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New Jersey $1M Cash4Life ticket set to expire
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The ticket was purchased on Feb. 22, 2016 at EZ Market & Liquors in Jersey City


http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2 ... ife-ticket-set-to-expire/

Posted on: 2017/2/1 18:43
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No water pressure - HP
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No water on 10th and Jersey. Any others?

Posted on: 2016/4/6 11:32
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Re: Looking for Kids soccer class
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I see one in Hamilton Park on Sunday mornings, but I can't figure out who runs it. If anyone knows, please inform us.

Posted on: 2015/11/17 2:19
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Re: how much to tip pizza delivery person
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You've never ordered a pizza before?!
Wow.

Posted on: 2014/11/22 3:43
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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hero69 wrote:
some more objective info on obamacare

http://www.bloombergview.com/quicktake/obamacare-assessed


Objective!? Consider the article's reliance on the Census Bureau. Then read this:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/merrillma ... in-government-statistics/

All from a president who promised a change and more transparency instead of taking the current state and making it worse.

Posted on: 2014/11/15 7:10
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Re: Advice needed on a situation
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Reputable contractors usually have their own professional liability insurance in case they break something in your house. Perhaps you should chase the contractor down for compensation and let him deal with it in terms of making a claim with his insurance provider, if he has one.

Posted on: 2014/11/14 2:11
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Re: it's gonna be fun watching the GOP squirm after the mid-term election
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I doubt the squirming you are hoping for will match the squirming going on in this city since Tuesday night. It is glorious. And it certainly won't match the squirming going on at MSNBC and the pluffington host. My freud has not been this schaddened since the Sox came back from 3 games down to beat the spankees in the ALCS. Now excuse me while I go to my DVR right now to re-watch MSNBC's Tuesday night broadcast.

Posted on: 2014/11/7 2:54
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Re: PATH is down again today!
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brewster wrote:
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Monroe wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
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Rorschach wrote:
The problem with the Port Authority, it's been a political patronage cesspool for decades. There is absolutely no accountability because the political leaders who appoint their cronies will not punish them.

I truly believe that Cuomo doesn't care because the system serves NJ and Christie doesn't care because he's a suburban Republican from West NJ.


Definitely this. I'll add that Christie is busy raising donations for national office. This is probably the last thing on his mind. The only way he'd care is if there were news articles discussing the abysmal failure of the PA on his watch, and I doubt that will happen.


Cuomo is out trying to score half a billion dollars from the NY State EPA by diverting 'clean water' money to fund the Tappan Zee Bridge-is that screwing up the PATH as well?

Putting the blame on Christie for PATH failures is stupid, unless you also want to have Cuomo share the blame equally, and both would be wrong anyway.


Difference is no one expects Cuomo to give a crap, but given how many citizens of his state commute using PATH and other transit, Christie should care about trans Hudson mass transit. But he's made clear he doesn't by diverting funds from transit to roads. Had the billions in PA cash diverted inappropriately to the Skyway been spent (as they should have) on the PATH upgrades, things would be different. The Skyway sure needed help, but not from the PA.


Only a fool would excuse Cuomo on the premise that "no one expects Cuomo to give a crap". NY is just as much affected by the PATH as NJ is. Similarly Newark airport is as affected as what goes on (or doesn't go on) at JFK. And it wasn't "billions" that went to the Skyway. It was $1.8 billion. And it wasn't inappropriately diverted. It was perfectly well diverted through appropriate channels. Stop with the hyperbole and stick with the facts.

Posted on: 2014/9/26 4:17
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Re: LOTS of new Stop Signs Downtown
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The intersection had absolutely no signage so essentially cars going north on West Hamilton Place and cars going east on Pavonia Avenue both had the "right of way", i.e. an accident waiting to happen. In any case, I did reach out to Candice and she informed me of this frustrating fight since October 2013. Well, finally a stop sign was installed today for those traveling east on Pavonia. Painted crosswalks will be there tomorrow.

Posted on: 2014/9/16 22:01
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Re: LOTS of new Stop Signs Downtown
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There currently is no stop sign at the intersection of West Hamilton Place and Pavonia. I find this dangerous and absurd. I opened a request with the RRC on May 3rd. It is currently under assessment and I was told it can take up to 6 months for an assessment, but mine request was given "priority" since it was next to a park. Four months later I am still baffled what the problem could be as to why that intersection doesn't deserve a stop sign or two immediately. Am I wrong to think that there should at least be one stop sign at that intersection, probably two? The fact that there is not stop sign at all is asking for an accident. Please be careful when crossing those streets.

Posted on: 2014/9/16 1:19
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Re: Low water pressure 8th & Erie?
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Yes 10th & Erie. I called United Water emergency line. They are trying to find if there's a water main break. Their treatment facility reported an increased demand in water which is usually indicative of a break. They've been getting a lot of calls of low pressure, but nobody is reporting the rush of water. So they are aware of the problem in our area, but are looking for the source.

Posted on: 2013/7/14 11:30
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Re: Vote by Email of Fax
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What was the third question on the General Election ballot for Hudson county? I remember the question about moving the BOE election from April to Nov and the question about the bond for higher education facilities expansion. Can't remember last one.

