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Re: coworking space/shared workspace in JC, are you interested?
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I saw this posted:
https://jerseydigs.com/silverman-plans ... -erie-street-jersey-city/

Although, it says office space, I heard a rumor that it might be co-working space.

Posted on: 7/26 10:04
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Re: Mem Property Management
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Posted on: 2013/7/30 7:53
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Re: Mem Property Management
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Does anyone else think it strange that someone would join and post a positive review to a thread that has been inactive since 2008?
OK I'll bite, what condo association do you represent JohnD and why did you wait so long to post a positive review?

Posted on: 2013/7/29 16:15
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Re: Cable and internet options
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Ha s anyone noticed that for the past few days, Comcast Channel 53 gives you free Cinemax movies instead of WLIW?

Posted on: 2012/11/25 7:45
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Re: ABC news questions, is JC Police doing their jobs? Jersey City man charged with pushing ex-girlfr
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Shocked by a recent case of domestic violence in which a mother and her 3-month-old baby boy fell from a third-floor window, two Hudson County politicians are holding a meeting tonight to try to teach young women to make better choices when it comes to relationships.

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham and Jersey City Councilwoman at large Viola Richardson are hosting the forum “What does love have to do with it?” at the Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center, starting at 5:30 p.m.

“When you’re young, you don’t always know the difference between love, possession and obsession,” Cunningham said yesterday. “We want to give young women the opportunity to learn the difference between the three.”

The forum is free to the public.
The speakers will be Marcella Angatia of Women Rising; Michelle West, an educator and author; Gloria Boseman, a professor of nursing at New Jersey City University; and Antoinette Ellis Williams, a Women’s and Gender Studies professor at NJCU.
Today’s program is at the center, located at 140 Martin Luther King Drive. For more information, call (201) 451-5100.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... ersey_city_tonight_t.html

Posted on: 2012/9/18 15:53
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Re: How to protect yourself online
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Try this link
http://www.spokeo.com/privacy
Scroll down to the Removing Your Profile section
Fill in the boxes
You will need to do a search of your name , and enter the url of each of your listings.
Click the Remove this Listing box
and then check your email for the link to confirm removal.
As mentioned you cannot use the same email over and over to remove your listing.
And entries can reappear after some time.
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neanoora wrote:
Thanks jchile. Even with these instructions, I am not able to figure out how to do it. I got as far as as "Get Full Results", which I assume mean what you wrote to be "Full Report". From there, I can only fill in credit card info to sign up for the service. Thus, I am dumb founded where to proceed from there. I certainly want to remove my info, which extends so some old addresses in different states.

Posted on: 2011/11/2 17:34
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Re: How to protect yourself online
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Here are some old instructions that I had for spokeo.com removal
Go to it put in your name (all variations).
Check for your listing(s)
Copy the url of each of the listing(s)
CLICK full report, which asks for money
Scroll to the bottom,
CLICK Privacy at the bottom
Fill in your email and the url, and the privacy code
It will send a link to your email that you click and will remove you from the site.

You will also have to check the site every few months, to be sure that your information is not posted again.

Posted on: 2011/11/2 8:54
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Re: Appraiser for appraisal - property tax appeal
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Hey, successfully appealed my tax assessment in Spring, Tax Office told me I would see the change in my 4th quarter bill. Guess what, got my 4th quarter bill- property value and tax has not changed. What's going on?

Posted on: 2011/10/9 13:36
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Re: A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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Both you and your neighbor should try reaching out to this person's landlord as has been suggested.

But first, you could both contact your landlord and ask if there have been any other complaints about this person staring at apartment windows. Maybe this person is just the neighborhood oddball, but still you and your neighbor should make both your and his landlord aware of the situation.

Posted on: 2011/9/27 19:02
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Re: The Sqweeky Voiced Newsman Of The WTC PATH Turnstile Area
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Amazing that you can tell a person's nationality AND religious affiliation by listening to their voice!Quote:

bryceman70 wrote:
He seemed to be Hindu, I think they were Indians who ran that news stand..

Posted on: 2011/8/30 7:35
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Re: Sean Connors
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Doesn't his being former Mayor Gerry McCann's nephew count for anything?

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holdonaminute11 wrote:
Would someone please tell me why Sean Connors is still on the school board? Why hasn't he been asked to resign NOW. He has literally done nothing in the two years he was elected except prepare for his next election ( for Assembly? Council? Mayor? class clown?, etc)

Also, please tell me how the hell is he now qualified to run for the Assembly? What the f--- has he done?

