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Re: Stucco Styrofoam pieces all over my block
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report it on seeclickfix.com so the city will send someone out

Posted on: 8/8 14:11
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Re: McLaughlin Funeral Home sold their parking lot.
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BL: Like Duuu-uuuhh!! Talking Light Rail don't pull no gravy. Nonsense...Every piece of property in JC or Bayonne or any city
nearby has escalated in value several times over. The Board of Ed building at Claremont & West Side is in the midst of SOHO, Bayfront, NJCU with H-U-G-E parking lots with the potential of "by right" ability to create 100 story towers. There's no zoning left in Jersey City only redevelopment plans that are tailored to the individual developer. The gravy train is roaring through!


I'll have the man & cheese, TIA

Posted on: 7/22 13:56
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Somebody moved into a house a couple of months ago on my block and completely paved over their front garden, cutting down some trees and flowers and putting in place a cheap concrete job. Now they are parking their car in the makeshift driveway, eliminating a street parking spot.


I know it's illegal to do this in Jersey City without a zoning variance or a grandfathered curb cut. Who can I call to complain about it?


You sound like a great neighbor.


You sound like an ass. In a row of houses with a front yard you can't just shitty pave over it and put your car or whatever other shit you have on it. You sound like a shit neighbor.


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

Posted on: 7/12 14:02
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Hey Cuomo today just signed a bill designed to give scum like this a drivers license. With a drivers license undocumented people can vote in NY. Further the bill limits the dentention time allowed to hold criminal illegals. I'm sure that dope Murphy will be on board soon.


This simply isn't true, undocumented persons will not be able to vote as the requirements to register are:

- Be a United States citizen;
- Be 18 years old by December 31 of the year in which you file this form (note: you must be 18 years old by the date of the general, primary or other election in which you want to vote);
- Resident of this state and the county, city or village for at least 30 days before the election;
- Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction (unless parolee pardoned or restored rights of citizenship);
- Not be adjudged mentally incompetent by a court;
- Not claim the right to vote elsewhere.

And the bill has no provisions regarding detention, incarceration or any other form of detainment.

The point is the animal that killed Ms. Carolina was a bad dude and his citizenship status has nothing to do with that.


1. if they are already here illegally what's to stop them from checking the box claiming they are a US citizen and registering to vote? --- NOTHING
2. he was here illegally after being deported twice, his status has everything to do with her being dead at his hands.

Posted on: 6/20 17:06
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Re: Commuter gondola plan gets off ground....
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It means more people will be riding the PATH which is ridiculous.


no, that's not at all what it means. Remember the ferries? but I guess if you want more cars on the road and fewer people taking public transportation...

Posted on: 4/22 19:39
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Re: Should inmates be allowed to vote?
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inmates- NO
convicts- YES

Posted on: 4/18 18:47
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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Wendy's is opening in Journal Square!!!

Posted on: 3/28 19:24
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Re: Liquor Store on Jersey Ave and 8th Street
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sign on the front door says Business Closed and they removed the Jersey City View pics so it would indeed appear Walt's Liquors is officially closed

Posted on: 3/15 13:46
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Re: Early Dismissal at 12:45pm on 2/20 for JCBOE
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JCBOE dismissing tomorrow at 12:45pm due to the anticipated snow storm.

http://www.jcboe.org/boe2015/


wake me when we actually see a real storm this winter, I'm predicting more egg on Gov luv-2-salt's face

Posted on: 2/20 13:40
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Re: Men's Hair Cut Suggestions Downtown JC
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check out the new barber Carlos on Jersey between 3rd and 4th next to Dames, shop is new and clean

Posted on: 1/4 19:14
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Not only should fares rise, but they should add a peak-hour premium to whatever is needed to reduce overcrowding and to encourage folks to go a half hour earlier or later. Unpopular opinion, but PATH is a fraction of the costs associated with driving.



Hell NO.... PATH is only 1/3 of my three zone commute. I first have to get to PATH, then PATH into the City, and then the NYC Subway to uptown Manhattan. I'm not the only one with a 3 zone commute. We don't need more highways clogging the the two tunnels and the GW Bridge into NYC. We need more public subsidies for mass transit to help alleviate traffic conditions all over the tri-state commuting area.


New Jersey is broke and taxes are already sky high. Were are we going to find additional subsidies? I hate it that no one is realistic when it comes to public finance. And to be honest, fares could triple on all three of your segments and I bet it will still be cheaper than driving when considering cost of tolls and parking in NYC. Plus it's going to be physically impossible to add any more cars to the tunnels, so I don't see that as a viable alternative either.

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And last, but water under the proverbial bridge, we should not have wasted billions on WTC PATH station. We PATH riders pay a premium for that debacle every day.


Agreed 1000% with you here - The Oculus was a terrible business decision $4 billion wasted for a shiity mall with poor egress. The port authority should have just sold the air rights for the site to the highest bidder and use the funds for trans-Hudson rail improvements. I wish NYC would bring the 7 line into New Jersey with a stop in Hudson County.


