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Board of Ed Candidate Forum
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The Historic Paulus Hook Association will sponsor a BoE Candidate Forum on Thursday, Oct. 23rd 7pm-9pm at PS16, Washington and Sussex Streets.

All candidates have confirmed participation and the event is free and open to the public up to 200 people.


Posted on: 2014/10/15 20:30
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Contractor to Expand Deck
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I'm looking for someone to widen the deck in the back of our house. Any recommendations?

Thanks.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2014/6/2 0:35
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Re: Looking for a children's swim teacher
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Gabby Creery for sure. She's got a program after regular camp hours at Camp Liberty.

www.startingblockswim.com.
Director of Programs Jennifer@sbswimnj.com
917-349-7235

Posted on: 2014/6/2 0:33
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Re: contractor for Ductless, Mini-Split Air Conditioner/Heat Pumps
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We had a Mitsubishi Mr. Slim installed 10 years ago and have no complaints. Bob, from Ultra Air installed it. (973) 450-1141.

Posted on: 2014/3/15 19:42
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Re: Lots of Police/Detectives in front of Fussy Friends Tonight
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The East District just confirmed that the incident occurred and that they just caught the guy. No further information on the victim or suspect.

stephanie

Posted on: 2013/4/25 15:03
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Re: Self-Leveling Concrete Contractor
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Thanks. (I thought I was soliciting opinions from JC List.)

Stephanie

Posted on: 2012/11/20 15:11
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Self-Leveling Concrete Contractor
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Can anyone recommend someone who does self-leveling, concrete floors? I'd appreciate hearing from you!

Thanks,
Stephanie

Posted on: 2012/11/16 14:30
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13 Spaces at 100 Marin
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Individual locked storage, key to private dock.

$50 per month + $25 key deposit.

Let me know if you are interested, there are not many spots.

BTW, I'm told that at the end of Hudson Street and the Morris Canal there will be a kayak ramp. There is zero parking there, however. They are working on the Governor's Walkway right now, and I wasn't given an ETA. I wouldn't hold my breath for it being ready this summer, but you never know.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2012/5/19 20:57
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Stucco work
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Can anyone recommend someone to do stucco work on the back of our house?

Thanks.

Stephanie

thanks for moving this to the correct place! i looked but didn't see it before i posted.

s

Posted on: 2012/4/30 15:41
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HPHA/DCNA Board of Ed Candidate Forum
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With education at the forefront of state initiatives and a superintendent search underway, voting in the Jersey City Board of Education election is more important than ever. To help the public make an educated vote, the Historic Paulus Hook Association will hold its 3rd annual Board of Education Candidate Forum on Thursday evening, April 5 from 7 pm to 9 pm at PS16, 96 Sussex Street.

All are welcome to come learn about the issues and hear the candidates. The forum is sponsored by the HPHA and co-sponsored by the Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (DCNA).

The Historic Paulus Hook Association was founded on Sunday, September 24, 1974 as a 501(c)(3) organization to promote the common good of area residents, improve the quality of life and advocate for open space, historic preservation and responsible development in the Paulus Hook neighborhood of downtown Jersey City.

Posted on: 2012/3/16 7:20
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Re: Kayaking in JC
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Anyone who is interested, please contact me directly at effy7@verizon.net

The offer we have is for year-round locked storage and a private launch. I will see about a water supply.

Most of you know space is at a premium on the downtown Jersey City waterfront. The kinds of amenities we are talking about may not come cheaply. The land-owner was interested to know if there was any interest at all, so I'm doing the research. If there are enough of us it may be doable.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2012/2/21 3:04
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Re: Kayaking in JC
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I'm a novice, but thoroughly addicted kayaker. I'm in conversation with the folks over at Liberty Harbor North, and there is some willingness to get something going in the way of year-round, locked storage with key access to the marina 100 feet away. A ramp would be constructed off the existing dock. Roll your kayak into the water.

I'm trying to gauge the following:

1. interest in year-round storage with private access to the water
2. how much would you pay for this service

Clearly it has to be worth it for him, so it will take critical mass to accomplish this. There is room for around 30 kayaks.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2012/2/16 21:07
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Re: Drywall
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I am looking for someone to tear down old drywall, install a vapor barrier and replace/tape sheet rock in the kitchen. Can someone make a recommendation?

Thanks.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2010/8/9 14:53
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Re: Family Tree Service
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I called all the tree services that had been given good feedback on JC List. The only ones that even returned my call were Bob - Hamilton Tree Company and Reliable. Reliable made an appointment to come look at the job (extensive pruning on a huge maple in my neighbor's yard that we'd both agreed to cooperate on trimming). They not only never showed up, but didn't even bother to return my repeated calls. Not so reliable after all.

Bob did the job. He not only showed up when he said he would, but took great care with the tree, carefully brought them out through our house (the only way out) cut up all the branches and stacked all the wood. He's a great guy and I highly recommend him. Hamilton Tree Company - 201 572-3055.

Stephanie

Posted on: 2010/4/27 0:09
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Film Screening: "The Cartel" Sunday Oct 25 @ OLC 4PM
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DOCUMENTARY ON CORRUPTION IN NEW JERSEY SCHOOL SYSTEM “THE CARTEL” TO SCREEN ON OCTOBER 25TH IN JERSEY CITY

watch the trailer: http://www.vimeo.com/5596036

WHEN: Sunday, October 25th, 2009 - 4:00 P.M.

WHERE: OLC Community Room - Our Lady of Czestochowa
118 Sussex St. Jersey City, NJ 07302


WHY: A community screening of “The Cartel”, a documentary that focuses on the education crisis in New Jersey,with highlights on what is happening in Jersey City, including the year-long struggle faced by The Ethical Community Charter School to have its charter approved .

No other state besides New York spends as much per pupil, but the Garden State has little to show for its investment. Spending can exceed $400,000 per classroom, and yet only 39 percent of the state’s eighth-graders are proficient or advanced readers, and only 40 percent are proficient or advanced in math. This costly, unconscionable failure forms the subject of “The Cartel.”

“The Cartel” shows the educational system like it has never been seen before. Behind every dropout factory lurks a powerful, entrenched, and self-serving cartel, but the film doesn't just describe the problem. By balancing local storylines against interviews with education experts such as Clint Bolick (former president of Alliance for School Choice), Gerard Robinson (president of Black Alliance for Educational Options), and Chester Finn (president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute), “The Cartel” explores what dedicated parents, committed teachers, clear-eyed officials, and tireless reformers are doing to make our schools better for our kids.

Posted on: 2009/10/22 2:42
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Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning - not Mastiffs
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These dogs are South African Boerboels, not Mastiffs. They should be owned and bred only by very experienced people, not easy dogs.

I was told the dogs were removed from the apartment this morning. They will be held at LHS pending the outcome of the hearing.

Posted on: 2009/1/21 20:13
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