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Re: 6 ft Distance ?
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I think you should ask your Mommy what % that should be?

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I think the best bars and restaurants can do is limit the customers inside to a % of their capacity.



I can figure that one out myself snowflake.

Posted on: 6/16 20:31
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Re: 6 ft Distance ?
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I think the best bars and restaurants can do is limit the customers inside to a % of their capacity.

Posted on: 6/13 15:46
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Re: Where and to whom to report illegal "airbnb"
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There is one using 3 apartments at 479 Manila


Go tell your Mommy!

Posted on: 6/10 2:48
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Re: Protest Against Police Brutality in Jersey City June 2, 2020
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Seriously. Show me the arrest stats. What percentage of police arrests end in a death? There will always be outliers and rouge cops but 20 yrs of living in JC i see the police turn a blind eye often to low level crimes. Enough with the false narrative.

Posted on: 6/3 17:35
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Re: JCBOE hikes school taxes by 39 percent. Paging Yvonne.
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And despite a big drop in revenue, the BoE is increasing its spending with this year's forthcoming budget. Tone deaf to a fault.


That sounds like sound fundamental democratic thought.

Posted on: 5/20 14:12
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Re: JCBOE hikes school taxes by 39 percent. Paging Yvonne.
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That was my point. With more building came more revenue that was mismanaged.

Yes, I'm sure that years of school over subsidization by the state, forcing Murphy to finally reconfigure the Abbott District formula to force Jersey City to pay its fair share in taxes going forward had nothing to do with the increase. It's development fault.

Maybe if we were still a ghetto like the 1980s, Murphy would have been justified in keeping the previous formula in place.

All this is pre-COVID so tax increases should be getting even more wild down the road.

Increase in funding does not equal a better education. I also shake my head when I see parents cheer for it. They've been bamboozled! I think Camden spends $100,000 per student head and no one would say they have the results to show for it. How other states can provide a quality education for a fraction of that but it remains a challenge in New Jersey, I will never know. I really wish they just consolidated all 600+ schools boards into one for each county. That might help control administrative costs. Until then, it's up up and away in taxes.[/quote]

Posted on: 5/15 18:31
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Re: JCBOE hikes school taxes by 39 percent. Paging Yvonne.
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Some help all the building and business increase of the last 20 yrs has done to help keep taxes down.

Posted on: 5/13 4:13
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Re: Grubhub drivers dupe restaurant out of hundreds, owner says
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Grub hub needs to insist on proof of delivery. Maybe a picture of the food and address. Or signature from recipient.

Posted on: 4/12 17:15
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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Well, there was an unnecessary war and a recession that led to a liquidity crisis and double digit unemployment, dontchaknow.


While the war may have been unnecessary it certianly did NOT lead to the unemployment spike or the other underlining problems like the housing collapse. Those were directly related to Clinton era policies such as repeal of glass stegall and lending practices.

Posted on: 4/11 17:25
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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Rule #1: When you have failed at your task, blame others. If our current president somehow had a term length similar to FDR, he'd still be blaming Obama and past administrations and/or invisible enemies that he never saw coming for why America isn't yet great again in 2030. When you can yell loud, you can convince others. Blame Democrats, Obama, Clintons, the Bush family, the Chinese, bone spurs.. whatever comes to mind - all good.


You must be about 12 yrs old since you don't remember Oblamea blaming GWB every day he was in office.

Posted on: 4/11 7:33
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
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I blame Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This is why electing a competent president is SO IMPORTANT. Not a game show host.


Blame Deblasio!
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Posted on: 4/11 7:29
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Re: Coronavirus is now in Hudson County
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This is the easy part. With the aftermath will come the real pain!

Posted on: 3/22 0:23
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Re: * FEAR MONGERING LIBERAL PROGRESSIVE MEDIA *
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose over 1,294 points or 5 percent in what is the biggest point gain ever. Ditto for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq from a point gain of 136 and 384 points respectively.


Check again!

