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Re: Drunk driver hits cars on 5th st.
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sucks because that's happened to me twice with one car being totaled. However, both drivers were caught.

Posted on: 10/15 15:18
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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We are still looking for players. Again, training Wednesday nights, games Sunday mornings. Some occasional travel involved. Looking for 29 - 39 year old range.

Posted on: 10/2 9:49
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Re: Diesel&Duke, 389 Monmouth
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Went last night. Burger was decent so was poutine. I would eat again, but it's not crazy good like Burger Joint (Le Parker Meridien) - Bub's Burgers (Carmel, Indiana) or New Park Tavern good. ... but better than Left Bank.

Posted on: 9/25 16:34
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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Any updates

Posted on: 9/21 10:34
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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If you are in fantastic shape for Over 40, will consider. But I think we won't entertain over 45 unless you played pro LOL. How old are you.

Posted on: 9/18 13:21
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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College level plus or Euro / South American advanced club level.. we aren't talking former professionals, just someone who can make a difference, has good technical skill and understands passing and movement off the ball. It's a great group. Just need to refresh the team a bit. Thanks and sorry for the late response.

Posted on: 9/18 13:20
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Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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Message me if you are an advanced soccer player age 30-40 that can play Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.

Posted on: 9/17 11:49
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Re: The Rivet
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those numbers are high. Plus they want 50 a month for dog 25 for cat. Monthly. And 95 dollar for parking, which is their special one time offer now. http://rivetapts.com/specials/

the balls

Posted on: 8/22 14:40
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Only 5 Years ???
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https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e_a_bar_gets_5_years.html

If that was my family member or friend, I would be pissed. Plead out. Thought it would be 10-15 range.

Posted on: 7/12 12:27
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Re: 4th of July in JC @ Exchange Place - Featuring Snoop Dog
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If you are getting paid to perform (though the Doggfather did donate his winnings), you need to be punctual. This is not amateur hour. I do not go to a show at MSG, the Rock or Barclays expecting the band to perform an hour after their scheduled time. The easiest part of any job is showing up on time. I would still call the day's event successful.

Posted on: 7/6 13:15
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Re: RIVET is now leasing in GV
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700 square feet in this no mans land needs to be $1800-2000 max !

Posted on: 6/22 11:21
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Re: Gov Murphy
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Wasn't it a private jet - meaning Murphy paid out of his pocket. Also, when you use your family to campaign for you or with you, they are not a private citizen. Sounds like his son is a mess. Spoiled too.

Posted on: 6/18 13:55
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Re: 400 Unit Development in Hamilton Park
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What's the parking situation.. They charge residents, free for residents, etc. Lived here 14 years and it was pretty easy until the hospital converted and 10th street got built up.. It will look like "SoHo" Jersey City (between 14 and 18 Street)..

Posted on: 6/8 15:44
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Re: Hamilton Park facilities
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add benches to the passage lanes.

Posted on: 5/31 15:01
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
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I don't live near Newark. Friends do, these are their issues. If it is such a great idea, and helped established a 'restaurant row' which really is a bar row (which I do partake, respectfully), why not help other communities do the same? Why close only Newark? Aesthetically, it's ugly. Paint the street green and close it, don't do anything to improve the space, just close the street. No plan. Again, they could have renovated the street for 1 lane traffic, widened the sidewalks and close from Friday noon to Monday morning? If the goal is for more 'car free' zones, closing one more block does what? Close and improve other streets in other neighborhoods that really do need a catalyst to improvement?

Posted on: 5/25 13:13
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
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Generic response "it's a city, etc..etc...etc.. there's noise in a city..etc..etc".. hit snooze button.

1. Exchange Place is very lightly trafficked, easy to close a dead end street.

2. Newark Avenue could have widened the sidewalks, converted to one lane, and put an ordinance on the number of bars in a zoned area. Thus reducing the Beale / Bourbon Street effect.

3. Columbus and Grand SHOULD have center barriers for safety reasons, it's a no brainer, yet, radio silence.

4. After 9 PM, this Newark Restaurant Row turns into a nightmare for residents who have lived in the general proximity for years. How about we close your block and open up bars?

5. Proposal to close MLK and Central, just the same as prior to closing Newark Avenue, prop up and create new eating and drinking establishments / businesses and make it a car free zone.

6. More parks = better quality of life.

I am not against the idea, but it needs to be smarter, with a plan and purpose and zoned better. From what I see, Newark Avenue has been closed for 2 years....still has crumbling sidewalks, cheesy planters, a street painted green. Wow. Fabulous.

