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Re: Powerhouse Arts District: artists win affordable units case - each valued at more than $400,000
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The artist has to be certified by the city as being an eligible artist. From what I have heard it is very difficult to obtain this certification.

Graphic or industrial designer probably wouldn't qualify though don't quote me as I don't have a list of who has qualified previously.

As someone who knows cops who obviously have to live somewhere, I'd like to know what those programs he refers to are, as well.

Posted on: 2009/2/11 18:25
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Re: Powerhouse Arts District: artists win affordable units case - each valued at more than $400,000
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Well said.

As for jenny's question/comment- I moved into the PAD not specifically because of the arts but because it is a quiet, small neighborhood and at the time at least the plan was for there to NOT be high rises constructed there- ever.

I don't know that I agree with Healy that this is a "victory for the city" given that the city leadership has spent the last several years trying to eviscerate the plan for PAD- but it *is* a victory for those of us who think elected officials should stick to their word and do the right thing by their constituents.

Posted on: 2009/2/10 18:04
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Re: Powerhouse Arts District: artists win affordable units case - each valued at more than $400,000
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troysmith you are ill-informed as to how the PAD is *supposed* to work.

The provision of these units at this price point is the condition upon which the developer was allowed to put up the building in the first place. No units for the city at $1, no development.

As a resident of the PAD who has followed these issues fairly closely, I have to say, it's ludicrous to think the developer "didn't understand" this.

Posted on: 2009/2/9 22:41
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Interesting, thanks.

Posted on: 2008/11/10 18:50
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Quote:

GeorgeWBush wrote:
On a completely unrelated note: Secret Service code names are:

Obama- Renegade
Michelle- Renaissance
Girls are Rosebud & Radience


Gotta say, Renegade is pretty badass.


GWB


You picked this up, where?

Posted on: 2008/11/10 18:46
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Question- where was this philosophy during 8 years of Bush-bashing?

Posted on: 2008/11/6 17:52
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Quote:

brian_em wrote:

Not everyone who votes republican is an idiot.


Read up the page.

RIF.

Posted on: 2008/11/5 21:53
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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hero69 wrote:
Who says the rich already pay too much? I don't think Warren Buffet, Oprah or Sarah Jessica Parker would support Obama if they thought his tax policies were dangerous, or maybe they realize that running a country is not just about who pays more/less taxes.


Or they can afford the lawyers and accountants needed to shelter their money...

Posted on: 2008/11/3 15:41
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Re: Gang Initiation Tonight...Is this real?
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I had no idea General Westmoreland was the head of the Crips.

Posted on: 2008/11/2 22:22
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Re: Steve Fulop
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Councilman Fulop was in the Marine Corps, not the Army.

Posted on: 2008/10/31 17:55
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Re: Gang Initiation Tonight...Is this real?
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I thought it was dachshunds.

Posted on: 2008/10/31 17:26
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: 3 bullet wounds in victim near Ercel Webb park
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fasteddie wrote:
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GrovePath wrote:
3 bullet wounds in victim near park in Lafayette

Bonilla was rushed to the Jersey City Medical Center, where police learned he had been treated before for being shot, beaten with a bottle, and cut with a machete, reports said.

MICHAELANGELO CONTE


So are they saying that Angel was shot, beaten with a bottle and cut with a machete then gets out of the hospital and get's shot 3 times? This was not a good day for Angel, somebody doesn't like him. The guy is like Rasputin. They will probably try poison next. I would avoid ravioli if I were him.


The sentence as written reads that he arrived at the hospital, was treated, and then shot, beaten, and cut with a machete.

Remind me to go up to St Mary's if I need treatment.


Posted on: 2008/9/3 14:34
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Re: Frank, the pizza man is running for city council ( Frank's Famous Italian Pizzeria on Monmouth )
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I can't quite place it, but something is telling me that after the election, taxe\'s are going to hit the sky. Spidey sense maybe?

Posted on: 2008/8/29 17:10
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Re: Historic Newark Avenue graveyard Decays
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With the proviso that there is a section of the cemetery on the east side (there's a hill and then a slope) that is MASSIVELY overgrown and you can clearly see there are graves back there but you'd need a machete to get thru.

Good luck, sorry I don't have anything more helpful to add.