I cant believe people are still so butt hurt about the Oculus. Let it go. We tried that once where we didnt give a shit about commuters and put a massive building over what couldve been a beautiful train station. Its called Penn Station. You already got one. So let the rest of us finally have a nice station again like how it was in the heyday of travel.

Also, the subsidies from that mall help cover the costs of the station, and not to mention, literally every infrastructure project costs $4 billion now. Thats a problem with how we build, not with the PATH specifically.


The Oculus is no Pennsylvania Station of old, it's a shitty, overpriced mall that adds no benefit to commuters and actually hinders those commuting through it. I'll stick by my butt hurt stance

Posted on: 2018/11/9 14:14
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Re: New higher tolls bother you? Man uses rat traps to run Holland Tunnel toll
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He hasn't aged a day in 5 years, he's still 42!

Posted on: 2018/10/23 13:03
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Nonsense. Hoboken Bagels kicks their big fluffy, nasty ass all over town. If someone gave me a bag of Wonder bagels I'd feed them to the ducks.


Those bagels in Hoboken are disgusting, Wonder bagel kicks their butt and that's coming from someone who grew up on the North shore of Long Island where they're superior

Posted on: 2018/9/18 15:41
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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Oh really? Please show me the results of this important race in print. For your info the police finally did exactly that and paused the runners but not until an hour had passed. If thats the case and these races should not be paused than the street should be shutdown and a propper detour be designed.


get over yourself, this is an annual event and you could have planned around it, you're just an entitled asshole

Posted on: 2018/9/18 13:00
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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players over 40 are a no go??

Posted on: 2018/9/17 18:43
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Re: Irish Festival - Today Sept 30th - Exchange Place
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what's the word on the 2018 Jersey City Irish Festival, usually I would have seen it advertised by now for Exchange Place.

Posted on: 2018/9/17 12:35
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Re: You know your neighborhood is gentrifying when...
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who's the fella walking the pig around Hamilton Park neighborhood? saw him this weekend.

Posted on: 2018/9/4 13:56
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Re: 5th Annual Cultural Diversity Festival'18
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Take your family and kids to enjoy a beautiful afternoon at the park with different performances representing different cultures.




And, of course, to celebrate the elusive holy grain of annihilating Western civilization. A project in the works now for decades, ever since the passage of the 1965 immigration act. (Ted Kennedy, not responsible.)

Just one question for my African American friends....how has "multiculturalism" and "diversity" been working out for the African American community? Does this "JCFamilies" organization represent the values of Western civilization by promoting the contrived notions of "cultural diversity, " "multiculturalism" and "inclusiveness" as virtuous?

Anybody attending this so called "festival" is either a) on-board with the White genocide movement or b) a flat-out traitor to the once great country. Of course, I'm sure Steve Fulop will be in attendance, f&*king traitor that he is. As is anyone who supports the state of Israel with such organizing of "diversity" festivals. Which of course, is PRECISELY what this whole festival is about.


WOW I hadn't planned on attending but if it fires you up this much, there's no way I'm missing this fantastic cultural event!!

Posted on: 2018/8/22 15:37
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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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Chris Christie really knows how to pick them.. she is so like him.


from NJ.com- While a Democrat who raised money for Hillary Clinton, Turner was appointed to the Port Authority last year by former Gov. Chris Christie, as part of a pair of appointments that included former GOP state Sen. Kevin O'Toole. Turner was the pick of Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37), who was pushing for more women on the board.

Posted on: 2018/4/25 14:08
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Re: Citi Bike
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If they can't fulfill their end of the contract then the city should cancel it.


that's ridiculous. if the residents don't utilize the service the company should waste time, cost and effort in those areas rather than shift to areas with a population that are clamoring for the bikes?

Posted on: 2018/4/24 12:18
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Re: what to bring to jury duty?
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def bring your own snacks, the measly pay you get doesn't go far in the vending machine they have available.

Posted on: 2018/2/26 13:11
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Re: Parking authority DOES NOT DO ITS JOB
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Licence PLATE V32HNS, belonging to a dark Yukon SUV has been parked on Communipaw Ave and Crescent Ave since January 1, 2018. It is parked in a no parking zone from 6-10 am and on the emergency snow removal route. There is no ticket on the SUV, there is no boot on the SUV, yet it remains parked day after day without repercussions. This truck blocks the morning commute traffic daily. Numerous phone calls have been made TO THE PARKING AUTHORITY WITHOUT RESULTS. Maybe the Parking Authority should do something before an accident occurs!!!!


I doubt the Parking Authority actually monitors this site so maybe post it here... https://seeclickfix.com/downtown_hudson

Posted on: 2018/2/6 13:59
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Re: FM BAR AND RESTAURANT
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from Tony's fb:

A STAGE is born

Bands, bookers, Jersey City Friends,

Lend me your ears (hands and legs). After squeezing sound systems into a Toyota Prius for the past many years, I am happy to announce that come February, Dancing Tony will again have an indoor stage downtown. Not since the nights of 58, when a 300 Watt Yamaha and a rather heavy but portable stage hosted Jersey City's artists and musicians has such a great opportunity presented itself to me.

