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Re: Baby found dead in suitcase on PATH tracks
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WTF.....People like this are allowed to roam this earth??!!


Yes - courtesy of Liberal judges. We need to show compassion for convicted criminals - never mind the victims.


Why do conservatives always need to blame the world's problems on liberals?

At least we look for ways to solve problems.

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Re: Port Authority announces plan to increase PATH capacity, reduce delays
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Re: New Jersey to require schools to teach LGBT history
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To those of you who have a problem with this, please explain why teaching of any real history is a problem for you. And specifically why you have a problem with the LGBT community. Perhaps if you're open and honest, we can understand your motivations.

It shouldn't matter who you love, as long as you love.

Posted on: 6/7 20:20
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Re: Commuter gondola plan gets off ground....
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It really comes down to more rail tunnels into NYC. They. over the long run, are simply the most efficient mode of transportation.

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Re: ‘Massive’ $120M budget shortfall is subject of special Jersey City BOE meeting
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Yvonne, the result is a 2% increase in JC taxes. Considering how low JC taxes are compared to the NJ average your takeaway should be ‘how lucky JC taxpayers have been for decades’.


While I am not claiming to know any of the numbers here, if the BOE is talking a 50% to 100% tax increase and school taxes represent about 25% of our full tax bill, how can we only expect a 2% tax increase. It seems to me it's more in the ballpark of 12.5%-25% or perhaps even more. This is simple math.


Read the article: the current budget proposal is only for a 10% increase to make up the shortfall for this year. That ~10% increase represents only a little over a 2% increase for residents in their total tax bill. The dire predictions of 100% or 200% are about what will happen in the future. This year's increase is largely mitigated by the payroll tax approved by the legislature. As pressure increases in Trenton to cut back even more in the JC BOE subsidies, and as other cuts already announced get phased in, more money will be needed to make up the shortfall.



Got it... so perhaps 2 percent imminently, but potentially 20% or more down the road.

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Re: ‘Massive’ $120M budget shortfall is subject of special Jersey City BOE meeting
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Yvonne, the result is a 2% increase in JC taxes. Considering how low JC taxes are compared to the NJ average your takeaway should be ‘how lucky JC taxpayers have been for decades’.


While I am not claiming to know any of the numbers here, if the BOE is talking a 50% to 100% tax increase and school taxes represent about 25% of our full tax bill, how can we only expect a 2% tax increase. It seems to me it's more in the ballpark of 12.5%-25% or perhaps even more. This is simple math.

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Re: Internet Connectivity only - what are my options?
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With routers, there are a lot more choices, and you really should have a conversation with your favorite geekfriend and let them help you pick one, and let them come by and set it up for you if you are techphobic. Again, that can easily pay for itself in less than a year.

I personally do the same with my set top box aka DVR. I have owned a TiVo for 20 years now. The only hardware I use, outside of the wiring, from Comcast is a CableCard. But that does require a semi tech savvy person to deal with .


I have a TP-Link Archer 7 router for wifi and an old WRT54GL running Tomato for the wired network, but I think I need to set them up better, sometimes the Archer plugged into the Linksys gets funky. Is there really any difference at all between the Docsis 3 modems or should I just get the cheapest?

I used to be a total DIY-DVR nerd building boxes with Hauppauge cards before cable went 100% encrypted. I decided Netflix & downloads were enough. I still have a encoder dongle for OTA, but haven't used it in ages.


My guess is you have enough knowledge on your own to research this to obtain results equal to or better than what I can give you.

Posted on: 3/6 13:11
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Re: Internet Connectivity only - what are my options?
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Here we go again, FIOS jumped my price from $40 to $55, so I'm going to be a new Xfinity customer again for $35. But I left them last time in part because they would no longer service my Docsis 2.0 modem, so I need a new one. Anybody have wisdom on this? I know some of you are pros. How much should I spend? I have wifi routers, so I don't really need more of that.



Buying your own modem and router is a very smart move.

Modems are fairly easy, google "comcast approved modems" and pick one that makes satisfies your needs. It will most likely pay for itself in less than a year.

With routers, there are a lot more choices, and you really should have a conversation with your favorite geekfriend and let them help you pick one, and let them come by and set it up for you if you are techphobic. Again, that can easily pay for itself in less than a year.

I personally do the same with my set top box aka DVR. I have owned a TiVo for 20 years now. The only hardware I use, outside of the wiring, from Comcast is a CableCard. But that does require a semi tech savvy person to deal with .

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Re: Overheard at Word
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Metropolitan Diary of last Friday afternoon....

