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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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"Solomon’s victory may be attributed to growing concerns about the impact of a citywide reevaluation of property as well the rapidly rising rents in the downtown and waterfront portions of Ward E.

Behind the scenes, those opposed to Fulop and Symes raised questions about Symes’ association with big landlords and local developers. These attacks appeared to have some effect on Symes. In the waning days of the campaign she lashed out at her opponents for their “unfair” portrayal of her as a front for real estate interests.

Going into the runoff, Symes was seen as a frontrunner since she had led a field of six candidates, and received 2,593 votes to Solomon’s 2,077 on Nov 7.

Although unsuccessful Ward E candidate Nicholas Grillo gathered 916 votes on Nov. 7 and later endorsed Symes, his voters appeared to have turned to Solomon instead."

Read more: Hudson Reporter - Council runoffs gives Fulop an edge but opponents remain Mayor pledges to finish projects his administration started

http://hudsonreporter.com/view/full_s ... tance=home_Most_commented

Posted on: 12/14 16:57
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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Put those peppers back.
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Posted on: 12/6 21:58
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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Quote:

JPhurst wrote:
Unfortunately it looks like misogyny and smears carried the day in Ward E.


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Posted on: 12/6 16:11
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Re: Beware of Symes Volunteers Infiltrating Your Building
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This, all the way. Symes just seems too aligned with Fulop's contacts and resources to be as independent as I'd like.


Which is why the mayor never endorsed her.

Which is why he gave no money to her.

Which is why he did not deploy any campaign people on her behalf.

Which is why committee people, elected on the HCDO line, are allowed to campaign for whatever candidate they want.

Which is why Solomon is working with the support of Michael Yun, who seeks not an "independent" council but an opposition bloc.

Anonymous posts or unsourced assertions are not the basis for saying that Symes "seems" connected to the Mayor. She is not except in the sense that she can work more cooperatively rather than act as a "White Knight" who knows better than everyone else.


Between Symes and Solomon it is obvious who the mayor would prefer to be on the council. But the mayor knows that it would be unseemly to endorse the former General Counsel for a major real estate investment firm.

Let me make this clear -
General Counsel of real estate investment firm -> Jersey City Council – is inappropriate and egregious from an ethical standpoint.

There are good reasons to vote for either candidate, but completely ignoring the ethical dilemma is troubling. Ms. Symes may do an excellent job on the council – time will tell. But either way, this will set a dangerous precedent.


Completely ignoring? She resigned from her position and is going without a job to avoid conflicts of interest.

If something pertaining to Dixon came before council she should recuse herself. But Dixon generally does not have matters that go before the council. It is not a developer and has not applied for tax abatements or sought approval of redevelopment plans. Most of what Dixon has to do with government is getting permits, approvals to do work in historic districts, and the like. That does not go before council.


Completely ignoring that at Dixon she employed two people from her old job with Senator Gillibrand.

Under Symes, Dixon successfully reduced their property tax burden leaving regular homeowners to pick up the tab.

Posted on: 12/5 13:31
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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Symes will favor developers over residents and you’ll be paying what they don’t pay in property tax.

Posted on: 12/5 8:37
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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Solomon spent 13,000 on mailing.
Symes spent 40,000.

Go look for yourselves.

Posted on: 12/3 17:19
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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How much does it cost Symes to have DPW workers bus seniors to file absentee votes?
Please note this DPW worker is former Mayor and convicted felon Gerry McCann.
Solomon could lend himself all the money in the world and still not afford what Symes has been given.

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Posted on: 12/3 2:32
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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The Symes support certainly seems to have a lunatic fringe.

Win or lose, Dixon Advisory are going to pay for interfering in our local democracy.


Posted on: 12/1 6:41
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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But, yes, I urge to you watch the dark money funded video and ask yourself where they got the footage of Rebecca from.

Posted on: 12/1 0:31
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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Watch this video again, Dan Levin. That's not Rebecca's voice, that's what we call "a voice-over." Video can be repurposed from anywhere, the technology is super-amazing. For example, Trump did not send the Access Hollywood tape to any PAC to use in ads. They figured out how to do that on their own.


