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Re: Jersey CIty School Policy - Vacation
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Family vacations are so important and learning doesn't just happen in a classroom. Most teachers get that.


This statement might be more aspirational than reality. Certainly when it comes to the district and their regulations.

If a child accrues five days of unexcused absences in a given marking period (as in the case of the example by the OP) that student could face serious consequences.

From the JC BOE:
Students in grades K-8 who accrue (18) days of unexcused absences in one school year and students in grades 9- 12 who are absent 18 school days from a full year course (5 to 20 credits); 9 school days from a semester course (5 credits); or 5 school days from a marking period course (2.5 credits) may be considered ineligible for promotion to the next grade and for participation in extracurricular activities/athletics and/or magnet programs.

Posted on: 10/21 12:35
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Re: Anyone have an electric fireplace?
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How much cheaper is gas to run than say electric fireplace a 1,000 square foot apartment? Is 240 electricity more extensive rextensive rgab 110?

How much does one save by putting plastic over the windows?


plastic over windows is a game changer, especially in old buildings. do it. buy extra-strong tape, as the stuff that comes with the window plastic is lousy. you might have to spot-fix your paint, come springtime. seal n' peel removable clear caulk adds another layer of draft protection.

we also lay down extra area rugs (as we're over a chilly storefront, with zero insulation between our wood floors and their tin ceilings.)

since the heat in our place is uneven, we keep the thermostat set to 63, and use oil-filled electric radiators where needed. our winter PSEG bill is always lower than our summer one.



Plastic over windows is a game changer, even in new construction. It's simple thermodynamics and materials science: in general, metal (as most materials) contracts when exposed to cold temperatures, which is why even windows in new construction will experience some draft. After moving into a brand new unit four years ago, I sealed all the windows with plastic and the difference was quite remarkable. I did use the tape that came with the plastic film and it held for the entire season. The trick is to do the application carefully from the beginning, keeping the plastic film very taut around the frame, and to resist the urge to peel and readjust the film.

It is a bit of a hassle, and it takes time and patience. I wish I had done it last year, but inertia took over. I am holding out hope for a milder winter this year, but if it things play out as they did last year, I will do it again. The cost and efforts are worth the savings.

Posted on: 10/19 11:14
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Re: Notice of violation & Order to correct - JCFD
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LoraJ wrote:
Has anyone else had an inspection saying you need a knoxbox? And you have to pay $25 to get the order form for one?

Also with our inspection, they say that if we do not correct our violations we will be fined $5000 a day per violation. WTF??



The threat of a 5K/day fine seems outrageous.
Also, this is old, but some food for thought: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-sec ... ked-idUSBRE92004T20130301

Posted on: 10/2 13:09
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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It's really sad that even something as benign as *temporary* "parklets" can devolve into this nonsense.

The thread on NextDoor about this subject is so demoralizing... simply put, a bunch of old timers lamenting the "good old days" of surface street lots, and being able to drive somewhere and park right in front. Our city will never progress or evolve into a world class city as long as we have so many people holding on to antiquated ideas.

Posted on: 9/28 9:38
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Re: Grand Sichuan on Grove St Closed?
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Anyone know if they closed for good?


The signs on the windows say (or, said) that they would re-open late September. I haven't walked past their location in a week, but I seem to recall it was September 28, or something like that.

Posted on: 9/27 19:24
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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Agreed...! Last year the entire New York harbor was in the fog when we got in. This year a friend of mine had a heat stroke at mile 10 because of the humidity.


It’s sad that your friend suffered a heatstroke during the race. They can be very dangerous and can have lasting effects, if not treated immediately and efficiently.

Having said that, heatstrokes are 100% preventable with proper planning and conditioning. In order to suffer a heatstroke, one must be dehydrated, or overexerted, or both. Proper training is key, as well as awareness on race day to execute based on preparedness and current weather conditions.

I sincerely hope your friend is OK.

Posted on: 9/18 7:05
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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I am all for having these events. However i am currently stuck on Grand Street in gridlock now for 45 min. It is ridiculous that these runners cant be held at intersections to allow traffic to pass. All they need to do is pause runners on jersey ave and allow cars through.


It's only September, but this HAS TO BE a contender for dumbest, most pretentious post of the year.

When have you seen ANY race (not an event! a race...) that stops its participants to allow for traffic to go through!? That's definitely not how races work. Even Philadelphia, which just held a half marathon this weekend, essentially shuts down its city center, as well as the entire west side of the city up Kelly Dr and then back down on MLK Drive for about 4 hours. It's just how it works.

