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Re: Shootings Reported in Greenville and Bergen-Lafayette
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democrats are showing that they are essentially useless when it comes to crime. the new district attorney in manhattan doesn't even want to put muggers in jail; he wants to treat as a misdemeanor. He wants a 20 year maximum jail term for murder. crazee.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/m ... r-AASqEX0?ocid=uxbndlbing

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Re: Article in NY Times on buyers experience moving from Brooklyn to Jersey City
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i didn't realize prices in jersey city had risen so much....wow.

Posted on: 2021/11/16 15:11
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Re: Amazon sets its sights on Jersey City for office space expansion
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i just saw on TV that amazon backed out of taking office space in jersey city. i wonder if this was just a ploy by amazon to get ny to offer up more sweeteners!

Posted on: 2021/11/16 15:10
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Re: PATH System to Install “Tap and Go” Fare Payment
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Port Authority needs to focus on increasing service frequencies and bringing back direct 33rd street - Jersey City train service

Posted on: 2021/11/16 15:07
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Re: Three Victims in Bergen Lafayette Shooting
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time to call in the national guard.

Posted on: 2021/10/15 20:23
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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too bad they didn't build sooner to take advantage of explosive demand in Manhattan

https://gothamist.com/news/desperate-n ... wars-rental-demand-surges

Posted on: 2021/10/15 20:22
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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great news. but I think jc leaders need to pay a visit to Williamsburg
and other parts of nyc to see how attractive buildings with character and oenhances neighborhoods. I'm getting tired of looking at all these non-descript boxes in jcQuote:

CuriousCat wrote:
Hi,

The Journal Squared project at Journal Square from Pavonia Ave to Summit Avenue is about to begin.

I have mixed feelings: At one end, I enjoy some of the nice newer developments in the JC area. Because of them, I get to enjoy nearby restaurants, shops, parks, and just a nicer area than the current JSQ area, which is still clustered and dingy. At the other end, some nicer residential towers that are currently up and running demand rents that I, honestly, cannot afford.

This brings me to the residents about to be displaced. Where are middle income tenants like that suppose to go if they cannot afford to live in a nice building? They are being pushed out so others can enjoy the proximity to the trains leaving the current residents to find something (near transportation) with rent that is $2600+/a month or they would have to move out of JC.

Maybe it's just me but I feel there is no middle ground. It's either a place you can't afford in the luxury towers or a residence that is worse than where one currently is.

With that said, is there a place for middle income residents in JC that's decent?


Posted on: 2021/10/10 11:18
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Re: Journal Squared Project to Begin
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great news. but I think jc leaders need to pay a visit to Williamsburg
and other parts of nyc to see how attractive buildings with character and oenhances neighborhoods. I'm getting tired of looking at all these non-descript boxes in jc

Posted on: 2021/10/10 11:18
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Re: New Private High School to Open Next Fall in Newport
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taxpayer funds pay for the common good; private funds can pay for the superior good.

Posted on: 2021/6/12 2:51
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Re: A Message to the Muralists
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yawn 2

Posted on: 2021/6/11 15:22
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Re: New Private High School to Open Next Fall in Newport
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why are people complaining. if people want to use THEIR money and NOT TAXPAYER's money, who cares?

Posted on: 2021/6/11 14:10
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Re: Controversial Pedestrian Mall Renovation Moves Forward
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why didn't they do this in the winter?

Posted on: 2021/4/30 16:55
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Re: Chinese Company in Talks to Buy Jersey City Site:
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here is something interesting to look at

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Posted on: 2021/4/29 13:00
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Re: Chinese Company in Talks to Buy Jersey City Site:
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I like the way the architecture echoes aspects of the 101 Hudson tower next to it, clever by the architect. Impresseive that they have tried to do something different and interesting, unlike the majority of these new towers that slap up the cheapest brick and glass thing possible.

Robin.


This. 100%

Towers around the world in Asia, London and Dubai are really artful and pushing architecture forward.