When you're reading this you have to remember that this guy used his phone to record a video playing on the internet and then uploaded it to the internet.

¯\_(?)_/¯

Posted on: 12/1 0:30
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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I mean this is clearly broadcast quality footage and, as Jim Behrle appears to point out, they used two different sources. Both her own soft focus ad and the chicpea shoot with the white wall.

This means they MUST have got it from Symes.

Busted.

Posted on: 12/1 0:27
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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If the dark money PAC did not collude with Rebecca Symes, how did they get all the footage of her?

Posted on: 11/30 23:54
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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From Solomon's twitter.

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Posted on: 2017/11/29 18:25
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Re: Symes / Solomon runoff
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To tell you the truth I'm a little worried about Phil "No-Sale" Rivo's mental health.
Look at these posts, he's melting down.

Posted on: 2017/11/29 18:20
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Labor-connected group spends big in Jersey City council race
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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _in_jersey_city_coun.html

“JERSEY CITY -- In the final week of campaigning in the Dec. 5 Downtown council race, a group with ties to a politically powerful labor union is starting to spend big money in support of Rebecca Symes.

Stronger Foundations Inc., which has spent hundreds of thousands this year to back pols like Sen. President Stephen Sweeney and Hoboken Mayor-elect Ravi Bhalla, paid for a 30-second spot on behalf of Symes that started circulating on Facebook this week and will also air on television.

The spot calls Symes "an attorney and a strong woman who will stand up to the Trump agenda."

While not unprecedented for an independent group to attempt to influence a local race -- one spent more than $250,000 to support Mayor Steve Fulop in 2013 -- this is the only one that has spent money in this year's municipal contest.


Stronger Foundations is not required to list its donors.

Symes, 36, came in first place out of five Ward E council hopefuls on Election Day, but landed in a runoff because she failed to win more than 50 percent of the vote. Her opponent is the second-place finisher, James Solomon, 33, who teaches about politics and government at two local colleges.

The Ward E race has been an expensive one. The two candidates' most recent filings show Symes raised about $92,000 and spent $58,000 on the first round of campaigning, while Solomon raised $125,000 and spent $116,000. Solomon's fundraising haul includes a personal $25,000 loan.

Solomon has made reform of the city's real-estate development process a central promise of his campaign, and he has highlighted Symes' prior work as general counsel for real-estate investment firm Dixon Advisory to cast her as the candidate who would be beholden to big-money donors tied to that industry.


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Stronger Foundations' ad, he told The Jersey Journal today, shows "one candidate is independent of outside special interests and the other candidate is not."

Symes' campaign has expressed irritation at Solomon for attempting to draw this contrast, noting that his campaign finance reports show maxed-out contributions from wealthy, out-of-town donors. Speaking by phone to The Jersey Journal today, Symes responded to Solomon's criticism of the Stronger Foundations ad by repeating her campaign pledge to pursue publicly financed local elections in Jersey City.

"It's not a surprise that someone who has an extra $25,000 and a national network of donors doesn't care about locally funded elections," she said. "He doesn't need them."

Stronger Foundations is an independent expenditure group, and is permitted by state law to raise unlimited sums and spend money on behalf of candidates. It is not allowed to coordinate with Symes' campaign.

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It has reported spending hundreds of thousands of dollars this election cycle, largely in legislative races, on behalf of Democrats and Republicans. On its campaign finance reports it says it spent $50,520 to support Bhalla, who won a six-way race on Nov. 7 to become Hoboken's new mayor.

The group, which has a Rahway P.O. box, says its money comes entirely from the labor management fund of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825. Its registered agent is Christopher Lalevee, whose brother Greg is that union's business manager. Greg Lalevee was named to Gov.-elect Phil Murphy's transition team as a co-chair of the labor and workforce development committee.

IUOE Local 825 represents nearly 7,000 operating engineers throughout New Jersey and New York. Its members work on transportation infrastructure.

