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Re: Daddy make me the Mayor!!!
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Yeah I don’t think anyone is gong to beat Mayor Fulop. The city has really progressed under his 2 terms he should be rewarded with a 3rd. Opponents could take a hint from The Healy Clones run in 2017 and save their donors money. If they do not run Mayor Fulop could donate some of his vast war chest to JC programs or something. A win win.

Can anyone beat Steve Fulop?

Updated Jan 17, 2021; Posted Jan 17, 2021
By Peter D’Auria | The Jersey Journal and Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal

Steve Fulop doesn’t seem too worried about the Jersey City mayoral election in November.

With fewer than 10 months before the Jersey City mayoral election, Fulop has hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank. He has friends and allies across the county. And so far, nobody has officially stepped forward to challenge him.

By contrast, 2017 challenger Bill Matsikoudis announced his candidacy a full year before the election. Fulop won that race by a margin higher than 50%, the highest margin in decades


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/01/can-anyone-beat-steve-fulop.html

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Daddy make me the Mayor!!!
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Fulop-Menendez feud erupts in stunning war of words ahead of Jersey City mayoral election

Updated Jan 15, 2021; Posted Jan 15, 2021 By Peter D’Auria | The Jersey Journal

The frosty relationship between U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop is plunging to sub-zero temperatures.
As Menendez’s son, Rob Menendez Jr., considers challenging Fulop in the Jersey City mayor race later this year….

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/01/fulo ... ity-mayoral-election.html

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This reminds me of that classic 1967 episode of Star Trek "The Squire of Gothos". In it a spoiled son “General” Trelane is given an entire planet as a private playground by his God like parents. He tries to turn his kingdom into an earth like place. Since he has NO experience of what earth is like he does this by using what he has learned from reading old newspaper articles and books about the planet earth and its citizens. He captures his ”pets” Captain Kirk and his crew to inhabit his playground. His lack of experience in the ways of earth of course leads to his utter failure. In the end he is defeated by Captain Kirk and his God like parents are forced to take his planet playground away for him.

KIRK: In fact, you've got a lot to learn about everything, haven't you?
(Kirk slaps his face)
TRELANE: I'll fix you for that! You cheated! You haven't played the game right. I'll show you!
MOTHER: Trelane.
TRELANE: No! No. You said I could have this planet.
FATHER: This has gone far enough.
TRELANE: You always stop me when I'm having fun.
FATHER: You're disobedient and cruel. We've told you before.
MOTHER: Time to come in now, Trelane.
TRELANE: But I don't want to come in, and I won't. I'm a general, and I won't listen to you.
FATHER: Enough, Trelane. Come along.
TRELANE: But why? I didn't do anything wrong. I was just playing.
FATHER: We said, come along.
TRELANE: But I haven't finished studying my predators yet.
FATHER: This is not studying them.
MOTHER: If you cannot take proper care of your pets, you cannot have them at all.
TRELANE: Oh, but I was winning. I was winning.
FATHER: They're beings, Trelane. They have spirit. They're superior.
TRELANE: No, no. You saw.
MOTHER: You'll grow up, Trelane. You'll understand. Now come along.
TRELANE: Oh, but you said I could. You promised. I never have any fun.
FATHER: Stop that nonsense at once, or you'll not be permitted to make any more planets.
TRELANE: Oh, but you saw. I was winning. I would have won. Honest.
FATHER: No, Trelane.
MOTHER: No, Trelane.
(The spotlight contracts, and Trelane gradually vanishes)
TRELANE: I would have. I would have. I would have. I would. I would. I would. I would.
FATHER: Captain, we regret that the life paths of yourself and your companions have been disturbed.

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Vote Captain Fulop 2021 - the captain of the Starship Jersey City.

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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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Journal Square twin tower project gets final OK, construction to begin in June

Updated 12:20 PM; Today 11:41 AM (1/6/2021)
By Ron Zeitlinger | The Jersey Journal

A massive Journal Square development project cleared its final hurdle Tuesday night and construction is expected to begin in June.

