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Re: A Typical Day in JC's Construction World
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The rates were set up by the city council members by city ordinance, 3-85.1, not by the union. There are no provisions for overtime rates.

I'm sure if you're a real vendor as you claim, they gave you a copy of the ordinance. Post your invoice and prove it.

Posted on: 2011/7/20 19:41
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Re: JC needs $22 million for payouts for unused sick, vacation & compensatory time to city retires
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When the Schundler administration demanded the records the cops refused to turn them over.


B.S.

If city hall wants records all they have to do is call 8 Erie and ask.

Posted on: 2010/10/25 1:01
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Re: JC needs $22 million for payouts for unused sick, vacation & compensatory time to city retires
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Diogenes2013 wrote:
The bottom line : Most of these insane payouts for unused sick and vacation are going to Police and Fire retirees. The City continues to allow the Police and Fire Dept's to keep their own personnel records, for sick and vacation time usage, with no civilian oversight. It's a recipe for fraud and a bankrupt City.



The Police Fiscal dept is all civilian, including the head of the dept.

Posted on: 2010/10/25 0:37
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Re: Are Cops drinking on duty in JC? you have to see this video!!!
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s6k Media, What are the criminal charges you want everyone charged with?

Check your spelling in the video.

Also,You really should not be using Pink Floyd music without their permisson. You may be criminally charged.

Posted on: 2007/10/15 19:27
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Re: Anybody have any idea if/when Washington will be a two way street again?
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Washington used to end at second then start again at sixth. Second to sixth was Conrail property and fenced off.

Posted on: 2007/1/9 1:53
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Re: The jersey city horsey set
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I don't know its exact location. Its by 185, caven point rd & linden ave. on the JC Bayonne Border. I knew a couple of people who kept their horses there. It was a private stable on a large companies property.

Posted on: 2006/12/19 1:56
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Re: The jersey city horsey set
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Mostly likely they came from the stables down by caven point.

They used come thru LSP and stop the a bar at Jersey and Grand, tie the horses on the fence then get a drink inside.

Posted on: 2006/12/17 22:44
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Re: Notorious Mob Hitman born in home on 3rd and Erie
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Old news.

Posted on: 2006/10/18 1:07
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Re: Ending homelessness in 10 years --- Lucy's Shelter on Grove Street
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MrGrieves wrote:
It's way the heck north on Grove on the hoboken border. Besides, they are sheltering the homeless, not fostering it. Lucy's is a very worthy place to donate food or anything else worthwhile, including furniture. They have a van and are able to pick up, though I don't know if they make a habit of it.


St. Lusy's is not on the Hoboken border. It's at 16th and Grove.

They don't accept any donations such as furniture. I think they don't even accept food.

It's a place for the homeless to sleep and shower. Most of them don't like because of violence and theft. The homeless there go to hamilton park to spend their time.

St. Lucys kicks them out before noon and has a curfew time when they lock the doors.

Posted on: 2006/9/23 21:45
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Re: Police Chief Thomas Comey and another officer, while en route, make arrests in a drive-by drug b
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That arrest is made every ten minutes is the South.

It's a ground ball. easy out.

Posted on: 2006/9/23 21:37
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JCPD Deputy Chief John Sheyka Dies
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Deputy Chief John Sheyka died today. The JCPD sadly announced the passing of D/C John Sheyka.

John was without a doubt the most knowledgeable person in the Jersey City Police Dept.

Posted on: 2006/9/8 1:32
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Re: Police Officer Domenick J. Infantes Jr. - Friday, July 6, 2001
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Posted on: 2006/7/6 17:43
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Police Officer Domenick J. Infantes Jr. - Friday, July 6, 2001
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Patrolman Domenick Infantes succumbed to wounds received when he was severely beaten by two brothers during a confrontation about fireworks on the 4th of July 2001.

Patrolman Infantes was attending a neighborhood party while off duty when the two men began setting off and throwing firecrackers near children. A dispute started between the men and a neighbor, and the neighbor was struck with a pipe.

Patrolman Infantes, who was unarmed at the time, came to the man's aid, displayed his badge, and identified himself as an officer. The two men demanded to see Patrolman Infantes' gun as well because they did not believe he was a police officer. The men then struck him in the head with a 4-foot lead pipe and continued to beat him with pipes until backup units arrived. The pipes that were used had the names of the suspects engraved on them.

Patrolman Infantes was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds two days later. The two suspects were charged with murder.

