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Re: Auto windshield replacement auto
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Safelite repair, Safelite replace.

https://www.safelite.com

Posted on: 9/14 15:16
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Re: Mover Recommendation
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I found Go Share a few years ago and now I use them on every move. They are like the Uber of movers and charge between $1.00 and $2.50 per minute based on size of truck and if you need a helper. You can download their app or go to Goshare.co
Not .com

Posted on: 9/3 17:38
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Re: I-Team: FBI Investigates Alleged Corruption in Jersey City Police Department
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Posted on: 8/7 18:47
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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135jc wrote:

You are the ass. It's none of their business


nope, you're the asshole here, it's entirely the business of neighbors that live on that block to not have an asshole like yourself move in and take on street parking away via an illegal front driveway, there's a process involving getting approval if you hadn't heard


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Upvote as well. It's every resident of Jersey City's business if somebody illegally created a curb cut and took away a space for other people to park. Street parking is a hassle these days as it is, even without illegal curb cuts being created. Feel free to give out the location of this illegal driveway and curb cut so we can freely park in front of it. If you don't want to do that, at least keep us posted as to what happens. Good luck.


The joke is if you park across an illegal driveway while the car is inside the driveway, you will be towed. We had someone on our block that did this and we called zoning. They made them paint over the no parking sign but that didn't stop them from parking in it. They would actually drive on the sidewalk to park whenever I blocked it.

Posted on: 7/12 20:08
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Re: JC to install odor eliminating systems in wake of pending marijuana legalization.
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This is clearly an April Fools joke or the most ridiculous article NJ.com has ever written.

Posted on: 4/1 22:05
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Re: New Jersey to lose three Sears, one Kmart, in latest round of store closings
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Yes, he got his bid in on time. Sears has until Jan 4th to accept or reject.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/28/sears- ... mits-bit-for-company.html



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isn't eddie lampert doing a stalking horse bid?

Posted on: 12/29 2:58
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Re: Electrician
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Cesar does nice work at very reasonable rates. His number is
551-556-9377.

Posted on: 2018/11/3 19:53
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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Latest poll shows Menendez pulling away from Hugin.

https://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... _before_election_day.html

Posted on: 2018/11/2 20:45
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Re: jsq parking ~ magnolia
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Admitting to insurance fraud on a public forum....Priceless!


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Magnolia enforcement is coming down hard. My car's registration is under my mom's name. We co-signed, but she has title. If she passes it to me, insurance goes up. While I figure out by how much, are there any nice neighbors willing to let me pay for a spot? May be temporary or long-term, up to you. I have the 30-day temporary but it's about to expire, and the lots around me have a waitlist. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

Posted on: 2018/10/31 18:57
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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This kinda reminds me of the Law & Order SVU episode where Barba has to deal with the Hudson County prosecutor and says to Benson that Hudson County is so corrupt, it makes the state of NJ look like Switzerland. Yes, we come from the most corrupt city in the most corrupt county in the most corrupt state.


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I was in Quebec some time ago. At night I put on the local stations and finally found an English language news station. The conversation had to do with the Midwest in the US. Some politician who is also the son a famous politician (I believe Hubert Humphrey) got into some hot water. The Quebec newscast said this is unusual, the corrupt state is New Jersey in the US. I wished I had a recording of that statement. Anyone who votes for Menendez is proving those Canadians news men right.

Posted on: 2018/10/19 22:34
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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It appears that I'm not alone in the hold your nose vote.



https://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... by_jersey_opposition.html

Posted on: 2018/10/19 19:46
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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Posted on: 2018/10/17 22:12
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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I will hold my nose and vote for Menendez for one reason. If there is an impeachment trial in the senate, the Dems would have to control the senate to have any chance of getting to the 67 votes required for removal from office. If anyone other then that whacko were in the WH, I would be voting for Hugin.


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Wow. So you guys would rather vote for a confirmed pedophile and corrupt asswipe in menendez, than a reasonably good GOP moderate candidate simply because he's a Republican. And spare me, I'm not a republican. And I rarely vote for them. But this is beyond the pale.

My bad. You all are the same dopes who gave Booker a seat at the table too. My bad. I forgot who I was dealing with.

So going forward, you tits have no right to complain about anything that goes awry in this state.

Posted on: 2018/10/4 20:43
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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And that's with Hugin outspending him by a large margin.


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Posted on: 2018/10/3 21:01
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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Posted on: 2018/10/2 19:24
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Re: Here's where Jersey City is installing dozens of new speed bumps
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Bowers St could've really used a couple of these. People speed on there everyday and forget about yielding to pedestrians.

Posted on: 2018/9/11 22:15
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Re: Light rail stop- 9th and Congress
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If you look up her old posts, you will see her giving people negative advice and uninformed opinions in reference to the Heights. A neighborhood that has changed so much since I moved up here 17 years ago it is unrecognizable.



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Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...


This is a little over the top. JerseyMom has always been one of the most courteous and helpful people around here. Her posts are usually very helpful or very much on point. A difference of opinion does not make one a person with issues.

Posted on: 2018/9/11 22:11
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Re: Light rail stop- 9th and Congress
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Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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esp123 wrote:
Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...