The Kushner Companies’ 1 Journal Square project, which includes two 52-story residential towers over a 12-story base of retail, commercial and parking, gained final approval from the Jersey City Planning Board in a unanimous vote.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/01/jour ... ion-to-begin-in-june.html

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Re: Snow Wednesday 12/16/20?
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JC website WINTER WEATHER UPDATES

https://jerseycitynj.gov/cityhall/publicsafety/oem/snowinfo


Please be advised:

All parking regulations are suspended as of 3 p.m. Wednesday through midnight Thursday

Street sweeping operations will be suspended Wednesday and Thursday.

Please remove all vehicles from designated snow emergency routes to facilitate plowing/salting operations. Emergency Route map.

Parking in crosswalks, next to protected bike lanes(per city code §332-34), close to intersections(within 25ft), in front of fire hydrants, and double parking will be strictly enforced. All vehicles in violation are subject to be ticketed and towed.

Residents are urged not to shovel snow into streets. Snow removal regulations.

Check website for more info.

Posted on: 12/15 18:43
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Re: Track your ballot.
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For those who want to know if your ballot was accepted and not just received here is the link. You must first register.

https://www.nj.gov/state/elections/vote-track-my-ballot.shtml



Remember the ballot tracker? N.J. residents are now starting to see whether their votes were counted.

Updated 12:57 PM; Today 12:57 PM (12/3/2020)
By Karin Price Mueller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Weeks before Election Day, voters started to return their mail-in ballots and then turned to the state’s ballot tracking system to see if their vote was counted.

But before the election the system was set up so that the tracker would only say a vote was “received.” It did not track a ballot as “accepted” or “rejected,” even days after the election.

Several counties told NJ Advance Media they are now done entering the information into the tracking system.

https://www.nj.com/politics/2020/12/re ... r-votes-were-counted.html

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Demand for JC’s on demand ride service, Via, rises
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Demand for Jersey City’s on demand ride service, Via, rises

Updated 3:31 PM; Today 3:31 PM (11/30/2020)
By Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal

Demand for Jersey City’s low-cost ride-hailing service, Via, continues to rise with more than 63,000 rides completed during the third quarter of 2020, Mayor Steve Fulop said.

City officials are hailing the program, which provides rides in vans and cars for as low as $2, as a major success. Fulop said the data shows the city’s low-income and diverse populations are benefiting the most from the service.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/11/dema ... de-service-via-rises.html

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Hudson County has cast over 160K ballots, on track to meet or ‘slightly exceed’ 2016 turnout

Updated 5:01 PM; Today 5:01 PM

By Peter D’Auria | The Jersey Journal

Hudson County voters have cast over 160,000 ballots so far, a turnout that appears to indicate the county will meet or exceed its vote total from 2016.

Hudson County Board of Elections Clerk Michael Harper said voters in New Jersey’s most densely populated county have cast “160,000 and change” ballots so far, with ballots continuing to stream in through the mail and drop boxes.

“We’re keeping up,” Harper said. “I’m very happy, proud of our progress.”



https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/10/huds ... -exceed-2016-turnout.html

Posted on: 2020/10/30 1:09
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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'Citizens of Jersey City are the winners’: Jersey City, Kushner moves forward with Journal Square project

Updated 3:51 PM; Today 3:51 PM (10-18-2020)
By Adrienne Romero | The Jersey Journal

After years of legal dispute, Jersey City, the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (JCRA) and Kushner Companies have reached a settlement, dismissing further litigation.

Construction of the proposed Journal Square twin towers is now expected to begin next year and will include a 10-level parking garage for residents, a retail and amenity space, Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop said on Saturday. But the one thing the project won’t have is a tax abatement.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/10/citi ... urnal-square-project.html

Posted on: 2020/10/18 22:55
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Pulaski Skyway to be closed in both directions Oct. 17-18
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Pulaski Skyway to be closed in both directions Oct. 17-18

Updated Oct 16, 2020; Posted Oct 16, 2020
By The Jersey Journal

The Pulaski Skyway will be completely closed this weekend as the billion-dollar rehabilitation project continues, state Department of Transportation officials said.