On October 30, 2003 a jury found one suspect not guilty on all charges against him, and found the second suspect not guilty of murder, but guilty of a lesser charge of reckless manslaughter.

Patrolman Infantes had served with the Jersey City Police Department for seven years.

He is survived by his wife, parents, and a brother, who later became a Jersey City Police Officer.

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Posted on: 2006/7/6 1:15
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Re: Post your Pimp Sightings Here
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Passed him on Grove St today.

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Posted on: 2006/6/19 19:38
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Jersey City Mayor Healy arrested after Bradley Beach incident
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Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy arrested after Bradley Beach incident

Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 06/17/06

BRADLEY BEACH -- Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy was arrested early this morning and issued two summons for disorderly persons offenses following a predawn incident today outside Barry's Tavern, according to Dep. Chief Leonard Guida.

Healy was arrested around 2 a.m. today and issued a summons for disorderly conduct and a second summons for resisting arrest, Guida said.

Healy was released soon after he was charged.

No other details were available, Guida said.

-- Andrea Alexander

http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/arti ... D=/20060617/NEWS/60617021

Posted on: 2006/6/18 15:24
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Re: Police Chief Robert Troy calling it quits - Healy expects the city's top cop to retire within we
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lostgirl wrote:
When is the last time any city official has taken a walk down Columbus Ave?


Where's Columbus Ave?


Lostgirl, stop complaining, (parking lots, supermarkets, and babies). It's not a way to attract men.

Posted on: 2006/6/14 20:10
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Re: Ideas for Jersey City T-shirts
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"I AM THE LAW"

Posted on: 2006/6/14 1:18
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Re: JCPD Gun Instructor and Retired cop indicted in car 'assault' on DOT worker-: Jersey Journal
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GrovePath wrote:
Yeah there seems to be an anger management problem here -- maybe guns are a bad thing for him to have access to.

from the charges: "Mathus allegedly refused to wait and, ignoring the worker's instructions, drove around him and continued through the work area, hitting another DOT employee"


It's more like an accident than an assault. If that is what happened. Remember, it's only one side of the story.

If he works at the range he teaches people how to use guns, he doesn't have access to any other guns beside of his own.

Why don't you wait for the final outcome before you send people to anger management classes.

There's nothing to see here, move on.

P.S.
Please stop posting the news, we know where to get it.

Posted on: 2006/6/1 17:20
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Re: **CELEBRITY SIGHTINGS IN JERSEY CITY ***
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Saw James Rebhorn in BJ's last week. Security guard said he live's in Avalon Cove.

Posted on: 2006/5/27 0:44
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Re: Police Brutality Allegations from Filipino Community
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I guess no one ever mentored that woman when she was a child, or told her "I love you."

C'mon, Newsboy, where are you? You should be all over this one!



He should at least be carrying enough money to break a hundred dollar bill. It must have been a slow night.

Posted on: 2006/4/4 21:46
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Re: Jersey City Guardian Angels announce Public Meeting on Safety and Security: ‘Dare to Care’
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However, I pointed out that if you want to yell at the Captain come to our Watch mtgs.


You yell at the Captain?

Posted on: 2006/3/16 22:26
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Re: Amid the Glitter, JC's Growing Pains
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Quote:

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Newsboy, thetruth was referring to MrGrieve's post:

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I was bowled over when I read that. We all know the dispatchers suck, but for Troy to acknowledge it and offer no solution was truly shocking. Perhaps a temporary solution is to call the nearest precinct instead. I did this the last time I had an emergency and the cops came swiftly.


Personally, the last time I had to call re: an emergency, I called (201)547-5477 and saw the dispatched officers very quickly.


The 911 and 5477 operators are the same people.


911/5477 operators and dispatchers are different people doing different jobs.

Posted on: 2006/3/5 22:11
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Re: Amid the Glitter, JC's Growing Pains
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JSalt wrote:
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Newsboy wrote:
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thetruth wrote:
also, with so many people having cell phones, can someone publish the number/s that should be called in the case of an emergency downtown? i'd like to program these into my phone.


I think it's 911


Sarcastic and illiterate, very nice. The question was about cell phones. 911 on cell phones doesn't get you your local police department.


Don't be stupid. Who are you are getting Hawaii?

When the 911 operator answers they say what agency you got.

All you have to do is ask for Jersey City 911. Most likely your getting the County 911. Dumbass.


Posted on: 2006/3/5 22:07
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Re: Amid the Glitter, JC's Growing Pains
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Quote:

thetruth wrote:
also, with so many people having cell phones, can someone publish the number/s that should be called in the case of an emergency downtown? i'd like to program these into my phone.