While browsing early afternoon in Word, I heard this exchange between a customer (he did make a purchase) and the manager (? perhaps, older guy):

Customer: It would be good if you had more titles -- not just liberal and left -- more of a range.

Manager: This is what we have. Gotta a problem ; tough! (he went from zero to 60 pretty quick)

Customer: I'm just saying. There are a lot of people in this town. The selection is pretty slim.

Manager: Well you can shop elsewhere you creep!

That's verbatim....and it continued a little bit. The customer just paid for his hard cover (I think the place is often too $) and left.

We should all think about the echo chambers we occupy -- well, I do -- and this bothered me alot. Being the only bookstore in town gives Word a certain confidence I guess but I'll think more about just using NYC I think.


Well, it is the right of the bookstore, or any store for that matter, to stock the product it desires. If the customer was not satisfied, shop somewhere else?

At least the manager didn't refuse to service the customer, say like a baker who refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Or a county court clerk who refused to issue a marriage licence to a gay couple. Nor did the manager refuse to sell a customer a product in stock, like some pharmacists who refuse to sell Plan B or other contraceptives even though it's already on the shelf.

Please tell me how Word is so bad.


I guess the manager was just a greedy, capitalist, liberal, leftist that wanted the customer's money no matter what and he didn't have any values or principals (other than greed and unlike the baker) to tell the customer to go pound salt. So sad.


Quite frankly, I take the whole thing with a grain of salt. But at least liberals don't deny rights to others.

Posted on: 2/28 13:10
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Re: Overheard at Word
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Ah yes, the moral relativist argument. Otherwise knows as the race to the bottom. The kind of response that comes from true dopes.

The difference is that you’re defending one and supporting the other. Rather than being consistent and supporting both or chiding both. Ya dope.

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Metropolitan Diary of last Friday afternoon....

While browsing early afternoon in Word, I heard this exchange between a customer (he did make a purchase) and the manager (? perhaps, older guy):

Customer: It would be good if you had more titles -- not just liberal and left -- more of a range.

Manager: This is what we have. Gotta a problem ; tough! (he went from zero to 60 pretty quick)

Customer: I'm just saying. There are a lot of people in this town. The selection is pretty slim.

Manager: Well you can shop elsewhere you creep!

That's verbatim....and it continued a little bit. The customer just paid for his hard cover (I think the place is often too $) and left.

We should all think about the echo chambers we occupy -- well, I do -- and this bothered me alot. Being the only bookstore in town gives Word a certain confidence I guess but I'll think more about just using NYC I think.


Well, it is the right of the bookstore, or any store for that matter, to stock the product it desires. If the customer was not satisfied, shop somewhere else?

At least the manager didn't refuse to service the customer, say like a baker who refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Or a county court clerk who refused to issue a marriage licence to a gay couple. Nor did the manager refuse to sell a customer a product in stock, like some pharmacists who refuse to sell Plan B or other contraceptives even though it's already on the shelf.

Please tell me how Word is so bad.



While it's true that I'm defending the bookstore, I'm not defending the manager, but more important my point was I'm comparing the difference between a store that doesn't carry a certain product and a store that refuses to serve certain people. I don't agree with the manager's actions, and perhaps I should have made that clear. But I won't criticize the bookstore for it's choice of product. Just like I won't criticize a religious bookstore for its contents. I would criticize any store that refuses to serve a customer just based on their political views.

Posted on: 2/27 13:06

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Re: Overheard at Word
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uptown wrote:
Metropolitan Diary of last Friday afternoon....

While browsing early afternoon in Word, I heard this exchange between a customer (he did make a purchase) and the manager (? perhaps, older guy):

Customer: It would be good if you had more titles -- not just liberal and left -- more of a range.

Manager: This is what we have. Gotta a problem ; tough! (he went from zero to 60 pretty quick)

Customer: I'm just saying. There are a lot of people in this town. The selection is pretty slim.

Manager: Well you can shop elsewhere you creep!

That's verbatim....and it continued a little bit. The customer just paid for his hard cover (I think the place is often too $) and left.

We should all think about the echo chambers we occupy -- well, I do -- and this bothered me alot. Being the only bookstore in town gives Word a certain confidence I guess but I'll think more about just using NYC I think.


Well, it is the right of the bookstore, or any store for that matter, to stock the product it desires. If the customer was not satisfied, shop somewhere else?

At least the manager didn't refuse to service the customer, say like a baker who refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Or a county court clerk who refused to issue a marriage licence to a gay couple. Nor did the manager refuse to sell a customer a product in stock, like some pharmacists who refuse to sell Plan B or other contraceptives even though it's already on the shelf.

Please tell me how Word is so bad.

