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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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379 Communipaw is 25 x 100 which is about 4 times smaller than .25 acres

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How can the land be estimated at $20 when developers brought land one minute by car according to the google map for $35 million? That land is 7 1/2 acres.

It's not 1 minute by car. It's more like 10 minutes.

Unless they build a vehicular bridge over the Morris Canal, there is no direct route between the LSC lot and downtown.

We see this differential in lots for sale. E.g. there's a lot at 379 Communipaw, .25 acres for $200k. Another lot is at 423 Grand is .33 acres and... $4 million.

And those two lots are only a 3 minute drive apart.

Is it news to you that in real estate, location is critical?

Posted on: 3/20 21:52
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Re: Recess at schools
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In JC the length of a recess is inversely proportional to the graduation rate. I live 2 blocks away from Ferris HS.


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I moved next to Cordero School. I'm not sure how long their recess it, but it seems to just be a bunch of kids running around on the sidewalk. They have a couple of balls to play with, but no playground or anything. Honestly, I don't think they're necessary. My elementary school didn't get a playground until I was 10 and our creative minds took over. As long they can run around and play, socialize, get their energy out it works. It's not gym class. I wish kids got more time to play now a days. That's how they learn how the world works. It makes it easier to focus on their lessons when they are in class.

Posted on: 3/13 15:58
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Re: Controversy swirls around Jersey City synagogue
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As always Earl is more preoccupied with zoning law than criminal .

Posted on: 3/2 16:44
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Re: The Disaster that is Jersey City Recreation
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What is the total number of city employees?


Sheesh, it's an xls spreadsheet and it even shows the count in the left hand column. The answer is 3,336.



That means for every 10 Jersey City resident's we have a municipal employee. Wonder how it compares to other cities.

Posted on: 2/2 20:14
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Re: Jersey City student shot a block from school, official says (PS #15)
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Just like they posted gun owners addresses, I would like to know his detailed information.

Posted on: 2/1 11:45
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Re: Public info session tonight on Turnpike Extension 14C project(1/31/17)
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Posted on: 2/1 11:26
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Re: Best countertop material for re-sale value?
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I did quartz (Silestone) 14 sq.ft with a nice bevel = $2700 installed from HomeDepot.

Posted on: 2016/4/7 13:16
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Re: Is an attorney necessary for refinancing a mortgage?
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No.

Posted on: 2016/4/7 13:07
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Re: Candice Osbourne, Ward E Councilwoman elect starts a survey to track flooding
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Bright St and Center St same sewage problems. On Jan 9 we had a lake of raw sewage which closed exit from the turnpike. I already gave up on the city.

Posted on: 2016/2/9 15:24
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Re: regarding commercial property as a neighbor
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This is the most absurd thread ever. Why would it be illegal? You yourself admitted it was zoned as residential/commercial. Also the CO happens after you do all your work and get your inspections.

jc_dweller is correct below. Other than a sign permit or something, you're just going to have to live with being next to a bodega. Which as others have said, is actually a pretty nice thing.
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short of possibly having a sign that does not meet size limits (which i really can't say either way not knowing what it actually looks like), nothing is wrong here.


I wish you eat plastic.

Posted on: 2015/11/1 14:31
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Re: regarding commercial property as a neighbor
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I own a property situated right between McDonalds and Ferris High school. Every school day I live through an act of ecoterrorism. On average I throw 50 gal worth of their garbage twice a week(corner property 150' sidewalk). Sometimes I wonder if I should apply for a federal grant to cover the cost of the garbage bags.

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All this is very troubling to me for reasons of cleanliness, more traffic, unsightliness and devaluation of property.

Posted on: 2015/10/29 22:25
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Re: A & P Supermarkets File For Bankruptcy Protection
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Good riddance. Any change would be an upgrade.

Posted on: 2015/10/26 9:46
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Re: Seeking a carpenter or someone who could build a small stair
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Googling got me Terrence R Maloney but no contact information. Can you share please?

Posted on: 2015/10/20 9:43
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Seeking a carpenter or someone who could build a small stair
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I need help to design and build a new small indoor stair (36" wide x 36" high).