Posted on: 9/17 10:53
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Re: Light rail stop- 9th and Congress
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dmark526 wrote:
Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...


This is a little over the top. JerseyMom has always been one of the most courteous and helpful people around here. Her posts are usually very helpful or very much on point. A difference of opinion does not make one a person with issues.

Posted on: 9/11 18:04
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Re: JC Public Schools is short $70 million
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SRhia wrote:
Sounds like property taxes will go up again?


This is 100% a certainty. Even if the city council adopts the state-approved 1% payroll tax for local businesses, that move will only generate enough revenue to cover half of the shortfall. The JC BOE is staring at a fiscal deficit: they will either start to address corruption or glaring inefficiencies, or they can continue to try and "address" the deficit by cutting more programs.

But, there is only so much fat you can trim before you have to get serious about the problem.

My guess is that we will soon see a school tax increase that brings the total property tax levy to about 1.85%. Local pols will blame the state (Lavarro already did that!) and will try to shift all blame to others. In the end, the local BOE has grown accustomed to having someone else pay for our local schools and is ill equipped to actually fund itself.

Posted on: 9/11 18:01
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Re: JC Public Schools is short $70 million
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DanL wrote:
Jersey City is only 80th on this list - Here's the median salary in every N.J. district


To be accurate, the median teacher salary for JC ranked 79th. Now, to be even more accurate, how about providing a full picture explaining that value and its relation to the rest of the data?

The JC PS teachers median salary is in the top 12% of the state (79th, out of 657 districts.) Or, put another way, JC public school teachers earn more than 88% of the teachers in NJ.

Your use of "only" implies that our teachers are not well paid. The data disagrees with your contention.

Posted on: 9/11 11:37
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Re: Compact Front Loading Washing machines
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Just as a follow up to my previous post: we have the washer and dryer from the Bosch Ascenta line. Reviews online are not that great, but most of the ones in Amazon seem to be based on an incorrect understanding of how these machines work, so keep that in mind.

In my experience, the machines work VERY WELL. Ventless is great in an apartment and to keep things tidy within small spaces. Since we don't have a water bill, I can't comment on their water efficiency, but online comments indicate they are very efficient in that regard. In terms of electricity, they use very little.

Posted on: 9/6 19:18
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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Yvonne wrote:
Here is an article of men, priests caught in a lewd act, one of the men came here from Columbia. If you remember, gay men in Columbia were thrown out of seminaries there but came to the US becasue we are "liberals."


Listen, you dolt: someone already corrected you on this, but you just keep doing it. It is NOT Columbia. It is COLOMBIA. In English and the native Spanish it is written the same way. Why are you so dense and stubborn about this stuff?? It reminds me of your arguing with people over your incorrect use of "WW 11" instead of the correct "WW II" in which you kept insisting "11" was the same as "2".

It is truly almost impossible to believe (and, really, sad and demoralizing!) that you were a teacher. I feel bad for all those children that were subjected to you as a teacher.

Posted on: 9/5 11:46
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Re: Compact Front Loading Washing machines
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SRhia wrote:
Hi all - my compact front loading washing machine just died, and I'm looking to buy another compact washer (laundry closet only fits 23.5 in wide machines max).

I'm considering the following brands:
GE (just died)
Whirlpool
Electrolux
Bosch

Anyone has feedback with the compact models from these brands?

Also, which brand generally has the "longest lasting" washers?

TIA


We have a Bosch stack (the washer and dryer are fully separate units, but designed to be stacked together) and it’s been 5 years without any issues other than the dryer needs to be “unclogged” from time to time (one large and two cats results in lots of loose hair/fur) but the unclogging process is a simple one that takes a few minutes (remove all the filter parts, rinse and remove trapped hair/fur, and possibly do the same inside he filter area) and the dryer is particularly good at not damaging the fabric of the items being dried. The washer has been solid without ANY issues.

Posted on: 9/2 18:44
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Re: The Rivet
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DouglasReynholm wrote:
those numbers are high. Plus they want 50 a month for dog 25 for cat. Monthly. And 95 dollar for parking, which is their special one time offer now. http://rivetapts.com/specials/

the balls


Meh. Monthly pet fees are commonplace in most rentals, certainly in new construction.

