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Re: Green House on Palisade Ave in JC Heights
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it is located on the east side of the street between bowers and south st closer to bowers.

Posted on: 2011/2/3 20:16
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Re: Green House on Palisade Ave in JC Heights
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it should be a great addition to the neighborhood. the owner has explained that it will be a 3 floor space. 1st floor is the green market. 2nd floor he's hoping to have eating space and the 3rd floor as an artist space where art work will be displayed and used for artist events.

Posted on: 2011/2/2 20:51
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Re: Monthly Parking in the Heights?
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Still looking for long term parking. This one is located on Franklin & Webster. Let me know, as the space is now available.

Posted on: 2010/8/31 20:16
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Re: Do you recommend particular Roofer?
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Simpson Contracting (Peter) gave us a lengthy warranty for their rip & repair job of our entire roof. We also had our roofdecks properly installed.

Peter will be our go to contractor for future building mainteance & repair.

Posted on: 2010/6/29 19:39
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Re: Heights: 5 De Mayo -- Mexican Food @ 403 Central Ave. -- Great $1.50 Tamales
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the heights is so underrated when it comes to food quality, taste and cost.

Posted on: 2010/6/2 16:06
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Re: Letter from fire chief: Mr. Fulop, you haven't a clue
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Posted on: 2010/6/1 20:46
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Re: dog friendly bars + restaurants in jc
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Same answer, they're both animals. The other just walks upright.

Posted on: 2010/5/28 18:52
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Re: dog friendly bars + restaurants in jc
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One, there's no such thing as a well-behaved dog. That's like telling me your in a perfect relationship, your lying to me!

Two, what happens when the dog decides to do its business while people are eating? Then what?!

Good restaurants, as few as they are in our city, should be cautious about being dog friendly, it could really cost them.

Posted on: 2010/5/28 18:26
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Re: Bayonne or Jersey City Heights?
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Go with the Heights if school is not your biggest priority. We purchased in the heights 3 years ago coming from downtown and you can certainly see the change happening. Public transportation is abundant, dining is diverse, Everything JC festival is on Central Ave, and dedicated neighborhood associations. Since being in the Heights I can se most of the shady dealings are finding they have no place in my portion of the neighborhood. My neighbors/block are extremely proactive about their quality of life and I see more patrol cars up and down my street than i see downtown, unless they're parked by the cigar shop on grove.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2010/5/12 18:56
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Re: Downtown: (you pick the title, the best “ny post” type title to this thread wins)
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POOPLEMA IN JC!

Posted on: 2010/5/11 16:14
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Re: Jersey City cop.
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You're probably more correct than I am but let the OP find out. Haha!

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SLyng wrote:
That sounds good in theory, until the cop arrests you for "interfering with official police business" - Then you'll protest that you weren't doing anything wrong... you were just checking up on your tax dollars, at which point he'll tack on a bogus charge for "disorderly conduct".

Don't you know how the system works? Or maybe I'm just cynical.

Posted on: 2010/5/4 20:45
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Re: Jersey City cop.
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Even better, why don't you ask him/her to explain what he/she is doing there. It's your money! I'd also bring a video camera and start recording as you approach the vehicle. Maybe you will catch them staring at the back of their eye lids.

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toejamfootball wrote:
Would someone explain to me who decides what JC police do with their time, and why? After all, I pay way more than my share in taxes. I am not pleased that I am paying this jerk to sit on his a** all day.

Posted on: 2010/5/4 19:48
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Re: Anyone getting "routine 3 year" building inspections by city?
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It happened to us last year, same as what 07310 described. I'm in a 5 unit condo.

Posted on: 2010/3/26 18:14
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Re: Permit
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Got copies of permits from the city in the mail within 7 - 10 business days by doing the following:

Letter to Housing, Economic Development and Commerce Department stating the specific time frame and permit needed and adddress of property.

Faxed it to 201.547.5270

Followed up with Ray Meyer if faxed was received and turn around time.

If you want to call ask for Ray Meyer by calling 201.547.5055

Good Luck!

Posted on: 2010/3/25 17:30
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Re: Heights/ Ringside Lounge: Man killed by a bullet to his forehead while playing cards in back room
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There you go! Looks like garbage stay's.

Posted on: 2010/2/3 17:23
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Re: Heights/ Ringside Lounge: Man killed by a bullet to his forehead while playing cards in back room
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This is another reason why our city officials get no respect. . .dumb decisions. SET AN EXAMPLE!!! If you want to start cleaning up this city start by taking out the garbage first.

Posted on: 2010/2/3 15:06
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Re: Teen curfew
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Quote:

ErinMaiden wrote:
. . ."its the parent's job" b/c if you hang around my neighborhood and hear how some of these "parents" parent their children, you''ll know these kids have no authority.

I don't want to raise their children, but if they're out at 2am, and they're 15, they're up to no good. throw them in jail and let their worthless parents wake up and come get them. maybe if these wonderful parents are inconvenienced enough they'll start keeping an eye on their kids.


