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Re: Local Pet Care Provider Passed
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So sad how someone so young, vibrant and full of life is suddenly and so abruptly gone. He will surely be missed.

Just wanted to note that the zipcode for Bella's Education fund is now included:The Beckett Group of Merrill Lynch, 12 Howard Blvd, 3rd Floor, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054 for those of you interested in sending a donation...

Posted on: 2010/11/11 1:25
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Re: Trained Dog Attacking on 1st and Erie
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so does anybody know this asshat? short, bald, white or hispanic, with a large white dog and serious anger issues.


Is this the "dog-walker" who usually around the HC/HP neighborhood walking 4 or 5 husky looking dogs? He has anger issues!


If you are speaking of Rob "Dog" Rizzo, who happens to be bald headed and walks several huskies, along with some other dogs in the Hamilton park area, I know him well enough to know that he would never walk a dog off leash, ever. I see him all throughout the day, every day for well over a year and I know he would never have anything to do with the ridiculous stunt that was pulled by this other individual. I myself am a dogwalker and would without hesitation have him care for my dog if necessary. I have seen personally how attentive and caring he is with his dogs... Definitely NOT Rob "Dog" Rizzo. Nope...

Posted on: 2009/8/6 3:07
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Re: DANGEROUS GRAND STREET IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY
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I actually cross Grand and Liberty view drive monday through friday and am always very nervous because there is no light. I had no idea that it was due to something as simple as a color. I will also be making a call...

Posted on: 2009/7/20 2:50
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Re: Heights: 16-year-old boy urged slamming 13-year-old girl's head into pavement in taped attack
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I'm quite puzzled and disgusted with all of the senseless crimes going on jersey city. I haven't checked statistically but it seems to me that "crime incidents" here are on the rise.
And why would someone enable and encourage another individual on said crime then proceed to record it? That's some type of sick "glorification"

Posted on: 2009/7/12 14:33
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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I haven't had my bike stolen but I did have my front tire slashed just yesterday. The slash had to be at least 2 feet long. It happened on Steuben St right near the Path station, however my observation has been that on Newark ave right by Jersey Ave for at least 10 months someone has been selling used bikes for really cheap.
I've noticed that at times it's 1 bike sometimes 3 or 4 on 2 different corners locked with a makeshift sign with a price and phone number.
What I find odd is that I'm always seeing different bikes and some have been covered or disguised with reflective tape. I can't help but wonder if these bikes are stolen. I see too many differentt ones all the time except for lately. I'm guessing that it's due to all of the sidewalk construction and police presence in that area.

Posted on: 2009/7/1 0:26
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Taste of India at Newport Centre Mall
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There's a new "Taste Of India" At Newport Centre in the food court. I would never have expected the food to be better than some of the local indian restaurants in Jersey City.
I've gone at least 4 times in the last 3 weeks. The food is very fresh, delicious and oh so spicy. I love the convenience and it's very affordable plus they have a great staff there. I've noticed that the the sides vary on a daily basis, I love that.
Will keep going, and going and going...

Posted on: 2009/6/16 9:00
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Update
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Oh lord, here we go again... Clearly you don't walk by W. Hamilton Place...there's all new sidewalks going in. Just stop being an alarmist!!


alarm·ist (-ist)

noun

a person who habitually spreads alarming rumors, exaggerated reports of danger, etc.

1. a person who tends to raise alarms, esp. without sufficient reason, as by exaggerating dangers or prophesying calamities.

Check your vocabulary before you start spewing nonsense Clancey...

Posted on: 2009/6/5 0:20
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Update
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I walk by the park everyday and I have seen Workers there out and about but I'm seeing absolutely no progress at all. It's been over 5 weeks. What's going on? What's taking soooooooo long? Personally I am not seeing my tax dollars at work...


They tore up the sidewalk on the West Hamilton side to install the new drainage system. They finished that part and have repaved the sidewalks. That has taken about 3 weeks. It is frustrating that the work is focused on one thing at a time and the slightest bit of rain seems to halt all work. Hopefully the aesthetic work will be quicker once the new infrastructure is in place.


It is frustrating! That park is convenient and was already beautiful. I am not at all against updating the place, I just miss hanging out there. I wish it would go faster, faster...

Posted on: 2009/6/5 0:16
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Update
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Oh lord, here we go again... Clearly you don't walk by W. Hamilton Place...there's all new sidewalks going in. Just stop being an alarmist!!


Actually, I do walk by there at least 2 times a day, 5 days a week. Sure there are new sidewalks going up but why is it going sooo slow. It's springtime, I'd like to enjoy the park! At this rate it seems like I'll be going next spring. How does me expressing the lengthy process make me an alarmist? You know what don't bother answering.