Posted on: 2008/8/28 23:01
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Re: Weirdest Street Names in JC?
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"Tuers"

Posted on: 2008/8/15 17:44
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Re: Weirdest Street Names in JC?
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Quote:

Frank_M wrote:
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mills wrote:
Steuben. Sounds like stupid.


Say "schtoyben"

Could be named for Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben... one of the most important figures in American history, without whom the colonies may not have won their independence.

(I spent a lot of time in Valley Forge as a kid--his name is all over the place.)


It is.

Posted on: 2008/8/15 14:47
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Re: How do I Plead?
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Not guilty by reason of insanity.

Posted on: 2008/8/6 16:48
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Re: JCPD BLACK & BLUE
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Quote:

fat-ass-bike wrote:
If I had to weigh up guilt on appearance, then the dumb-ass looking cops take the prize.


Good thing our system doesn't work that way.

Posted on: 2008/8/3 16:24
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Re: Is being ignorant a requirement to work for the JC Parking Authority?
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Quote:

JC_DowntownRegular wrote:
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bdlaw wrote:
Quote:

JC_DowntownRegular wrote:
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CANKICKER wrote:

Its a requirment to work for any govn't job!



As a govt employee, i resent that.


As a tax-payer, I resent your being on JClist at 1:10 PM.



It's called vacation bdlaw. I don't jclist at work. I don't have time for that.


Was a joke.

Hence the smiley.

Sheesh.

Posted on: 2008/7/25 18:20
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Re: 9th & Marin crosswalk
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Quote:

jclxz wrote:
And people are not only regularly hit at this intersection, but also beaten by drivers who do not appreciate them using the crosswalk.


"Beaten"?

Seriously?

They stop the car and get out and attack people on foot? What is this, Grand Theft Auto?

Posted on: 2008/7/24 1:38
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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Quote:

Just4Phun wrote:
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ianmac47 wrote:
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jclxz wrote:
Yuppie scumbags.


Get a job.


Errr... don't you mean "Get a car." or "Get a granny cart." ??


Or just, "don't be a douche."

Posted on: 2008/7/23 18:28
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Re: **CELEBRITY SIGHTINGS IN JERSEY CITY ***
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Was he looking at places at Liberty Harbor North?

Posted on: 2008/7/23 14:15
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Re: Assault in Van Vorst Park tonight
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NEW YORK, duh, didn't you see the film?



On a serious note, Althea thank you for the post.

Posted on: 2008/7/22 16:16
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Re: 25 top cities for singles
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My pleasure. Just trying to help.

Signed,

Cyranolaw.


Posted on: 2008/7/22 2:59
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Re: 25 top cities for singles
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Quote:

crushthedemoniac wrote:
anytime mam


The word is "Ma'am."

Posted on: 2008/7/22 2:50
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Re: **CELEBRITY SIGHTINGS IN JERSEY CITY ***
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PAULUS.

HOOK.



Posted on: 2008/7/15 20:02
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Re: Living in Hamilton Park
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Quote:

kribopple wrote:
oh and as for living near the tunnel, doesn't phase me. i'd be living alone and grew up in nyc. not to mention i work downtown right next to the wtc site and god knows what i breathe in on a daily basis.

i'm just looking for a nice (affordable) neighborhood to live in.


I know this thread is specific to Hamilton Park, but I work about exactly where you do and I live in the PAD. If you commute via PATH to WTC everyday as I do, the 7 minute walk to Exchange Place can save you a ton of time waiting for a downtown PATH train.

Not to dissuade you from moving to HP, just sayin'.


Posted on: 2008/7/10 16:55
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Re: Living in Hamilton Park
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Do you own a dachshund?

Posted on: 2008/7/9 20:59
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Re: Man attacked outside Newport mall; 3 charged -- large group of teens and young men behaving diso
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Quote:

Vigilante wrote:
...believe me the present administration LOVES having a volunteer Army. These new recruits are there because they wanted to be. A volunteer will rarely question an officers judgement. Not so in a conscripted Army. Besides, nothing will push a kid toward College like the threat of a Draft.


Really?

Posted on: 2008/7/9 16:38
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Re: Liberty Harbor - thoughts?
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Quote:

nycareerpro wrote: And like I posted earlier, I don't have a lot of time to go around a look at places since I work a lot and have a far commute into the city.


You can't viral market from home?

That sucks.


Posted on: 2008/7/2 14:18
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