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Re: Steve Fulop Email > Rahm Emanuel and Cory Booker @ Grove Square????
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Yep. Just got the chain E-mail from Fulop. Indeed Cancelled.
The shootings probably had something to do with.

Posted on: 2013/9/20 14:20
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Re: Former Gov. McGreevey to head Jersey City jobs commission
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Who is Robert Knapp to be slinging mud? He currently holds 3 government jobs for a total salary of $108,463. 1) Hudson County-$88,296, 2) NJ City University-$3,750 3) East Newark Borough-$16,417 (but he lives in Jersey City). This is a step down for Mr. Knapp from a couple of years ago, when he actually had 4 government paychecks (he was spokesperson for HC Sheriff Juan Perez).
All salary numbers provided by http://www.nj.com/news/bythenumbers/.

Posted on: 2013/7/17 12:04
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Re: Top Ten Reasons to Vote for Jerramiah Healy
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To bye bye Steve:
RE: number 8 on your list...I will take a first cat over Maureen Healy any day. Have you seen her lately? On Central Ave. the other day, she looked homeless and at the debates is belligerent. Probably drinking.

Posted on: 2013/5/13 1:30
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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[I have always found the story of the photo interesting, but nobody I know has ever seen the photo, for all that it is endlessly discussed]
I have seen it. Just wished I kept it. It's not too bad actually..blurry, black and white can't see anything really but just a him slumped over naked with the white towel. Sad. And remember at that time he said he had a couple of drinks and he is diabetic..that's why he was in that condition. Yeah, I'm diabetic every year on my Birthday.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 13:43
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos.
Umm..we didn't until you changed your story. Was he drunk during that interview? I mean, I am no fan, but what were you thinking..but really. The Mayor wishes 3 Hispanic girls groped him.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 12:22
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Re: HC workers busted -- one drunk driving(clerk of elections), one stealing county car
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I know. I saw him Tuesday afternoon, pulling out of his parking spot at the County Plaza. How is he still allowed to drive? I thought the police took your liscense away if you refused a Breathalyzer test.

Posted on: 2013/4/25 12:11
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Re: HC workers busted -- one drunk driving(clerk of elections), one stealing county car
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Is anyone alarmed by The actions of the Clerk to Board of Elections? There is a very important highly bitter Mayoral Election coming up..this guy was overseeing 2 school board elections wasted.

Posted on: 2013/4/22 23:33
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Re: Jersey City election 2013: Mayor Bloomberg endorses Mayor Healy
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Good that New Yorkers care about us!
Let Mayor Bloomberg live without his millions as an average citizen for a month in this city...and see if he has the same opinion.

Posted on: 2013/2/22 0:23
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Re: We seek a unified Jersey City, not a divided one
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So basically the Mayor says I have no say in this City because I have lived here the same amount of time as Fulop? I am an interloper? Because I don't hang out at the Astor Bar? I vote mayor and every election. I'm an interloper cause I refuse to lick HCDO envelopes on Fleet Street.

Posted on: 2013/2/20 0:21
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Re: Dan is still Dan
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I seconded that. Look he was great 2 years ago..hell i
voted for him last time. But what he has shown me in leadership is 1) he likes kool aid 2) likes any dog that will hunt with him and 3) sell out hypocrite

Posted on: 2013/2/18 4:42
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Re: “Like death!” in one dark unit on Bright St.
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Which is shame, because through the years, the CPC has been involved with some great housing projects.

Posted on: 2012/11/20 23:27
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Re: “Like death!” in one dark unit on Bright St.
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I always believed that the Executive Director of PACO/Lazy Freeholder was a poverty pimp. This story just confirms my belief...and that is just one of the properties owned/managed taking government funding highlighted.

Posted on: 2012/11/20 14:22
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Re: LETTER TO MAYOR HEALY AND JC COUNCIL
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Actually a prior committment kept me away, it was the 1st meeting I missed in a year and a half. But I heard you accused everyone of making millions off the backs of homeless. Bravo! You really found us out. (sarcasm). I hope that the meeting enlighted you.