What a disgrace. Only in JC!!!

Posted on: 2011/5/30 9:41
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Re: Candy Store
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Crazy, but Bed, Bath and Beyond usually sells packages of old time penny candy. Usually you can find it around the check-out counters.

Posted on: 2011/5/12 10:34
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Re: 2011 Board of Education Election - Vidya Gangadin- JC Mom for School Board!
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If you vote No on the budget- you are sending it to the City Council- You remember them don't you?- The people who handed out abatements like candy-which is why we have high school taxes now.
Don't hold your breath waiting for your taxes to decrease if you vote NO.

Posted on: 2011/4/26 23:53
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Re: 2011 Board of Education Election - Steve Fulop backed candidates
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If you can't make the forums, is there any place where you can get info on all the candidates and their positions?

And isn't Frances Thompson's name FRANCES not FRANCIS?

Posted on: 2011/4/13 10:02
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Re: Hudson County Democrats tap Jersey City police detective Sean Connors for N.J. Assembly seat
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Sean Connors is Gerry McCann's nephew.

“At a time when the Administration should focus on how to keep money in the pockets of its hard working residents, it moves to put an old time politician to the payroll,” said Fulop. “Let’s call this exactly what it is, this is pay back for McCann delivering his nephew Sean Connors into the Healy organization and in exchange for the Connors endorsement during the election. Every politico in the city knows this quid pro quo to be the truth when Connors endorsed Healy in the election and received his new position in the police department”

Politickernj.com

http://vip.politickernj.com/tags/seanconnors?quicktabs_mostx=read

Posted on: 2011/4/9 12:46
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Re: Condo Noise
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See this older thread
http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewt ... id=244925#forumpost244925

There is a Jersey City noise ordinance. Call the non-emergency number 201-547-5477 not 911. Usually the officer answering will ask if you want to give your name. This will help you file a complaint in small claims court.

Also contact the
Division of Tenant Landlord Relations

30 Montgomery Street
Room 415
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Tel: (201) 547-4714
Fax: (201) 547-5803

360 Martin Luther King Drive (Satellite Office)
(Office is inside Extra Supermarkets)
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tel: (201) 200-0677
Fax: (201) 333-8958

Charles Odei, Director


Your landlord is not ensuring that you have "quiet enjoyment of your unit".

It may be time to think about moving for the preservation of your health and sanity.

Posted on: 2010/12/12 10:48
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The Cartel -Screenings
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Friday, April 16 - The Cartel will premiere in New York at the Quad Cinema, and in Los Angeles at Laemmle's Sunset 5! Each theater will be showing the film for a week (Friday, April 16 through Thursday, April 22).

New York premiere: Showtimes are at 1:10pm, 3:10pm, 5:10pm, 7:10pm, and 9:30pm. At the 7:10 showing on April 16 there will be an Education Reform Panel Discussion and Q&A with Director Bob Bowdon; Derrell Bradford, Executive Director of Excellent Education for Everyone; Carlos Lejnieks, President of the NJ Charter Schools Association; and Marcus Winters, Education Scholar at the Manhattan Institute. Get your tickets now at www.movietickets.com.

Hoboken:
April 21 Hoboken, NJ Clearview Cinema, 409 14th Street 7pm, 9pm

Posted on: 2010/4/15 22:36

Edited by Webmaster on 2010/4/15 23:20:24
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Re: New film counts the fleet of Mercedeses & Infinitis parked at Jersey City Board of Education.
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The Cartel begins a one week engagement at the Quad Cinema (34 West 13th Street,New York, New York 10011,
p: 212-255-2243) on Friday , April 16, 2010. (http://www.quadcinema.com/coming-soon/)

The movie site (http://www.thecartelmovie.com/cgi-local/content.cgi?g=22) says Director Bob Bowdon will be doing Q&A on opening night at the New York location. The movie will play there until Thursday. Call for the screening times,

After that, April 21,it will be in Hoboken at the Clearview Cinema, 409 14th Street 7pm, 9pm.

Posted on: 2010/4/11 10:37
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Re: TAX PROTEST Feb 24th City Hall - WE'RE GONNA RUN THIS TOWN!
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The bunch of kids who left after half an hour were from a teen group. They were due to be picked up by their parents.
It was their first visit to the City Council, and some of them were so excited, they were hoping they would have been able to address the council with their budget concerns.

They are future voters, taxpayers and tax protesters who were getting a first hand look at how democracy affects their lives and were being taught that they have rights and should and can speak out!

