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Re: An Open Letter to You, My City Hall Nemesis
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Maybe we should get a few of these

http://tirelock.com/

and then form our own Citizen's Parking Authority to take care of these scofflaws.

Posted on: 2008/6/9 15:35
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Re: Judge escapes scandal, lands city job
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oh yeah... whatever did happen to those judges? that's the problem, these scandals flare up and then noone pays attention to the aftermath -- there are no consequences once all the initial furor dies down.

Posted on: 2008/3/15 4:16
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Re: It's official Stagflation rears it ugly head confirmed by JC resident.
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maybe more people are quitting smoking?

Posted on: 2008/3/15 4:13
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Re: Jersey Ave. funeral home foreclosure
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This place would make a great B&B/ fancy restaurant. Put a saloon in the garage so guests could mix with locals and the fine dining on the first floor of the house. I don't think people would want to permanently live in an old funeral home (condo-ized), but it would be cool for a small hotel. If I had a million dollars (or 3), that is what I would do with it. I love that fountain!

Posted on: 2008/1/8 17:10
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Re: Bomb Scare on 5th street.
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this just in, the jc police are a bunch of morons who treat innocent people unfairly.

in other news, water is discovered to be wet and the sky blue. film at eleven.

Posted on: 2007/10/25 20:39
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Re: OWN TICKETS FIXED? 2 suspended, allegations are probed
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How much do these judges get paid by the city per year? And they couldn't afford to pay their parking tickets?

All four of these jerks: Molina, Sica, Rosen and Sison (yeah, ESPECIALLY YOU SISON) should be forced to give back their wages going back to the first time they "fixed" a ticket for themselves, their friends, or whoever, and also they should be disbarred from ever practicing law again.

Judges with absolutely no judgement abilities whatsover. Only in Jersey City, kids, only in Jersey City.

Posted on: 2007/10/12 2:35
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Re: Are Cops drinking on duty in JC? you have to see this video!!!
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why are you trying to politicize this sefZi? it's not about Healy vs. whoever, it's about the fact that there are some seriously #OOPS#ed up jerk cops in the JCPD.

two in particular i can think of are officers tedesco and connorton (sp?). they are complete assholes. tedesco is just a stupid shithead, and connorton... well, you hear him speak and you realize why the guy became a cop. he thinks people won't make fun of his sylvester the cat impression (to his face at least) if he's wearing the proud drunk-driving-baby-killing blue of the JCPD. both of these tools get off on being shitheads to citizens, and they lack basic skills in dealing with people. this is a problem, and it's not all about healy. it's about the police. many of them seem like they're not even aware of the laws they are supposed to uphold.

Posted on: 2007/10/10 4:24
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Re: Graffiti - Downtown
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I don't see the beauty in stuff like the fence on Erie around 4th street where someone spray painted "Honky Begone". It's been there a while.

I imagine if someone spray painted a swastika, or a racist term for any other group of people, it would cause some sort of hue and cry and get removed, no?

Posted on: 2007/9/14 19:35
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Re: Wayne Street Issues
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especially since the opposite corner has the big "DRUGS" sign for the pharmacy.

and.. add my vote for wondering why the police don't do something about that park...

Posted on: 2007/9/5 14:57
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Re: Embankment- Update Thread
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"Ultimately, all I'm really interested in is seeing the wall come down because it is a blight on the neighborhood in which I live. If housing goes in, so be it. If a park, all the better. If a light rail line, that might be best. I'm most interested in seeing the removal of a major obstacle to a safe, attractive urban space."

The Embankment is in my backyard - literally. I do not consider it a blight, and I do not want to see it come down. It's like a bit of the country in the city, and I did not buy my building anticipating that my peace and privacy would be invaded by construction or a train line running behind my house, people staring into my backyard, bathroom window, etc.

For these reasons, and also because of the lack of green space in Jersey City, the best use for it (in my opinion) would be to keep it as a nature preserve, or maybe to turn each block of it into a different type of park. The low block across from the baseball field could be turned into tennis courts (which downtown lacks) and/or a playground/ landscaped park. The next, more elevated block could be a running track or dog run or something, leaving most of the trees in place for shade relief and oxygen. Then the highest levels could be left as is - bird sanctuary/ nature preserve/ etc. This way you wouldn't have the security concerns of placing a park high above the street where noone can see what's going on, and downtown gets to keep its "lungs".

Posted on: 2007/8/14 15:26
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