And don't get me started how that JC waterfront could have been planned so much better with a world class promenade. What a wasted opportunity facing the incredible NYC skyline.
i agree. not much forward thinking in jersey city; i guess jersey city just leaves that for manhattan and brooklyn

Posted on: 2021/4/27 17:09
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Re: Could Liberty State Park Have More Amenities?
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I have to agree with heights in toto.
In probably one of the more congested areas of the country open space and breathable are such valuable premiums.
There's a monstrosity being built (supposedly) in the meadowlands that has all of the amenities you could wish for at any given time.
Why not pack a little something to eat, bring a kite or a soccer ball and enjoy the breeze down by the water?
Development of one kind will surely bring development of another. The merchant class is relentless in pursuit of monies, and they'll slip into every little loophole.

Keep it green.
so true. i just wish there were more large trees so i could get some shade

Posted on: 2021/4/27 17:04
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public restroom at journal square PATH station
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when is the restroom at journal square PATH station going to be re-opened? It's sort of dis-respectful for them to be taking so long to renovate, re-open?

Posted on: 2021/3/11 14:25
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Re: What's going there?
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what's going on with the mack-cali building on grove and columbus/warren? all the small shops have been gutted and they're working on something? what could it be? 7-eleven? new mcdonalds or chipotle?

Posted on: 2021/3/8 20:35
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Re: Study: More People are Leaving Jersey City
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no surprise that people are leavng nyc/jersey city area. in addition to high housing costs and taxes, i think people are getting fed up with politicians' failure to tackle crime. i frequently see drug users doing needles on the street; soft sentences being meted out to criminals attacking & mugging people, etc.

Posted on: 2021/2/23 15:54
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exterior wall insulation
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any recommendations for exterior wall insulation. also, does nj offer rebates for home insulation.

Posted on: 2020/11/19 18:24
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Re: Vertical Gardens
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Yvonne wrote:
I just found out that Fulop cut the part time staff for budget reasons but found money for this vertical garden.


can't those fired employees collect unemployment?

Posted on: 2020/6/9 17:22
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Re: Delivery companies are fighting city commission caps. Does anybody win?
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Maybe the city should have stayed out of this....and let the market decide.

Posted on: 2020/5/22 8:25
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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More on how telecommuting may affect commercial real estate long term.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/08/tec ... Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage


Interesting article. No doubt many more people may be working from home..but social distancing could mean that companies may not significantly reduce square footage since they may require more square foot/spacing between employees. It will be interesting

Posted on: 2020/5/9 1:10
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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i don't see how one can blame trump or the republican for the problems stemming from the pandemic. yes, he was slow to react or comprehend seriousness of the problem but then factor in past experiences with sars, mers, h1n1, ebola, zika..


On today's briefings, Trump had a timeline showing important dates. On January 17, 2020, there was no reported US cases. By the time he closed on January 31, 2020, there was some cases but no deaths. Slow...how, especially when the WHO is saying it is not transmitted from human to human?

Since whe did the US follow the WHO. Doesn't the US spend billion$ for the best damn intelligence in the world. LOL


Then why pay WHO $450 million a year from the US? Of course the US should follow an international health organization. Perhaps there should be an investigation.
perhaps there should be an investigation? butmuch does the cdc costs? didn't they botch the covid test? let's put the kibosh on the cdc?

Posted on: 2020/4/14 1:41
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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i don't see how one can blame trump or the republican for the problems stemming from the pandemic. yes, he was slow to react or comprehend seriousness of the problem but then factor in past experiences with sars, mers, h1n1, ebola, zika..


On today's briefings, Trump had a timeline showing important dates. On January 17, 2020, there was no reported US cases. By the time he closed on January 31, 2020, there was some cases but no deaths. Slow...how, especially when the WHO is saying it is not transmitted from human to human?

Since whe did the US follow the WHO. Doesn't the US spend billion$ for the best damn intelligence in the world. LOL

Posted on: 2020/4/14 0:50
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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i don't see how one can blame trump or the republican for the problems stemming from the pandemic. yes, he was slow to react or comprehend seriousness of the problem but then factor in past experiences with sars, mers, h1n1, ebola, zika..

Posted on: 2020/4/13 23:24
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Re: Jersey City has big plans for 100 acres on West Side along Hackensack River
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well, there is no way the city could have anticipated coronavirus. eventually, i hope, this crisis will pass and demand for housing will rebound

Posted on: 2020/3/18 14:00
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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Has the air quality inside the theater been improved?
I'd love to return to it, but I had respiratory issues for days after my last visit.
i hope the city allows the lease to lapse so that it can bring someone who can transform the theater into something nice like kings theater in brooklyn.

