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Re: Sleep Clinic + Potty Training Workshop
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How about posting this in advance next time?

Posted on: 10/7 22:47
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Re: Jersey City Residents Say Chaotic Bike Lanes Send Cyclists The Wrong Way In Front Of A School, Churc
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A car stuck in traffic will pollute much more than one moving. Someone needs to get that info to Fulop.

Posted on: 9/27 0:45
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Re: New Bike Lane !!
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Passing Montgomery st during rush hr it was grid locked. With only one lane heading east now cars were backed up behind cars trying to enter Edison fast park. There is no longer a second lane to allow traffic to pass any obstruction. Looking west Montgomery was also grid locked for as far as I could see. Can anyone explain why 3 bike lanes in each direction for a total of 6 is needed? Any green benefit is surely off set by hundreds of idling cars polluting the air.

Posted on: 9/6 14:30
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Let's see if it was permitted first. Ok? But go ahead and tattletale on your neighbors. What goes around comes around.


You're a fool. This isn't like he added a bathroom without a permit, this affects everyone on the block both in parking and in making the area uglier.


Brewster you are an unconscionable know it all. Let's see what you have to say if it was a permitted drive.

Posted on: 7/13 23:54
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Let's see if it was permitted first. Ok? But go ahead and tattletale on your neighbors. What goes around comes around.


You're a fool. This isn't like he added a bathroom without a permit, this affects everyone on the block both in parking and in making the area uglier.


Brewster you are an unconscionable blabber mouth. Let's see what you have to say if it was a permitted drive.

Posted on: 7/13 23:54
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Let's see if it was permitted first. Ok? But go ahead and tattletale on your neighbors. What goes around comes around.

Posted on: 7/13 2:00
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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No. From my perspective it's up to the city to do something. Not a nosey or jealous neighbor.

Posted on: 7/12 23:14
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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I'm curious to see what happens as well. I bet after all your whining they get to keep the driveway. And all that will be accomplished is more tax money wasted

Posted on: 7/12 17:29
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Somebody moved into a house a couple of months ago on my block and completely paved over their front garden, cutting down some trees and flowers and putting in place a cheap concrete job. Now they are parking their car in the makeshift driveway, eliminating a street parking spot.


I know it's illegal to do this in Jersey City without a zoning variance or a grandfathered curb cut. Who can I call to complain about it?


You sound like a great neighbor.


You sound like an ass. In a row of houses with a front yard you can't just shitty pave over it and put your car or whatever other shit you have on it. You sound like a shit neighbor.


You are the ass. It's none of their business

Posted on: 7/12 13:02
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Re: Neighbor illegaly paved over front yard for parking
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Somebody moved into a house a couple of months ago on my block and completely paved over their front garden, cutting down some trees and flowers and putting in place a cheap concrete job. Now they are parking their car in the makeshift driveway, eliminating a street parking spot.

I know it's illegal to do this in Jersey City without a zoning variance or a grandfathered curb cut. Who can I call to complain about it?


You sound like a great neighbor.

Posted on: 7/12 11:50
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Re: Pitbull and AKON to Headline at Jersey City 4th of July Festival 2019
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I saw today on the corner of Marin and Grand a sign for event parking. $50 to park at liberty harbor for the fireworks. Did anyone do this? Was there anything else included?

Posted on: 7/6 0:54
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Hey Cuomo today just signed a bill designed to give scum like this a drivers license. With a drivers license undocumented people can vote in NY. Further the bill limits the dentention time allowed to hold criminal illegals. I'm sure that dope Murphy will be on board soon.


This simply isn't true, undocumented persons will not be able to vote as the requirements to register are:

- Be a United States citizen;
- Be 18 years old by December 31 of the year in which you file this form (note: you must be 18 years old by the date of the general, primary or other election in which you want to vote);
- Resident of this state and the county, city or village for at least 30 days before the election;
- Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction (unless parolee pardoned or restored rights of citizenship);
- Not be adjudged mentally incompetent by a court;
- Not claim the right to vote elsewhere.

And the bill has no provisions regarding detention, incarceration or any other form of detainment.

The point is the animal that killed Ms. Carolina was a bad dude and his citizenship status has nothing to do with that.


1. if they are already here illegally what's to stop them from checking the box claiming they are a US citizen and registering to vote? --- NOTHING
2. he was here illegally after being deported twice, his status has everything to do with her being dead at his hands.



What? Checking a box is not how we prove our citizenship in this country. We have these things called Social Security Cards and Birth Certificates. Citizenship status not on your drivers license and at voting polls you're typically required to bring two forms of ID one of which is those documents that "undocumented" people wouldn't have.

2. he was here illegally after being deported twice, his status has everything to do with her being dead at his hands.

Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, Richard Ramirez... Please explain what their citizenship status had to do with the murders they committed or is it you just prefer you killers who kill in the united states to be born here?