What makes the new [ad]venture even better is that leading the transformation of FM is Ed Snyder from Ed & Mary's. Prior to before taking over the 9C space, Ed was a supreme bartender and host at Finnegan's in Hoboken, but Ed's roots in music and restaurants and bars started when he was 16 building bars which led him to installing sound systems and at the ripe age 21 he moved out to Portland Or to open his own coffee shop. In-between then and now Ed has opened and managed restaurants, DJed in Europe, and plays a mean bass. In addition to booking nights, Ed will be transforming the menu at FM to fit a musicians budget but with artists taste [translation FM will be gourmet enough]

Keeping a steady hand up front at FM will be Alan Rudolph [Owner-Operator] who formerly owned the Gold Hawk in Hoboken, I first met Alan in 2010 when he came out to Jersey City to talk about opening a venue space in Jersey City. At that time he was selling the Gold Hawk, but was looking to open up some sort of venue space in Jersey City. The Gold Hawk regularly hosted small bands and was the home of the People's Open Mic nights.

What I can say is that between us we have three people interested in expanding the music and art community here in Jersey City. Combining our talents and networks to change FM's tune.

You can keep posted on this through FM's website and of course through the Rock-it-Docket.

There's a lot on the horizon, with having a stage and built in sound system. You can expect us to showcase some great local and not so local talents as well as other events such as trivia, discography night, DJ nights and live band karaoke.

Many of you know that my first goal has always been to support, promote, and expand entertainment in Jersey City, and although my focus may be a little more concentrated with this endeavor, Running Fun is my specialty.

Thanks you kindly!
Dancing Tony

Posted on: 2018/1/30 17:52
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Re: Mortal Again: Christie Blocked at VIP Entrance to Newark Airport
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that's one weak ass response to this weak ass thread, I bet you were teased in the play ground when you were little so now you feel like a big guy hiding on jclist

Posted on: 2018/1/19 14:18
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Re: Uber Driver Attacked in Jersey City ( Washington Blvd/Waterfront)
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No, the beating is not warranted. It's awful to suggest that.

Growing up in NYC these stories were a lot more common in the era of "Gypsy Cabs." Our cities are safer now, and companies like Uber/Lyft can provide some trackability and accountability that did not exist before. But it does underscore the concern some have with companies that work a grey market.

A lot of the taxi industry's objections to ride sharing companies may be based on rent seeking. But there are legitimate concerns to address as well.

To me UBER / Lyft are gypsy cabs. No accountability when you're an "unmarked" car.


they're hardly "unmarked cars" since you have to download the app whether acting as a driver or passenger so all personal data is collected moron

Posted on: 2017/11/29 14:24
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Re: Tripping Over Tombstones
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is it more disrespectful than an abandoned cemetery overgrown with weeds and infested with groundhogs burrowing into the burial sites?


We have both now. I was appalled at the condition of the cemetery on a recent visit. Whoever is in charge of the cemetery is not spending the fundraising money on maintenance.


you no absolutely nothing, did you know that without the fundraising done, the vets that take care of the cemetery would be homeless as the roof of the house was destroyed in hurricane Sandy?

Posted on: 2017/11/15 18:14
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Re: Trick R Treating in Hamilton Park area?
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the last few years I've left a bowl out on my stoop on the 31st. While there are some kids that walk the neighborhood, it seams like the majority of kids I see trick or treating on Halloween seem to hit the businesses on Newark more than the houses. maybe it's a JC thing?

Posted on: 2017/10/26 16:11
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Re: Welcome to the United Colonial States of America
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The 50 state flags have been at the south end of the park for ages. If you are sensitive about Mississippi's flag, then also consider Hawaii's....
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Consider what, the British Union Jack in the corner? Most of us have gotten over the War of 1812.


I get very uncomfortable around talk of the War of 1812, why are you infringing on my safe space post 1812? Webmaster, please delete these triggering remarks about Hawaii.

Posted on: 2017/8/16 15:54
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Re: window replacement - historic district
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Hasn't Steve Nuding retired.


Seems like it. I called the number I could find on google but got no answer. Left a voicemail a few days ago. If anyone knows who has "taken over" for him please let me know.


SMFH maybe read Ryan Vincent's reply below?!

Posted on: 2017/7/14 16:36
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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it's telling that so many republicans don't have a problem with potentially 22 million people losing insurance coverage. i just saw an expert on bloomberg state that about 1/3 of children in the us benefit from medicaid as does 2/3 of people in nursing homes.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/26/us/ ... =top-news&WT.nav=top-news


oh yeah, that coverage nobody can afford when it's necessary to use under Obamacare? I can keep my doctor too, right?

Posted on: 2017/6/27 13:10
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