Posted on: 5/23 14:07
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Re: Am I allowed to put up fliers informing neighbors about a felon who has moved into the neighborh
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Maybe someone leased it out for him? Weird looking cat also. In any case, this really sucks.

Posted on: 5/22 14:58
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
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Agree with Animal. If it's so great, why did an ordinance just pass: no rooftops after midnight and you cannot re-enter an establishment after 1 am. If they can truly transform Newark into a 'park' that would be great. But the city pushed to have a restaurant row which turned into bar row. It's a closed street painted green. Make new green space by creating parks. What about closing Central Avenue, MLK... close little India (Newark Avenue). No one has to live in a city where pee bottles are tossed all over the place along with disruptive behavior on adjacent streets. What about beautifying Columbus Drive? That needs a central barrier to make it easy to cross (think NYC Park Avenue) and streets not as wide (it's become a raceway). Grand Street could do the same. No, we need one block closed off for what? Add more bars?

Posted on: 5/22 14:54
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
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Pee-destrian. Barrow will have to be closed from Columbus to Bay. Bay going westbound can turn right at Barrow.

Personally, the space is ugly. It is a street painted green. People living from 3 Street to Newark are littered with wandering drunks, bottles full of pee, loud talkers and cars circling their blocks looking for parking. Maybe making more green parks is a better answer to car free zones. This is mini-Beale Street. It's cheesy.

Posted on: 5/21 16:24
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485 Marin
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https://ny.curbed.com/2018/3/19/171393 ... ent-485-marin-launch-date

I wish this was never built. It's ugly. Will every tenant get free parking? If not, our Hamilton Park streets are doomed.

Posted on: 3/20 13:16
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Re: 'Porch pirate' charged with snatching bait package, throws fit at court appearance
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good !

Posted on: 3/7 13:06
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Re: $100,000 Cashier's Check/Laptop Stolen from BMW - 10th & Jersey
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smells of fish - I'm afraid to leave a quarter in my car, who leaves laptops and checks - had to be visible.

Posted on: 3/6 10:05
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Carolyn's on Orient
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Anyone ever been?

Posted on: 3/5 16:25
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Property taxes should be fair. If your house (living in downtown is worth 1,000,000 - you should pay 16,000 and if you live in a poorer area of our city, say Greenville, and your house is worth 200,000, you should pay 3200. That's fair and equal. If a lawyer, living in a brownstone, worth 1,000,000 cannot afford to pay another 6,000 (and with new tax law, exempt it from his taxes beyond 10,000), he or she needs to reconsider what to do with the property. I have a feeling the lawyer will be able to afford the 60 percent increase. I know it sucks, but fair is fair and other parts of the city should not be taxed unequally and disadvantaged.

Posted on: 2/15 14:18
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Re: Two people killed in a violent crash on Tonnelle Avenue early Sunday morning
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The US has the highest rate of deaths by vehicle per miles driven than any other developed country in the world because 1. higher speed limits 2. allowance of young drivers on the road and 3. 1/7 people still don't wear seatbelts, incredibly. - - Only the German Autobahn, which actually does have limits (as well as unrestricted areas) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobahn

The rise in driverless vehicles will decrease accidents.

Posted on: 2/15 13:45
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Where can I drop off an old TV plus other electronics in Jersey City??
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See subject line, thanks everyone for your insight into my question.

Posted on: 1/27 11:30
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Re: TV Repair - Dislpay not working !
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Yes, I knew that, but hoped an 11 dollar t - con board would solve it, but it has to be LED(s) - since I saw a flash on the corner of the TV when it went black. Oh well, just purchased LG UHD4K Smart TV 43 inch for 299 and it works great.

Posted on: 1/27 11:29
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CleanChoice Energy
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Got their New Jersey Resident letter today. Price I receive for first 3 billing months will be 14.80/kw. Thereafter charged at a variable rate. BYE. Anyone else receive this scam?

Posted on: 1/25 20:54
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Re: TV Repair - Dislpay not working !
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Didn't work. Changed t-con board, same result, hear tv, can't see tv.

Posted on: 1/25 20:52
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Re: TV Repair - Dislpay not working !
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Did that, of course. Cross fingers and hope it works. Shipment is on its way. Maybe receive tomorrow, probably Thursday - will update. Thx

Posted on: 1/23 20:58
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