But, the overall pricing of this building is completely bonkers. You could live in DTJC, or much closer, for the same amount of money. Heck, I have neighbors paying just a tad higher for their 2bd and we live in a building with more (and, better) amenities in DTJC and within a 5 minute walk of the PATH.

Posted on: 8/22 19:18
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Re: Oil Tank removal
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There are at least two other past threads on this very topic. Try doing a search for them, but skip this site's search feature. Instead use google and include "site:jclist.com" in your search query.

Posted on: 8/22 19:13
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Re: The Rivet
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That's some ambitious pricing...!

3K for a 2b in the middle of nowhere, with a 10 minute walk to the nearest light rail station, and zero amenities in the vicinity. Who comes up with those rates?

Posted on: 8/22 7:42
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Lincoln Tunnel Approach Lanes 2-year Closure... impact on JC?
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I only just learned today that two lanes on the bridge that leads from the Turnpike to the Lincoln Tunnel are being closed for renovations, with an estimated completion two years from now. This immediately got me wondering how this could potentially affect traffic in and around JC. And, of course, does anyone really believe this will be completed in two years?

Hard to believe that this is happening right after the Pulaski was finally re-opened. Or, perhaps it is precisely this renovation what spurred the rushed re-opening of the Pulaski??


Posted on: 8/17 17:27
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Re: JC Street Sweep and Parking Petition!
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I absolutely oppose this idea. We have a parking problem because of the significant increase in density. The City did not mandate developers to provide adequate parking. The increase in density necessitates more cleaning services. Reducing the amount of street cleaning will result in the City being filthy. Our taxes have just been increased. We should be getting at least the same amount of services, not less services. The City should come up with a better solution to the parking problem. I would propose that constituents with utility vehicles or larger SUVs should have to pay a larger annual fee for annual parking permits, Columbus Ave. should have residential permit parking for constituents instead of private entities and the City should reopen the pedestrian plaza between Erie and Barrow.


Wow... in other words, let's rollback all the initiatives that promote safer streets, and urban walkability.

For starters, there was no such thing as a tax increase. The city, post reval, is collecting the same amount of taxes as before. If you saw an increase in your tax bill, that only means you had been underpaying in the past. Consider yourself lucky.

Also, it seems illogical to want lower taxes (or to bemoan higher taxes, if that was true) but to be in opposition of curtailing city services. You can't have both.

The pedestrian plazas are a success. I truly hope the city administration and council have the fortitude to keep them in place despiste the vocal opposition of some old timers that want to be able to drive and park wherever they go.

The idea that there isn't enough parking at some development is simply provably false: virtually every parking deck in DTJC offers heavily discounted parking that entices MORE commuters to drive here because they are never full. If you feel that there are residents in high rises that have cars despite their buildings having a parking deck, call the PA and report those vehicles. After all, residents of buildings with parking decks are not entitled to on-street parking permits.

Posted on: 8/15 9:28
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Re: JC Street Sweep and Parking Petition!
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This would be great. In any case, the sweepers do a piss poor job, so cutting back the frequency to just once per side of the street would likely lead to the same result.


Posted on: 8/14 21:45
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Re: Jersey City seeks to boost pay of department directors
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some positions would be hard to find a talented person to be able to discharge the duties and responsibilities without providing a competitive salary


Possibly, but I doubt it. My observation has been that the Metro area is so saturated in well educated talent in every field that the difference between the top and middle is mostly the opportunities they've had. It's easy to see this in the arts, but it extends to many other fields.


I can only speak to my experience. As part of my work, I am often asked to advise clients on their hiring of a new CIO or Director of IT. The very few that have tried to find someone for less than 150K have never been successful in their hires. They all flame out or turn out to be overwhelmed by the job. It is simply not possible in this region to find someone to fill that kind of position for that kind of money. When Jersey City had listed the Director of IT position, it was offering a laughably low salary. I think the city's web presence has improved tremendously since Fulop took over, but the bar was SO LOW, that anything would have been great. The truth is that the IT solutions in place at the moment are terrible, starting with those that are user-facing. None of the city-related websites I have seen perform as you would expect from "the best midsize city" in the US. Not even close.

In any case, all I am trying to say is that i am sure the truth lies somewhere in between: surely some positions could be discharged by just about anyone, while others do require some actual skills and talent.

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Re: Jersey City seeks to boost pay of department directors
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Stringer wrote:

Jersey City seeks to boost pay of department directors

JERSEY CITY — The city is proposing annual raises of $10,660 to $28,835 for nine department directors, citing a need to boost pay to keep top officials from fleeing city government for higher paying jobs.

