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Re: towing at shoprite?
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OroroJC wrote:
This just happened to me today. I am so annoyed. I don't think that anything can do legally. However, I have decided to boycott both this bj's and shoprite. I have been spending between $200 and $300 every other weekend at bj's and shoprite. I will no longer shop at these stores. Newport Mall is a complete shopping travesty. I have noticed the quality of the small stores has declined anyway. I can shop with much more satisfaction at Short Hills. Thank you very much.


where were you shopping though? if you were at bj's or the shoprite at the time you were towed take it up with their management and take it up the corporate ladder if necessary to get reimbursed.

if you were in the mall then tough shite!

Posted on: 2008/5/2 15:59
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Re: Cosi at Exchange Place
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Does anyone know when the Cosi will be opening at Exchange Place? I see the "coming soon" sign in the window and noticed construction underway. Just curious.


don't know when that one is opening but there is one on Washington by the Newport Pavonia Path station.

Posted on: 2008/4/21 21:36
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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JadedJC wrote:
I'm confused...Is this the same place as Star Bar (there seems to be two threads here on the same bar) - on Wayne Street just off Grove? I didn't know they served food as well.



NO connection at all, Star bar just couldn't think of an original name

Posted on: 2008/4/18 16:38
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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yum margarita pizza~ I know where I'm going for lunch today!

Posted on: 2008/4/18 14:50
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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$5 meals on wednesdays? i think i know where i'm going for dinner :)


yeah, you and everyone else in the neighborhood. It's getting packed there on Wednesday's!

Posted on: 2008/4/17 20:59
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Re: Feds subpoena Senate records on Sharpe James' & Glenn Cunningham's "Land Sale" Bill
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there are apparently a lot of very ignorant students out there if they think race has anything to do with this. This guys nothing but a gangsta

Posted on: 2008/4/17 13:50
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Re: Hamilton Park Ale House
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AlexC wrote:
Wrong. This used to be a neighborhood family place - been for the 20+ year which just happens to have a bar, and most of the kids that go are well behaved.

This is a neighborhood of families mostly with young children. If you want that kind of bar, there's lots in Hoboken.

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The last thing people without children want is to come to a bar/restaurant and be surrounded by kids (especially when crying loudly)...kids do not belong at AleHouse, WhiteStar,Simple,etc....go to Chile's if you have children and for goodness sake sit downstairs away from the bar area.



I couldn't disagree with you more Alex, I guess your kids must be much better behaved than everyone elses.

Posted on: 2008/4/16 21:05
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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3rdandwild wrote:
Oh..too bad Holly is no longer in JC.... She will be greatly missed.

So which one is Kelly anyway?



she's the tall pretty blonde imported from McSwiggans in Hoboken. Stop in Thursday night and say hi to her.

Posted on: 2008/4/16 14:15
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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I don't see my favorite bartender, Holly, these days but other bartenders are also nice (one can argue about their dismissive attitude, but I find them charming).


sorry to say Holly is no longer in jc but come by and say hi to Kelly 'cause she rocks!

Posted on: 2008/4/15 21:39
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Re: THE VIDEO PROJECTED AT CITY COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT
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sell outs each and every one! minus fulop and vega. I actually emailed richardson asking where the hell she was for such an important vote. I doubt I'll get a response. by the way, her aide has the same last name as she, a little nepotism maybe?

Posted on: 2008/4/10 19:38
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Re: Hamilton Park Pizza....where's they go?
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I heard last night or monday night was kind of a grand opening for them because they finally ran through all the old invitory so now it will be all their suppliers. will definitely check it out soon.

Posted on: 2008/4/9 18:54
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Re: Handicapped Hang Tags
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marybarr wrote:
I have a permanent handicapped hang tag and since I am not wheelchair bound use it only on the worst of my pain days. Twice it has been stolen out of our car and we had to soend the days at DMV to replace it. I reported them stolen but I don't think they will be discovered unless the tag is hanging when the person gets a ticket or pulled over for something else.


note to self, like gps unit and satelite radio, do not leave tag hanging in car in site when not being used.

Posted on: 2008/4/9 18:46
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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StevenFulop wrote:
I would just like to give you an update on where things stand with this issue. I have been working with John Yurchak (Director of DPW), Captain McDonough (East District Police), and the Parking Authority. What we have come up with is this:

1. A stop sign will be placed on Erie at 3rd Street.
2. A stop sign will be placed on Erie at 7th Street.
3. The Parking Authority will be stepping up enforcement on parking at the curbs.
4. Crosswalks will be repainted.

Additionally, the blinking light on Erie at 10th Street might be switched to a standard traffic light in the near future.

The East District will also continue to keep an eye on speeding in the area.

This is a good start. The area will be monitored to see if this is effective or more is needed. This is very important as it relates to the changing needs of the area and its residents.

Sincerely,

Steven Fulop
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That's great, thanks Steve, now if we can just put a stop sign on Monmouth at Pavonia; the current sign instructing drivers to stop for pedestrians is ignored by most drivers.

Posted on: 2008/4/7 16:58
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Re: Developer will exchange Embankment for 10mil & Rezoning of 20-acre sites on Newark Ave at NJTurnpike
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lets all give him a hand for offering to sell the city something he didn't legally purchase because conrail didn't follow proper procedures.

when the hell is this jack off finally going to just file suit with conrail for their mistake and get off the city and taxpayers cases?

Posted on: 2008/4/4 17:37
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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There are four "yield to pedestrian" signs installed at Monmouth and Pavonia, but drivers don't care because police don't enforce them. Yield signs do not work.



jeeze, I thought I was the only one who had a problem with this intersection. Drivers absolutely IGNORE these signs, the intersection needs to be changed to a 3 way stop to be safe.