Posted on: 3/3 21:20
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Re: Hudson Cinemas closed?
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The best thing that has happened to Bayonne is the Costco opening. Surprisingly, it is never as crowded as you would think.


Yeah, I think they miscalculated: cheap land and a suburban style store vs more customers. Had they built an urban style store Downtown like the one in Red Hook, or like the HD, they'd have had a lot more wealthy customers within a short distance.

These big national chains have bean counters that look at the high land cost or rent in dense areas and veto it without seriously taking customer density into account. Years ago before they opened Jersey stores I contacted Harbor Freight and suggested they open one on 440. That's between 2 cities of 250k each. Their response was they don't open stores with that high rents, even though they had stores in little towns of 30k out west. They simply could not wrap their heads around the hugely larger customer base per store.


Or simply they wanted to tap into the thousands of cars that travel past that very spot each day!

Posted on: 1/24 18:47
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Re: Well... you knew this was coming after last week's horror.
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It's really quite something to see the seething hate among these Democrats. I would have thought that to be saved for Trump

Posted on: 1/9 20:32
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Re: JC teachers who made 99K or more in 2019
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This has nothing to do with the Boomer generation. I read budgets. In the 1970s, when the boomers were young, the city council budget was $90 million and it took 300 years to get to that point, in the by the early 2000s, it jumped to $321 million. Now less than 20 years later, it is over $600 million. It has to do with bonding and spending. And that is just city government.


Exactly. All the commercial development did nothing to help residents with taxes. Tax and spend. Tax and spend. Where have I heard that before?

Posted on: 12/17 15:48
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Re: Active Shooter in JC?
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The incident started with the fatal shooting of a police officer at a cemetery before the two assailants, a man and a woman who were suspects in a homicide, holed up in the market, engaging police in a lengthy gun battle.

The shooters also killed Moshe Deutsch, 24; Miguel Douglas, 49; and Joe Seals, a Jersey City police detective. The shooters, identified as David Anderson and Francine Graham, were found dead in the store.

Now the Jewish community of Jersey City, and their friends and family in New York, are reeling and wondering what comes next.

Many had moved from Brooklyn to escape the borough’s high prices and had found a welcoming new home. It wasn’t a danger zone, they said. They got along with their neighbors and did not experience the anti-Semitic vandalism, harassment and assaults that have taken place recently in Brooklyn’s Hasidic neighborhoods.

“There have never been any attacks or incidents with the Jews who lived there,” said Rabbi Avi Schnall, the New Jersey director for Agudath Israel of America, an Orthodox organization. Schnall has worked with Jews and other local leaders in Greenville on building bridges with the neighborhood’s communities.

Schnall drew a link between Tuesday’s shooting and the killings at synagogues in Poway, California, in April, and in Pittsburgh a little more than a year ago.

“It’s beyond tragic,” Schnall said. “It’s frightening. What’s more frightening is this is not a local issue. This is taking place in three places throughout the country in the past year, that people are being gunned down.”

Officials say it remains unclear whether the attack was motivated by anti-Semitism. Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop tweeted Wednesday morning that “it has now become clear from the cameras that these two individuals targeted the Kosher grocery location.” But officials at a news conference later in the day repeatedly stressed that they could not definitively say what motivated the shooters.

“We know there is significant speculation about the shooters’ motive,” said New Jersey Attorney General Gubrir Grewal. “We are not in the position at this time to say definitively why the suspect decided to stop in front of the supermarket and begin firing immediately.”

Less than a day after the shooting, JC Kosher is already rebuilding.

On Wednesday, a plywood frame stood in front of the store entrance near a truck carrying what looked like drywall. Men from a company called Gold Star Restoration were hammering away. Inside, boxes of children’s candy, cereal and croutons lined the shelves. A group of Orthodox men were carrying a shiny new door to the building. Construction paused only for a prayer service at the adjacent synagogue, K’hal Adas Greenville, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Murphy in attendance.