Posted on: 2009/6/5 0:12
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Update
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I walk by the park everyday and I have seen Workers there out and about but I'm seeing absolutely no progress at all. It's been over 5 weeks. What's going on? What's taking soooooooo long? Personally I am not seeing my tax dollars at work...

Posted on: 2009/6/4 23:39
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Re: Two Jersey City cops arrested - "down the shore" on Memorial Day weekend - punched a woman & DUI
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What a tall and lovely drink...

Posted on: 2009/5/28 12:14
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Testing Sirens today in Jersey City
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On Friday, May 15, 2009, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., the Hudson County Office of Emergency Management will be testing emergency alert sirens throughout the county. We have several locations in Jersey City. Residents may hear a loud siren at one or more times during the day, and should not be alarmed. This is NOT an emergency, but only a test.
For more information, please visit the city website at http://www.jerseycitynj.gov.

Posted on: 2009/5/15 12:12
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Re: Disobedient Dog Owner
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"déme el perro. Tengo el número del INS en dial de la velocidad."


Translated: Give me the dog. I have the INS on speed dial.

Posted on: 2009/5/5 11:39
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Re: Downtowns impenetrable forcefield pierced by gunman... again
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These guys are really stupid, who carries cash any more?


How does carrying cash make someone stupid. On a daily basis going into different establishments cash is constantly being exchanged. I'm sure this is the case all over the United States. $27 isn't so much to lose. The issue here is the crime being committed, not that the guy who got robbed is carrying cash. How does that make him stupid?

Posted on: 2009/4/28 12:15
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
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el aguila dorada in bayonne was mentioned earlier in the thread. and also, while more pricey, i prefer charritos in the heights (it's more of a sit down restaurant rather than quick taco fix though).


I beg to agree. Charrito's food is flavorful and tastes authentic. It is deelish.

Posted on: 2009/4/26 16:57
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
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The food is bland and the service was lacking. One trip there was enough for me.

Posted on: 2009/4/26 16:17
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Re: Boycott A-1 Deli
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I walk by A-1 deli everyday but have never gone in and am so relieved that I've never spent a single dime at that place. I feel bad for the Lee's, they're in a difficult position.

Posted on: 2009/4/26 16:08
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Re: Crime last night Brunswick and Wayne
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Dixon Mills Security Officer ...All he seemed to know was that youths, high school aged were involved and that's it.


Ferris High school students were involved? What a shocker!

Can we get them to keep these kids in school during lunch time?


He never said that they were from Ferris HS, all he said was that they were high school aged. The information he had received was pretty vague.

Posted on: 2009/4/25 11:21
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Re: Crime last night Brunswick and Wayne
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Dixon Mills Security Officer J.L. approached me today and asked me if I knew anything about it or if I was around since I work that area in the early evening. I was already gone when the incident occurred. All he seemed to know was that youths, high school aged were involved and that's it.

Posted on: 2009/4/25 3:12
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Re: Bike Security
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Mathias wrote:
Most bikes on the street are easy prey for bike thieves.

I would not recommend locking up a bike outside but if you must you will need to buy multiple locks and take special care that all removable parts are secured to the frame.

Here is a a great video about locking up bikes.



Thanks for posting the video. It gave me some additional tips...

Posted on: 2009/3/28 16:44
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My bike is being adjusted
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I use my bike to work for several reasons.It saves on gas, it's good for the environment, it keeps me in shape and I don't have to worry about parking, plus I just love riding my bike all over the place even when I'm not working.

In the last 2 months while working downtown, I have discovered that the gears have been altered, my seat has either been lowered and a couple of days it was apparently raised higher than normal or turned into a crooked position. My bike's pretty short as I am not the tallest of people but I had some trouble getting on it.

I can't figure out if someone's playing a practical joke or if there's some kind of attempt to steal my seat? I was just wondering if any other bike riders here have experienced this. It seems to happen close to the grove street area. It's getting pretty annoying.

Posted on: 2009/3/28 6:12
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Re: JC Heights - Safety?
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Oh gawd. Whatever!
(I lurv the madlibs thing. It's perfect).
I like the heights, I've been here a few years and stayed weekends here often even before that. My husband has lived here since 1992 or so. We're located right near Christ Hospital and I walk home from the Journal Square path station at all hours of the night and I've never had a problem. I run 8-10 miles almost every day, often as late as 11:00 pm either down Webster and into Union City/ Weehawken, down Baldwin and into Lincoln park via Vroom/JFK or down Newark and into Liberty State via Jersey Ave.

I've never felt unsafe here. We've never been broken into (knock on wood) and I've never been hassled. Occasionally teenagers will run up alongside me if they are egged on by their friends, but it's always done in jest and I end up trading jokes and barbs with them as they kick my old slow ass for a few blocks.