To avoid delays, DOT officials are encouraging motorists to use the NJ Turnpike-Hudson County Extension to all destinations, including the Holland Tunnel, I-78, or to I-280/Route 7 and Route 1&9 Truck southbound. All other motorists will be directed to Route 1&9 Truck in both directions.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/10/pula ... directions-oct-17-18.html

Posted on: 2020/10/17 13:27
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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(I mailed my ballot today I will give it a try)

N.J.'s mail-in ballot tracking system is glitchy, voters say. Here’s how you can deal with it.

Today 7:31 AM (10-17-2020)

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/10/njs-ma ... you-can-deal-with-it.html

Posted on: 2020/10/17 13:14
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Hudson County election office offers extended hours on three days
Updated 3:30 PM; Today 3:30 PM

By The Jersey Journal

The Office of the Hudson County Clerk’s Division of Elections is offering extended hours three days next week for voters to pick up a ballot or cast their vote, officials said.

The office will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct. 20 and Oct. 22, and from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 24, Hudson County Clerk Junior Maldonado said.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/10/huds ... -hours-on-three-days.html

Posted on: 2020/10/15 22:54
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Re: 11 Things To Do On Columbus Day With Your Family
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"Columbus Day" is a no-no.

It's Indigenous People Day.

Let's be Politically Correct and inclusive.

And don't forget to tear down those monuments.


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Portland protesters topple Lincoln, Roosevelt statues during ‘Day of Rage’

The unrest was reportedly tied to the 'Day of Rage' on the eve of Columbus Day

Portland absorbed another night of violent protests Sunday that resulted in the toppling of two statues in the city and reports of numerous buildings with their windows smashed in, including the Oregon Historical Society.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/portland-pr ... tatues-during-day-of-rage

Posted on: 2020/10/12 16:52
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Think you can vote by machine on Nov. 3? The Murphy administration doesn’t agree | Mulshine

Today 6:29 AM (10/8/2020)

By Paul Mulshine | Star-Ledger Columnist

The other day I asked my wife what she had done with the ballot she had received in the mail a week or so ago. She told me she threw it out. She thought it was a sample ballot.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/10/thi ... oesnt-agree-mulshine.html

Posted on: 2020/10/8 10:49
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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CBSNY News

Election Concerns Grow In Bergen County, N.J. After Dozens Of Mail-In Ballots Found Discarded In Dumpster

October 6, 2020 at 11:32 pm

BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The U.S. Postal Service inspector general is investigating after blank election ballots were found among hundreds of pieces of mail in a New Jersey dumpster.

And that’s not the only thing causing concern.

https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2020/10/0 ... nd-discarded-in-dumpster/

Posted on: 2020/10/7 16:34
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DEP sets public hearing date for Liberty State Park ‘interior’ plan
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DEP sets public hearing date for Liberty State Park ‘interior’ plan

Updated 1:17 PM; Today 1:17 PM (10/2/2020)
By Margaret Schmidt | The Jersey Journal

The state Department of Environmental Protection has set 6 p.m. Oct. 20 as the time and date for the public hearing on its proposed plan for 234 acres of currently fenced-off land in Liberty State Park.

The hearing will be conducted virtually.



https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/10/dep- ... e-park-interior-plan.html

Posted on: 2020/10/2 17:58
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Keep writing those fat checks, Mayor Bloomberg. Democracy is at stake | Editorial

Today 7:00 AM (9-24-20)
By Star-Ledger Editorial Board

By an overwhelming majority, the people of Florida restored the voting rights of most felons in a 2018 ballot referendum, which allowed 775,000 people who had served their sentences to regain the franchise for the first time in decades.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/09/kee ... s-at-stake-editorial.html

Posted on: 2020/9/24 11:29
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JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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Jersey City voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund

Updated 12:57 PM; Today 12:56 PM
By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

When Jersey City voters cast their ballots in the November election, they’ll be picking more than just the president.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/09/jers ... s-culture-trust-fund.html

Posted on: 2020/9/23 17:05
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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FYI other news sources picked up the story...sneaky

Bloomberg Raises Millions So Floridians Convicted Of Nonviolent Felonies Can Pay Off Fines—And Vote

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackbrews ... es-and-vote/#37d2499a5d62


PS - Clinton was ahead of Trump in late September 2016 by 6 points and we all know how that turned out.