"Stronger Foundations, Inc. is an independent organization that was created to inform voters and the public about the importance of infrastructure and economic development investments throughout New Jersey, as well as provide information regarding the positions of legislators and other elected officials on these very same issues," Stronger Foundations spokesman Michael Makarski said. "Because it is an independent organization, it does not coordinate its efforts with candidates or their campaigns."

Makarski also works for public relations firm MWW. Stronger Foundations has reported paying only two companies, MWW and pollster McLaughlin and Associates.

Makarski previously worked for Vision Media, a politically connected Hudson County public relations company that is working for Symes' campaign.

Symes and Solomon, both Democrats, are vying to succeed Councilwoman Candice Osborne, who did not seek a second term on the nine-member council (Osborne has endorsed Symes). The Ward E race is one of four runoffs facing Jersey City voters next week.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 pm”

Posted on: 2017/11/28 14:01
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Quote:

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EC, with respect to my role in the campaign, I have publicly supported Rebecca. I'm not in the inner circle, though I've attended canvassing trainings, strategy meetings, and GOTV rallies.

I will say that I've never seen Bertoli at any of these. I'm not saying he has not offered his help in some way. Maybe he has some Svengali-like behind the scenes role but it's really not how that campaign is being run. The people doing the heavy lifting on the campaign like Alex and Anne, are all public about their roles.


You are part of the machine -

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

"In Jersey City, we've grown used to living in a one-party state.

While Jersey City sent at least five busloads of protesters to the Women's March in January to speak out against President Donald Trump's autocratic tendencies, we laugh off our own one-party machine rule as "just the way things are."

We need to see that Jersey City's rule-by-machine has real consequences, sometimes frustrating, sometimes tragic.

We see it at the voting booth. Living in a democracy should mean voters have real choices. Yet during elections, there are often no choices on our local ballot. In November, for instance, residents of the Heights and Downtown had only one choice for Freeholder. How accountable will the "winner" of that election be, knowing he won without opposition -- and may do the same at the next election?

It's easy to see why the machine candidates are often unopposed. Candidates who run against them have a mountain to climb, since the machine puts a staggering effort into winning elections. For example, one reason why Mayor Steven Fulop's administration expanded city office's Election Day closings was to free up more city workers to pass out campaign literaturte for machine candidates outside the polls. Next election, ask the campaign volunteers you see what their day jobs are.

City workers at the highest levels are enmeshed in local politics. A few years back, I received a mass email from the personal account of the director of the city's health department, asking if I'd run as district committee person and saying she was coordinating the efforts to find Democratic committee people in each district. I was not surprised to hear from an insider that the same department head was outside the door of a candidate meet-and-greet, taking attendance of city workers.

Living in a machine-run city means working with a city government that rewards the machine's friends and allies with public jobs and extraordinary access.

In recent testimony as part of an employee lawsuit, the deputy director of the city's Housing, Economic Development and Commerce Department says the department's director runs "everything" by political operative Tom Bertoli -- who has a side business as a building permit expeditor.

If you think that's funny or cute, try getting a building permit without either an "in" or Bertoli's help. See how long it takes.

Government in machine-controlled cities isn't responsive; when winning elections and rewarding friends are top priorities, serving constituents falls by the wayside.

In Jersey City, we saw this with landlord Trendy Management. Trendy was hit with 1,400 violations in March -- but only after the grassroots group New Jersey Together mobilized hundreds of people to attend an event where it aired a slideshow of mold and missing drywall at apartments managed by the company. Nevertheless, in October, the Jersey Journal reported that six people were taken to intensive care after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning due to a faulty boiler and missing carbon monoxide detectors at a Trendy Management building.

A city government with different priorities, with Housing Department leadership focused on serving constituents rather than political friends, might have done a better job at the basic blocking and tackling of boiler inspection and code enforcement. But when a city's political class's primary focus is winning elections, basic city functions fall by the wayside.

