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Vote by mail ballot door-to-door solicitation--possible beware
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There could be some funny business involved here. At the very least, the person gave wrong information about the ability to vote in person if you request a vote by mail ballot. You can't. So, it's possible the ballots are never mailed or sent to the wrong address, and you are denied your right to vote.
just an fyi.

Posted on: Yesterday 11:47
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Re: Hall/Space Rental
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white eagle hall would be really cool. wonder if they rent out the space for things like that. if u find out, pls post if they do.
pretty sure brunswick center has some open performance space that could work too. brunswickcenter.com


Posted on: 9/6 14:40
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Re: Pizza dough
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Antique bakery on Newark ave. It's good and plentiful. i've made a large pie and had extra for focaccia. and it's cheap.

Posted on: 5/16 16:28
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interior door help
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I am looking for help sourcing an interior door that is 84 inches tall and 36 inches wide with frosted glass panel. Dykes has it but it is pretty expensive. Home Depot can't supply it at all as it can't find a vendor that will make a 84" door with glass and a couple of other places have said the same thing. Wondering if someone can suggest a place besides Dykes before i hand over $800+...

Posted on: 2015/4/20 21:54
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Golf lesson
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Can anyone recommend an golf instructor or place for lessons in or near jersey city. want to try to play again without losing every ball ever manufactured.

Posted on: 2015/4/1 17:32
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Re: daycare feedback & recommendations
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can't speak to care for very young but our kids went to garden cooperative preschool, which has kids between 2 years, 9 months and 5 years old. it's a cooperative, so there's more parental involvement but it's a great place for little ones.
Something to keep in mind for next year...

Posted on: 2015/2/6 13:34
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Re: Talde and Carrini provisions open?
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they should think about a marketing budget...

Posted on: 2015/1/23 12:56
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Re: Nine Bar Cafe
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nine bar owner said yesterday that she'll have beans on thursday. anxious to try them. le colombe beans from choc o pain are the best i've picked up locally even tho they aren't local.
have had more lattes at nine bar and they have all been solid. best downtown.

Posted on: 2015/1/13 17:17
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Re: Nine Bar Cafe
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stopped in this morning. After one sampling, very good double-shot latte. excellent balance. best i've had in JC except for my own and one mind-blowing latte from Mod-cup when they had a stand at the hamilton square sixth borough flea market. (sadly, after that day they only served up filtered coffee at that flea market. was too deflated to ask why.)

Posted on: 2015/1/5 15:07
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lasik eye surgery
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can anyone recommend a place in JC or the city. the people i know who have had it done live elsewhere.

Posted on: 2014/12/18 16:45
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Late night noise/vib
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did anyone else hear (and feel) intermittent techo music last night? i live in Hamilton Park and it was coming from the direction of Enos Jones Park. It wasn't loud by any means but it was audible and i felt a slight vibration. It was between 1130 pm and 1230 am when i noticed it.

Posted on: 2014/10/15 12:17
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Re: happy hour
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hamiton inn needs to improve its tap beer selection. it needs another amber ale -- nj beer co., bass, palm, sam...something.

Posted on: 2013/7/3 12:57
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Re: Parties on 7th between Coles and Jersey
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If it is a rental, start a dialogue with the owner.

Posted on: 2013/7/1 0:26
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Re: Speakeasy Lounge at Grove plaza
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will the bar always be cash only. i like to get airline points when i booze up...
but it's good there's a chase machine 15 feet away in the duane reade.

Posted on: 2013/6/18 12:07
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Re: happy hour
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the place with the best happy hour around hamilton park closed about a year ago. that was the embankment. good beer selection at $3 a pint. miss that.
white star and hamilton inn have specials. check out their websites.

Posted on: 2013/6/12 11:50
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Re: Sport Specific Physical Therapy Recommendation
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harborside sport and spine. it's a chiro office that's also staffed with physical therapists andy they have a weight/workout room. i messed up my knee (torn meniscus) and they helped me rehab it.

