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Re: Gunshots Sunday morning JSQ?
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I heard it too. Not popping but a sharper sound
I am on the Island I was awake at 530
But think it was more than 10 shots
Sometimes sounds echo off the cliffs but
Might have been off Baldwin near
Demolition site

Posted on: 5/23 19:49
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Re: Storefronts not shoveled
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It's not just storefronts. The Stretch of Newark avenue sidewalk after the cemetery is a disgrace. This is used by students, parents, anyone trying to get downtown. Newark Ave is a race track and too dangerous to walk in. Signs mean NOTHING here. Please do NOT suggest crossing Newark at 8 Am unless there is a Police officer directing traffic.

Posted on: 3/17 9:56
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verizon outage in jc
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Lost our phones and internet they said it could be 24hrs
Anyone else having this in jc?

Posted on: 2016/8/19 17:56
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Did anyone lose a yellow parakeet? Island, Hilltop area
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Hi
I spotted a yellow bird (obviously not a sparrow hanging out on our terrace) Bird is small all yellow, it has a beak like a parakeet and was foraging in the grass. Contact me thru this board if you know who lost it.
Thanks

Posted on: 2016/6/5 17:07
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Property Management company requirements in Jersey City
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What are the requirements for a company to operate as a property management co. in Jersey City? Must all property managers be a RE Broker or connected to one?
Thanks for help.

Posted on: 2015/9/11 10:30
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There are only 30 substitute teachers available in the state's 2nd largest school district
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Posted on: 2015/5/1 7:47
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Re: Jersey City and Recent Study of Potential Oil Train Derailment
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FEMA chose for the location of the derailment scenario a stretch of track adjacent to the New Jersey Turnpike and about a mile from downtown Jersey City. One side of the track is industrial and includes an electric substation. The other side is residential.

Better do that study on a day there are hundreds of people at Enos Jones Park or the elementary school (PS 5) within blocks of this rail line is in session. How's about that Spectra gas pipeline that runs through here?

Posted on: 2015/4/14 16:58
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Re: Tax Assessment info for Hudson County
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Thanks everyone for the info!
swooshy

Posted on: 2015/3/15 19:12
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Tax Assessment info for Hudson County
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Does anyone here know of a service to do tax appeal? Our condo taxes have doubled in the past 4 yrs. We have not made any major improvements.
Thanks for any help here.



Posted on: 2015/3/14 12:28
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Re: It’s Time to Kill the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
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This agency was created by Congress. Interstate commerce is NOT being served here. Toll increases, fare increases, political wheeling and dealing in real estate, bridge closings and now Path closing wtc svc on weekends for a year? All result in economic chaos except for the ones collecting salaries at this agency. Time to put it out to pasture.

Posted on: 2014/2/7 8:00
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Re: Tile guy?
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Good tile guy: Bob
bfunk27@gmail.com

Posted on: 2013/6/20 15:07
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Re: HUGE GAS PIPELINE COMING - through Jersey City
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Where is our dear Mr. Christie on this one? Not really concerned about NJ?

Posted on: 2012/5/23 9:55
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Re: Tax Appeals
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Thanks very much for the info!
swooshy

Posted on: 2012/3/2 18:17
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Tax Appeals
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We received an advertisement from a law firm about appealing our JC property tax assessment. The letter said we were over- assessed by over $10,000 which resulted in us overpaying about $1,000 a year. Has anyone on this board used a law firm like this to dispute their taxes? If so, was it worth trying? Thanks for any help.

Posted on: 2012/3/2 16:32
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Re: Path train
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what is going on the PATH? ANOTHER signal problem? What are we paying fare increases for if this train is almost always delayed or the same "signal" problems keep cropping up? Sat nite and NO trains at all? Maybe the execs should get docked everytime this happens -- put the money into the damn signals.

Posted on: 2011/11/12 23:02
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Re: HUGE GAS PIPELINE COMING - through Jersey City
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These high pressure lines were never intended to go through highly populated areas. Christie axed the tunnel because he thought it would cost too much for NJ. This project is to benefit NY and NYC so why isn't he being outraged about this? This just makes NJ a pass thru for NYC -- how many businesses are going to leave JC and NJ if this gets built?

Posted on: 2011/3/25 8:42
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Re: HUGE GAS PIPELINE COMING - through Jersey City
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Have you had enough or ya' thirsty for more?

Entire Ohio town ordered to evacuate after gas explosion

This from Yahoo News:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelook ... 0BHNsawNlbnRpcmVvaGlvdG8-

Posted on: 2011/1/24 18:16
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM
From AP, today:
"Thousands of pipelines nationwide fit the same bill, and they frequently experience mishaps. Federal officials have recorded 2,840 significant gas pipeline accidents since 1990, more than a third causing deaths and significant injuries."