I do see some shady behavior here sometimes, possibly gang related, but it's contained and has never caused me to curtail my outside activities. Any bad apples are far outnumbered by the amount families I see walking around day and night. The heights has very much of a neighborhood feel. I don't see many yuppies, and even fewer hipsters (like, none) but I like that it's not "cool" or "hip" to live here. It's very real, working class, and as far as the rents staying low, well, good. It means the wonderful diversity (ethnic but also economic) and definite funk factor won't be leaving the heights any time soon.

I've spent more than half my life living in places where I wouldn't venture out the door past midnight by myself without extreme caution and some amount of foreboding. JC Heights has *not* been one of those places.


I agree and have stated the same on his forum before. I moved here from NYC in 1991 and here I still am in the Heights and I do appreciate the whole neighborhood factor and have no reason to feel unsafe. I can't understand why people state otherwise or why there is an impression that this is a bad neighborhood...

Posted on: 2009/3/22 12:35
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Re: ANIMAL CRUELTY AT THE HUDSON COUNTY SPCA -- at 480 Johnston Avenue, Jersey City
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This is unbelievable! I would've expected that some serious action would've been taken long before now, some sort of investigation or further charges filed yet he remains free, employed, doing the same probably lousy job, clearly incompetent and negligent.
I don't understand why mediocrity is being tolerated? I'm sure there are plenty of qualified, better candidates to fill his position who'd perform that job dutifuly, with all the unemployed Americans who'd love to be working right about now. What happened to standards and bare minimums? This is really upsetting...

Posted on: 2009/3/20 11:19
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Re: Commuting to lower Manhattan by bike
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We need a second tunnel for pedestrians, bikes, mopeds, disabled motorized carts and motorbikes no greater then 125cc. It could also incorporate some sort of electric light-weight open roof train. (3 seats wide with 10 rows in length or something like that)


I agree with fat-ass-bike as there are enough pedestrians, bike-riders (myself included), etc, who could use another tunnel. I'm not sure it will happen. I would love to commute into the city with my bike but I feel intimidated because the path for example isn't exactly made to accomodate bike-riders. I don't want to have to buy yet another bike just so that I can commute into the city. Carrying my bikes up and down the stairs could be a disaster as I am a pretty short gal. I already own 2. The ferry sounds like a great idea but it is pricier, plus the idea of the ferry being crowded with commuters is a big turn-off for me...

Posted on: 2009/3/18 1:36
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Re: ANIMAL CONTROL dumps CATs/KiTTENS in Lincoln Park
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I'd like to also thank the volunteers for helping the kitties. I'm glad that the cats will be neutered/spayed.

I will be making it out to the shelter Tuesday to see if my poor cat is there.


Did you ever find your cat?

Posted on: 2009/3/11 11:45
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Re: Ghostly encounters in Jersey City?
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Wow, I'm really loving this thread...

Posted on: 2009/3/8 2:23
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Re: ANIMAL CONTROL dumps CATs/KiTTENS in Lincoln Park
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How do you know this? In any event I am happy that if what you say is indeed true, I am glad that what Animal Control may have been doing for a long time has finally come to light...

Posted on: 2009/3/5 1:48
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Re: ANIMAL CONTROL dumps CATs/KiTTENS in Lincoln Park
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Yeyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so happy for you. What a fabulously happy ending...Quote:

morganm wrote:
Mama and Kitty Reunited!!
Thank you to EVERYONE and especially YOU who went to the park at 2am calling Daisy, the push and strength you gave behind Animal Control was incredable and I don't believe I would have Daisy back if it wasn't for YOU!!!!!

She lost a little weight around the ribs, stinks to high heaven of Mackrel, its purring more than ever and asleep in the place she belongs - at the foot of my bed!!!

A happy ending! Please understand that its not over for me. What happend is an outrage and needs not be swept under the rug. I am taking measures to ensure that ACO will be treated as the law says appropriate and Animals lost can find saftey at a shelter EVERYTIME!!

Thank you thank you thank you thank you 1000 times!!!!

Posted on: 2009/3/5 1:38
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Re: JC - Some positive things...
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On Monday night my cousin who has been staying with us since she came back from living in Europe for 2 years went to a premiere in NYC.
She came back on the Path and decided to wait for the bus rather than take a cab home. (not what I would've done however) It was 3am and very cold. She saw a police squad car go by almost immediately and apparently the officer went around the block and returned. He asked her what she was doing, address, etc. Officer Joe called in that he'd be dropping female at said address and asked her to get in.
He did just that. Obviously she was very grateful and so were we...

Posted on: 2009/3/4 12:57
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Re: Get money back from comcast for tonight's outage
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We didn't experience an outage at our house either...

Posted on: 2009/3/3 12:12
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