Sadly, the city council also serves as an arm of the machine, rarely, if ever, breaking ranks with the administration, or providing the most basic oversight. The council has approved a series of measures over the last four years that would have benefited from a skeptical outsider's eye.

Those decisions include approving legal expenses for lawsuits around the revaluation contract; suits that resulted in two court losses for the city, a refusal by the state Supreme Court to hear the city's appeal, and more than $1.4 million in payments from the city to the appraisal company it sued.

Another decision, to sign a 20-year lease obligating the city to pay $80,250 beginning in October for a city hall annex in Ward F, might also have benefited from the scrutiny of an independent council. While the city has begun paying rent, the building is nowhere near completion. A Jersey Journal report last month said, "A peek inside the windows of the structure provides some clue as to what needs to be done: A lot."

A key part of any democracy is checks and balances. And an important check in Jersey City should be the city council.

Happily, on Dec. 5, we have the opportunity to elect a city council with an independent majority during special run off elections for four council seats in Wards A, C, B and E.

I urge voters in those wards to consider not just the merits of the candidates on their ballots, but the implications their votes could have for the whole city. If the four challengers win, they, along with Councilman Michael Yun, might comprise an independent majority on our council for the first time in recent memory.

An independent council could provide a sorely needed voice in our machine-run city, bringing a modicum of oversight. That's why I'm supporting these four independents:

Joe Conte in Ward A
Chris Gadsden in Ward B
Rich Boggiano in Ward C
and James Solomon in Ward E

Each of the four races is different, matching candidates who are, for the most part, both qualified. I know Chris Gadsden and James Solomon well and I have the utmost faith in them. I've observed the meticulous level of preparation and intellect Gadsden has brought to his work as the sitting Ward B councilman. I've worked alongside Solomon for fair school funding from abated developers and know him to have a diligent, independent and fair-minded approach to policy. While I know Joe Conte and Rich Boggiano mostly by reputation, I still urge votes for them in hopes of bringing much needed independence and oversight to our city council.

Jersey City has been run by a political machine for decades. An independent council won't change that. But it could be part of a desperately needed process to creating more transparent, responsive and responsible government for our city.

Ellen Simon is a Jersey City resident and a former member of the Board of Education. The opinions expressed here are her own."

Posted on: 2017/11/28 7:03
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Any lonely Symes fans know why Rebecca was filing campaign contributions from a West Village address two weeks after she moved to Jersey City?

http://classic.fec.gov/finance/disclosure/norindsea.shtml

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Posted on: 2017/11/28 6:46
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Quote:

StevieSizemore wrote:
Thanks for the fresh dump of opposition research...


The only fresh dump here is the one Tom Bertoli does in his high-waisted pants every time I post accurate, informed and well-sourced revelations regarding Rebecca's ties to big money.

An undecided voter can go back through this thread and see that I have provided sources to back-up my claims, you can follow links and judge the truthfulness and validity of my words.

The Symes/Dixon camp's only defense appears to be innuendo, smear and pretending they have already won.

There's no money or glory involved here for me, just heartfelt hope for a better city, one not cynically exploited for profit by men in yachts anchored in the Hudson, beancounters in Australia or a once-powerful political troll in a nondescript McMansion in Matawan.










Posted on: 2017/11/27 6:52
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Ok guys, let's take another look at that job posting I mentioned earlier.

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JCvoter wrote:
In an archived job posting from June 2015 Dixon Advisory sought a Legal and Government Affairs Analyst to "report to the Head of Legal & Government Relations" which was of course Rebecca Symes.

https://web.archive.org/web/2015062104 ... rnment-relations-analyst/

Some highlights -

"Research and write briefing materials on elected officials, government agencies, community groups, and other stakeholders in areas where the Company has invested"

"Track the location of the Company’s properties within electoral districts, neighbourhood association boundaries, and special zoning or redevelopment areas"

"Attend frequent community meetings (typically 2 evenings per week) and report to senior management regarding relevant or otherwise important topics"

"Strong interest in New Jersey politics, particularly Hudson County, NJ"


This position was held by two different people from June 2015 up until Rebecca announced she was running for council. The position was advertised a second time in 2016.

https://www.dixonadvisoryusa.com/recru ... rnment-relations-analyst/

From the 2015 listing.