Posted on: 2013/6/5 12:55
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Re: Orale Mexican Kitchen
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have been for drinks and small plate and also for dinner. will go back for margaritas and the guacamole or the melted cheese in the skillet (that's very good) but probably not for dinner. the mains weren't noteworthy. the special scallops dish wasn't very tasty. my mate's tacos were better but not that great.
really like the energy of the place. the drinks are good as are the hot sauces. will be back.

Posted on: 2013/5/28 15:04
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Re: "Empty Sky" - NJ State 9/11 Memorial in Liberty State Park
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i like that aspect of the memorial. symbolizes the rebuilding...of the site and the lives.

Posted on: 2013/5/28 14:47
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Re: Election results
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Well earned, Mr. Fulop. Now the real work starts to make this place one of the best mid sized cities around. No time to waste.

Posted on: 2013/5/14 23:45
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Re: What downtown restaurants can do a private dinner for 50?
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been to parties/events at both light horse (sideroom) and skinners (upstairs for brunch - nice setting) and both were very good.

Posted on: 2012/3/6 9:30
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Re: Electrician/cable TV Recommendation
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Thinking this may be a job for an electrician and looking for recommendations in general...
i want to connect my verizon FIOS, which comes into the house on the second floor to the third and first floors. I'm looking for an alternative to verizon drilling more holes into the exterior brick, such as an electrician or electrician-type who can strategically run the cable through the floor and ceiling.

Posted on: 2012/1/18 12:32
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Re: No Bar @ Barrow & Mercer
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the restriction on proximity of bars on newark and grove is idiotic. that should be revisited.

Posted on: 2011/3/3 22:23
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Re: Paving Christopher Columbus
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the cameras for traffic management sound good but they should also install cameras for enforcement. they would pay for themselves in about a month with everyone who runs lights. Can't remember if they have them anywhere around here but i've lived in places where they're used and they are a deterrent.

Posted on: 2011/3/3 22:19
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Re: Jersey Wine & Spirits
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what is the "$100/wine case challenge from the Wall Street Journal" bit that was in your post? is it part of the journal's wine club?

Posted on: 2011/2/17 14:17
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Re: Movies I liked on Netflix Instant
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the dish - a comedy about how an australian observatory was used to televise the '69 moon landing. it's very well done.

that damned united - about controversial UK football manager from 60s and 70s. directed by same guy who did the king's speech. good human drama.

Posted on: 2011/1/19 15:56
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oven repair
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the electronic starter in the broiler bit of my oven is apparently shot. has anyone ever had this fixed. if so, can u recommend someone.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 12:52
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Re: Auto glass recommendation?
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i used satellite AUTOGLASS too and can recommend them. came to car. replaced windshield for $330. tel 973 461-1904
there's new and cheap way to fill in small chips, etc.

Posted on: 2010/12/9 12:13
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Re: The Hamilton Inn
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went to hamilton inn for third time or so saturday night (previous outings were mostly average) and had a very nice meal. mussels were very tasty with a nice little bite in the broth and companion's ravioli was fantastic. again nice spice. ravioli was a little pricey ($22) but worth it. woman who waited on us was also good -- casually professional. 1 drink and dish each for about $60 w/ tip.

Posted on: 2010/12/6 14:33
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Re: Jersey City school board members vote for raise
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i don't know what this person does or exactly what a business administrator in a school system does, but generally with the state of the schools, it's hard to see how that kind of pay and pay raise is justfied. we should spend more on the teachers in the classroom, not the failed infrastructure of the school system. as a society we've become so accustomed with rewarding failure. it's contributing mightily to the end of american dominance.

Posted on: 2010/4/28 10:18

Edited by Webmaster on 2010/5/1 3:36:06
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Re: HDTV over the air reception
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i'm near hamilton park. reception and picture are good. sometimes have to move or adjust antenna. helicopters mess up reception for a few seconds.
like the previous poster said i get about 20-25 channels -- the basics: cbs, nbc, fox, abc, wwor, wpix, wnet, wnjn; and some others that i don't watch.
i ditched satellite 2 years ago.
use this interior antenna in a row house. higher floor u go, the better.
http://www.amazon.com/Terk-Amplified- ... a-Reception/dp/B0007MXZB2

Posted on: 2010/4/15 15:12
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