Posted on: 2020/9/23 16:55

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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I thought it was bad that NJ’s mail in ballots can be received by county election boards by 8 p.m., Nov. 10 — a week after Election Day but NJ will go blue anyway, so I guess it doesn’t matter. But the below news just can out today about Wisconsin a swing state. Gee so a swing states results won’t be known until a week AFTER the election. I see lawsuits galore from whichever side loses.

Judge gives Wisconsin voters more time to return absentee ballots

Patrick Marley
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel September 21,2021

MADISON - A federal judge on Monday gave Wisconsin voters an extra six days to get their absentee ballots back to election clerks this fall in a broad decision that also will make it easier to hire poll workers.

Anticipating an appeal was likely, U.S. District Judge William Conley immediately stayed his ruling, writing that it wouldn't go into effect for at least a week. If higher courts uphold his decision, the nation will have to wait for a week after Election Day to get full presidential results in a crucial swing state.
Conley's decision came four days after clerks around the state sent more than 1 million absentee ballots to voters. Absentee voting is expected to hit a record this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Conley ruled that absentee ballots would be counted if they are postmarked by Nov. 3 — Election Day — and received by clerks by Nov. 9. Ordinarily, ballots must be in the hands of clerks by the time polls close on Election Day.

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PS – NJ mail in ballots:

1- New Jersey will mail a ballot to all active, registered voters for the General Election.

2- When your ballot arrives, read it carefully and follow the instructions to complete it and return it.

3- Ballots can be returned by mail with a postmark on or before November 3, 2020 to be counted as a valid ballot by the County Clerk if received by 8:00 p.m. on November 10th. Ballots without a postmark that are received within 48 hours of the closing of polls on November 3, 2020 shall be considered valid.

Posted on: 2020/9/22 2:11
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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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(November 2020 is going to be a mess in New Jersey……hmmm imagine if they did change the outcome 2 months after the election.. lol)

New Jersey Herald
By Kyle Morel Posted Sep 14, 2020 at 1:51 PM

More than 1,600 Sussex County ballots from the July primary election were found last week and quickly counted, said Board of Elections Administrator Marge McCabe.

The ballots did not change the results of any races, McCabe said in a statement on Monday.

The 1,666 ballots cast in the July 7 primary had been placed in a “mislabeled” bin in a “secure area” at the board office and were not discovered until Thursday.

After notifying the state Attorney General’s office of the error last week, the remaining votes were counted Saturday and certified by the county clerk’s office the same day. According to the Board of Elections statement, the newly tallied ballots “did not change the outcome of any Sussex County primary election in any race for any office, Republican or Democrat.”

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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NYT: New Local Election Ordered in N.J. After Mail-In Voter Fraud Charges

A judge ruled that the election in Paterson had been irreversibly tainted. The president has used the case to assail mail-in voting as dangerous, though election experts disagree.

Nearly 20 percent of the mail-in ballots in a municipal election in Paterson were thrown out because of irregularities.

By Troy Closson Aug. 19, 2020

In the days before New Jersey’s third-largest city held municipal elections in May entirely by mail, postal workers became suspicious when they found hundreds of ballots bundled together.

The discovery triggered an investigation that led to charges of voter fraud against two local elected leaders and resulted in nearly 20 percent of the ballots being rejected. It also prompted President Trump to cite the case as an example of how mail-in voting can corrupt elections, though election experts staunchly disagree.

On Wednesday, a New Jersey judge ruled that the election in Paterson, N.J., had been irreversibly tainted and ordered a new vote to be held in November to settle the race for the City Council seat.

The superior court judge, Ernest M. Caposela, wrote that the election “was not the fair, free and full expression of the intent of the voters.”


His decision came one day after the Trump campaign sued New Jersey over its recent decision to conduct the November election almost entirely by mail to keep people safe from the coronavirus.

The lawsuit claims that the move by Gov. Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat, was unconstitutional, arguing that the power to change election rules lies with state lawmakers, not the governor.


Mr. Trump’s campaign cited the Paterson corruption case as a reason not to expand voting by mail. “By ordering universal vote-by-mail, he has created a recipe for disaster,” the suit said.