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From the 2016 listing.

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This is where the money came from to sponsor every community event, charitable cause and neighborhood association in Downtown Jersey City.

This money was under Rebecca's control.

Anyone still doubting the political overtones of this operation needs to look at the resumes of the pair that assisted her.

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/dorothy-weldon-a92244102/

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/al726/

There was no separation of Rebecca's political and business life when she worked at Dixon.
It would be foolish to expect it should she become councilwoman, especially after Dixon spent all that money.













Posted on: 2017/11/25 18:24
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Symes says she wants to "Keep money out of politics".

Let's take a closer look at the 2015 school board campaign she ran one month after she moved to Jersey City.

Here we can see that Rebecca was the Chairperson for the Reichart-Gangadin-Roman "Education Matters" slate and that the campaign was run from her home, a Dixon property.

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Ballotpedia succinctly informs us how much the campaign raised and spent.


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https://ballotpedia.org/John_Reichart


However $6000 of that came in the form of loans from the candidates which leaves $14,649 in actual donations.

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The first two donations were $500 from Rebecca Symes and $1000 from Paul Silverman.
I must stress here that, once again, the Silvermans appear to be the good guys in all this. Reichart was, and still is their guy, considering that, $1000 was a modest donation.
Nevertheless I'm going to include it in the total that developers gave.

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Next up is Rob Caulfield of Fields Development in Hoboken who gave $2,500.

http://www.fieldsdevelopment.com/portfolio

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Can you guess who's next?
I think you can.

It's Rebecca's employer and landlord Dixon Advisory with a mindblowing $7,800 donation.

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Dixon was responsible for over half of the money raised by a campaign managed by a Dixon employee working from a discounted Dixon property.

Overall the campaign received $11,800 directly from developers which accounts for over 80% of donations.

The kicker here is that the campaign spent less than $4000, half of what Dixon gave.

They didn't even need the money.



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All campaign records for any candidate can be viewed here -
http://www.elec.state.nj.us/ELECReport/SearchEntityByLocation.aspx

Posted on: 2017/11/22 14:41
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Quote:

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Symes was their general counsel not a governement affairs analyst.


100% wrong. She was Head of Legal and Government Relations.
As listed on her own FEC filings.

http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/fecimg/?201604159012560013

As such she spearheaded Dixon Advisory’s attempts to reduce their property tax bill.
As we know there is a reval around the corner and Dixon Advisory owns hundreds of properties that have all seen “gorgeous” renovations. Dixon are looking at a collective tax increase in the millions and will do anything they can to reduce this, thus maximizing profits for themselves and their Australian shareholders while actual residents will be forced to pay more.

Posted on: 2017/11/21 14:09
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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I do think that there is an element of sexism in SOME of the comments related to Rebecca.


Perhaps you could point to some examples.

Posted on: 2017/11/21 13:47
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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In an archived job posting from June 2015 Dixon Advisory sought a Legal and Government Affairs Analyst to "report to the Head of Legal & Government Relations" which was of course Rebecca Symes.

https://web.archive.org/web/2015062104 ... rnment-relations-analyst/

Some highlights -

"Research and write briefing materials on elected officials, government agencies, community groups, and other stakeholders in areas where the Company has invested"

"Track the location of the Company’s properties within electoral districts, neighbourhood association boundaries, and special zoning or redevelopment areas"

"Attend frequent community meetings (typically 2 evenings per week) and report to senior management regarding relevant or otherwise important topics"

"Strong interest in New Jersey politics, particularly Hudson County, NJ"

This is a smoking gun regarding Dixon Advisory actively seeking political influence.
Dixon Advisory paid somebody to investigate elected and other local officials, they paid people to attend Neighborhood Association and other community meetings and they sought employees with political aspirations in Hudson County.

