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Re: Sidewalk Repair violation and work
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Unrelated, but does any one know what the deal is with the big blue barrier on the sidewalk in front of the church at Jersey and 3rd?

Minor annoyance, but it's been there for weeks with no work happening.


Major annoyance. If a sidewalk must be blocked, then a walkway should be made where the cars park. There's no signage, no walkway and pedestrians have to squeeze between cars and walk in the street to get around that monstrosity. Given how long that church has been half done, I'd say that blue box is going to be there for years. It's horrible having to walk out onto Jersey Ave like that. People get hit on that street all the time.

Please contact Candice about it. http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/citycouncil.aspx?id=1224

Posted on: 2016/10/4 15:30
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Re: Odor
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Jersey City is surrounded by chemical factories and trash processing facilities. http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=27116

Posted on: 2016/9/23 13:24
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Re: Embankment- Update Thread
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Hyman and Yvonne are involved with personal vendettas against the city. Reason and good conscience do not apply to them. Nothing Yvonne or Hyman say should be considered above troll level. They are angry, mean-spirited, real-life trolls who get off on arguing and tying up the city's resources with their selfish and insane ramblings.


Posted on: 2016/4/14 15:27
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Re: summer night smells
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To report the problem to NJ Dept of Environemental Protection, call 1-877-927-6337. They keep track of the number of calls they get in the area to track problems, so it is worth reporting if you smell it. Just called them and they were very pleasant and will give you a case number to follow up with their air enforcement unit, who can be reached at 973-656-4444.

Posted on: 2015/8/1 3:38
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Re: summer night smells
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It might be the toxic smell that's probably been giving us cancer for years:

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=27116

Or it might be the trash trains that pass under Journal Square.

There's a lot of chemical production in Kearny. See map: https://goo.gl/maps/hTsQr

Posted on: 2015/8/1 3:29
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Re: Tilted Kilt - Pub & Eatery (&boobs) - CLOSED
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I have a feeling this is going to be one of those cursed locations.

From the looks of the food on the red cadillac site, they'd have better luck next to a tilted kilt out in the suburbs where people still eat like the '90s. Greasy shredded american cheese, flour tortillas, burnt dry chicken breast, and a whole lot of blah. You can't come to Jersey City and compete with the Taqueria and Orale with a bad location and worse food.

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and some of their reviews:
"Filthy, dirty, and disgusting. The food is old and dried out. Everything is covered in a layer of grime."

"This is the worst experience I've ever had at a restaurant."

"the bottom line here is that its ok if its nots not authentic mexican food but for the price it should at least be decent food and on both counts this restaurant fails."

"This has to be the WORST experience I've ever had at a restaurant.

"Overall, terrible service and long waits for mediocre food. I'd rather get my Mexican food fix at Taco bell."

"First, food is terrible. Amateur Mexican. They can't even get the corn tortillas right, they taste like the ones from a box of Old El Paso! It's insulting to Mexican cuisine. I feel like I can say so because I lived in SoCal and have eaten my fair share of authentic Mexican food. It's really bad. I even returned to give them a second chance but it was still gross. If you like real Mexican try Taqueria in Jersey City or Tacombi in NYC. These places are legit.

Second, it looks like Guy Fieri decorated the place. Purposely tacky.

Third, margaritas taste chemically.

Owners, take note that people like quality. Get your act together because I really want some good Mexican food near home, but if guess for now the best I have is stupid Chipotle....."


"Food is straight up just bland. Nothing at all sticks out on their small and limited menu. Except maybe the salsa- in which the garlic is extremely overpowering. Everything is over priced. "


"Our Vegetarian party of five came to the Red Cadillac to celebrate a birthday. We noticed that all of the main entrées were served with beans and rice and inquired if they were prepared vegetarian. We were reassured MULTIPLE times by our waitress that the sides of rice and beans which are half of the main entrées were vegetarian, however after all five of us (vegetarians)ordered our meals we discovered that they were indeed not. The beans were prepared with bacon and the rice was cooked in chicken broth."



Posted on: 2015/3/31 15:13
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Re: chemical smell in Hamilton Park
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This has been going on for some time:

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=27116

it's probably slowly giving us all cancer.

I suspect it is a chemical company doing something illegal at night.

Posted on: 2014/10/17 14:31
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Re: Toxic air in Jersey City
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It stinks again.

Posted on: 2013/10/4 10:36
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Re: Toxic air in Jersey City
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Anybody else smell a burning chemical smell this morning? It woke me up and I looked around the apartment to see what was burning until I realized it's coming from outside.

Posted on: 2012/10/23 9:03
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Re: Georgia woman files theft charge against Jersey City moving company.
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Be dismissive all you want, but know that you are doing a disservice to every topic you post about if you make it an unreadable blob of text.

