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Re: Protest @ Goldman Sachs Building JC Oct. 6 2PM
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Ok, get off the cops back, they where doing there job and actually agreed with what I had to say. So Goldmann Sachs and every other building in Paulus Hooke is using tax abatements. But yet wanted every cop in the Jersey City police force there because Healy kisses up to Goldmann Sachs. Now Goldmann Sachs doesnt pay a dime for any of this! We the tax payers do! OK, when the Colgate factory was there people where able to sustain a wage that was fair to living, raise a family and live in a tight knit neighborhood. Ok next I was trying to raise awareness to have Goldmann Sachs subsidize something for the city, Like pay for the police and or fire department to relive tax payers. Just like Oyster Creek Power Plantdoes in Lacey Twp. NJ. . Oyster Creek pays Lacey Twp. police saleries hence the police force is the highest paid in NJ. Now why cant this billion dollar corporation subsidize something. Schools anything. Because they know how to get away with murder. Literally, they have lawyers and money to do what ever and drain the state and cut corners.
But I do not want a comapany that will pay men and women from 3rd world countries 9.00 dollars and hour to do security. You cant afford to live on 9.00 an hour, I could just image what they would pay the police and fire departments if it was up to them to subsidize something. Since this tower is the largest in NJ why cant they but new equiptment for the fire department and make sure Jersey City is ready in case of a disaster or terrorist attack? We the working class people are being stretched to the limits from high taxes and yet multi-billion dollar corporations are crying about tax abatements.
Since Chris Christie can can public employee saleries at any moment in time, he can cut the tax abatements and say, "yes, you cant get away with this and lift the tax abaments and force these companies to pay a real estate tax?" C'mon people wake up at the highway robbery going on in New Jersey!

Posted on: 2011/10/7 15:05
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Re: Rooftop at 77 Hudson
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Im going to guess NO, I have a rooftop and you can get past our security guard if you are not a resident. Same for other buildings im sure, thats what we pay for is the rooftop.

Posted on: 2011/2/4 1:26
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Re: Jersey City Council encouraging residents to raise chickens and cultivate bees
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In nicer terms, this dude "Ron" is not the first raise chickens in Jersey City. I love Pioneers that move to this city and dont realize this was happening way before them! Born and raised here, I have fed chickens, roosters and my uncles pigeons on his rooftop on the Hill. Ok, there are still people who do this, now that the city is aware of this, it will be kabashed and another reason for the city to issue tickets. If something is not broke, dont fix it. Thanks Pioneer for bringing awareness and ruining it for everyone. - Your not the first and get over yourself.

Posted on: 2011/1/25 18:28
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Re: Flamingo Diner
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I was seeing the new owners every now and then.Havent seen them in a while. They completely gutted everything to the floor joyce's. You can see through the window on Montgomery Street. It looks like they ran out of money and probably got hassaled for permits from the city. I lived in the neighborhood my whole life. The Flaingo should have been the first thing to go. It was gross. But I miss it at times. The new owners are from NYC and had no idea what a Landmark it was. Oh well. We need a 24 diner Downtown.

Posted on: 2011/1/25 18:03
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Re: Jersey City Council encouraging residents to raise chickens and cultivate bees
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Better to just organic farm then to make it public. Its a city, very populated. People will put a stop to most good ideas in the city. Really think about being some kind of glorified pioneer. If its attention you are looking for, from all these posts, it sounds like you will trigger an ordinance against chicken farming. Better to just do things in this city then to want Glory and popularity. Good luck, the bee thing is cool but now all the annoying people are aware of this, except protests and new laws sprouting up.

Posted on: 2011/1/25 11:13
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Re: Satis Bistro -Cafe - Gelato in Paulus Hook
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No, I live in the neighborhood and go out to eat allot. Not in the food business at all. Sorry but it was a disappointment. Went into another establishment for a glass of wine and found myself looking at other peoples food and wanting to get that to eat. Change your ways or your doomed. I wanted Satis to be great, I did and its still has a chance but If they dont have spirits, really have amazing food that will keep people coming back.

Posted on: 2011/1/10 3:21
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Re: Satis Bistro -Cafe - Gelato in Paulus Hook
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Ate there a 2 weeks ago. Not impressed at all. Overpriced and the food was terrible. Sad but with so many other great places to eat its never going to last in this neighborhood.

Posted on: 2011/1/10 1:42
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Re: Jersey City Trivia
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Nathen Lane

Posted on: 2010/6/18 11:51
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Re: broker worth it for rental?
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I have been looking for a year. and "YES" it is worth it right now. Because rent has dropped so much downtown, all the people with signs posted"for rent" and craigslist do not know that rent has dropped. I got a great affordable place with my broker from Weichart. In Paules Hook. I suggest it. It sucks but I love my place.

I looked at a place in Bergan Lafayette for the same price as what I am paying in Palus Hook so its way worth it.

Posted on: 2010/6/10 17:29
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