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Re: Explore 2000 Middle School 20th Year Celebration and Festival- Saturday, May 19 12 noon -5PM
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In spite of the rain forecast for tomorrow, this event will be held inside the school. Come join us
for a day of fun activities, music, food and raffles. This is a school event & celebration - cash transaction only.


Posted on: 2018/5/18 13:51
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Explore 2000 Middle School 20th Year Celebration and Festival- Saturday, May 19 12 noon -5PM
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Save the Date for Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 12 noon- 5PM -- A day of fun activities for all ages. Rain or Shine!
(In case of rain, all activities will take place inside the school).

Raffles will include two tickets to a Kevin Hart Show or two tickets to a Taylor Swift show.
Come and have a day of fun and show your support for the Explore 2000 Middle School.

Sales for activity wristband can be purchase now. Click on the link for more information and to purchase your wristband.
(Wristband will also be sold on the day of the festival).

http://hcstonline.org/explore2000/festivus-maximus-2018.html


Posted on: 2018/5/9 18:34
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Re: Cordero Principal Strynar retiring!!!
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I agree with DanL. Both my children attended Cordero and yes, there are some imperfections.
The teachers are great and staff members were helpful. There have been an increase with parents
involvement with the school.

Many people do not realize Cordero also accommodates special education classes for special needs
and autistic children. Some of these children are required to take the State mandated test which will
affect the school's overall ratings.

Posted on: 2017/6/22 13:50
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Re: Most of DTJC 2nd St. Closure next couple of days?
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Yes. The NO PARKING signs were placed by my area (near Manila)
last week.

It is now 11:07AM and still no sign of any activity. Why do the city do this?
Advance notice about no parking and work being done on the streets and when the
day arrives, nothing?

Posted on: 2017/6/20 15:09
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Re: Most of DTJC 2nd St. Closure next couple of days?
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"During working hours of 7:30 am through 5:00 pm on Monday through Friday, parking restrictions
will be enforced as posted"

It's now about 9:20AM and sadly, not even a peek of any "work" or activities happening right now.
Money probably being spent right now for non existent work...

Posted on: 2017/6/20 13:20
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Re: One solitary voting booth at Cordero School polling station
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I've voted in Jersey City for the last 15 years and never waited more than 5-10 minutes to vote.
Today, it was an 1 1/2 hr wait. Grace Church had a total of 4 voting booths (as it always have
been for the last 15 years) for 3 different districts and over 100 people waiting in five
different lines. Like the previous posters, do not get upset with the people that are
working at these stations. They are all volunteers and it isn't their fault for this setup.
We need to complain to the Hudson County Board of Elections to get this "fixed" for
future elections.

Posted on: 2016/11/8 16:01
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Re: PATH service going up in a few weeks!
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For more details regarding the PATH fare increase as well as the tunnel tolls, see the following link: http://www.panynj.gov/press-room/press-item.cfm?headLine_id=1445


Posted on: 2013/9/11 20:49
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Re: Collision at Second Street and Manila Avenue Raises Traffic Issues
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I am one of the "livid resident" that lives within this location. There are numerous accident that occurred at this intersection (and are not reported here or any of the Jersey City media). In fact, I have the local Jersey City Police telephone number as speed dial on my phone because of the high frequencies of these collisions.

Prior to this accident involved a husband and wife with a 2 mos old baby and a four years old daughter; another involved a senior citizen. I can keep listing but what is the use? Nothing has been done and I really wish the City would take some real action to resolve the traffic conditions throughout the city.

Posted on: 2012/8/30 19:40
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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People did walk up the escalators. You have to realized that at the top of the escalators, the exit is only five feet wide. 1/2 of it was blocked with commuters trying to get into the PATH stations and trying to take the PATH to NJ. With limited space to exit and high volume of commuters, it took me quite some time to exit out onto the street.

The Port Authority needs to create more exits area to get out of the WTC. Before 9/11, you had more than one exits. We currently only have one and on a day like today, it was dangerous.

Posted on: 2012/1/20 17:40
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Re: Dance Lessons or Dance Classes??
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Next Step Broadway is great. We enrolled our 4 yrs old daughter last fall and she loved it. The teachers and staff are great and we plan to re-enroll our daughter in the Fall again.

Posted on: 2011/7/9 14:34
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Re: Abbott Pre-School in the Heights?
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Here is a list from the Jersey City Board of Ed regarding prek3 and prek4 information for the 2011-2012 school year.

http://www.jcboe.org/media/140872/ear ... childhood%202011-2012.pdf

Posted on: 2011/1/7 23:29
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Re: VERIZON FIOS
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I just found out that FIOS is finally available to us (we live in Downtown JC on 2nd Street). I was browsing all the choices that I can sign up with Verizon. However, when I calculate the additional costs of the receivers and additonal channels that I want to subscribe to, I found that my cost is not any different than what I currently have with Comcast. I also read that Verizon charges higher taxes and also FCC charges. Could anyone confirm this info?

Posted on: 2008/12/31 4:32
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Re: Facial in Downtown JC
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Definitely Spa H located in the fitness center Club H. I have
gone there for a facial and was pleased with the service.

Here is the link to their website: http://www.spa-h.com/

They also have specials from time to time.

Posted on: 2008/12/14 1:36
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Re: Security Deposit
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Thanks for all the responses. I have moved a few times in my life and I always got my security deposit with interest. The reason I moved out of this apartment was that the landlord had "rules' from everything like how the door should be closed to the amount of garbage we can take out. The cleaning fees is due to the fact that we did not take out the stove and refrigerator and clean behind the appliances. (Can you believe it?) Also, I left one strand of hair in the bathtub.

Posted on: 2008/7/23 1:27
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Security Deposit
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We recently moved out of our apartment in the JC area and the Witchy landlord took out $325 of my security deposit
for cleaning and painting expenses as well as a $50 charge for replacing the water filter in the refrigerator. Now I know this is not "legal" but the landlord will not give me the money. I have gone to see an attorney and he indicated that the landlord was wrong in taking this money from my deposit. However, he suggested that this is a small amount of money and that it isn't worth my time to pursue it via Samll Claims Court. Is he right?

I think I should because it is more the "principle" and ethics as opposed to the $. Any advice?

Posted on: 2008/7/21 2:26
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Re: Finding an Apartment in Paulus Hook
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The apartments in the Downtown JC area do move fast. We were looking for awhile via Craigslist, broker and just plain walking around the neighborhood. We found our apartment just by seeing a FOR RENT sign in front of the building.

Posted on: 2008/6/19 14:16
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Re: Local Rental Scam you should know about
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When I was trying to find an apartment earlier this year, I also saw an ad on Craiglist that caught my attention. I responded to the ad and when I was informed that I had to send $$ prior to looking at the apartment, I knew it was a scam. There have been news coverage about this scam in the newspaper and on TV. At the end, NEVER send money to anyone prior to looking at the apartment.

Posted on: 2007/12/2 15:28
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Re: Lincoln Park Area Crack Down on newly built homes: Fines for over 200 illegal apartments city wide
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Illegal apartments are not just in the Lincoln Park area. They are also in the DOWNTOWN AREA (particularly the multi-family houses on Manila Avenue). I have written and called City hall about these illegal apartments but they have not done anything or responded to my calls. I have seen how these people live in these illegal apartments and it is so appalling. On top of that , the landlords are getting away with these illegal apartments. It is bad enough that rents are so expensive and the landlords are getting the extra income without reporting them to the proper agency.

Posted on: 2007/9/4 14:16
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