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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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If you have only been to landlord tenant court, then the judgement is only to have the tenant evicted. You would then need to file a motion in Hudson County special civil part in order to recoup the money they owe you. A collection agency will only pay you pennies on the dollar for bad debt so I would think you'd be better off going the judgement route.

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Re: I-Team: FBI Investigates Alleged Corruption in Jersey City Police Department
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You must be new to the state. This is standard operating procedure. Par for the course. They just got caught and most don't.


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Wow... incredible corruption!!!

Posted on: 9/22 13:43
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Re: Hurricane Jose: Rain And Storm Surge Could affect us next Tues &Wed
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Heavens to Betsy! What are we going to do??

Posted on: 9/15 17:23
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Re: Flim-Flam Florio is back-and wants your wallet
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Yeah, he was certainly was a peach. The joke is that someone would put him on a commission for anything.

Posted on: 9/15 17:21
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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Hmm, I do have it but didn't know it capped at 7K. I just know it covers up to the curb. Yeah, that wouldn't cover ripping the sidewalk up.

Posted on: 9/14 18:07
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Re: Suez says 'need wire ran' ??
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It's a small black oval piece that's plastic and has a small grey wire attached to it. It should be on the front or side of your house. I took a picture but couldn't figure out how to attach it here.

I don't understand why it wouldn't work all of a sudden when it worked all along. Did your last bill say that it was estimated or an actual reading.

Just don't take anything they say as gospel truth because they are a corrupt company. Our association had a big problem with them in the past and we had to threaten legal action to get them to back off.

The wire itself shouldn't be a problem to replace. It looks like a phone wire.

Posted on: 9/14 18:00
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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Unless he/she had purchased the insurance that Suez offers. Then they would've been covered to the street.



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I don't see where it was mentioned that he has a steam system. I assumed hot water boiler. For the MJ, an appropriate fudge factor is already built in. Upsizing from that is what typically results in an oversized heating plant.



Yes it took a somewhat pedantic turn.

If the cutoff line in the street is not working as the OP stated then unfortunately it's the homeowners portion of the lead from the main and its his nickel in getting it fixed.




Posted on: 9/14 15:20
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Re: Man Found Dead on Heights Street with Knife in Chest
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The man commits suicide in the middle of the street? This story sounds like it's missing some details.

Posted on: 9/14 14:02
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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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That doesn't make any sense. Suez is responsible for replacing their meter. Now if the main can't be shut off before the meter, then that would be your responsibility. Check your house, there is usually a valve on the inside of your house but before the meter.

As long as that valve can be shut off for them to replace, it shouldn't be a problem. If you're saying that both your inside valve and the street valve need to be replaced, then you have a pretty large job ahead of you.

Posted on: 9/12 15:36
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Scary stuff. Heard about the shortages in FL but didn't know it went that far north. Hopefully he will find a place with gas in route. I know that gas tankers are getting police escorts to get down there.

Posted on: 9/7 17:45
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Posted on: 9/6 14:19
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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Does anybody know when they're coming to the Heights? I still haven't heard anything from them.

Posted on: 9/5 23:09
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Re: Jersey City 2017 Mayor’s Race
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So basically, Fulop is running unopposed. I guess that means that nobody thinks they can beat him. Very unusual.

Posted on: 9/5 23:07
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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This is a pretty detailed update from AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.



https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather ... d-to-prepare-now/70002631

Posted on: 9/5 14:02
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Posted on: 9/5 0:28
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Profanity? Really? Clearly you care because you responded. This thread was started because MDM took it upon himself to name an unnamed tropical system that never progressed to a point where it was a named storm. I simply called that out for what it was which was speculation and hype.

Now there's a real storm in the Atlantic that he's speculating on as well. Right now, nobody is making predictions past Thursday in the Caribbean. Just keeping it real!


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You seem to be the only one caring about this. Most of us are taking what information MDM is sharing and just using it as a heads up. No one has remotely said they are fucking stocking up on water or gas....

Posted on: 9/3 20:04
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Posted on: 9/3 18:58
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Armegeddon? Seriously??? If that is not the definition of Hyperbole, I don't know what is. Haven't seen one weather report making such assertions.



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The last storm went ex-tropical before it got a name...