Another example of how the Federal govt. lets an industry self regulate ...
In San Bruno the gasline existed before and was built over. Here we have a dense population and for a better profit margin for themselves, Spectra would like to dig it under our city.
Why are we even having this discussion with Spectra?
That greed can over-ride commonsense has become a national disgrace.

Posted on: 2010/9/14 10:42
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Re: Another reason to oppose JC Gas Pipeline - Natural Gas Pipeline Explosion in San Bruno, Ca-
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There were 2 more gas explosions this year, not just rigs in the Gulf... One was in Texas and one was in Connecticut...

Posted on: 2010/9/10 9:23
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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Who needs terrorists when we've got gas companies?

Posted on: 2010/9/10 8:02
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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I think Spectra believed that NJ residents would be pushovers if they waved any money at all.... I think they were more afraid of taking on the property owners in Staten Island, Brooklyn, etc. So, the implication is - we can give you the gas but make most of the mess in another state...


I'll bet Spectra will try and come up with some deal with PSEG and say, This will benefit you -- but I'd look real close at any of those proposals.

The real question is why are we STILL bending over backwards for fuel sources that can be dangerous, toxic and scar the landscape. How about a few billion invested in clean energy and real research to make it feasible instead of this falling back onto something that almost guarantees a disaster down the line. Almost a trillion dollars was spent in Iraq. We never get anywhere because politicians love the fossil fuel money they get. (that goes for both parties)

The person who mentioned the proximity of trains carrying tanks of really toxic stuff had a good point. The new version of terrorists have actually lived in this country for some time and know our weak points and any laziness/cost cutting around the security of this gasline will be exactly what they are looking for. How long do you think it will take them to figure this out?

Posted on: 2010/8/17 10:00
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Re: Lies Lies Lies @ Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City
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If I put one bowl of food out in front of two of my cats there would be a fight. Who came up with this "test"?

Posted on: 2010/8/16 16:21
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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My question exactly. WHY aren't the Turnpike Authority and Port Authority weighing in on this?
This proposed pipeline will be right near the Path train tunnel, Holland tunnel and under the Turnpike extension - critical pieces of infrastructure. Or do they all think us all will continue to pay for corporate made messes if an accident occurs?

Posted on: 2010/8/9 9:29
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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There are billions of dollars of real estate and infrastructure at stake here, not to mention the lives and health of thousands of people. Where are Trump, Lefrak, MacK Cali, Conrail, Homeland Security, Port Authority on this? Is the Turnpike Authority in on this with a gasline under the Bayonne extension?

We should demand an insurance policy/bond similar to what BP has had to set up because of the Gulf -- a fund/bond for billions.That will eat up the cost savings for them of such a reckless idea, if the cost was to go up they will not want to do this. And this is not even for the residents HERE. Just take a look at recent explosions in CT, TX and of course the mess in the Gulf.

Posted on: 2010/7/26 11:52
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Re: Coming soon... HEALY'S TAVERN!!!
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Is this the new City Hall Annex they were talking about?

Posted on: 2010/7/1 17:53
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Re: Rep. Albio Sires Just Sold You Out to Comcast, Verizon and AT&T
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Well he can count on one LESS vote when he runs again. We need national donor charts to show exactly HOW MUCH these guys get from their corporate contributors before the elections. Or, as Jim Hightower suggested, they should have to wear the logos (like Nascar drivers) of every corporate interest they took money from.

Posted on: 2010/6/1 14:04
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Re: Friends of Liberty State Park oppose Formula One Grand Prix in Jersey City
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Your map is a great idea! We could hold the race on Monday mornings and get the commuters involved too!!!

Posted on: 2010/5/6 8:50
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Re: Shame on you City Council
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RECALL ALL COCKROACHES!

Posted on: 2010/4/30 7:40
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Re: HUGE GAS LINE COMING? Companies look to run natural gas pipeline through Jersey City
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After seeing these presentations of where the pipeline would run, isn't this a MAJOR security risk?
The main path line from Newark and JSQ, the turnpike, the approach to the Holland Tunnel, a frequently used freight line all VERY close to this thing. Why don't they just put a big bullseye on the thing? The whole trade center rebuild was stopped because they thought the building was too close to the West side highway. So, NJ's population doesn't even get considered here?

This whole route plan also shows ignorance of the importance of the infrastructure for the whole metropolitan area. Instead of spending money on this technology that is can be dangerous, we need to put this towards sustainable energy and jobs for people here. What is the Port Authority's take on this, along with the Turnpike's? So far as I know the PA does't pay taxes so if something did happen, guess who will get the bill?

Posted on: 2010/3/21 9:55
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GAS LINE EXPLODES EAST OF OKLAHOMA CITY - 3/11
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"The blast happened near Chandler, which is about 45 miles northeast of Oklahoma City. Flames whipped by northerly winds could be seen shooting into the air"

Yeah, let's have a nice big fat gasline through one of the most densely populated cities in the NorthEast.
WHAT are these people using for brains???

Posted on: 2010/3/13 13:11
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