Posted on: 2/26 20:37
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Re: JC plans to install 80+ speed bumps in 2019.
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I am not sure how far this , 'the pedestrian can do absolutely no wrong attitude ' the city has adopted since the Fulop administration will take us. There has zero effort to encourage pedestrians to drop unsafe habits like jay walking, standing a good yard or so onto the road while waiting to cross the street.
nope. this lady was not jay walking. she was trying to cross in the striped zone and these cars just would not stop for a slow walking person. pedestrians always have right of way at a non-controlled intersection!


This is a SERIOUS problem in JC. I see it happen all over DTJC, almost daily. I have had many close calls with other cars almost rear ending me when I have stopped for pedestrians. I have seen cars get annoyed and drive around someone yielding to pedestrians, and then narrowly miss them. Pedestrians do need to do their part: don’t stand at the corner if you don’t intend to cross (weirdly, this happens often) and DO assert your right of way when you approach a crosswalk.

Overall, there needs to be more education around this issue. Collectively, we definitely lag behind other countries when it comes to pedestrians, cyclists, and cars, sharing space.


I think there's a lot right on both sides of this issue. However another real problem here is that a minority of people feel the law doesn't apply to them. That they have the right to cross the street where they really shouldn't be, or they have the right to drive around a car stopped for pedestrians, or drive around a school bus with its lights flashing, or speed through high pedestrian traffic areas.

Unfortunately the only way to deal with that is far comprehensive enforcement, or something as simple as speed bumps.

Posted on: 2/24 12:21
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Re: Reason #110 Why not take your car to Jersey City Ford
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I also went there to look at and test drive a Ford. Even though I liked what I drove, I decided to go with a different brand vehicle.
For the next 3-4 weeks I kept getting very pushy sales calls. Eventually I spoke to a manager, and I told him point blank (with a little lie). Yes sir, I loved the car, but because of all the very pushy salesmen you had, I purchased the Ford somewhere else. The phonecalls stopped.

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Re: A new N.J. bar’s dress code was called racist. The owner says it was ‘an oversight.’
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Completely agree - the Left turns EVERYTHING into a race or class war. And let's blame this on Trump while we're at it.


Excuse me... it seems to me you're turning a statement you don't like into a liberal thing. I'm quite liberal, and I'm not sure where the bar's dress code states anything racist. You don't have to be liberal to interpret the dress code in any number of different ways.

Your statement potentially says to me that Conservatives have to to slam everything they don't like as "liberal." But even I know that that broad a generalization is idiocy. So I'll pin the idiocy on you, not all conservatives.


Read the original article!! The article mentioned race - that's my point - the liberal (press) turns EVERYTHING into race, class, black/white.


Reread the article... the article said (and I'm simplifying) "Some people called the policy racist." The writer of the article didn't say it was racist, I'll repeat, they said "Some people called the policy racist."

Here's the actual text of the article... "The references to oversized jewelry, low and belt-less pants, and head gear, particularly, were seen by some as racially specific and led a number of patrons to take to social media to question if the bar is expressly attempting to keep patrons of color out of the premises."

You assume the press is liberal... makes you a conservative... the "press" is middle of the road.

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Re: A new N.J. bar’s dress code was called racist. The owner says it was ‘an oversight.’
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Completely agree - the Left turns EVERYTHING into a race or class war. And let's blame this on Trump while we're at it.


Excuse me... it seems to me you're turning a statement you don't like into a liberal thing. I'm quite liberal, and I'm not sure where the bar's dress code states anything racist. You don't have to be liberal to interpret the dress code in any number of different ways.

Your statement potentially says to me that Conservatives have to to slam everything they don't like as "liberal." But even I know that that broad a generalization is idiocy. So I'll pin the idiocy on you, not all conservatives.

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Re: Chaos at Jersey City mall as shot fired
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Who wants to bet the over under on how many priors the shooter and victims had? But blame Trump if it makes u happy.,


Random shooting which occurs every day in the USA and somehow "Trump" comes into the conversation. Well done.


I'll take it by your response that you believe each has many priors and should not be out on the street.


No, nothing having to do with your thoughts or my opinions on the criminal justice system. Just the fact that anyone in this country could actually believe a President, let alone the current one, could effectively change anything to do with their current life/local neighborhood.


The point is while the liberal Democrats rant and rave about Trump, the Wall, (fill-in the blank with why you hate Trump), etc., the REAL problems like this are not being solved by the Democrats - but hey, let's all brag how we have the strictest gun laws in the US - tell me how that's working.


Jersey might have strict guns laws, but this country as a whole has the weakest gun laws of any first world country. I'll let you in on a little secret... we don't have import export regulations between states. Guns cross state lines like water going down a stream from one property to another. No local regulations will ever end gun violence in this country.

