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Re: Parents upset over proposal to move Infinity Institute in Jersey City to 'unsafe' location
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Exactly, its a great place for the school and perhaps the families to move here.

Posted on: 2012/3/23 17:27
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Re: Do Away With Street Cleaning
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So was it the parked car that T-boned someone? Best to take off the Dre Headphones and look both ways.

Posted on: 2012/2/13 14:05
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Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City
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Brian_em +1. Haa.

Posted on: 2012/2/13 14:01
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Re: parking & street sweeping
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Complain to Fulop, and perhaps after a year he will help. Also we should have more free spots. The signs limit too many spots near corners. Just look at the corner of York and Grove...we could easily have 4-6 more spots here. I also think all muni-lots should be free overnight, until the muni workers get it 9am, as WE pay for the lots.

Posted on: 2012/2/13 2:01
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Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City
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A positive addition. Much better than all the ghetto murderers and the ever growing low income housing population here. These girls are laughing all the way to the bank and back again.

Posted on: 2012/2/11 23:04
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Re: Chris Christie Eats...
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hope he finds a way to sue you. CC is the person to ever hold the Job. You probably want Corzine the moron back.

Posted on: 2012/1/24 23:42
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Re: Power play on Jersey City City Council, as councilwoman seeks to oust council president
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bionic hearing? might be useful if used justly. Not in love with rules changing on a whim. Why would Fulup endorse this?
Diversity for diversity sake takes out accolades, education and merit and is plain un-American, or well it is typical for JC decisions. Let the town vote on this, ie all tax payers.

Posted on: 2012/1/24 0:32
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Re: Do Away With Street Cleaning
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I'll vote for the candidate that believes that smaller (costing) government and lower taxes are paramount to well paid public employees that put their demands over the needs and concerns of the residents. Too much of our dollars go to salaries and benefits, leaving a decrepit infrastructure, no museum, and ever increasing taxes.

Posted on: 2011/12/26 17:17
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Re: Do Away With Street Cleaning
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Perhaps they can stop with the Saturday morning street cleaning..really a nuisance.
$52 dollars..nice offer, they'll extort what they want, and if you don't pay..then the next owner will.
My dream is to have a city government that actually likes their residents

Posted on: 2011/12/21 18:13
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Re: Jersey City Councilman Fulop wants law warning new residents of parking rules
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How about adding more spots and chill-out with all the street cleaning car shuffling crap. Even on Saturday morning we have to move the car. It is a sad state of affair to get revenue this way...I see too many No Parking here to corner signs, that serve little purpose. Allow city lots to used free from 8pm to 8am, as we pay for it anyway..And city can boot & charge the folks that dis-obey.

Posted on: 2011/12/12 17:58
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Re: Stock Market: OWS has it right - You don't have a chance
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1) OWS has no cohesive message.
2) There are many more hedge fund people that are struggling than are wealthy, as with 8000+ hedge funds, the top 5% gets most the assets. 300-1000 go under each year. Its really a mom and pop business, some make it, many others don't.
100% get no bailout money from the Government,
2.5) Congress can do insider trading, NO one else can, (maybe Goldman) ask Raj Rajaratnam.
3) Why do smart people in other fields get passes for being rich? Technology, real-estate, agricultural, rail-roads..etc..
4) I know hedge funds better than most.
5) OWS should ask how many more folks in DC are making over 100k, since BHO snuck in the White House.
6) Fannie Mae bonuses are on us!
Good Night to all 99 & top 1.

Posted on: 2011/12/4 2:20
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Re: How can Jersey City become more business friendly? A reporter seeks your thoughts!
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Fixing the sewers so Flooding doesn't destroy businesses twice a year. Please contact MUA if you concur with this sentiment. Yes permits take way too long, and stopping Abatement might allow takes to taxes to chill-out. These damn food carts are also destroying Store front eateries.

Posted on: 2011/11/25 23:41
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Re: Goya is awarded $80M tax credit in attempt to entice company to move to Jersey City
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This is One move I applaud, from city council. Jobs, increased tax roll, with no Illegal kids in our schools. This company;any company has the power to move, ie to Georgia, DE, or another state with less taxes than here. The employees moving here or just eating here is a plus.