Posted on: 2020/2/4 17:26
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Re: Plan calls for high-rise to replace 75-year-old public housing complex in JC
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It is obvious some folks on JClist do not go to public meetings in various neighborhoods, it is not Yvonne, it is hundreds of people complaining about loss parking, especially bikes lanes at the expense of cars. There were hundreds of people at Hudson Catholic School including St. Peter's University, making the same complaint. Not to mention, the businesses that are hurt because shoppers go else. Really, how selfish are some comments. In fact the city should do a survey on the people of people that shop in Bayonne or other towns due to the loss of parking.


Thanks for proving my point. Parking, parking, parking but no concern on how parking impacts housing affordability.


Or transit. You could put BRT on a set of N-S JC roads and have a virtual subway, except for...parking. And I actually agree with part of Yvonne's position, more short term parking for local commerce. But what we should have is more and better metered parking in commercial districts the way Hoboken has. But that's a non-starter, since it would take away resident street parking. Even Key foods should have a row of 15 minute meters out front, If I want to drop in for eggs or zucchini on my way driving home from somewhere, I can't, since the daylighting of the corners there's not even illegal spots to use.


But, why advocate for metered, surface parking? Why not *underground* parking? It?s truly astounding that we have not embraced underground parking more widely in the US. Most cities seem to have embraced surface lots, or the incredibly inefficient/wasteful practice of dedicating the first few floors of buildings to be parking decks. If Jersey City pushed for subterranean lots, we could free up a ton of street space for other purposes (wider sidewalks, bike lanes, more retail and commercial space in buildings, more housing units per building, etc) while ensuring that the need for parking is satisfied.

All over Europe, cities of all sizes (including tiny ones) have embraced underground lots and it really is a game changer for improving walkability as well as aesthetics. Why not borrow from that idea and push for our city to do the same?

Imagine an underground lot under city hall; that would satisfy the parking needs for all of the Grove street businesses and restaurants, and the city could then reclaim all the space taken by metered spots to make room for more lanes, or to widen sidewalks. Or, if you want to think more boldly, you could make all of the Grove area into a car-free, pedestrian zone. The underground lot would allow for people to be close to where they need to go, which is the usual complaint, while allowing for efficient use of city surfaces.
i love the way many european cities handle parking by building massive underground lots. oftentimes, i'm not even aware that i'm standing on a massive underground lot until i see cars exiting or a parking sign. i doubt that would go far in the states where people are mostly concerned with free or cheap....the walmart approach to living.

Posted on: 2020/2/2 19:59
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Re: Fluorescent bulb disposal
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thanks. i will check out. also. i heard that ballast tend to fail over time. can i do bypass method with motion sensor lights ?Quote:

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anyone, ever convert a fluorsecent fixture into one that can take led bulbs?[quote]


Done all the time


Ballast Bypass (most energy efficient method) re-wire the light that the new LED tube runs on line voltage.

Ballast compatible: Just pop it in.

Memorial Sloan has been doing the ballast bypass method. They have been getting their bulbs from Tri State LED, which based on their performance tests, proved to be the most reliable.

Posted on: 2019/11/20 14:42
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Re: Jaclyn Fulop & Exchange Physical Therapy Spay & Neuter Fundraiser for LHS
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is there anyone of organization in JC that promotes feral cat adoption? I once adopted a feral cat that was camping in my backyard and it was a wonderful experience but i no longr have time to have a pet.Quote:

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Liberty Humane Society Set To Expand 1st in State $10 Spay &
Neuter Program; 1502 Animals Served in 2019 Alone[/size]

Exchange Physical Therapy Group & Jaclyn Fulop Partner with Liberty Humane Society
to Raise $200k to Support Program; Announce Second Major Fundraiser


We all know that spay and neuter services are essential to stabilizing animal populations and preventing more homeless pets. But too often cost prevents pet owners and cat caretakers from taking this life-saving step.

We are thrilled to continue to bring low-cost spay/neuter to the communities we serve, in memory of Chloe Fulop, the beloved dog who inspired the creation of this program.

The event is November 14th from 7:30pm-9:30pm in Harborside JC Atrium.

Tickets are $40 and proceeds go directly to Spay& Neuter Program

Tickets can be purchased : https://www.exchangephysicaltherapygroup.com/make-a-donation

Posted on: 2019/11/19 21:49
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