Posted on: 2012/11/4 13:21
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Re: Won't keep $17G tied to Dwek, Healy says
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CNBC is replaying the American Greed episode on Solomon Dwek tonight at 1am. I haven't seen it yet and not sure it will mention Healy.

Posted on: 2012/10/15 20:21
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Re: Hamilton Park Farmer's Market
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Anyone think the HP Farmer's Market is on today? Can anyone along the park do me a solid and look out a window to see if there are vendors set up, especially Stony Hill? Thanks.

Posted on: 2012/7/18 21:04
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- Jersey Avenue
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Enjoyed a meal on Wednesday. Had the fried sweetbreads. It was delicious. Chuckled at the Delta Air Lines flatware. It's clear you love to fry...and it shows!

Posted on: 2012/4/21 0:43
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Re: Looking for input of unofficial Jersey City landmarks
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Colgate Clock

Posted on: 2011/8/1 17:06
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Re: Park & Sixth Comfort Food on Grove Street
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What happened to this place? I was craving a Joe The Plumber, but the place was closed. It's going through renovation and says there will be a new product? I liked the old product, but just couldn't get there often :(

Posted on: 2011/6/4 23:57
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Re: Councilman Steven Fulop: Ward E Update, Fall 2008
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I fear the 9th & Marin light will never ever ever be constructed. Steven, your update said it was approved in 2008, but nothing has been done. Cars traveling northbound are really speeding from 6th Street to the Holland Tunnel. There are so many kids crossing there....a crossing guard was hit by a car on April 25, 2008. It's more than three years later! Why has nothing been done to date? I'm disgusted.

Posted on: 2011/5/20 19:56
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Re: Dance Classes for my 3 year-old?
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I've heard good things about Next Step Broadway in Hamilton Park.

Posted on: 2010/8/12 18:40
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Re: Help please
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wow...jclist is global!

Posted on: 2010/8/12 18:27
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Update
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Do you think "No Ball Playing" signs on the lawns would help keep the lawns in good shape? I believe VVP had such signs...or at least they did years ago.

Posted on: 2010/8/12 18:24
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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Another serious accident on intersection of 10th and Erie tonight. Ambulance, police and flatbed tow trucks. There needs to be a full traffic light here!!! Fulop....are you reading??!!! This is one dangerous intersection.

Posted on: 2009/10/12 4:51
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Re: Won't keep $17G tied to Dwek, Healy says
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Will he also get a tax deduction for the donations to charity? This is so a$$ backwards.

Posted on: 2009/8/13 16:50
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10th & Erie: Full traffic light needed
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There was just an accident at the intersection of 10th & Erie where the blinking light is. There really needs to be a full traffic light at this intersection. The people sitting outside the Embankment were treated to a front row seat....however, what if the accident was worse and one of the cars got thrown into the outside seating area of the Embankment. Does anyone agree we need a full light there?

FYI - I've written to our councilman about this in the past and it was considered as a need, but it didn't get approval.

Posted on: 2009/8/2 23:41
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Re: Shore Club Vs Mandalay
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North Pier Apartments -- they are rentals.

Posted on: 2009/7/27 2:35
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Re: Best pizza in JC????
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Does anyone know if the Grandma's truck is still around. Haven't seen it. Not only is that the best pizza in JC, but it's the best pizza I've ever had. When I ate it I couldn't believe it was produced in that truck!


I'm eating a slice from Grandma's truck right now. It is the best. It's outside Plaza 10 on Hudson St., across the street from the north end of the Harborside Light Rail Station.

Posted on: 2009/5/15 18:16
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Drum beating in Hamilton Park area
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Anyone else hear the drum beating? Is there a parade going on? Sounds like a marching band.

Posted on: 2009/4/4 15:53
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Re: JC regulations on Recycling and Garbage-Anyone know?
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Yes, those posters would be ideal. Pictures mean no guessing is involved.

I lived in Queens and two years ago they made those posters into 5x7 refridgerator magnets. It was so easy to refer to.

Posted on: 2009/3/26 18:39
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Re: JC regulations on Recycling and Garbage-Anyone know?
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Here's the link to the specific pamphlet I was referring to:

http://www.hcia.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=55

Posted on: 2009/3/26 18:25
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Re: JC regulations on Recycling and Garbage-Anyone know?
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It is the law. The law is called "The New Jersey Statewide Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act". The act became law in April 1987.

You must go to HCIA (Hudson County Improvement Authority). Their Environmental Hotline is 1-800-540-0987 and their website is Hudson County Improvement Authority

I have a pamphlet that specifically says "All homeowners and tenants, including occupants of multi-family housing units" must recycle. You may want to ask the HCIA for a bunch of copies of the pamphlet entitled "A Quick Guide to Recycling in Hudson County" so you can give them to your tenants. You can also request posters from the HCIA for you to put in your garbage room for reinforcement.

I hate when people don't recycle too. My office building wasn't recycling and I reported them.

Posted on: 2009/3/26 18:15
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