Until this country gets Federally mandated gun control, in place for years, we won't see a reduction in gun violence. My guess, unfortunately, that will never happen due to the obstinance of conservatives.

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Re: Would MTA be a better operator for PATH? And other ideas...
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Integration with NYC Transit would be a godsend.

It really wouldn't.

First, the PATH will lose money no matter who is running it. Fares only cover half its cost; the idea that you can cut its costs by 50% by changing management is borderline delusional. Meaning that even if it was significantly better run, it would still lose hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

On that basis alone, I cannot imagine any government agency in any way wanting to be on the hook for the PATH.

Second, the MTA is a freaking mess. Rampant weekend closures, a switching system that dates from the 1930s that will cost $37 billion and ten years to replace, and doesn't include station upgrades.

Third, who actually runs the MTA? The Governor of New York. If you think PA is unresponsive, what will happen when the PATH is answerable to Albany? Go ask Di Blasio, who feuds constantly with Cuomo over the MTA.

Will Albany want to spend money on stations in New Jersey? Extend the PATH to Newark Airport? Will the agency that was going to shut down the L Train for 15 months do better with WTC tunnel improvements? Is it really better when Cuomo blows away 3 years of planning for the L Train shutdown on a chance encounter (and/or to screw with Di Blasio)? What would happen if the MTA decided to chronically underfund the PATH, as it's done with the NYC subway?

To paraphrase the old saying: The PA is the worst agency to manage the PATH, except for every other agency.


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Although MTA has it's problems, they look like a well-run Swiss organization compared to the Port Authority or NJ Transit.

When was the last time you rode the 6 during rush hour?


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My other ideal is much more radical... PATH should add a dollar or more surcharge for swipes during peak periods to reduce overcrowding.

That would definitely help, but... that is basically a 36% fare increase during those periods. Some of us can handle it, but that's pretty brutal for some riders.

More to your point, it's not going to reduce ridership much (if at all). The people riding during peak times are commuters, who need to get to work. What are they going to do, take the $7 ferry? Drive?


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The PATH runs a $400 million deficit. Increasing fares by $1 would reduce the deficit by quite a bit ($260m?) but certainly won't be able to fund service improvements.


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Let's face it, the overcrowding situation is at crisis levels.

It really isn't.

Let us know when the PA needs to hire train pushers.

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The problem is I have no confidence in the Port Authority as they will waste any extra revenue derived from PATH. The finances are already a blackhole.

Yeah, thing is? PA is actually putting money into the PATH. That's a key reason why it's got such a huge deficit.

I might add, I don't hear a lot of NYC residents expounding on the greatness of the MTA these days. That definitely sounds like a "grass is greener on the other side" thing.

The reality is that public transportation and public infrastructure is very expensive... and we don't want to pay for it.


Very well stated.

Thank you.

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Re: Would MTA be a better operator for PATH? And other ideas...
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My guess is that the MTA would never want to merge itself with PATH for one major reason. PATH is subject to a lot of Federal Railroad regulations, as it crosses state lines and is considered "interstate commerce," where as the NYC Subway is totally contained within New York State, and does not have to abide by the Federal Railroad regulations. The Port Authority faces much higher costs due to more stringent regulations and inspections, most designed for traffic between cities, not within an urban area. If the two systems were to merge, than the entire NYC Subway system would be subject to those rules and regulations.

Now perhaps there's a legal way around that, where the MTA operates the PATH separately from the NYC Subway, as it operates Metro North into Connecticut separately from the Subway, but it would have to be separate.

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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Re: Man so annoyed with Holland Tunnel wreaths, he starts petition to get them changed
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The idiots got their way!
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/17/nyr ... fVKpMIN73evmAK_UXu6BdTzvc

Now, knowing how cheap New Jersey and Port Authority construction can be, I'm betting the whole plaza structure will collapse due to the decorations being asymmetrical.

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Re: Man so annoyed with Holland Tunnel wreaths, he starts petition to get them changed
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It's called "Balance." The tree is CENTERED between the two wreaths... not so difficult a concept. The "A" is not centered.

GET A LIFE

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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Not only should fares rise, but they should add a peak-hour premium to whatever is needed to reduce overcrowding and to encourage folks to go a half hour earlier or later. Unpopular opinion, but PATH is a fraction of the costs associated with driving.



Hell NO.... PATH is only 1/3 of my three zone commute. I first have to get to PATH, then PATH into the City, and then the NYC Subway to uptown Manhattan. I'm not the only one with a 3 zone commute. We don't need more highways clogging the the two tunnels and the GW Bridge into NYC. We need more public subsidies for mass transit to help alleviate traffic conditions all over the tri-state commuting area.