A couple hits of the return button is not too much to ask.

Posted on: 2012/7/29 13:06
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Re: Georgia woman files theft charge against Jersey City moving company.
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the OP should have recreated the paragraphs in his/her post?


YES!

Don't copy and paste if you can't format properly. Just post a link.

Posted on: 2012/7/29 5:25
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Re: Lipski leaving Jersey City Economic Development Corporation
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Steve Lipski to accept a job as an assistant principal in the Harrison School District.


Does the Harrison School District not know how to use Google?

A man who urinates on other people to become an assistant principal?

Those poor kids.


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A drunken Jersey City councilman was arrested for urinating on a crowd of concertgoers from the balcony of a Washington nightclub, police and club sources said Saturday.

Councilman Steven Lipski was caught relieving himself onto several revelers at the 9:30 Club during a concert by a Grateful Dead tribute band Friday night, club sources said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world ... le-1.336066#ixzz1yzmNnrwg


Posted on: 2012/6/27 12:18
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Re: Toxic air in Jersey City
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Smelled it again around 8:10 am this morning at Hamilton Park, Saturday June 9th.

Posted on: 2012/6/9 12:25
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Re: Newark Avenue (Little India) issues
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All of Newark ave, from Little India to Grove St should be pedestrian-only with a bike path / emergency lane / street fair running down the middle.

It'll be our version of New York's Broadway.

Posted on: 2012/6/6 21:09
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Re: Toxic air in Jersey City
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The smell was very strong in Hamilton Park this morning about 10 minutes ago. We had to leave the park because our noses were burning!

Call the police non emergency line at 201-547-5477 any time you smell this toxic smoke. They will connect you with the fire department and make a report. Make sure you are clear that this is not normal bbq or wood smoke.

Posted on: 2012/6/2 13:17
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Re: Water Quality in Jersey City?
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We are getting the red bacteria too.

Do you want to see something really scary? Open the back of your toilet and look inside.

I blame global warming.

Posted on: 2012/3/22 12:06
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Re: Autonomous Incinerator Authority hasn't been paying its trash bills, Jersey City Council told
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Kelly said tonight that it’s difficult to control the budget of an autonomous agency, adding that the JCIA has some unexpected revenue that may help alleviate their debt to Waste Management, which picks up city trash for the JCIA, and Hudson County, which disposes of the trash.

The agency is set to receive $1.2 million from the Board of Education for picking up its trash, while there is around $1 million in snow-removal costs that were budgeted but not spent this year, Kelly said.


This guy is a GENIUS! Why solve the problem when we can just pull money from other budgets?

Posted on: 2012/3/15 14:02
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Re: Autonomous Incinerator Authority hasn't been paying its trash bills, Jersey City Council told
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Top Earners of the Incinerator Authority:

TIMOTHY J HAWKES
$141,616

OREN K DABNEY
$139,436

GLENN P CUNNINGHAM
$106,004

CLAYTON DABNEY
$99,036

JOSEPH ZAZZARINO
$96,740

FRANCIS J LAMPARELLI
$94,476

RAJARAM S VASAN
$91,328

TERESA POPE
$87,700

WILLIAM ROONEY
$85,768

WILLIAM J OCONNOR
$85,486

WILLIAM E CUNNINGHAM
$84,536


Interesting to see two Cunninghams on that list.

Also, I don't think that includes fringe benefits, like health care, free cars and other things that they might hand out.

Posted on: 2012/3/14 21:30
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Re: High-speed chase and crash at 2nd & Washington
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This accident helps show how bad that intersection is.

Yes, the guy was in the middle of a hot pursuit, but the road is incredibly awkward and confusing right there. I constantly see people getting confused and nearly hitting other cars or pedestrians through there.

Posted on: 2012/3/14 16:09
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Re: Autonomous Incinerator Authority hasn't been paying its trash bills, Jersey City Council told
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What a bunch of clowns.


THE JERSEY CITY INCINERATOR AUTHORITY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Chairman
P. Terrell Flood
The same!?



Vice Chair
Maureen Hulings
"Whatever happened to Maureen Hulings (vice chairwoman of the parade committee) daughter Amy Hulings who is a Jersey City cop. She was busted for getting into a accident in Newark. The thing was she was on duty as a Jersey City cop at the time. What the heck was she doing in Newark? This made the paper but no outcome was ever given. Was she fired or suspended? She of course should have been fired."
(from the comments here: http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _day_parades_today_i.html )

Commissioners
Frank Checchia

Roger Hejazi
Michael J. Malloy
Michael A. Rooney
Liam M. Tanelli

Chief Executive Officer
Oren K. Dabney Sr.