The grocery store is on Martin Luther King Drive, one of the neighborhood’s central thoroughfares. Down the street is a Pentecostal church, a mosque and a string of businesses. The surrounding blocks are full of row houses in a rainbow of colors along with some empty lots. Broken bottles and litter line the streets.
https://www.jta.org/2019/12/11/united- ... errorized-their-community
Jersey City residents say the area has been gentrifying, with a boom in new construction in the past few years. Douglas Harmon, 43, a lifetime Greenville resident and local building contractor, said most of the new arrivals are Jewish families.


I'm not sure where you got the 1st paragraph or if it's your own words but the shooters did not "hole up" in the kosher store. They went in guns firing. It's pretty well substantiated that their target was the people in the store.

Posted on: 12/12 22:50
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Re: Active Shooter in JC?
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Sources said David Anderson, who committed the deadly Tuesday attack with a woman identified as Francine Graham, was a one-time follower of the Black Hebrew Israelite movement and made the hateful postings on his social media page.

Posted on: 12/11 15:19
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Re: Active Shooter in JC?
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Does Fulop have any direct knowledge that the store was targeted? If he does he has not revealed what he knows.

Posted on: 12/11 12:58
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Re: Pedestrian plaza development
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Plaza did not claim another the hardware store. Not so convenient hours, over-priced and limited selection claimed the hardware store. The owners of the hardware store own the property and they plan to rent the space out. They probably saw the $ signs when comparing the rent they can commend verses the revenue they are currently making running the hardware store. Probably just a smart business move. Stop blaming the plaza for failed businesses. Pedestrian plazas exist ALL over the world with much success so not sure why JC is the exception according to you and other naysayers. Plaza isn't going anywhere so just deal with it.


Yes it did. Next will be the produce store on the corner of Erie. The owners have already said. By the way. I doubt many millennials are do it your selfers but that "limited selection" hardware store carried many things home depot does not. They were helpful too. But hey you can ride scooters now!


Believe what you want to believe. You will not convince me that not being able to drive up to the front entrance of the hardware store or any other defunct establishments is the reason they have closed. Last I checked, Tia's (on grove), Third and Vine (on 3rd) or Talde (on Erie) to name a few recently closed establishments don't have a pedestrian plaza in front of it. What say you about those or is your argument only convenient when a plaza exists?


You are naming restaurants. They strive on foot traffic hence "restaurant row" so I don't see you logic.

Posted on: 12/9 3:12
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Re: Pedestrian plaza development
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Plaza did not claim another the hardware store. Not so convenient hours, over-priced and limited selection claimed the hardware store. The owners of the hardware store own the property and they plan to rent the space out. They probably saw the $ signs when comparing the rent they can commend verses the revenue they are currently making running the hardware store. Probably just a smart business move. Stop blaming the plaza for failed businesses. Pedestrian plazas exist ALL over the world with much success so not sure why JC is the exception according to you and other naysayers. Plaza isn't going anywhere so just deal with it.


Yes it did. Next will be the produce store on the corner of Erie. The owners have already said. By the way. I doubt many millennials are do it your selfers but that "limited selection" hardware store carried many things home depot does not. They were helpful too. But hey you can ride scooters now!

Posted on: 12/6 5:11
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Re: Pedestrian plaza development
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This Plaza has claimed another victim. The hardware store is closing.

Posted on: 12/5 17:51
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Re: HC(JC) authorities search for hit-and-run minivan that left man in critical condition
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This guy lives and works in Jersey City. Jeeze, read the article!

Posted on: 2019/11/8 15:14
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Re: Embankment park is coming
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Cue Yvonne and all the haters. This will be wonderful for Downtown.


Yes. I agree. In 15 years that this will take to come fruition it will be great for downtown residents.

Posted on: 2019/10/23 14:13
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Re: Sleep Clinic + Potty Training Workshop
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How about posting this in advance next time?

Posted on: 2019/10/7 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: 2019/9/27 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: 2019/9/6 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: 2019/7/13 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: 2019/7/13 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: 2019/7/13 2:00
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