And last, but water under the proverbial bridge, we should not have wasted billions on WTC PATH station. We PATH riders pay a premium for that debacle every day.

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Re: Abbondanza
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We had similar experiences. Went there twice. Both times the food was bland and the side pastas were way overcooked to the point of being mush. If a place is bad once, I'll gladly try again, but two times is enough not to go back.

Posted on: 2018/10/23 11:11
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Re: Compact Front Loading Washing machines
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We have a 27" wide closet that can accommodate the wider 27" stacked units. Our 26 year old Sears Kenmore Wash Center (dryer attached atop a washer) died several months ago. We were, based on several neighbor's recommendations, going to get the LG stackable washer and dryer, both front-loading. But it would have been about an inch or less than the height of the door. We were shown the single unit ventless LG Washer/Dryer. It's one unit that is large enough to handle a king sized quilt, it washes then goes right into a drying cycle, if desired. Considering it's just my wife and I, it's keeping up with our needs. A full wash and dry cycle takes about 3 hours, and we are not left with those wet clothes you forgot to move from washer to dryer. So far after several months, both of us are very happy.

The unit was about $1500, and they also make a similar "compact" 24" wide model.

Posted on: 2018/9/5 0:00
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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I'm not going to get into details here Yvonne, but you don't seem to understand the idea behind tax abatements. Let me explain how it works where I'm living now. I live in Port Liberté. 40 years ago this area was a total mess, it was filled with toxins and other really bad crap, and other than the fact that it was on the waterfront, had not a damn thing going for it. How much do you think it would have contributed to tax roles? Not much. So the city government at the time realized that some impetus should be given to a developer to get the area going again. The impetus was the right to sell the finished properties on this piece of land with a tax discount that would end in 30 years. They turned that decrepit piece of land into an oasis on the water. 30 years after the abatement went into effect, 440 fully rate-able units are now on the tax rolls, instead of the zero that would probably be here if no abatement was offered.

Hoboken, OTOH, doesn't have vast wastelands with toxic sludge or no development. They may have small pockets, but land there is incredibly valuable, so no abatements are needed.


Posted on: 2018/7/20 21:08
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Re: 4th of July in JC @ Exchange Place - Featuring Snoop Dog
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Any and all of the televised fireworks started on time. Anyone with any professional show experience can make stuff happen on time.

I have no idea what led to Snoop Dogg's act being late, but someone needed to keep all the concert acts in line as to on and off times on the concert stage. 5 minutes late would have been one thing, but 45 minutes late, total screw up.

Tardiness, short of health emergencies or similar, is one of the ruder things in this world. It's a sign that you believe your time is more valuable than others.

Posted on: 2018/7/8 16:47
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Apparently the deadline for submitting an appeal is May 1st. At some point I saw a list of recommended attorneys that could assist with this - but now I can't find that.

Does anyone have a list of recommended attorneys to help with the tax appeal process?


I still don't know what my new taxes will be. How can I have appealed something where I don't have the info?



http://www.asinj.com/revaluation.asp?p=current&id=359

Towards the bottom of this page is a link to a spreadsheet,
Proposed Assessments as of April 18th,

Click on that and open with Excel, Search out your address.

Posted on: 2018/5/25 13:37
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Re: New Jersey hospital bills patient $5,751 for ice pack and bandage
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Isn't this part of the same group that tried to steal the ambulance contract for Jersey City from JCMC a few years ago?

The assumption was they would steer all their emergency calls to Bayonne, Christ, and Hoboken, where those emergency rooms would rip you off. They also are not "in network" for most major health insurance plans.

Posted on: 2018/5/4 12:44
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Re: Peace in Korean!
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Huuuge win for global peace!


Until documents are signed and armies stand down nothing is done

Posted on: 2018/4/27 13:32
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Re: New Jersey Prepares To Raise Taxes On "Almost Everything" As It Nears Financial Disaster
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To all you Liberal Dems that voted this idiot in - good for you, you're getting what you deserve. How come when New Jerseyians get hit with more taxes because of Trumps tax plan it's bad but when this a-hole promises the world and raises taxes on everything it's OK?


Because trumps plan disproportionately benefits corporations and the already rich instead of regular working class people ya rube. Trump and the GOP have convinced you that regular people do not deserve access to health care or a decent education. But the already wealthy need MORE tax breaks when they are already hoarding 80% of the wealth in this country? Get a clue.


Absolutely... And Trump is trying to glom another $20 million from the porn industry.

Posted on: 2018/3/18 11:13
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