Posted on: 2012/10/23 12:24
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Quote:
ProgressJC wrote: You have our vote Dan. We look forward to hearing some fresh ideas on how we can continue to move this city in the right direction. I <3 JC
Pray tell what "fresh ideas" do you think he has when he is now an ally of the opposite of "fresh ideas". The only thing "fresh" is the beer.

Posted on: 2012/10/12 12:34
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Quote:

JPhurst wrote:
Quote:

jadedgal wrote:


I have interacted wit him. He once gave me a 10 minute lecture on why I need to support charter schools. If I knew then, what I know now, I would have told him to leave me alone and get his drinking tolerance up.


I'm curious as to when that was. It's interesting because Dan has been a strong supporter of public schools. He actually chose to remove his kids from LCCS and put them into P.S. 37 (mostly due to geographic reasons, as I understand it).

About 3 years ago.

Posted on: 2012/10/10 21:00
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Quote:

OneOBall wrote:
If you think he's drinking the kool aid, I suggest you interact with him. The great thing about local politics is that you can actually have conversations. Dan Levin is my vote for any position he runs for. I have endorsed him with my votes and my pocketbook and I will continue to do just that. I would suggest that anyone who doubts his intentions look up his One Jersey City Facebook group.


I have interacted wit him. He once gave me a 10 minute lecture on why I need to support charter schools. If I knew then, what I know now, I would have told him to leave me alone and get his drinking tolerance up.

Posted on: 2012/10/10 19:52
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Lol. Then I guess I am ahead of the game..I am also pro cat too. Still doesn't! Change the fact, that I think Dan levin is a sell out. And pompous to boot.

Posted on: 2012/10/10 19:36
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Mr. Otis, I have lived in Ward E for 15 years, just because I have never heard of you
doesn't mean I am not involved. I guess you count spaying and neutering of stray animals as activism. I too know Dan levin and he knows me. I voted for him last time, I will not be voting for him as long as he aligns himself with this Mayor. I think Dan levin has drank the kool-aid.

Posted on: 2012/10/10 19:27
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Re: LETTER TO MAYOR HEALY AND JC COUNCIL
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I have never seen this person at any meetings, nor the point and time count, for this person to say that the City and the County is doing nothing is wrong. As I said, come to the Continuum of Care meeting on October 17th and raise your concerns. But, hey I know it's easy to complain in the cheap seats.

Posted on: 2012/10/7 12:25
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Re: LETTER TO MAYOR HEALY AND JC COUNCIL
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Quote:


In light of all the above, I am hereby making a formal demand for Jersey City to partner with Hudson County to bring this proposal into manifestation.


They already do partner with each other, its called the Continuum of Care/Hudson County Alliance to end Homlessness. The City and County agencies along with various non-profis and service providers meet once a month t the County Plaza. Next meeting is October 17th at 2:00 p.m.

Posted on: 2012/10/4 17:41
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Re: Jersey City assemblyman calls Councilman Fulop 'un-American,'
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"He is saying that it is not right for a public employee to run for office," Connors said. "I think his philosophy is un-American."

Connors said that he received the $632,575 salary from his staff, who had researched Fulop's earnings. "It must be nice to leave a job and still continue paying your mortgage," Connors said.

Sure public employees trying to make difference. Not trying to pad a pension. I.E. GREED.

"It must be nice to be offered the HCDO line for an position because you causing trouble in the Heights." Oh and their support.

Posted on: 2012/9/7 0:19
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Re: Jersey City assemblyman calls Councilman Fulop 'un-American,'
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That is probably one of the dumbest statements that I have heard from a politician (Connors). Curious as to who the pol is with the public disability. Anyone know?

Posted on: 2012/9/6 18:54
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Re: Jersey City's Ward E (Downtown) to lose some residents as ward boundaries are redrawn
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Quote:

coolbreeze wrote:
Does anyone know where to find a map of the new wards? I've only been able to find descriptions of the new boundaries and am unsure which ward I'm now in, as I live on Jersey, south of Columbus.

Every description I've seen says everything west of jersey (south of Columbus) is now Ward F, but what about those who live on Jersey?

