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Re: Jersey City councilman to raise money for possible mayoral bid
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This is interesting. Rich Boggiano has also expressed an interest in the corner office. Funny, if you asked Yun's wife she would insist that all Mike wanted to be was a good councilman.

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There is a difference between Councilman Fulop and Councilman Yun. Yun has yellow post-it labels all over an ordinance with notes in the margins. Yun actually reads things. The last councilman who did that was Ward F Councilman Dan Wiley, a professor at college who won when Cunningham lost against McCann. Fulop said the right things but he never went into details.
By the way, it was the Korean community that donated $100,000 to the Korean to the War Memorial.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _city_renovated_with.html


So excessive kimchee and ass play is kosher in Ft Lee ?


You sound like a racist, Fulop does many fundraisers outside JC and no comments like this are posted on jclist.

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There is a difference between Councilman Fulop and Councilman Yun. Yun has yellow post-it labels all over an ordinance with notes in the margins. Yun actually reads things. The last councilman who did that was Ward F Councilman Dan Wiley, a professor at college who won when Cunningham lost against McCann. Fulop said the right things but he never went into details.
By the way, it was the Korean community that donated $100,000 to the Korean to the War Memorial.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _city_renovated_with.html


So excessive kimchee and ass play is kosher in Ft Lee ?

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There is a difference between Councilman Fulop and Councilman Yun. Yun has yellow post-it labels all over an ordinance with notes in the margins. Yun actually reads things. The last councilman who did that was Ward F Councilman Dan Wiley, a professor at college who won when Cunningham lost against McCann. Fulop said the right things but he never went into details.
By the way, it was the Korean community that donated $100,000 to the Korean to the War Memorial.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _city_renovated_with.html

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Yun will face a lot of scrutiny if he does this, from where he actually lives to whether he has treated commercial development issues in different Heights neighborhoods fairly. I've heard he has favored Central Ave at Palisade Ave's expense.


I thought his residency issue was well vetted. He has another house where his adult son lives, but has a bonafide residence above his shop in the Heights. The election people have done surprise visits. That's my understanding anyway.

The Ogden Ave residents are anti-development and have put pressure on Yun to leave Palisade Ave unchanged. The same issue doesn't exist on Central, which is why commercial development there is easier. Personally, the Ogden Avenue folkds need to take a hike, Mayor Fulop included.

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Bit strange appealing to the Korean community in Ft Lee.

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According to an invitation obtained by The Jersey Journal ? and written mostly in Korean ? Yun supporters are gathering at Fort Lee restaurant




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Yun will face a lot of scrutiny if he does this, from where he actually lives to whether he has treated commercial development issues in different Heights neighborhoods fairly. I've heard he has favored Central Ave at Palisade Ave's expense.

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Good luck, good sir. There are areas of the city that still needs abatements to attract redevelopment, but definitely not downtown. I feel Yun understands that - he would still be relatively pro development but without the generous use of tax abatements, which is fair.

Yun very much listens to the community.


So did Fulop, when he was a councilman.

He was very vocally against abatements as well.


I know -- I wonder what caused his change of heart? All the more reason why I'm no longer a Fulop supporter.

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Good luck, good sir. There are areas of the city that still needs abatements to attract redevelopment, but definitely not downtown. I feel Yun understands that - he would still be relatively pro development but without the generous use of tax abatements, which is fair.

Yun very much listens to the community.


So did Fulop, when he was a councilman.

He was very vocally against abatements as well.

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Good luck, good sir. There are areas of the city that still needs abatements to attract redevelopment, but definitely not downtown. I feel Yun understands that - he would still be relatively pro development but without the generous use of tax abatements, which is fair.

Yun very much listens to the community.

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Developers cannot be happy with this, he reads all the tax abatement documents and questions their accuracy.

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Jersey City councilman Michael Yun to raise money for possible mayoral bid

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on June 07, 2016 at 12:59 PM, updated June 07, 2016 at 1:08 PM

As Hudson County voters are heading to the polls in the final hours of today's presidential primaries, Jersey City Councilman Michael Yun will be in Fort Lee raising money for a possible mayoral bid in 2017.

According to an invitation obtained by The Jersey Journal — and written mostly in Korean — Yun supporters are gathering at Fort Lee restaurant Poong Lim B.B.Q. tonight and are being asked to donate between $250 and $2,600, the maximum contribution an individual can make to a campaign.

Read more:  http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... se_money_in_fort_lee.html


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