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Re: What Will Be Closed in HC if the State Shuts Down
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Funny how nobody is mentioning how this "deal" is going to screw the Jersey City school system. Thanks Murphy.


Correction: This deal is going to finally force JC to pay for it's own schools. Post after post from Steve (and his sycophants) bragging about JC's successes and growths, it's almost like he was daring the state to do this. Well, they did. And, now we will. Party's over.


Agreed on this. A lot. The smugness of parading JC as a success, while building that success on the collective backs of the NJ taxpayers, was almost like prodding a sleeping bear.

I am super glad to see JC doing well. After almost 12 years here, I am still a happy resident and would love for the city to continue to do well, but fair is fair, and the JC of today is undoubtedly riding a gravy train and being smug about it. It was only a matter of time before this all happened. Only those in denial, or the ones completely indifferent, were unable to see it.

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Funny how nobody is mentioning how this "deal" is going to screw the Jersey City school system. Thanks Murphy.


Correction: This deal is going to finally force JC to pay for it's own schools. Post after post from Steve (and his sycophants) bragging about JC's successes and growths, it's almost like he was daring the state to do this. Well, they did. And, now we will. Party's over.

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How is expecting JC to pay more than the paltry 17% it currently spends to pay for its own schools ‘screwing’ JC taxpayers?

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Funny how nobody is mentioning how this "deal" is going to screw the Jersey City school system. Thanks Murphy.

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No N.J. shutdown! Phil Murphy, top Dems reach last-minute deal on budget and tax hikes

Updated 7:40 PM; Posted 6:57 PM
By Matt Arco and Samantha Marcus NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

It came really close, but New Jersey won't shut down for the second year in a row.

Gov. Phil Murphy and fellow Democrats who control the state Legislature reached a state budget deal Saturday evening, capping more than four months of drama, according to two sources familiar with the talks.

Murphy will hold a joint news conference with Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin at 7:30 p.m.

https://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... t_s.html#incart_big-photo

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By Ron Zeitlinger
The Jersey Journal

If state lawmakers and Gov. Phil Murphy can't come to an agreement on a new state budget by midnight Saturday, you'll still be able to play the lottery, but you won't be going to Liberty State Park.

The looming shutdown would keep all non-essential state workers home, but since the revenue from the lottery is deemed essential the games will go on. But Liberty State Park on the Jersey City waterfront, the state's most visited park, would be closed.

Come Monday, the most noticeable closure would be the Motor Vehicle Commission offices and vehicle inspection stations in Hudson County. Unemployment services will be open, but the One Stop Career Center will be closed.

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Full List of NJ Services Open/Closed in Shutdown

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