With more voters than ever eligible to vote by mail because of the outbreak, Mr. Trump has repeatedly warned, without any evidence, that mail-in ballots would lead to widespread fraud and would call into question the results of the November election.

But some election experts said it was somewhat misleading to use the Paterson scandal as a cudgel to discredit mail-in voting, noting that election fraud is extremely rare and, as the case in New Jersey shows, is usually easy to detect.

Posted on: 2020/8/30 21:58
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Re: Eileen Markenstein, 62, transformed the Historic JC and Harsimus Cemetery
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Re: Heads Up: Santander ATM Thefts Across State Today
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Adding to jerseymom's info....

From what I saw from last night’s news casts there is a bug in the Santander ATM system that is allowing one specific type of gift/debit card to continue to withdraw money even after an account is depleted. The word went out on social media that it could be done that is why it was so wide spread.

Posted on: 2020/8/19 11:01
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Eileen Markenstein, 62, transformed the Historic JC and Harsimus Cemetery
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Eileen Markenstein, 62, transformed the Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery

Updated Aug 18, 2020; Posted Aug 18, 2020
By Peter D’Auria | The Jersey Journal

Eileen Markenstein, the president of the Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery and a fixture of Jersey City’s cultural scene, died Monday. She was 62.

Her husband, Aart Markenstein, said she died of a heart attack.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/08/eile ... nd-harsimus-cemetery.html

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Re: Someone poop in the water supply?
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8/15/2020 cbs ny 6 pm news the boil water advisory is lifted.

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Re: Someone poop in the water supply?
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(Joe Dirt: I got the poo on me!)

BOIL WATER ADVISORY ISSUED FOR JERSEY CITY

Aug 14, 2020

A boil water advisory has been issued for residents of Jersey City following a positive E. coli bacteria test result taken during routine water sampling. Upon receiving the result, SUEZ immediately notified local officials and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. The boil water advisory will remain in effect until further notice.

E. coli bacteria can cause illness and are especially a concern for people with weakened immune systems.

To view the official notice, click here.

Residents should boil their water for at least one minute for the following:
•drinking,
•cooking or baking,
•making ice cubes,
•taking medication,
•brushing teeth,
•washing food,
•mixing baby formula or food,
•mixing juices or drinks,
•feeding pets;
•washing dishes by hand; and
•all other consumption.

Water does not have to be boiled for the following activities:
•showering,
•washing dishes, using a dishwasher; and
•washing clothes.

SUEZ will provide updates when tests show no bacteria are present and there is no longer a need to boil water. For guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by bacteria and other disease-causing organisms, please contact the EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.

https://www.mysuezwater.com/news/boil- ... visory-issued-jersey-city

Posted on: 2020/8/15 12:56
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Re: Did You Know These Movies Were Filmed in Hudson County -Jersey City
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It took a while for me to find but here is the 2010 JCList thread…..

Movies filmed in Jersey City

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=229506


Has a list of them

Posted on: 2020/8/3 1:01
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CLEAN OUT SEWERS NEAR YOU BEFORE THE UPCOMING STORM…..
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Driving along rt 440 or West Side Avenue from Bayonne to Journal Square noticed almost every street sewer is covered with crap. Cans, bottles, papers, and cardboard. If you saw videos from the flood at Sip and West Side last week you would be amazed to know that the sewers there are blocked with crap as of Sunday. I know there are other issues in that spot which has been flooding for decades but at least give the poor intersection a fighting chance and clean off the sewer.

If you can safely clean off a sewer near you do so.

I know I am dreaming but maybe the city and county will take care of it before the expected heavy rain as can be seen coming in MDM’s Isaias Hurricane track thread.

Posted on: 2020/8/2 18:04
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Re: Isaias Hurricane track
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Thank you for your updates... always interesting.

Posted on: 2020/8/2 18:01
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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With no place to call home, popular Jersey City soccer program at risk of shutting down after 18 years

Updated 12:02 PM; Today 12:02 PM
By Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal

A popular Jersey City soccer program is in jeopardy of shutting down after 18 years after it has been denied a new lease at its longtime facility.

Alex Lalaoui said his Soccer Learning Center has been using the Community Education and Recreation Center (CERC) indoor gym, where he


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/08/with ... -down-after-18-years.html

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