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Re: home inspector did not get on the roof
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Moss takes sadistic pleasure in pointing out faults during inspections. It's not what he finds, he is no more thorough than most inspectors, it's how he says things. He often panics the home buyer without offering solutions. He's all doom and gloom.




Posted on: 2014/3/23 2:28
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Re: Home insurance
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I just bought a policy from Mike Blumenfeld of Mile Square Insurance. Very happy with him and the policy.
201-918-1968

Posted on: 2014/3/22 12:13
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Re: National Cleaners on Erie St closing
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within 200 ft of the Cordero School ...can't have a liquor license

Posted on: 2014/3/3 15:31
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Re: Apartment hunting suggestions needed
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got to take Brewsters side on this one.

Posted on: 2014/3/2 0:32
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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silver plan blue cross/ blue shield plan

5k individual deduction 10k family

2 adults early 50's
2 kids


Posted on: 2014/2/2 13:46
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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I am a democrat. I voted for Obama twice. Newest quote from Blue Cross/ Blue Shield $1905 a month up from $1075.

I'm all for universal health care...but who is going to pay for it?

This should not be a democrat/ republican thing...


Posted on: 2014/1/31 18:24
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Re: Australians investors buying up Jersey City housing
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call them 201-942-6222


Please note on some properties the tenants may be required to shovel.

Posted on: 2014/1/22 13:55
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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I didn't know we were a Christain nation....did I miss the memo?

I'm all for helping my fellow man....I don't think I should have to refi my house to pay for health care increases.


Posted on: 2014/1/21 22:24
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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what the insurance companies call catastrophic is still over $1300 a month. Thank you for the advise though.

Posted on: 2014/1/20 23:13
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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show me a silver plan I can sign up for $963 a month and I'll pay your insurance for for a year....I would love to be wrong!

There are policies for $1400-$1500 a month but they would require my wife to get new DR.. and they would prevent us from using NYC hospitals.

2 adults early fifties
2 kids






Posted on: 2014/1/19 3:48
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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Blue Cross/ Blue Shield silver family plan , which I am currently paying $1075 , will be approx $1650 plus a month. I am not sure if it will allow us to see Drs. in NYC. Still shopping around.

That comes to $19,800 annually. and then we have co-pays,
dental, ortho, prescription and a high deductable ....if we require a hospital stay thats another $6000. I project 2014 health care to cost my family at least 25k.

This is not afforable this is a worse policy than what I had...


Posted on: 2014/1/18 15:29
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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JPHURST if you had started you buisness three years ago your health insurance would of been 50% less then.

I think a family of four paying 20k-30k a year under the ACA is a hell of alot of money.That includes copays, dental and very limited use of prescription.

I worry what the effect of the ACA on municipalities and small employers? Teachers, police , fire, union members have up to 98.5% of health care covered. The increased costs will effect all.

Posted on: 2014/1/18 12:46
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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My insurance premiums have more than doubled in three years. I wasn't able to continue with BC/BS because I don't have an employee who receives a W-2. I receive a 10-99....much like consultants do.

I am weighing the benefits and feasability of catastrohic insurance. Thank you to those who recommended that option.

I'm not looking for sympathy...just options that other self employed workers are weighing.



This is not a political statement...Obama has many accomplishments that history will remember. His health care reform is not one of them.


Posted on: 2014/1/15 13:27
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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Im in my fifties that that effects it. We are forced to pay for things we don't use...maternity.

Posted on: 2014/1/14 20:47
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Re: Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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Thanks for the heads up! To live in the NY metro area making a 100k is middle class.

I am a democrat...in fact some would say a liberal.....but , to me, Obamacare is a war on the middle class.


Posted on: 2014/1/14 20:45
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Obamacare...creating more working poor.
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I receieved a letter from Blue Cross/ Blue Shield of New Jersey that due to new federal guidlines I know longer meet the qualifications for self employment health care. I was paying approx $1075 for "silver coverage" for my family of four. Blue Cross is willing to write a new policy for approx $1650....which doesn't include dental, has limited prescription and it makes it much harder to see specialists in NYC. This is 20k a year. With 12k property tax , 20k federal/ Jersey Income tax, 3k home insurance, and 24k mortgage. Thats 79k a year without co-pays, deductables, food, fuel clothing and entertainment. As much as I love Jersey City I can understand why people bolt from the area.

