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Re: Rash of Suspected Feral Cat Poisoning in Downtown JC
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I'm on board, having been a cat nurturer and rescuer for a lifetime, and having seen my next-door neighbor's mother-with-litter poisoned two weeks ago. People, please help keep watch and be compassionate. As Gandhi said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Contact us or act independently to make a difference. Thanks.

Posted on: 2013/4/30 2:43
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Re: prosthodontist? especially one that takes Delta?
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You might try calling the dental office of Drs Davis/Saltzberg/Wenger at 201.798.5551. I don't know whether they take Delta, but I assure you that my crown experience there was both painless and long-lasting. Excellent work by serious professionals. The office is at 149 Palisade Avenue, across from Christ Hospital.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2013/4/27 2:53
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Re: Jersey City high-school graduate rate declines to 67 percent
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No mystery here. My daughter essentially refused to show up for classes at Ferris, due to the gladiatorial conduct there.

She got her G.E.D. months later, with no problem.

Bad, bad, BAD supervision and methods.


Posted on: 2012/12/10 22:10
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Re: 5 a.m. Smell Woke Us Up. Is it Kearny again?
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Thank you for your answers. I use a nebulizer and an inhaler, and sometimes my smell and taste get a bit off, but I AM afraid of fire in my building. Gotta get me a coon dog to sniff these things out!

Have a great Easter. Sorry for the people involved in the fire.

Posted on: 2012/4/8 10:49
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5 a.m. Smell Woke Us Up. Is it Kearny again?
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Anybody know the nature of a noxious odor wafting through the windows five-ish this morning? Smelled electrical or petroleum-based. Who knows?

Thanks.

Posted on: 2012/4/8 9:35
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Ferris Students on Lunch Break
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I was a teenager once. Never in my life have I littered and it disturbs me greatly to see even the smallest item cast aside as if the litterer were a dinosaur roaming the earth. Don't want to pick your garbage up?? DON'T THROW IT DOWN IN THE FIRST PLACE. Respect your neighbors. Respect yourself.

Secondly, the block of Wayne Street between Dixon Mills and Jersey Avenue is not a hang-out spot for you to sit on random stoops and smoke blunts, sexually explore each other, or leave your food garbage. There also seems to be a wholesale competition on who can talk the loudest.

Uh. Uh.. Uh.

Posted on: 2012/4/1 1:03
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Shah Taj - 287 Grove Street. Why bother?
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Man, am I pissed. I made it what I thought clear to the nice lady behind the glass food partitions at Shah Taj that what I was doing was ordering for two. Some of this, some of that, on some rice, you know. But she insisted on putting palatial portions in separate containers, and told me it was $31. Hell, no.

Previously in the evening, beginning at six, I had tried to order delivery from Medina (mimimum order $20 last month, today it's $25). The nice lady on the phone was so flustered, and kept having me call back, that it grew dark. That's when I branched into the former place.

Ah. Finally. Shadman's, where they are willing to give you 1/2 pint portions for $2 each, if you ask. Wish they'd deliver.

Posted on: 2012/3/29 1:41
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Postal Workers -- They walk among us
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Despite all recovery efforts, three Christmas packages picked up on December 13 (USPS flat rate, priority) are still missing. I'd frugally, carefully, and delightedly shopped since August, as well as baked goodies like mad. One of the items inside was a 150-year-old Native American moccasin. Nobody knows anything except that they were picked up before they vanished.

Oh, but I'm not bitter.

I'm just sayin'.

Next time, I'm using UPS.

Posted on: 2012/1/6 5:52
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Re: A Cat in Every Home Adoption Campaign Launched
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Awwww. I got up from the couch where I was cuddled underneath my three cats and read the posts. Underneath our seemingly crusty carapaces lurks the soft underbelly and the even creamier interior. Keep on lovin' those cats!

Best wishes for a felinely divine 2012.

Posted on: 2012/1/4 0:45
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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Not only was a friend's bike stolen within five minutes of being chained at lunchtime in front of my house on Wayne, but I remembered that someone had given me a lawnmower for my backyard. Not wanting to drag it through the house that evening, I chained it up inside my iron fence to the window bars, and the next morning, it was gone.

Simply astounding.

Posted on: 2011/9/20 10:39
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Re: Good Doctor in Jersey City
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I have had superior treatment at Horizon Health Center by doctors Jeannette Sujovolsky and Mervet Asfour as an adult female, and my daughter sees Dr. Sodhi there as well. They have offices at Summit Avenue beside the DMV and at 714 Bergen Avenue, although the Bergen Avenue office is moving (yeah!) to 115 Christopher Columbus Avenue soon. Their number is (210) 451.6300.