I think it's 911

Posted on: 2006/3/5 17:37
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Re: Police Brutality Allegations from Filipino Community
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Lies, Lies


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As for Alan James Alda, his charges were dismissed on February 21, and he was given a $133 fine for a ?breach of peace.?


He admitted or was found guilty.

You don't get a fine if your charges are dismissed.

Posted on: 2006/2/28 0:47
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Re: Police Brutality Allegations from Filipino Community
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I vote for crybabies.

3Am + fighting w/ cabbies / (drunk + fighting w/ police)=Jail

Beware of Filipino terrortists!!!


Where was the brutality anyway?

Bru?tal?i?ty

1. The state or quality of being ruthless, cruel, harsh, or unrelenting.

2. A ruthless, cruel, harsh, or unrelenting act.

Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Noun 1. brutality - the trait of extreme cruelty
ferociousness, savageness, savagery, viciousness
cruelness, cruelty, harshness - the quality of being cruel and causing tension or annoyance
2. brutality - a brutal barbarous savage act
barbarism, barbarity, savagery
atrocity, inhumanity - an act of atrocious cruelty


Posted on: 2006/2/22 21:04
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Filipino Terrorists
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Filipino terrorists click here....BOOM




Filipino terrorists gearing up for campaign
By Connie Levett Herald Correspondent in Bangkok
June 18, 2005

A radical organisation of Christian converts to Islam with close links to the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group has emerged in the Philippines, raising fears of a new cycle of terrorist attacks, possibly suicide bombings.

The most senior Philippine security official sounded the alert as the Government set up a taskforce to investigate intelligence that Jemaah Islamiah and Abu Sayyaf are recruiting suicide bombers in the country's south.

The new intelligence suggests the two terrorist groups are also recruiting disaffected members of another group, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, which is involved in peace negotiations with the national government.

"Abu Sayyaf has succeeded in networking itself with Jemaah Islamiah and even al-Qaeda," said Norberto Gonzales, national security adviser to President Gloria Arroyo. "Rajah Sulaiman group is an organisation of Christian converts that has established links to Abu Sayyaf [and] its operation is under the control of Abu Sayyaf."

Suicide bombings had been used by Jemaah Islamiah but were rare for Filipino terrorist groups, he said. "In the case of the converts, we are looking at this seriously. Martyrdom is very strong in the Catholic faith," he said, speaking of potential suicide bomber recruits. Abu Sayyaf appeared focused on the cleansing of infidels, and there "will be new attempts at conversion".

The Rajas Sulaiman Group claimed responsibility for bombing the SuperFerry 14 in Manila Harbour on February 26 last year, killing more than 100 people. The group member Redondo Cain Delloso is in jail awaiting trial for the bombing.

Mr Gonzales told the Herald the role of Filipino terrorists had historically been to provide training venues, not to export terrorists. But recent intelligence on marine terrorism from those in custody suggests this may be changing. It claims Jemaah Islamiah and Abu Sayyaf members are being trained in scuba diving in preparation for attacks on ships.

Mr Gonzales said fewer than 10 people were understood to be involved in the plot. "So far, all the operations we have uncovered were done by very small cells.

"In the past we always thought bombings were connected to some of the things we did domestically, but we are now looking at an international extension, at a new global phenomenon."

Posted on: 2006/2/22 2:06
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Re: Police Brutality Allegations from Filipino Community
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Posted on: 2006/2/22 1:04
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Re: Just Complaining List
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Quote:

1djcview wrote:
but in my 50 years i have seen plenty of inappropriate behavior from police officers on the street.


In Jersey City?

What did you do about it?

What may seems inappropriate to you may fall into proper policy, regulations, guidelines, or law.

JustComplainingLIST

Posted on: 2006/2/19 16:17
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Just Complaining List
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Quote:

1djcview wrote:

it comes with the territory, with stickng your neck out, and it behooves someone like a PD Community Liaison to work on dealing with it.


The police do not stick their neck out, they do a job and how would it behoove the police to deal with it?

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1djcview wrote:
on a side note, what you call "police bashing" is sometimes hard but appropriate reaction to inappropriate behavior. we all have seen PD officers lose their professional attitude and act out of turn.


When or where on this forum has an officer lost their professional attitude and acted out of turn (whatever that means) to warrant the PD to receive the constant bashing on this self-important meaningless forum?

The webmaster should change the name of this site to the:

Just Complaining List

Posted on: 2006/2/18 21:15
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