Posted on: 2010/2/24 22:35
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Re: Can we make 1,500?
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Also spread the word to homeowners whose taxes are paid by their mortgage company. They may not realize that an increase has occurred, until they get an escrow statement.

Posted on: 2010/2/22 16:51
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Re: Followed home last night from Grove Street PATH
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Dear Creative,
You did what you thought best at the time. No one knows what they will do under stress, until it occurs.

Thanks for posting the hints and a very good description of the person following you.

It may be good to fill out a report at the police station, just so that if it occurs again to you or someone else, there is a record on file.

Glad you are safe, it could have been much worse.

Posted on: 2010/2/17 10:03
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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Sometimes when driving around Jersey City, I have smelled an overwhelming natural gas scent around Newark Avenue, near the cemetary, and on Montgomery above Merseles.

Does the old pipeline run around those places?

Posted on: 2010/1/31 9:49
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Re: Property Taxes will increase as Jersey City introduces $507 Million budget
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Thanks Chief. I just checked mine and the incraese is preposterous. I haven't received anything in the mail either!

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chiefdahill wrote:
I suggest you check your taxes ASAP. It looks as though they jacked mine about 1k per year. I didn't receive any notification from Jersey City. They actually stopped sending me bills which is completely DAFT. Taxes are due Feb 1st and I just found out without any notification. The tax office couldn't tell me what the taxes would for the next 3 quarters as well. They are totally inept.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/WebTaxInquiry/AccountSearch.aspx

Posted on: 2010/1/22 7:39
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Re: Jersey City Councilwoman Nidia Lopez a Florida Resident?
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Agreed with the posters above. DUMB,DUMB,DUMB-- (but we are paying for her dumbness!)

A business woman who has no knowledge of the documents she signs, who blindly hands everything to her accountant for handling is not someone I want representing me.

So will she be subject to the other possible repercussions of her acts mentioned on the last page of the judgment?

"While the many things Lopez did or failed to do since returning to New Jersey in 2001 are inexplicable and may implicate possible violations of civil and/or criminal law here and/or in Florida,..."

Posted on: 2009/12/7 16:33
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Re: City Council to Renegotiate Abatement For Developers
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Bravo Lafayette. Wish you had run for city council!Brilliant idea using abatements for what they were actually meant to do!

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Lafayette wrote:
HOw about Crystal point put the rest of the Affordable housing there....that would completely fill up the place!
They can get the Offsite affordable money from the other developments at the waterfront that have to comply by COAH and be done with it! .........by affordable meaning a condo would go from say, 600,000 to 250,000.....

Posted on: 2009/6/3 9:59
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Re: Jersey City property taxpayers will see virtually no increase in municipal taxes this year
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Checked my account online. Billed from May 1st and says interest date is May 13th. HUH?

I haven't got a bill and it is overdue already?

What's going on?

Posted on: 2009/5/13 7:17
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Re: What time are the polls open?
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Quote:

ColesStreet wrote:
I am registered to vote and voted in November. In November I got a sample ballet and poll location in the mail.

I moved April 1st from coles street to 5th street and now I'm thinking the sample ballet may have got lost in the mail.

Did they send out sample ballets for this election? Is it too late for me to do anything about this?


Your sample ballot may be at your old address.

If you didn't inform the Board of Elections of your change of address, you may have to vote at the polling station for your old address, or fill out a provisional ballot at the polling station for your new address.

Call the Superintendent of Elections at 201-795-6550 to be sure.

Posted on: 2009/5/11 14:50
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Re: JOURNAL ENDORSES LOUIS MANZO FOR JERSEY CITY MAYOR
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Quote:
While everyone has the right to vote for any candidate they want a vote for any other candidate would have the effect of being a vote for Healy :End quote

Not if enough people vote for the other candidates! A revolution might be in the offing. Vote your choice

Posted on: 2009/5/10 9:50
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Re: PRO-ACTIVE ON CRIME Veteran cop vows new approaches to city's ills
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super_furry wrote:
The title should be:
PRO-ACTIVE ON CRIME Veteran cop vows new approaches to city's ills


With all due respect withharvey, you are entitled to your opinion, but most people I talked to seem to think Phil Webb is a good guy. The article and his bio on his site seem to echo the same
http://philwebbforjerseycity.com/

Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:27
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Re: Older high rise condos fire violations
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12 stories,18 years old.

Posted on: 2008/2/28 10:02
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