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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Police found this guy fairly quickly. I dont recall any photos or videos of him being released so I wonder if he was caught through dna or fingerprints. If so, why wasn’t he deported after committing his first crime? This poor woman could still be alive.

Posted on: 4/1 22:20
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Re: Anyone know more about the mugging on Jersey Ave. & 5th?
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I also heard there was an attempted mugging last week in Paulus Hook. Happened after midnight on a weekday, I think she was followed from the PATH.

Why doesn't anyone hear about this stuff from the police?

Posted on: 2011/6/30 21:16
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Re: Parking ticket on Sussex/Greene St in Paulus Hook
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The JCPA's reason for ticketing you was not because you parked there without a permit but rather because your car was causing traffic on the street to cross the double yellow line to get past you.

They ticketed last year and I know someone who got out of it because there were no signs posted. The guy who wrote the tickets last week seemed liked an ass so I would fight it just to waste his time!

Good luck!

Posted on: 2011/4/12 15:17
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Re: Parking Too Close to Crosswalks
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I've noticed both yesterday and today JCPA giving tickets to cars parked on Sussex between Greene and Hudson. I've also notice the city never bothered to put up signs (permit parking, street cleaning, etc..) on that block.

Just a heads up for those parked there!

Posted on: 2011/4/1 15:05
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Re: Rock Circle in Paulus Hook Waterfront
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...so emailing their corporate office is going to get dogs to stop using the 'dog run' as a toilet? I'm really not sure where your going with all of this!!!

Posted on: 2010/4/30 16:28
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Re: Rock Circle in Paulus Hook Waterfront
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Clearly not a dog run.

Posted on: 2010/4/29 20:20
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Re: Riding with other bikers - man lost control of his Harley - died from head trauma
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Last week while heading towards the Tunnel, I had 8 motorcycles squeeze in between myself and the car next to me because apparently they can do whatever they want. I'm tired of their crap and this is what happens when they drive like idiots. I feel bad that he died but hopefully other motorcycle morons will now be more cautious!

Posted on: 2009/5/19 17:56
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Re: Why is there a new flight path today - low commercial planes towards EWR
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BS they didnt know. I spoke with someone at the DoD and they said the mayor would have been given a heads up! I actually heard from a cop outside my building that it was a photo op 10 minutes after the plane flew over.

Posted on: 2009/4/27 15:11
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Re: Why is there a new flight path today - low commercial planes towards EWR
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Is it that hard to perhaps mention on the news that this was happening today?

Posted on: 2009/4/27 14:54
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Re: Taxis at Grove
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Newport Limo is the absolute worst, DO NOT USE THEM UNLESS YOU ENJOY BEING RIPPED OFF!!! Local cab companies like Ace taxi all charge $25!

Posted on: 2009/4/13 22:11
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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http://www.state.nj.us/dca/codes/lt/pdf/t_i_r.pdf

This is the link for the Truth in Renting booklet for New Jersey. Take a look at page 8

Posted on: 2009/4/8 20:33
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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Sorry, disregard the last paragraph in that post!

Posted on: 2009/4/8 18:15
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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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Entering the tenant’s dwelling unit
All leases, whether written or oral, give the tenant “exclusive possession” of the dwelling unit. This means that only the tenant, or members of the tenant’s household, or people the tenant allows in the house or apartment, have the right to be there. The landlord does not have the right to come into the house or apartment whenever he or she wants. In a written lease, the landlord’s duty to not enter the tenant’s house or apartment is called the covenant of quiet enjoyment. This covenant (promise) means that the tenant has control over who can or cannot come into his or her apartment or house. Cite: Ashley Court Enterprises v. Whittaker, 249 N.J. Super. 552 (App. Div. 1991).



When can a landlord enter?
The law allows the landlord or the landlord’s workers to go into the tenant’s dwelling only in a few special situations:

If the tenant invites or asks the landlord or one of the landlord’s workers to come in.


If the landlord needs to inspect the apartment, but only:
at reasonable periods of time—every day is unreasonable, every few months might be okay;
at a reasonable time of day—4 a.m. is unreasonable, 4 p.m. might be okay, depending on whether the tenant will be home at that time; and
only after giving the tenant reasonable notice that he or she is coming to inspect. Reasonable notice usually means a written notice. It also usually means that the notice must be given at least one day before the landlord wants to come in. For buildings containing three apartments or more, there is a regulation requiring one day’s notice before a landlord can come into an apartment to make an inspection or do repairs. Cite: N.J.A.C. 5:10-5.1(c).


If the landlord or one of the landlord’s workers needs to go into the apartment to do maintenance or make repairs. If the repairs are not an emergency, they can only enter the house or apartment at a reasonable time and after giving reasonable notice.


If the landlord or the landlord’s workers need to go into the house or apartment to do emergency repairs. Under this circumstance, the landlord may not have to give one day’s notice—or even any notice—if the emergency is really serious or dangerous, for example, the apartment is on fire or water is rushing out of a broken pipe and pouring through the floor. But even in the case of an emergency, the landlord should try to give some notice if he or she can, even if the notice is just a phone call.
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What if the landlord won’t stay out?
If the landlord or one of the landlord’s workers enters your house or apartment and does not have your permission or does not have one of the other reasons discussed above, he or she is breaking the law. You should send a letter by certified mail to the landlord complaining about what happened. Keep a copy for your records. You can also call the police or go to the police station or local court and file a complaint for “trespass” or “harassment” against the person who entered without your permission. You might be able to file a trespass or harassment complaint because, even though your landlord owns the building, he or she has given you the right to possess the apartment.



Maintaining order
A lease requires the landlord to make sure that each tenant respects the rights of other tenants. If one tenant is disturbing the other tenants by playing loud music at night or destroying the property, it is the landlord’s responsibility to make that tenant stop. Cite: Gottdiener v. Mailhot, 179 N.J. Super. 286 (App. Div. 1981). But in order for the landlord to be held responsible for any damages suffered by the tenants, one of the tenants must tell the landlord about the situation. Cite: Williams v. Gorman, 214 N.J. Super. 517 (App. Div. 1986), cert. denied, 107 N.J. 111 (1987).

Posted on: 2009/4/8 18:14
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