General Counsel
Timothy J. Hawkes

Mayor
Honorable Jerramiah T. Healy


http://www.jciaonline.org/board.php

Posted on: 2012/3/14 15:58
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Re: Jersey City parking agency signs off on 12 percent pay hike for executive director
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neverleft wrote:

By Terrence T. McDonald/The Jersey Journal

Under the contract, Paretti will receive $120,200 this year, a 3 percent hike over last year. Under the new deal her pay increases about $3,700 annually until 2016, when it will reach $135,286. She will also receive six weeks of vacation, up to 15 sick days annually and a JCPA-paid vehicle.




Is the JCPA self-sufficient, (as it should be) and paying for her salary out of parking fees and fines, or are they sucking on the teet of the property tax payer?

Posted on: 2012/3/11 19:36
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Anybody else notice the crazy strong chlorine smell and taste in the water this morning?!

Nasty!

Posted on: 2012/3/9 13:11
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Re: Jersey City swears in 27-year-old lobbyist as new deputy mayor
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Sounds like a typical sleazeball corrupt politician wannabe to me.

from their horrid website:

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AKA: "We grease palms and get lazy corrupt government officials to do stuff that requires bribes to get done"

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Posted on: 2012/3/8 5:48
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Re: Jersey City swears in 27-year-old lobbyist as new deputy mayor
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nationmaster.com:

Raj Mukherji is a New Jersey lobbyist and political consultant who is under investigation by the FBI which follows a Middlesex County indictment for stalking. Mukherji’s lawyers, including the high-profile Lawrence Lustberg of Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione and former Middlesex County Prosecutor Bob Gluck, have insisted the charges are false and will be dismissed.[1]


Mukherji was also charged in a federal indictment, currently pending, with impersonating a defense intelligence official, misdemeanor possession of false or fraudulent identification, and providing false information. But after the indictment, the U.S. Department of Defense, at the behest of Mukherji's lawyers, verified his commendable service in defense intelligence for the Marine Corps. Two military lawyers confirmed that the seized credentials actually accurately matched his military data, with the exception of his age. Mukherji apparently had used the data on a privately manufactured credential to be admitted to liquor-serving establishments before he turned 21 years old.

http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Raj-Mukherji




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In one instance, the grand jury charged, he continued to stalk one of the women, identified as D.B., even after a judge in New Brunswick ordered him last June 1 to stay away from her and leave her alone. Sameiro told the court the woman was asleep at her boyfriend's home last Oct. 22 when the defendant broke in, apparently startling the couple.

The prosecuting attorney declined outside of court to provide further details on the alleged break-in.

In another incident, the grand jury charged, Mukherji learned he was being investigated for allegedly stalking the women and asked one of them, identified as K.S., not to testify against him, either by withholding critical information or by failing to appear.

http://www.nlsociety.com/forum/index. ... pic/74354-caughtyalookin/


Posted on: 2012/3/7 23:24
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Re: Jersey City swears in 27-year-old lobbyist as new deputy mayor
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Raj Mukherji Said:

"there are creative ways that we think outside the box"

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift.”

“I’ve been blessed in my young adult private-sector career”



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Posted on: 2012/3/3 12:57
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Re: The Jersey City experience in one night?
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Start the night at Hollywood Chicken on Newark. It's great because it's byob. The best chicken in town.

Afterward, go up the road to Jordans on Newark, hopping any night after 10 for some live music, comedy, or just good drinking.

Then roll on over to Indio's on 1st for some pool and coronas.

Maybe stop at the Barge Inn on Monmouth and 3rd after that for some local flavor.

And by the time you get to Guillos Place on 6th and Coles to blast the jukebox and hit on the ladies, the night will be a blur.

Posted on: 2012/2/10 20:15
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Re: Heights: woman's purse snatched at knifepoint at 7:20 p.m. on Central Ave.
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Perps seem to like the "hit em from behind with no warning" method lately.

More likely scenario is perp knocks out man from behind, steals his gun purse, uses it to move on to bigger and better crimes.

Posted on: 2012/1/24 23:15
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Re: Jersey City towing company hit with $86,000 fine; says it will appeal
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this is the best news i've heard all year! I hope they have to pay it. They should pay much more!

Consumers who believe their vehicles have been illegally towed can file a complaint with the DCAby going to www.NJConsumerAffairs.gov, or call ( 800) 242-5846 or (973) 504-6200.

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Posted on: 2011/12/21 20:16
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Re: 2 Jersey City councilmen quizzed by FBI about city's involvement with insurance broker
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Peter Brennan (Center) William Gaughan (Far Left)

Posted on: 2011/12/15 21:52
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