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Re: Light rail stop- 9th and Congress
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Brewster's post is spot on correct.

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If you look up her old posts, you will see her giving people negative advice and uninformed opinions in reference to the Heights. A neighborhood that has changed so much since I moved up here 17 years ago it is unrecognizable.



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Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...


This is a little over the top. JerseyMom has always been one of the most courteous and helpful people around here. Her posts are usually very helpful or very much on point. A difference of opinion does not make one a person with issues.

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Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...


This is a little over the top. JerseyMom has always been one of the most courteous and helpful people around here. Her posts are usually very helpful or very much on point. A difference of opinion does not make one a person with issues.

Posted on: 9/11 18:04
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In fairness I was one who did specifically ask about that stop. And appreciated the info

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Of course, anyone should be aware of their surroundings. Jerseymom has been making negative comments about the heights for years. You'll always see her posting crimes up here but never in her neighborhood and giving people advice on the area when she no longer lives up here.

Some people just have issues.



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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...

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Appreciate the info, JerseyMom.

I didn't take it as though you were cautioning against bogeymen, rather responding directly to my question as to whether to the stop was isolated at night.

Especially as a woman, nothing out of the ordinary with doing research as to whether or not a stop is isolated or not late at night...that's something I'd wanna know about wherever a stop was, whether in Heights, downtown JC, upper Eastside...

Posted on: 9/11 17:23
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As far as quote "keep your wits," I wouldn't want anyone to get trampled by the hordes of white collar commuters walking to their luxury condos that they've purchased for upwards of $750K. Getting tired of people who do not live in this neighborhood cautioning against bogeymen. That was so 10 years ago...


I hear you, but I don't find it unsound advice for anywhere in the urban NY metro area. To many people wander around "witless" buried in their phones, both eyes and ears. Like any predator in the wild, our urban predators look for those who display weakness by not paying attention. And those predators go where the prey is, whether that's Downtown or wherever.

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I've used the elevator many times at night. It's safe.

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The 9th street elevator is at the corner of Congress St and Paterson Plank Rd. When you get to the bottom of the elevator, you're in Hoboken. As far as quote "keep your wits," I wouldn't want anyone to get trampled by the hordes of white collar commuters walking to their luxury condos that they've purchased for upwards of $750K. Getting tired of people who do not live in this neighborhood cautioning against bogeymen. That was so 10 years ago...


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Hope this helps! Just keep your wits about you in the area and you'll be fine.

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Hope this helps! Just keep your wits about you in the area and you'll be fine.

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This stop is in Hoboken not JC right? How close to Washington Blvd? Is it crowded-safe at night or in a remote location? Weekend hours?

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