Posted on: 2008/4/4 17:25
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Re: Why Bush Watergated Eliot Spitzer
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isnt it funny, that whenever a Democrat gets busted, it's because of a "republican conspiracy"?


come on, you KNOW there is a vast right wing conspiracy, the Clinton's said so!

Posted on: 2008/4/3 17:59
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Re: The Embankment Restaurant
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went in for happy hour last week, didn't try the food menu but the drink selection was great. Talked to some of the folks working there and it sounds like they're addressing concerns as they hear them. I will definitely be back. Oh and Patrick serves you ask him to do his flaming orange peal trick.

Posted on: 2008/4/3 17:58
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Re: Why Bush Watergated Eliot Spitzer
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psst, Bush killed Kennedy too!

Posted on: 2008/4/3 14:44
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Re: Jersey City residents urged to fill out survey on travel patterns
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from the apathy on this site I know that $200 is all mine! if I can remember my user name and password that is...

Posted on: 2008/4/3 13:56
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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our streets are getting more and more overwhelmed with cars, not only due to over-development, but due to motorists cutting through downtown to get to the Holland Tunnel.


So many people using the argument about cars cutting through various downtown streets to get to the Holland Tunnel. These are public streets. Everyone has the right to use them no matter where they are going. I cut through all kinds of streets in the Heights to get from 1/9 back to downtown. I just don't see how you can single out people driving to the tunnel as poor drivers that are contributing to any potential traffic issues that may exist.


that may be so but are you speeding on these side streets and blowing stop signs? that's kinda the whole point here genius

Posted on: 2008/4/2 16:42
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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StevenFulop wrote:

On speed bumps specifically, DPW opposes them, but although it may seem absurd to have this standpoint there are valid reasons why they have this perspective including, liability, snow plows, ambulance routes, and DOT.

Steve


Steve please ignore DPW, I really believe their reasons are a load of kakka. 1, if their was a liability issue then there would have been a class action law suit YEARS ago against some municipality that installed them. 2, there are thousands of cities across the north east that have speed bumps but no plow issues and 3, how much would time would really be lost by an ambulance that slowed down slightly for a bump? I mean really!

oh and by the way, I want to see a stop sign on Monmouth and Pavonia to stop the traffic on Monmouth going towards Hoboken. I had to wait for almost a dozen cars before I was able to cross the other day while walking down Pavonia towards Brunswick. Not one f'in driver would let me cross despite the sign instructing them to yield for pedestrians.

Posted on: 2008/3/27 17:28
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Re: Double-dipping lives on in Hudson -- HUDSON'S DUAL-OFFICE HOLDERS
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the whole problem is the grandfather clause which allowed these politicians to keep the office they were already elected and run for an additional one. don't see what good a petition will do at this point

Posted on: 2008/3/25 16:28
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Re: towing at shoprite?
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coronalime wrote:
I wonder how many cars go unclaimed. You figure, they're taking 20-30 cars a day (which by my visual observations is about right). Many of the people are probably from out of town, some foreigners, some drug dealers and other people with questionable items in their car or other reasons for not knowing or wanting to call the police about it. I'm sure some people just figure it's a lost cause, thinking it's long gone in a chop-shop somewhere.

How long do they hold onto the car for? What happens to it after that time period? Anybody know?


they'll run the registration to locate the owner so they can charge them the towing and storage fee.

Posted on: 2008/3/25 13:45
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Re: Hamilton Park Ale House jersey Ave.
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I've given them a chance on a number of occasions recently between super bowl, brunch, dinner and happy hour and the food is pretty good and Jim the owner seems like a nice guy but I don't like it when the check the bar gives me breaks out the food protion but bulks the entire drink tab together, I never know how many or how much they're actually charging. at both the white star and lucky 7's the tab even tells you how many buy backs they hooked you up with.

Posted on: 2008/3/13 21:08
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Re: Driveway line laws?
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jc73 wrote:
The car can only be towed if you can't get out of your driveway, not if you can't get in.


huh? that makes no sense.

Posted on: 2008/3/10 21:30
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Re: Lafayette gets mail unit 4 mornings a week
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Postal Service brass abruptly shut the Lafayette Branch, at 322 Pacific Ave., on Dec. 21 when a bulletproof glass door that parcels are passed through fell off its hinges, creating a security risk.

KEN THORBOURNE



what a joke! instead of making a repair they would rather close down an entire branch?!

Posted on: 2008/3/7 20:33
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Re: Kabili Tayari back in the news: Outside firm hired to study policies of HC Corrections Dept.
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SalOnTheHill wrote:
Good job incorporating an otherwise newsworthy story into an already incendiary, and entirely unrelated, thread. But Kabili Tayari is mentioned in both stories, so I guess that must mean that apologizing for slavery is relevant to studying racial bias claims in our local prisons?


thanks, I was trying to figure this out myself.

Posted on: 2008/3/3 20:09
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Re: The Lamp Post or The Latin Lounge: SUV driver critically injures one after fight at 2nd Street bar
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I know it didn't stem from the Lamp Post because I know the entire crew there and they have no reason to lie to me.

Posted on: 2008/2/28 22:06
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Re: The Lamp Post or The Latin Lounge: SUV driver critically injures one after fight at 2nd Street b
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jimmy wrote:
Just curious, does anyone think bren12 is not WOW08?

MY FACT: This thread gives ME a "HEADACHE".


better yet what are the chances bren12 and wow08 is also the manager or owners of the latin lounge and trying to deflect unwanted attention from the place

Posted on: 2008/2/28 20:44
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Re: Best pizza in JC????
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forgot to mention the Grandma's Pizza truck that can be found outside Harborside Financial Plaza 10 on weekdays between 11 and 3. It's the best pizza I've actually had since moving to jersey from long island

Posted on: 2008/2/28 20:17
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