Posted on: 2011/11/17 2:32
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Re: Grove Pointe ridiculous rent increase
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This is total BS, grow up, take an Econ 101 course. We live in a free market economy. Move or Pay-up, and thank your god, that you are not stuck selling an underwater property, and you have a job.

Posted on: 2011/11/17 2:26
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Re: Do we need a strong republican mayor?
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answer to question, hard line financiers seem to Republican, so the answer seems to be yes. If people got nearly what they put into this system, our sewers would work, and taxes would be less, with no abatements and 1/2 price two family houses. We have way too much subsidized housing for one town to support. Too many double dippers.
Seems a proponent of this thought-stream would have to run on a D-ticket to even have a chance..and would still lose.

Posted on: 2011/11/11 17:15
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Re: State Sen. Brian Stack denies endorsing two Jersey City City Council candidates as silly season...
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With so many candidates, perhaps two rounds of votes would yield 2 candidates that more citizens can agree with.

Posted on: 2011/11/3 0:15
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Re: Advice for Marketing a for sale by owner condo
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100% agree with eckster, I used www.msl2u.com. all the exposure, and 2.5% sommision. Really tough to do it all on your own, could be impossible, and I think you'll get atleast 2.5% more in your pricing going this route.

Posted on: 2011/10/21 23:52
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Re: Auto Body shop Recommended Needed
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Sernio's on the west end of communipaw, will do a Fantastic job, pricing is something you'll have to find out, but it did come in a little under my insurance cost.

Posted on: 2011/10/21 23:48
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Re: And Hoboken builds a pumping station
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EPA has already conceded to this a long time ago, in foul weather conditions. Ideally they just want the poo segregated from the cleaner storm water run off.

HEY UMA / JC, get on the ball. Enough of this flooding.

Posted on: 2011/10/19 12:42
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Re: Rich Boggiano for Jersey City Council At Large
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Anyone that spent 37 years in a JC union job has to be inclined to cater to union demands which in turn puts huge strains on the other tax-payers. Any other candidates?

Posted on: 2011/10/10 21:11
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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JCSOS, seems to have little follow-through, and needs new life. I saw over 100 members and no one bitching at MUA and City Council meetings.

Posted on: 2011/9/29 2:46
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Re: 2011 Jersey City Budget
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sewer and water rates are rising this year, and the Reval will kill many homeowners. All abatements should be fought against with vigor.

Posted on: 2011/9/29 2:36
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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seems like once again the town and Fulop are doing nothing.
4 feet of raw sewage floating in my rental unit and City does nothing. Its sad this guy is the best option.

Posted on: 2011/9/27 1:57
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Re: Downtown: Plans for $15M development next to med center -- commercial space and 1,000 housing units
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I am wondering by how much this will increase the flooding in the area. I am thinking we'll get up to about 10ft on Grove and Grand.

Posted on: 2011/9/15 17:00
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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respectfully do not agree. A class action suit is needed to make the town move on this or pay us out. I've spent about $25k trying to fend off the water... to no avail.
Taking a step further...if we had police cuts would you hire your own security force? If the sidewalk was ripped up in front of your stoop, would you pay to fix it? If the street Lamps were out, do you climb up and change them?

Posted on: 2011/9/6 17:01
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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and we all go back and wait for it to happen again...

Posted on: 2011/8/11 12:55
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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On Grove. Seems recent road construction made things worse than ever, as rain did not appear worse than usual. Then JCMUA people were fixing drain pipes on Grove today..a band aid I imagine.

Posted on: 2011/8/10 18:47
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Re: ABBONDANZA TRATTORA at Liberty Harbor
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City Hall is the problem. They've been waiting on final town sign-off, (I think C.O). Since beginning of the month. I was in there then, and tables were actually set, and all employees have been hired (or identified).

Posted on: 2011/7/20 17:38
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Re: christie's "american dream" - yet another private-public partnership disaster in making?
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Christie for President!!, Republicans around the country are clamoring for him and the people in this city rally around corrupt democrats....Really?! Fulup is better, but a Republican is needed to stop the COSTS!!

Posted on: 2011/7/20 1:15
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Re: 3/7/2011: Jersey City mayor: 2011 tax rate will be 'stable' - Did your taxes go up in 3rd quarter?
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ok Boris, I'll ask you first, prior to voting and calling my congressman. Thanks.

Posted on: 2011/7/4 15:05
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