Good point! With enough US born lunatics to police why do we allow the undocumented. Makes zero sense. Unless you are buying votes!

Posted on: 6/20 20:14
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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In order to vote you first must register. If you are not registered you cannot vote. Surprise you smart folks did not know that. To register to vote you must:

Be a U.S. citizen;
Be 18 years old by the end of this year;
Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction; and
Not claim the right to vote elsewhere.


You are speaking of federal voting laws. Check again. I provided a link of what NY requires and it's just a drivers license

Posted on: 6/20 18:01
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Here is a link to what NY requires someone to possess in order to vote.


https://www.voteriders.org/ufaqs/new-york-voter-id-information/

Posted on: 6/20 16:33

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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Hey Cuomo today just signed a bill designed to give scum like this a drivers license. With a drivers license undocumented people can vote in NY. Further the bill limits the dentention time allowed to hold criminal illegals. I'm sure that dope Murphy will be on board soon.

Posted on: 6/20 0:51
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Re: New Electric Garbage Trucks...
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All the no turn on red signs recently put up has been terrible for air quality.

Posted on: 6/5 0:30
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Re: We need this in JC to move panhandlers away...
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It's getting so bad here in Jersey city with all these panhandling people everywhere.
It started out with only 1 person many years ago which was Larry Adam's on 440 by Communipaw Ave & now everyday there's another 2 or 3 different people in and out of traffic. They are really causing traffic to backup cause people want to give them money & talk and at the same time not run them over.
Here, look at this link I came across yesterday...
Newark Ticketing Drivers Who Give Money To Panhandlers – CBS New York
https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/05/2 ... ive-money-to-panhandlers/



But Mayor Fulop said the liquor store was the problem.

Posted on: 5/30 12:45
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Re: "Jersey City mayor would build more housing for gentrifiers, call it ‘affordable’"
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That chart you referenced is what I figured the incomes to be. However I was about to rent an apartment to someone who backed out at the last min. She told me that making $125k per yr qualified her for moderate housing in a new tower opening in JSQ. She got a reduction making her rent $1700 for a 1 bed.

Posted on: 5/22 20:33
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Re: Plastic bag bans coming to Hoboken, Jersey City
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How about China recycling every piece of plastic it sends to the US.


How about the U.S. quits buying plastic crap from China?


Lead by exanple

Posted on: 5/3 19:36
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Re: Plastic bag bans coming to Hoboken, Jersey City
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How about China recycling every piece of plastic it sends to the US.


How about the U.S. quits buying plastic crap from China?


Lead by exanple

Posted on: 5/3 19:36
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Re: SATURDAY - Newport Fiesta 5K - Road Closures/No Parking
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What do you mean there has been "no proactive information to alert people to this happening."

The City has used all of their social media platforms to show road closures and parking restrictions (Twitter, Facebook, and their official website).

And the road closure signs and parking restriction signs are plentiful and have been up for nearly a week already.

I'm not a JC gov't apologist here, but as a resident of Paulus Hook, I can assure you that we're well informed.


Newsflash: most people are NOT in social media AND following all the JC channels/platforms. I have seen one electronic sign, and I suspect I only noticed that it said because I am doing the race.

Let's see if we end up with the crazy traffic jams and chaos that materialize every time there are road closures in DTJC for an event.


I for one, am looking forward to the lulz. Especially wanna hear from the poster that wanted to stop one of last years races periodically so that traffic could pass.


Would you? I suppose you are talking about me. Last year I was stuck on Grand street where there were no signs posted. No detours set up either. This year I see streets are labeled. Just what I was asking for last year. Try reading what I wrote. Reading comprehension is important maybe not for you but for most.

Posted on: 5/3 2:56
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Re: Plastic bag bans coming to Hoboken, Jersey City
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How about China recycling every piece of plastic it sends to the US.

Posted on: 5/2 18:09
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Re: Plastic bag bans coming to Hoboken, Jersey City
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How about China recycling every piece of plastic it sends to the US.

Posted on: 5/2 18:09
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Re: Jersey City council pay would nearly double under new plan
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You either want to do the job or you don't. Thumbs down!

Posted on: 5/1 4:38
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Re: Murphy pulls Mississippi flag from LSP
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How sensitive Murphy is! So sensitive that, after prayer, it is now legal in NJ to off one's eldelry parent.

Uhhh no. Euthanasia is still illegal in NJ.

The bill Murphy signed is pretty specific. You need 2 doctors to sign off that the patient has a terminal illness with a prognosis of 6 months or less left of life; the patient also must be of sound mind and self-administer the drug. Sounds pretty compassionate to me.


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And funding "Planned Parenthood" [sic] was his first bill.

Some of us view funding a major women's health provider as a good thing.


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And he has spent what seems like most of his energy trying to overcome resistance by the Black Caucus to pot legalization.