I can not agree more. Its obvious that some of these parents are just using their children to get government grants.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 18:32
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Re: curfew
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Here's what I found in municode.com for JC.

? 137-1. - Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

CHILD - Any person under the age of 17 years.

GUARDIAN - A person, other than a parent, to whom legal custody of a child has been given by court order or who is acting in the place of a parent or is responsible for the care and welfare of a child.

OPERATOR OF A BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT - Any person who operates, manages or controls any place of amusement or entertainment, any store or shop, any tavern, saloon, cafe or restaurant or any other commercial or business establishment or place.

PUBLIC PLACES - Any place to which the public has access, including but not limited to a public street, road, thoroughfare, sidewalk, bridge, alley, plaza, park, recreation or shopping area, public transportation facility, vehicle used for public transportation, parking lot or any other public building, structure or area. This definition includes restaurants, taverns, cafes, stores and any other place that has business invitees.


? 137-2. - Duties of children.

A.
It shall be unlawful for any child to be in any public place between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. of the following day unless such child is accompanied by a parent or guardian or unless such child is engaged in, or traveling to or from, a business or occupation which the laws of this state authorize children to perform.
B.
It shall be unlawful for any child under the age of 17 years to be in any public place on any school day during the hours in which such child's school is in session, unless such child is accompanied by a parent or guardian or unless he or she has been excused from school by school authorities.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 15:32
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Re: curfew
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Isn't there one already? I believe that if minors are caught commiting a crime they can also be charged with breaking the curfew.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 15:18
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Re: worth buying in downtown JC?
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Knowing what I know now, it's worth renting in downtown JC. Find another way of building your net worth. Prior to buying our place in the JC area we were contemplating the idea of buying an investment property in upstate NY. Should have gone with the investment property and continued to rent in JC. Live and learn!!

Posted on: 2010/1/29 16:28
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Re: Can police patrol the Height Section?
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Also don't hold back when you hear or see something you don't approve of. Let the police determine the nature of what is occuring. Again, the abundance of police cruising by my area may also just be the past reputation of that section of the Heights. I also believe the RNA has a lot to do with this.

Posted on: 2010/1/29 15:30
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Re: Can police patrol the Height Section?
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I always see cops around my area of the Heights, Franklin/Webster. They are either heading north on Webster or east/west on Franklin. I've even seen unmarked cars pull drivers over on occassion.

Posted on: 2010/1/29 15:06
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Re: TAGGING CARS
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Interesting. . .I didn't know animals can write.

+1 on the previous poster. WD-40 is my all purpose solution.

Posted on: 2010/1/26 17:34
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Re: North Bergen man beaten, robbed by thugs on Jersey City Heights streetcorner
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Cameras are helpful. What you also need is a leash, this is what happens when animals roam freely.

Posted on: 2010/1/20 16:15
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Re: Heights - Riverview Neighborhood Association meeting
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Crime is mostly down compared to last month, no shock its winter. I don't recall but they should have droken down the crime numbers year-over-year. Car break-ins are on the rise.

The discussion was mostly focused on the city's budget, taxes. The group briefly tocuhed on open space projects throughout the city, street paving in the Heights and the 100 steps that's suppose to be built at the foot of The Cliffs apartments.

Steve Fulop showed up at the tail end of the meeting.

Posted on: 2010/1/14 20:05
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Re: Property taxes likely to go up again.... a lot!
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I love this city for its many advantages, but monetarily this place is a mess. Our government heads continue to tap the same stone for blood year after year.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. This, my fellow JClisters, is our city leaders.

Why can't we as a city look for alternative ways of generating revenue instead of looking for the next hand out from the state and if that fails resort to an increase in taxes. I know most of problem has to do with the state of our economy but how many times can you use that as part of the problem.

INSANE!

Posted on: 2010/1/14 15:23
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Re: Do you recommend particular Roofer?
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I concur with neverleft.

We are also having a roof done and the roofer we chose indicated that he will procure all the necessary permits for the job.

CapnJon - are your roofers beginning work in this temperature? Ours advised for the temp to climb somewhere in the 40's. Although our work requires an entire rip & repair.

Posted on: 2010/1/7 20:46
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Re: Any information on the razing of the Lincoln Park Golf Range?
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Yes! I hope this happens.

Having recently lost my Yankees Saturday game package this would make a great opportunity to get my golf game back.

Posted on: 2009/12/24 17:26
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Re: I helped police apprehend a car burglar
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By the way, I'm dying to know if the shower was still on when you got home. Just Kidding!!

Great Job!

Posted on: 2009/10/23 19:23
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Re: Police Escort Last Night
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This maybe your answer.

JERSEY CITY -- More than 400 law enforcement and emergency management officials are gathering near the Statue of Liberty to examine critical homeland security issues facing New Jersey's urban areas.

Homeland Security Undersecretary Rand Beers and New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine will join authorities to discuss regional catastrophic planning, the mix of crime and terrorism in cities, and the challenges of securing mass transit networks and ports.

The conference is being held at the Hyatt Regency.

Posted on: 2009/9/10 14:20
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