Both offices have clinic hours as well as appointments. Staff is courteous and the doctors are thorough, personable, respectful.

Posted on: 2011/9/19 16:28
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Re: PostNet
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I am lazy as sin, and often don't want to trek to the post office. At PostNet, I can unload two pounds of homemade cookies to my invalid father, pay an enormous amount, but go home feeling rather happy that he always gets his "stuff." Part of me is filled with the desire to know the difference between what I would have paid at the post office versus PostNet, but I feel an overwhelming support of both Rich and Margie as neighborhood business people.

And who is to say my cookies aren't worth $8.50 a pound?

Yawn.

Posted on: 2011/3/18 4:40
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Re: Plumber?
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I want to give a sterling recommendation for a job well done to Al of Super Rooter (888.533.5551). He and his assistant Eddie didn't have to tear up all my walls and tunnel through to find a cracked sewer pipe that was leaking down three floors. Minimum fuss, avoidance of a huge fetid black mess, easy and quick cleanup. They even do the carpentry repairs afterwards. Reasonable price and fast, professional work!

Posted on: 2010/6/27 14:49
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Re: Dental office
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PAIN-FREE, Whoo-Hee!

I totally recommend the Dental Associates at Christ Hospital, 142 Palisade Avenue (201.798.5551). Good luck!

Posted on: 2009/11/17 2:51
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Re: Cobbler in JC?
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I can recommend Mohammed at Bob's Shoe Repair beside the old Borinquen store between Columbus and Newark on Jersey. He takes great care with his repairs, and is sensitive to your individual needs. Also -- very good prices.

Good luck.

Posted on: 2009/11/6 1:12
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Another Bicycle Stolen in Daylight
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I live on Wayne Street between Jersey and Varick. A female friend of mine had chained her purple bicycle with a basket to my gate and came inside for lunch. Whilst lunching, less than an hour, she found her bicycle stolen, the lock popped. This was Friday, between 1-1.30 pm. WHO HAS THE GALL?

More than just curious.

Posted on: 2009/10/3 2:13
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Re: Steve Fulop
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I hope Steve Fulop is reading all this and knows how much we appreciate all he does for us. KUDOS for putting darts in the drunken target at 107 Wayne Street stoop! SO MUCH BETTER.

Immediate action. Same-day or next-day. Fulop's got my vote.

Thumbs up.

Posted on: 2008/10/21 22:26
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Re: Wayne Street Issues
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Supposedly, over the weekend, according to an eyewitness (not me, I know, second-hand--haven't read the police report yet), a car blocked another one off on Wayne at Barrow, two men brandished guns and robbed the car's three occupants, and took the car.

( ? )

Anybody else heard anything about it?

Posted on: 2008/10/21 22:18
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Re: property code violation - sidewalk repair tripping hazard
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I had a blind friend visiting for 9 months completing a school program, and on our walks from Wayne Street and Varick to PathMark, he more than stumbled on the sidewalks. Taking a grocery cart is impossible, and I must walk on the street itself (and I am not visually impaired). I realize trees do grow, but holey-moley, can't something be done about the sidewalks on Varick? Just fantasizing...

Posted on: 2008/5/16 1:15
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Re: Nicoles on Jersey & Montgomery
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According to their daily offerings chalkboard, a repeat treat is Curry Turkey Cabbage. Three things that combined together defy imagination. Try your luck. Everything I've ever gotten from there was palatable, but still questionable.

Posted on: 2008/5/16 1:10
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Where are our pets buried?
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Dear all, I have a question: Where does a responsible pet owner find a resting place for his/her beloved animals when their time has come?

My vet wanted to charge me $265 for cremation with a ceremony (would I be there at the ceremony? - no, they said). I declined, saying that I had a backyard, a shovel, and knew how to use it.

But what would someone without a backyard do? Thank you for your input on this question.

Posted on: 2008/3/31 4:46
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Steve Fulop is massive with response to problems
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I have made several complaints over the past five years towards Wayne Street and Jersey Avenue with regard to (a) dog barking (and if you hear it, it's coming from 107, #3- but they leave it outside) and the drunks at 107 Wayne Street that I have filed with Steven Fulop's office (as well as the police), and I'm extolling Fulop's office. They get men on the job ASAP. Call Tracy at (201) 333.5978 or (201) 547-5000 or yet again, (201) 547-4824 for a great response to a noise or community complaint.

Posted on: 2008/3/15 10:58
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