The planned pay raises would be the first for the nine positions in more than a decade. The business administrator, clerk and corporation counsel would see their pay rise from $139,340 to $150,000. The directors of economic development, health, human resources, public works and recreation, plus the tax assessor, would get a pay boost from $121,165 to $150,000.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _of_department_direc.html



Let em flee, this "losing talent" crap is the biggest lie. There's plenty of competent people out there who would love those already well paying jobs. I know people with Ivy degrees who'd be thrilled to make $140k in the public sector with great benefits.


I think that it is a bit over simplistic to make blanket statements either way: without a doubt, some positions would be hard to find a talented person to be able to discharge the duties and responsibilities without providing a competitive salary, but some others are so basic, that any educated person could hold the job.

Posted on: 8/14 15:40
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Re: I've seen pre-construction sales but this is ridiculous! 323 7th St
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What is propping it up are the very low interest rates due to Federal Reserve intervention, lots of foreign money coming into the USA, and Boomer generation investment capital.

The Fed is now trying to unwind its balance sheet and the Boomers are retiring (though many are staying in the work force beyond age 67). When the Boomers retire, a lot of investment money is going to dry up as it is converted into safe stuff like T-bills. A lot of real estate will hit the market as Boomers need to cash out and move to smaller (cheaper) homes / condos. Gen X is too small and Gen Y has waaay too much debt to absorb it all.

As for the foreign money... some of what is coming in doesn't care about positive returns. It is "money getting out of Dodge". If the investors only loses half of it, it is better than losing all of it back in his/her home country. Real estate is where a good chunk of that money is going.


Without a doubt, the foreign money influx is a huge part of what is keeping the runup in valuation still going. As shown in another thread here in JCLIST, it seems like some/most people don't understand (or can not fully grasp) the fear (or, mistrust) of banks in other countries and why real estate investing here, even if there is a drop in values at times, is still a preferable result over keeping money back home.

Heck, no need to look very far: over the past 10 years, the Mexican peso has lost half its value against the US dollar. For people in Mexico who have money, most usually keep it overseas, which has recently come under scrutiny by their federal government and they are now trying to seize overseas accounts of some citizens, or taxing them heavily. Any peso invested in real estate in the US 10 years would be worth almost 4 times what it would be worth today. The same is true of a bunch of Asian currencies. Really, it is hard to fault any of those people for wanting to avail themselves of the economic safety of the US.

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Re: I've seen pre-construction sales but this is ridiculous! 323 7th St
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Given the current DTJC market, I feel that a GRM of 100 is a little too conservative. Most of the new luxury developments in DTJC that provide a good reference point (say, developments in which condos and rentals are built by the same developer, in the same area, such as Oakman/ArtHouse or Provost Square) have GRMs of 200 - 300. Of course, that's a deep-pocketed developer, so probably not a very apt comparison.

The big question is does a property cashflow, or is it a speculation play. A bank would not lend on any of these if they were commercial and being appraised via their Cap Rate rather than comps.

FWIW, let me correct your GRM calc, it's usually done as price/(monthly rent x12), so something selling for 100x rent has a GRM of 8.3. The worst GRM I ever bought was a 10.7 3-family in 2004.

What I'd also like to know about this property is how are they getting 4 floors in an R-1 zone? Did they get a variance?


Agreed that it is all about cash flow, and perhaps the relationship one may have with a lender. Deep pocketed developers can probably afford the risk or borrowing a little easier. As for GRM, I have always been curious about that, and I know it is a metric you reference often. In the past, I have seen some real estate people use it on a yearly rent basis (as you indicated) and others as a per month rent basis. MY experience has been that most commercial investors use the yearly rent basis, while some (most?) residential small investors use the monthly basis. In the end, it's all the same, just a matter of knowing which is being referenced/used. If you don't mind my asking: where would you normally draw the line?

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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Katyn monument won, victory for the people.
https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... u.html#incart_river_index


You do understand that nothing has really changed, right? The council could still decide to move forward with this by putting it up for a referendum. I hope they do.

Posted on: 8/14 10:48
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Re: I've seen pre-construction sales but this is ridiculous! 323 7th St
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Another is the GRM of these properties, the rent/purchase ratio. This place would have to rent for $18k a month to make sense as a rental, so who in their truly right mind wants to own it?