Posted on: 2017/11/21 10:02
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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r_pinkowitz wrote:
Let's give a big JC welcome back to mrrogers...Hi, Tom (Tommy) Bertoli. Since you don't live in Jersey City and posting about a Ward E election race, should we assume they hired you to work the Dec. 5th runoff?


Look at the first post in this thread and ask yourself this question -
Who cannot spell Kushner and knows what a push poll is?
The same person who cannot spell Solomon and knows what opo research is.

I had to google both terms.


Quote:

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Anyone else notice JCvoter always shows these things like homeowner records almost as if he had done his research.
On another thread he had a long post complete with links to long ago articles.


You mean like this?

"Seen as a mastermind of street campaigning, Bertoli is known to have a hatful of tricks that he has used in campaigns dating back to when he dared to take on Mayor Nicholas Sacco in North Bergen in the early 1990s. Bertoli is known for digging up old facts and using them for best results."

http://hudsonreporter.com/view/full_s ... ns_lead_story_left_column

Or this?

"Political consultant Tom Bertoli, a senior advisor to Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop testified in a deposition last January. He described Plaintiff Lane Bajardi as a senior advisor like himself, and conversations with Beth Mason and Mr. Bajardi about suing bloggers during her spring 2009 mayoral race. No Defendants had websites but Hoboken “bloggers” in general were considered a problem and Bertoli outlined the discussions to file “frivolous lawsuits” and draining defendants who were getting in Mason’s way for higher office"

https://www.scribd.com/document/291340 ... ior-Court-August-4th-2014

Or this?

"According to a January 9, 2014 deposition in the Bajardi v Pincus civil litigation, decades long Hudson County political operative Tom Bertoli describes how the use of "frivolous lawsuits" was broached against the escalating impact of Hoboken residents commenting online, re: bloggers."

http://www.hobokenhorse.com/2015/03/b ... mer-senior-political.html

The fact that someone of Tom Bertoli's stature took the time to try and discredit what I am saying only adds weight to my words.

Watch this space.





Posted on: 2017/11/21 9:17
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Re: Rich Boggiano JSQ/Ward C City Council
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"Shitposting is the act of posting large amounts of content of "aggressively, ironically, and trollishly poor quality" to an online forum or social network, in some cases intended to derail discussions or otherwise make the site unusable to its regular visitors."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shitposting

Posted on: 2017/11/14 8:36
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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Hmmm.

A homage to Hoboken?

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Credit the source.

Link

Posted on: 2017/11/13 9:31
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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Homewrecker Symes certainly seems to think she lives in Hoboken.

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Posted on: 2017/11/13 1:52
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Re: Michael Billy Video warns of Rebecca Symes/Developer connections.
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Quote:

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From the video:

"Coastal points buys brownstones, renovates them, and sells them for a higher price.

Actually, they are a general contractor that does business in NY and NJ. I am not familiar with their portfolio of properties, but for the most part they are working for other people looking to fix their homes. Maybe they have some properties of their own, but they advertise themselves as contractors.


What you fail to mention is that the majority of Coastal Point Construction's work is for Dixon.
You should know this because Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy recognized Coastal Points for its work on Dixon Property 237b Montgomery St.

https://jerseydigs.com/jersey-city-lan ... ervation-awards-ceremony/

Please note -

"This event was made possible by the generous support of our sponsors.

PLATINUM LEVEL SPONSOR
Dixon Advisors"

This would be the carriage house of 237 Montgomery St, the property where Dixon attempted to avoid a $17000 tax increase.

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


Posted on: 2017/11/8 6:37
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Re: Michael Billy Video warns of Rebecca Symes/Developer connections.
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This is the opinion of a candidate who dropped out of the race.

Posted on: 2017/11/6 18:51
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Re: Ward E for Sale - How Dixon $$$ bought Symes a candidacy.
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Quote:

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quid pro quo-



Ok, so now you are going so far as to outright accuse people of illegal conduct? Because that's what quid pro quo is.


Yes.

Posted on: 2017/11/6 11:51
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