The next possible 'Irma' is showing two likely routes: One bending North and the other heading through the Caribbean.

The guys at Weatherbell have a model that is more in line with the Euro, albeit a bit farther North (think the path of Hurricane Andrew).

The GFS model was originally showing the storm going North well into the Atlantic. The latest update shifted the northern turn into our neck of the woods.

Below is the Euro model. GFS model. Rain totals (if the GFS model is accurate).

Again.... this is for a storm that if it comes, won't be into the late next week. A lot can change between now and then.


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Posted on: 9/2 0:57
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Re: Jersey City 5th-most expensive in country to rent 1-bedroom apartment: report
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I would agree that Hoboken should have the higher median. They don't explain their methodology on how they compiled the data in the article.

Posted on: 8/31 18:05
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Re: Jersey City 5th-most expensive in country to rent 1-bedroom apartment: report
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I think you're confusing average with median. The article states that it's the median rent which means an equal amount of rents are both higher and lower than that figure.

Also, I couldn't imagine anyone over 30 choosing Hoboken over Jersey City. Even the side streets are packed with drunks on any night other than Monday or Tuesday.

Posted on: 8/31 16:31
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Perfect example of why we shouldn't prematurely assign storm names to tropical systems.


http://www.nj.com/weather/index.ssf/2 ... to.html#incart_river_home

Posted on: 8/30 12:53
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Posted on: 8/29 15:25
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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Posted on: 8/26 16:03
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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It is currently an unnamed storm with not one mention on local news. Yes, MDM is usually good with updates but this one is a bit premature. I don't worry about flooding as I live in the Heights.

Posted on: 8/25 18:43
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Re: Hurricane Irma possible: Next Tuesday thru Thursday
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I agree. A little early to hype an unnamed storm.


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Another slow news day on the forum??

Sheesh....

Posted on: 8/25 14:41
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Re: Wood floor sanding and varnishing
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That's weird. I spoke with her yesterday and she just told me that their name changed to East Coast Hardwood. They're scheduled to give me a quote this afternoon. I'll let you know if they show.



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The problem with refinishing floors now is the low VOC polyurethane is nightmare to work with.

This link pretty much describes my experience with it.

Unfortunately, I can't find the high VOC quart cans anymore for floor poly (still can get the high VOC in small can for spar varnish).

Tried the water base alternative... not impressed with the finish and the durability.



So what are the pros using now? And half the contractors are out of business, tried Alpine @(201) 533-0100, no go, apparently reassigned. Feel bad for the person, but she's an idiot for just hanging up and not saying it's no longer their number.

Posted on: 8/11 14:11
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Re: Wood floor sanding and varnishing
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This guy isn't around anymore either. Someone else has this number.



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Antonio (973) 886 8276. Him and his father have YEARS of experience between them and are always looking to do side jobs. Just mention JClist to him. He is a JC resident.

Posted on: 8/10 17:06
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Re: Can I withdraw after seller accepts my offer
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Once your offer was accepted, you should've retained an attorney. Both attorneys will review initial contract and draft riders to that contract. During this time you are in attorney review and can cancel at any time during that period.

Don't go by the 3 day rule, I just sold my property and was in attorney review for almost 10 days. I wasn't happy the the rider the buyer's attorney drafted, so I cancelled the contract during the attorney review period and accepted another offer.

Posted on: 7/5 0:06
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Re: Police Pursuit ends in fiery crash in Jersey City Heights
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Posted on: 6/7 15:13
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Re: Looking for reputable movers
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Why don't you try Goshare. They're the Uber of moving and charge $1.29 per minute subject to a $35.00 minimum. I've used them for small moves and whenever I buy something from Home Depot that won't fit in my car. You can download the app on I Phone or Android.



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In typical urban fashion, we are moving about 50 yards down the street from our current address. And we're caught between just renting some large flat dollys (or whatever they might be called) and just walking everything to the new apartment, or actually hiring a company that will load it up and drive it a half block. Does anyone have any experience working with a mover who doesn't really have to "move" via a truck? (Happily we're moving FROM a 5th floor walk up to a ground level apartment this time.)

Bustjc, it looks like Honeymovers just does the loading/unloading or packing/unpacking?

Posted on: 4/25 12:43
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