Given the current DTJC market, I feel that a GRM of 100 is a little too conservative. Most of the new luxury developments in DTJC that provide a good reference point (say, developments in which condos and rentals are built by the same developer, in the same area, such as Oakman/ArtHouse or Provost Square) have GRMs of 200 - 300. Of course, that's a deep-pocketed developer, so probably not a very apt comparison.

But, I do agree with your overall assessment. But, then again, I thought we would have seen a correction by now, so what do I know? Obviously there is enough money (or, exuberance?) in the market to keep propping up this house of cards.

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Re: I've seen pre-construction sales but this is ridiculous! 323 7th St
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Looking at zillow, there are a lot of buildings in the $1m range in the neighborhood that haven't moved despite being listed for months. I just don't see a market for a $1.8m mini-mansion around here.


If you keep looking in Zillow, you will see that (so far in 2018) there have been 33 properties sold at 1.5+ MM. At the same point last year, there had been 27 sales meeting the same criteria. The total number of sales in 2017 was 81, with the bulk of sales (34) happening in the last three months of the year. I do think there is a sizable market for these very expensive properties.

Posted on: 8/14 7:43
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Re: Hatfield and McCoy's on Astor Place!
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I am not at all privy to the intimate details of this situation, but here is the part that surprised me most: as I am reading the article, none of it came across as hard to believe. I can 100% see some of old timer feeling slighted over an "interloper" wanting to take a more active role in the local NA, and I can see this escalating to the point of being silly/ridiculous.

The truth is that there are a lot of tensions at the local NAs between old timers and recent arrivals. Most of the stuff plays out in the form of whispering and gossiping behind people's back and subtle, passive aggressive actions. A true shame, really.

Posted on: 8/8 9:18
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Re: Dixon Leasing Cheating JC out of Taxes with the help of Rebecca Sysmes
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Has anyone put together a definitive list of dixon properties and their pre / post reassessments ?

I would think a FOIA would take care of that.


You don't need to submit a FOIA request to get this information. Property tax information is open to the public at large, and you can look it up yourself via the property tax portal.

You can start by looking at their website, grab the addresses of their real estate listings at the moment and then look up those properties. Afterwards, you can search the tax property records for additional properties they may own by using the ownership information for the listings you just searched.

Not sure what it is that people expect to find... but, I very much doubt that the appraisal company would take the colossal (and, dumb) risk of purposefully appraising the Dixon properties way below market when said information is easily searchable and available to the public at large.

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Re: its official: entire heights must buy resident parking permit
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But, if indeed this is a problem in your neck of the woods, here is some good news for you: residents of developments which have parking (even if the parking is not free) are not eligible for on-street parking. So, once the rules go into effect, all those residents of high rises with parking decks/lots will have to figure a place to park, or risk getting ticketed. At $100/ticket, paying for monthly parking will be a relative bargain.


I can't wait for them to zone "Soho West". Those buildings all have parking but few seem to use it, making the streets a parking lot, complete with cars stopping in middle of Coles and people walking in the middle of the street. I think what makes it worse than any normal parked up street is the lots without sidewalks, The city should make the owners build sidewalks now that there's a ton of pedestrians, before someone gets hurt. I"ve now seen a woman pushing her double stroller in the street several times, presumably to and from poor overused HP.


The Powerhouse District is just now getting sidewalks, once the developers built them. It's been next to impossible to get the city to plan ahead and get safe pathways established while asking new residents to live in a transitional area in "luxury" apartments. We might have one sidewalk per block but access to the elevated platform/sidewalks is sketchy.



Very true. Thankfully, the developers of the new towers going up have done a great job putting in place really wide sidewalks. I look forward to completion of the second phase of Provost Square project. They have been opening the sidewalks little by little, and also resurfaced one of their streets already, and the results have been very good.

Posted on: 7/27 15:57
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Re: its official: entire heights must buy resident parking permit
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In my part of the Heights, street parking became scarce after two developments were completed. Both have indoor parking, but it seems the tenants prefer parking on the street.

Parking fees too expensive?


Is that a rhetorical question? Who chooses to pay ~200/month when you could have same/similar for ~0/month??

But, if indeed this is a problem in your neck of the woods, here is some good news for you: residents of developments which have parking (even if the parking is not free) are not eligible for on-street parking. So, once the rules go into effect, all those residents of high rises with parking decks/lots will have to figure a place to park, or risk getting ticketed. At $100/ticket, paying for monthly parking will be a relative bargain.

Posted on: 7/27 10:12
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