I was wondering if someone can refer me an experienced carpenter or a stair specialist?

Thanks,

Posted on: 2015/10/17 23:03
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Re: Seeking a reliable Landlord/Tenant Lawyer
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The case can be brought up again(happened to me on eviction case last year). If it happens don't panic, just come and layout the facts. The justice usually prevails :)

Posted on: 2015/10/17 22:54
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Re: Proposed Recommendations to Downtown Parking
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Marvelous. Our councilwoman is on the eternal crusade against motorists.

Posted on: 2015/10/1 22:13
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Re: JC mayor purchases house in the Heights (PHOTOS)
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He used to drive Audi A6 when he lived here on Essex St.

Posted on: 2015/6/17 7:54
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Re: No affordable homes in jersey city... Mercer loop anyone?
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Last year I bought a property on Center St following exact same logic. Even though it's on the sunny side of 78, everything about Mercer Loop would apply.

The area is changing rapidly. Mostly populated by lower–mid class home owners (very few renters). In one year time, I don't recall any muggings, home invasions, or any other criminal incidents. There is not much foot traffic, but it is counter–balanced with plentiful car traffic. We have formidable policy presense because of proximity to the high school and the turnpike.

What you should be really concerned is the flood possibility and the trash from McDonald. Good luck.

Posted on: 2015/3/25 23:47
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Re: Any leads on garages for rent?
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I have 2500 sq.ft garage in downtown. PM me if interested.

Posted on: 2015/3/25 23:31
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Re: Architect / Structural Engineer Urgently Needed
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jc123

You rock!

Posted on: 2015/3/12 12:41
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Architect / Structural Engineer Urgently Needed
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Trying to urgently take care of a building violation re: unsafe facade. Can someone please recommend an Architect / Structural Engineer, preferably local to Jersey City and familiar with our Dept. of Buildings requirements.

Posted on: 2015/3/10 16:00
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Re: Amendment to an ordinance
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I think this measure intended to drive small homeowner people out their precious land. What a shameful proposition it is.

Posted on: 2015/1/19 22:17
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Re: Don't Put Up with NO/LOW Heat from JC Landlords/Employers
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69 during the day, and 65 at night.

Posted on: 2015/1/11 19:37
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Re: For those in flood prone areas. Storm surge
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The worst has happened at high tide 11pm. The sewer was overwhelmed and the water started coming from underneath through rain collectors. The deepest was at Center & Brooks Street. I had to cross this intersection and it was less than comfortable 12-14" for my Altima. It seemed a lot worse at the exit ramp from NJTP. Cars exit the turnpike at high speed. There was gray Corolla which aquaplaned into a divider (the driver didn't get hurt). Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Posted on: 2014/12/11 0:20
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Re: For those in flood prone areas. Storm surge
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It was a bit scary between 10am and Noon. We had a little lake at Center & Bright St. 14" inches of water in the basement :(

Posted on: 2014/12/9 20:50
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Re: residential boiler servicing needed
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Royal Heating guy visited me on Monday. Offered to replace my low water cutoff for $425. I paid them $109 for diagnostics and replaced it myself. Do we know anybody else?

Posted on: 2014/11/21 21:08
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Re: Teachers storm out of school board meeting
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Greco is being paid by JCBOE? Is it possible to go lower than that? They should hire his hair stylist too. It's important in our school system revival.

Posted on: 2014/10/18 8:22
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Re: Muhammed Akil, All white people have a little Hilter in them
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Considering Steve's gubernatorial aspirations, please buckle up. We are for a bumpy ride here.

Posted on: 2014/10/8 6:32
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Re: Sidewalk Repair / Replacement
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I need one for the exact same reason. Anyone?

Posted on: 2014/8/21 19:48
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Re: Is Cornelia F. Bradford No16 public school? zones?
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sorry to clarify - starting from kindergarten until 5th grade (highest grade in this school from my understanding), you are guaranteed a spot if you live within the zone.

only pre-k, it is lotto based?

thanks


Yes, in theory. Reality is that PS 16 runs at its capacity. Today there are classes of 32-35 pupils per teacher. They might have to create overflow classes in other schools to keep up with demand.

Posted on: 2014/8/6 12:59
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