Thanks!


Hey there, I purchased the new Ward E map for a dollar at the Board of Elections in Hudson County Plaza. And it looks like on the map, that those that live on the Van Vorst Park Side of Jersey Avenue, south of Columbus are E4. Those that live on Jersey Avenue ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE PARK, South of Columbus are now in Ward F.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 18:12
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Re: Changes in Ward E Map...I am a 20 minute walk away from my "new" polling place!
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Thanks everyone with the information. I spoke to the Board of Elections and the polling place information on my sample ballot is a mistake. I was the first to bring this to their attention. No telling how may other people will mistakenly show up at 16th Street. And according to the new boundaries of Ward E, I still get to vote in my same place.
Peace everyone.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 14:51
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Re: Jersey City's Ward E (Downtown) to lose some residents as ward boundaries are redrawn
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Quote:

T-Bird wrote:
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jadedgal wrote:
Thanks. Very helpful. I did indeed get on the site and it works. Yep, walking from the very end of Bright st. to 16th street. To vote. I still am calling the Board of Elections to find out the reasoning and to get a ward map. Take care.


Do you live at the end of Bright street or are you just saying that's where you used to vote? If you live on Bright west of Jersey Ave., you are now in Ward F - but you would still vote at PS 3 (111 Bright st.)


Nope t bird I am still in Ward E, I went from E6 to E20. What I do not understand is why I have to go from Grove/Bright/Grand area to 16th Street to vote. (20 blocks). And why do the residences at 396 Manila still get to vote at the church? I will have to see a new map.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 1:49
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Re: Jersey City's Ward E (Downtown) to lose some residents as ward boundaries are redrawn
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Ok. So I put in the address of the PACO building 396 Manila on this nifty site. Those residents still get to vote at Grace church. Why do voters on bright/grove/grand street have to go to 16th street? Is it because The district formerly known as E6 voted overwhelming for a certain city councilmen's committee people whom won over the current administration?

Posted on: 2012/4/13 1:38
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Re: Jersey City's Ward E (Downtown) to lose some residents as ward boundaries are redrawn
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Thanks. Very helpful. I did indeed get on the site and it works. Yep, walking from the very end of Bright st. to 16th street. To vote. I still am calling the Board of Elections to find out the reasoning and to get a ward map. Take care.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 1:07
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Re: Changes in Ward E Map...I am a 20 minute walk away from my "new" polling place!
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Hope not. I am calling the Board of Elections tomorrow to find out if this sample ballot is some sort of a mistake and to find out how to get a Ward E map with the new boundaries. It makes no sense for me to walk over 20 blocks passing 9 sanctioned voting stations to vote. I hate to have to get A zip car just to vote in a school board election(lol). And if anyone knows where I can find a Ward E map with the new boundaries, let me know.

Posted on: 2012/4/12 23:06
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Changes in Ward E Map...I am a 20 minute walk away from my "new" polling place!
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I know the City Clerk made changes to the Ward E map. However my new polling place is the Holland Garden Housing projects across from the entrance to the Holland Tunnel, a 25-30 minute walk away. I used to vote on Bright and Monmouth. A 10 minute walk. This new polling place is a pretty long walk (I do not own a car)across treacherous tunnel traffic. What about the elderly, disabled, lazy or just plan scared of that area folks that want to vote. Is not this distance and highway barriers an incentive to disenfranchise voters? Is this legal?

Posted on: 2012/4/12 21:56
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Re: Taqueria
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Quote:

TheTacoTruck wrote:
Karma? Wonder what the ten families/homes on Grove st. did to deserve having half their furniture and belongings ruined by the flooding. Don't worry about us it's just a business and we're nothing if not resilient. Just don't tell all the people with their beds and couches out on the street that it was karma.


I agree. And to those idiots taking pictures, laughing and treating the Grove Street Flooding as some form of carnival while residents sit on the stoop trying to remain calm when everything they own is ruined I hope Karma comes to you. And no that wasn't my car.

Posted on: 2011/8/29 12:02
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