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Re: Please Help Prato Bakery
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I've been to Prato and I think it's a super cute bakery and I would love to see them succeed. That being said, if they don't have the correct permits/zoning to have outdoor seating, that's their own fault for not doing their own research. I don't feel bad for them about this.


Posted on: 2015/7/8 15:44
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People drinking coffee outside is such a nuisance! Give me a break, another case of people who need to move to the burbs.

Posted on: 2015/7/8 15:28
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Sounds like a zoning issue to me.

Posted on: 2015/7/8 14:37
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I'm super confused. Can anyone explain why if the issue has something to do with a neighbor and the back yard space, why the tables and chairs inside had to be removed? I'm just not understanding.

Posted on: 2015/7/8 13:52
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Here is the text of the petition:

Prato Bakery is suffering. A neighbor who lives next door to the business has placed a complaint against the bakery, stopping the preparation of a community back garden, and forcing the bakery to remove all of their tables and chairs as of this morning while the dispute is resolved. This issue places strain on the business and it threatens not only its survival, but the thriving of the community.

Prato is a lovely little neighborhood hub, in the heart of the Jersey City, that offers as uniquely warm atmosphere and is frequented by neighbors and families.

We want to ask the community to support this petition to keep Prato Bakery open, and to encourage Steve Fulop (Mayor of Jersey City) to take action in defending a small business that adds a lot of value and vibrance to a rapidly flourishing community.


(This is utterly ridiculous. This guy expanded from NYC and chose Jersey City to move his business to. He worked for a year to open this place. He is a great guy and a great addition to the JC community. Bakeries do not have a great margin to begin with - impeding business like this could be very harmful. As 3rd noted, what's the real story here?)
if fulop wants to see jersey city progress, then he had better be more pro-active in helping businesses like prato prosper

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or maybe there's more than one side to this story?

at least they aren't asking for money, the way amt is

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Here is the text of the petition:

Prato Bakery is suffering. A neighbor who lives next door to the business has placed a complaint against the bakery, stopping the preparation of a community back garden, and forcing the bakery to remove all of their tables and chairs as of this morning while the dispute is resolved. This issue places strain on the business and it threatens not only its survival, but the thriving of the community.

Prato is a lovely little neighborhood hub, in the heart of the Jersey City, that offers as uniquely warm atmosphere and is frequented by neighbors and families.

We want to ask the community to support this petition to keep Prato Bakery open, and to encourage Steve Fulop (Mayor of Jersey City) to take action in defending a small business that adds a lot of value and vibrance to a rapidly flourishing community.


(This is utterly ridiculous. This guy expanded from NYC and chose Jersey City to move his business to. He worked for a year to open this place. He is a great guy and a great addition to the JC community. Bakeries do not have a great margin to begin with - impeding business like this could be very harmful. As 3rd noted, what's the real story here?)

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This is why we can't have nice things.. a bunch of complainers, that want a suburb feel in a downtown area. Idiots!
ditto!

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This is why we can't have nice things.. a bunch of complainers, that want a suburb feel in a downtown area. Idiots!

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So I came across this petition on Change.org:

https://www.change.org/p/please-help-p ... gn=share_email_responsive

It's pretty unclear as to what the dispute is trying to resolve. I've never been to Prato but I guess they have an open back area that butts up against another property. This petition makes it sound like the complaint is trying to get Prato to close up shop, which to me doesn't make any sense. Seems like the simple answer is that if Prato wants an open area, they need to do it in a way that won't disturb the neighbor (if even possible). Anyone know what the real issue is here?

Posted on: 2015/7/8 13:17
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