Posted on: 2018/9/11 21:46
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Re: Potential wild weather September 11 - 13th
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Posted on: 2018/9/6 5:16
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Re: Potential wild weather September 11 - 13th
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It currently is a low probability that this one will come close to east coast.


https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/n ... e-florence-atlantic-ocean

Posted on: 2018/9/4 22:20
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Re: jersey city capital
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They're RE investors that make low-ball offers on properties. Translation...They're smart and everyone else dumb. Yeah, I'll save a few thousand on commission after I give my property to you for next to nothing.

Posted on: 2018/5/29 19:08
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Re: Real Estate lawyer recommendation
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Just be sure that the roof is absolutely deeded to your unit. I owned a 3rd and 4th fl duplex in which I had exclusive access to the 3rd fl rooftop. It was considered an limited common element. It was not deeded to our unit. The association was responsible for the upkeep of the roof.

Nobody ever tried to put anything up there but if they wanted to , it would've went by majority vote. As far as the compressor goes, they are no danger to the roof. That is where my unit was located and it didn't really make that much noise.

You might want to contact the attorney you used when you bought the unit. He will be able to read the bylaws and tell you what your rights are.



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SRhia wrote:
@bodhipooh - yes, you're right. I'm the same one who posted that thread previously.

The other unit owner is aware that the roof is deeded to us. However, instead of asking us directly, they are going to ask the condo association / owners for a vote on this (we happen to have a condo meeting coming up).

So - I have a feeling this may get messy, so I just want a lawyer's contact handy, in case we need to go down that route.

I have looked through our bylaws and deed, and what I saw so far is that:
1. the roof is defined as a "General Common Element"
2. the right to construct a roof deck is "limited and reserved" to our unit only

However, the bylaw/deed does not explicitly say that other units cannot put anything up there. Our neighbor is taking the route that if they can obtain majority votes, then they can put the compressor up there?

====>>>>> Therefore - I'm not sure if we (as owners of the deeded roof) can conclusively say "No" to the neighbor and their compressor. I would have assumed that since the roof is deeded to us, then we should be able to say No, and that's the final word???

That's why we don't know how to handle this, and therefore may need to get a lawyer involved.

If anyone has any insights or experience into this, we'd greatly appreciate it - feel free to comment here, or direct message me.

Posted on: 2018/5/28 0:22
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Re: Peace in Korean!
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?? pyeonghwa. Peace in Korean.

Posted on: 2018/4/27 18:59
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Re: Did any property owners get a scary letter in the mail today?
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I doubt that the city council cares about the opinion of Joe Hottendorf. He should've retired years ago. He allows misrepresentation of real estate listings through virtual staging and drawn renderings that are nothing like what the property actually looks like. He also has people working inside his office that manipulate listings to cover up for unscrupulous agents.

While the people on this forum may not represent the entire city, the comments on here regarding Bayonne big box make it clear that the mayor and city council are following the desires of their residents.

Posted on: 2018/4/21 19:43
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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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I grew up near that chromium dump (440) and the traffic has been horrendous as long as I can remenber. I wouldn't go to 440/communipaw to get something for free.


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Right because 440 and communipaw ave needs more traffic!


The skyway work will be finished and the traffic eased, someday...

Posted on: 2018/4/19 19:52
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Re: Logistics of 2 Family Home in the Heights
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I owned in a 5 unit building that was self managed and it was ok. In the case of ownership percentage, all owners have equal voting rights regardless of the percentage of ownership in the structure. I was lucky that the way my association was set up all units paid the same maintenance fee which worked out for me because I had the largest unit. That's why I would be curious to hear from someone that bought in a 2 unit to see if there's an arbitration clause built into the by-laws.


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karindiann wrote:
I'm part of a 4-unit condo association, and we have a bank account and pay our own bills -- no outside management company needed. Somebody has to volunteer to write the checks and do the bookkeeping (basically a thankless job).

In our association, all of the units have a slightly different square footage and pay a different percentage of common expenses. I think this would probably be true of a 2-unit building as well -- and give one owner more weight in the case of disagreement.

I remember the developer of our building had set up the association before the units were sold, which I assume is a requirement if you are selling condo units.

Posted on: 2018/4/12 17:46
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Re: Logistics of 2 Family Home in the Heights
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I'm curious to know if your by-laws have an arbitration clause? Hoping that you will happen to get along with an owner you don't know before purchase is taking a pretty big chance.


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rscott wrote:
It can go either way - I'm in a 2 unit condo association and it's fine, while those in the other unit had terrible experiences with the association in their previous (large) building. It just depends on who the other owners are!

Posted on: 2018/4/10 19:45
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Re: Logistics of 2 Family Home in the Heights
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I always thought the concept was very weird. What if you wind up not getting along with the other owner? I'm totally speculating here, but I would think that a 2 unit condo building would have an arbitration clause put into the by-laws to protect each party in the event of a dispute. I personally wouldn't buy a condo in less than a 5 unit building.


Posted on: 2018/4/9 19:57
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Re: Tell Trader Joe's to come to Jersey City!
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The location is convenient but it is hit or miss on available products. I spoke with an employee and that person told me that the middle of the week is the best time to go.


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hero69 wrote:
how is the trader joe's in hoboken doing? is it mad buzy like the ones in manhattan?

Posted on: 2018/4/6 18:27
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Early returns in the Heights look good. I'm seeing properties lower by 30%. Just waiting for my property to get the number.

Posted on: 2018/3/14 4:44
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