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Re: Jersey City parents anxious over school rezoning plan - Heights
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judging from your twitter activity, blame trump. some 80% of your official posts are jabs at him.


what about my unofficial posts

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it is way too sophisticated for terrence to connect the dots. fulop allows way too many basement slums. crooked speculators collect money, we pay the price.


don't forget the Chinese government. I think they may be involved in this, too.


judging from your twitter activity, blame trump. some 80% of your official posts are jabs at him. no wonder you totally miss local issues. everything was before your eyes, and you blew again.

btw, when was the last time you investigated bob menendez' prostitutes scandal? you are a volunteer establishment lap dog.

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it is way too sophisticated for terrence to connect the dots. fulop allows way too many basement slums. crooked speculators collect money, we pay the price.


don't forget the Chinese government. I think they may be involved in this, too.


:D

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it is way too sophisticated for terrence to connect the dots. fulop allows way too many basement slums. crooked speculators collect money, we pay the price.


don't forget the Chinese government. I think they may be involved in this, too.

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By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on April 14, 2017 at 11:35 AM, updated April 14, 2017 at 11:40 AM

JERSEY CITY -- Families in the Jersey City Heights are on edge as they await word on a plan devised by the public-school district that would force many of them to send their young children to new schools in the fall.

The plan is intended to alleviate crowding in the 28,000-student school district, where some schools are so over capacity students are taught in trailers. But parents are worried about longer routes to school and separating their children from friends and beloved teachers. Others are mystified that they won't be able to send their children to the schools closest to their homes.

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it is way too sophisticated for terrence to connect the dots. fulop allows way too many basement slums. crooked speculators collect money, we pay the price.

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By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on April 14, 2017 at 11:35 AM, updated April 14, 2017 at 11:40 AM

JERSEY CITY -- Families in the Jersey City Heights are on edge as they await word on a plan devised by the public-school district that would force many of them to send their young children to new schools in the fall.

The plan is intended to alleviate crowding in the 28,000-student school district, where some schools are so over capacity students are taught in trailers. But parents are worried about longer routes to school and separating their children from friends and beloved teachers. Others are mystified that they won't be able to send their children to the schools closest to their homes.

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