Anyones thoughts on Obamacare...I think it stinks.





Posted on: 2014/1/14 20:25
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Re: Jersey City real estate prices going back to pre-bubble burst prices
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granted our property taxes are higher than NYC but when you factor in NYC income tax , NY sales tax and the higher costs of goods in NY will continue to make Jersey City a great alternantive (cost wise) to NYC.

Posted on: 2014/1/10 17:54
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Crapt floats to the top! He's a bully who cultivates a culture of fear.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 16:35
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Re: New Architect's Rendering for Empty Lot Next to City Hall, aka Majestic II / Grove South
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Quote:

K-Lo wrote:
As I understand this, the developers received a 25 year abatement in 2007-2008. The purpose of an abatement is to stimulate redevelopment, I guess. The builders chose not to build at that time because of the poor economy -- which seems to be the whole point of granting the abatement in 2007.

Fulop pledged in August to hold downtown abatements to 5 years because downtown space is at a premium and construction needs no greater stimulus. So building has now commenced at this psace because the economy has improved, but six years later, the 25 year abatement is still in place? Wasn't the abatement given in 2007 to stimulate what is not now needed in 2013? Is this how it works?

If I have misstated the facts, please jump in. I'm just trying to understand what happened here.

Posted on: 2013/12/2 19:38
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Re: Political Insider: A State of the City speech may help tell us more about future of Jersey City
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Speaking of Thanksgiving leftovers....Auggie give us something
new!

Posted on: 2013/12/1 13:32
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Re: Roman Nose
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They are expanding and have been approved to serve liquor. Should reopen soon.

Posted on: 2013/11/21 13:19
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Re: Left Bank Burger Bar
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I very much enjoyed my Batholdi burger yesterday(Not greasy) and my wedge of iceberg lettuce. Will be back.


Posted on: 2013/11/14 16:12
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Re: Best JC Breakfast Sandwich?
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also the Egg White McMuffin...you know want it

Posted on: 2013/11/11 0:02
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Re: Recent Article on JC Real Estate
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Certainly has been a lot of positive press written about our city since July 1st!

Posted on: 2013/11/10 17:58
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Re: Best JC Breakfast Sandwich?
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I know I know....love if you must but
EGG MCMUFFINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on: 2013/11/10 3:53
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Re: Governor Christie landslide
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so what was the tenure reform? Yelling at teachers is not tenure reform.

Last I checked stock market more than doubled under Obama and unemployement down approx 2.5 %. Uemployement still in mid 9's in Jersey under Christie. He talks of cutting income taxes 10%....who will that benefit ..the wealthy.They will save thousands while the common man will save $100 a year.

Do you really think paying fast food workers and assorted other employees an extra $1 an hour will effect unemployment?

Listen Christie has can be charming, his blunt Jersey guy act resonates with many but I find him to be a self serving windbag. He bought his Attorney General positon and he used his influence to protect friends and family from prosecution. I don't want him to be our president.



Posted on: 2013/11/9 19:51
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Re: Governor Christie landslide
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high unemployment, economic downswing, little job creation.
Teachers paying 1.5% towards health care is not tenure reform, awarding no bid ontracts to cronies is not reaching accross the aisle. Wasting 25 million on a special election in October is not sound economic policy.







Posted on: 2013/11/9 12:31
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Re: Governor Christie landslide
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The sad thing is compared to the tea baggers he may be a moderate. Like Reagan, Christie has a way of connecting to people despite his lack of accomplishments.

Posted on: 2013/11/9 4:17
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Re: Governor Christie landslide
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Quote:

dtjcview wrote:
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JPhurst wrote:
And already the decline begins. His own party legislators gives him a bloody nose, re-electing Tom Kean, Jr. as Senate republican leader over his opposition.


Or perhaps the reverse. Can't think of a better way to prep him for the primaries.


Christie didn't pass the Romney vetting...the tea baggers are going to eat him alive.

Posted on: 2013/11/8 19:15
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Re: Governor Christie landslide
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corrupt like Governor Christies brother or corrupt like then Attorney General Christie pulling strings to keep his brother out of the polkie.


Posted on: 2013/11/7 3:41
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