
jj never did a follow up to their own stories.

yes, fulop knows it. no, he not suppose to personally inspect every building. however, he personally ordered fire dept brass under previous chief NOT to investigate reported slums.

Posted on: 4/24 16:51
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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bill wrote:
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the point rather should be how mistaken mainstream medicine can be. my favorite is wsj article

"the radium water worked fine until his jaw fell off"

https://www.scribd.com/document/188172 ... ne-Until-His-Jaw-Fell-Off

and lets not forget iron lungs bs machine for polio
https://books.google.com/books?id=qOID ... PA975#v=onepage&q&f=false


You are equating snake oil pitches as being medicine adopted by the whole community.

Also, why are iron lungs BS?


community relies on professionals. that is why we license them.
time and again mainstream medicine did blunder after blunder. in fact, if you questioned, you would be condemned as witch, quack, or whatever name they currently use. from pricking women in the middle ages to using arsenic to treat syphilis just mere 80 years ago.

iron lung was invented specifically to treat polio. you would lose you medical license if you questioned it.

Posted on: 4/24 16:31
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Re: Jersey City Shooting Under Investigation (Journal Square)
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This must of been at the Ramada on Tonnelle between Pavonia and Magnolia.



Men set up for robbery at Jersey City motel?

By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal
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on April 23, 2017 at 4:25 PM

JERSEY CITY - Were two men set up for an armed robbery at a Jersey City motel on Tonnelle Avenue early Friday?

The victims told police they invited a woman to their room and after she stepped out to get ice, she returned with another woman and a man, Jersey City spokeswoman Jennifer Morrill said today.

When the man with the two women flashed a gun, the victims ran out of the motel room, Morrill said, adding that they said they heard a gunshot as they fled.

Responding Jersey City police officers said they found a bullet hole in a wall in the room. The robbers got away with two cell phones, two debit cards and an identification card. There were no injuries, Morrill said.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Jersey City police tip line at (201) 547 - JAIL.


copy and paste journalism, second only to terrence mcdonald.
what happened to these shiny brand new cameras mr shea just installed on tonnelle, mr conte? clearly, you never verified your source.

Posted on: 4/24 16:12
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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Yvonne wrote:
This could have been avoided, when the lite rail route was being planned

There is absolutely no way to design a usable mass transit facility with zero chance of accidents. It cannot be done.



correct. you can however design a relatively safe system. this light rail was designed with criminal gross negligence.

just look at johnston ave grade crossing at lsp. you have north side sidewalk leading right onto tracks, while obstructed by embankment. can you picture kid running right in front of train? bicycle? on top of that there is low overpass with power lines under it. only sign suppose to prevent truck hitting it.

nj transit solution to safety was naming all victims trespassers.
in this case tracks were opened to everybody, so no trespass can exist.


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another fulop protected slum burns down
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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e.html#incart_2box_hudson

34 gray st is a single family according to city's own records

http://taxes.cityofjerseycity.com/ViewPay?accountNumber=321562

we have at least 14 people cramped on 4 floors, including basement death trap.

owner, one aida viray bergonio lives just two blocks over on summit.

why policemen and firefighters have to risk their lives while greedy aida converts single family to slum, and scoops the profits?

why jersey journal self censors and never follows up to investigate such racket?

why fulop turn the blind eye?

Posted on: 4/24 15:25
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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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Bread wrote:
I, too, have had nothing but positive responses from Candice and from Lauren, her aide, to whatever issues I've need help in resolving ... issues by the way for Ward F, a ward that is not even her responsibility.

It is obvious that "earthling" is a total misogynist and his/her postings should be disregarded.


what exactly did kandi do to protect the middle class, or poor blacks, while rubber stamping 70 tax giveaways at their expense?

Posted on: 4/24 15:14
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