Yes, as the majority of NJers want legalized marijuana, and those legislators have valid concerns.

None of this, obviously, has anything to do with removing a state flag that includes a symbol of the Confederacy from a state park.


Are you actually trying to say Murphy has done a competent job as Govonor?

Posted on: 4/29 20:23
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Re: $2M state funding for Grand Street redevelopment
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All great news...but an odd question, the photo the link does not look like Grand Street east or west bound at any point... Am I correct?


I hate to have to break it to you, but there's more to both JC and Grand St than Downtown. That section is up by Arlington Park. The plan as described sounds very much like the changes to Observer Highway in Hoboken east of Marin. Wasn't the end of the world, but I think there's more traffic on Grand.


Gezz... No problem, did not mean to make you answer my simple question about the photo location with such a whiny smug response.

And thanks for the geography lesson, it is nice to know there is life beyond the pale of the turnpike extension.


It's also clear you don't know what "beyond the pale" means.


What do you presume it to mean?

Posted on: 4/15 16:43
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Re: Should inmates be allowed to vote?
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i don't necessarily see why inmates should be disenfranchised


Of course not. The whole objective of the left is vote buying. Why do you think there is no longer support for border security? They want to let in people who will vote democratic.

Posted on: 4/11 11:45
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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I did an OPRA awhile back from the Hudson County prison. 50 to 60 percent of the people in the prison are non-citizens. The charges various from sexual assault, rape, drug/and or sex trafficking. The politicans are in favor of immigration due to the census. The more people, the higher the dollar amount and perhaps an additional congressional seat.


This is a perfect example of what happens when people quote numbers and facts without understanding them or their context. Something of which you are quite an expert!

The Kearny jail has an unusually large percentage of non-citizens, but that is because the county has a contract with the federal government to house ICA detainees in that jail. A more informed opinion would be to understand how many of the Kearny jail prisoners are there because of crimes committed locally and are not there as part of the ICE contract. Of course, that would take time, effort, and intellectual honesty. Much easier to spout numbers without logic or reasoning.


What you seem to fail to understand is that those locked up are criminals. As is the person who killed the jogger!


LOL WUT!? Kindly point out where have I ever said such a thing? I am stridently against illegal immigration. That doesn't negate expecting intellectual honesty in a conversation in which facts and numbers are being thrown around.

The problem with Yvonne's post (and previous statements on this subject, and others) is that she likes to confuse things by throwing out numbers without context, to try and bolster her argument or opinion. Her post was clearly meant to convey two ideas: that most criminals are illegal immigrants (not true) and that the illegal immigrant population in JC (and this area) is much larger than most people think or assume.



What I was stating in my post was that while the method in which these prisoners are being held in the Kearny jail doesn't change the fact they are criminals and illegal.

Posted on: 4/6 0:33
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Re: Female Jogger Slain - Body Found in Lincoln Park Lake
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Yvonne wrote:
I did an OPRA awhile back from the Hudson County prison. 50 to 60 percent of the people in the prison are non-citizens. The charges various from sexual assault, rape, drug/and or sex trafficking. The politicans are in favor of immigration due to the census. The more people, the higher the dollar amount and perhaps an additional congressional seat.


This is a perfect example of what happens when people quote numbers and facts without understanding them or their context. Something of which you are quite an expert!

The Kearny jail has an unusually large percentage of non-citizens, but that is because the county has a contract with the federal government to house ICA detainees in that jail. A more informed opinion would be to understand how many of the Kearny jail prisoners are there because of crimes committed locally and are not there as part of the ICE contract. Of course, that would take time, effort, and intellectual honesty. Much easier to spout numbers without logic or reasoning.


What you seem to fail to understand is that those locked up are criminals. As is the person who killed the jogger!

Posted on: 4/5 19:03
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Re: Fulop wants to charge NY’ers their own congestation pricing
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Awww... Stevie means well but fucks it up. More taxes are not the answer.

He's basically advocating for higher tolls by the Port Aurthoity so it can be invested in PATH and other transHudson transit improvements.

Also, I didn't read that NYC residents would be exempt from the congestion pricing scheme, but assuming that is the case, why is that unacceptable but a payroll tax on Jersey City businesses that employ out of towners, with the revenue being used to fund our bloated and shitty school board, is somehow okay?

I'm a big transit/bike/pedestrian supporter but congestion pricing should be for exactly that -- reducing congestion-- not as a retaliatory tool to punish NY commuters into JC. The unintended consequences include businesses getting fed up with thr extra taxes and leaving, taking with them their precious income taxes they generate. Maybe if we make this city shitty enough, that will solve our congestion problems because everyone will have had enough bullshit and move away to Florida.


I think Murphy is taking care of your last point - the state is quickly becoming a sh!thole with never-ending high taxes and bowing to public unions - people ARE leaving the state in droves.


Govonor nitwit strikes again

Posted on: 4/3 7:58
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