Register now !    Login  
Main Menu
Who's Online
61 user(s) are online (58 user(s) are browsing Message Forum)

Members: 0
Guests: 61

more...


Forum Index


Board index » All Posts (ezola)




Re: Memorial on Barrow St. (between montgomery and mercer)
#1
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

jimmythesaint1 wrote:
anyone know anything about the memorial (white sheet with messages written on it and candles) currently set up on barrow street, between montgomery and mercer?


It's between Wayne and Mercer. This is a rough neighborhood. It's nothing new, it's been like this for years, but now it's getting out of control. Couple of houses on Wayne and Barrow Street and one rundown house on Paulmier Pl. are big part of the problem. Lots of gang/drug related activity there.

Posted on: 2013/6/9 2:33
 Top 


Re: Memorial on Barrow St. (between montgomery and mercer)
#2
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

SecondApril wrote:
I live right around on that corner, and there's been music blasting and people screaming constantly. Even with the air conditioner running, I can't sleep.


Why didn't you call the cops???

Posted on: 2013/6/9 2:16
 Top 


Re: Retro Fitness coming to Hudson Mall
#3
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

07310 wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:
I don't think that I would look for a franchise. I would rather open a ?no name? gym. I guarantee that you?d would make lots of $ if you opened a reasonably priced, no contract gym in downtown. Check all the cheaper gyms downtown. They?re all packed after 5pm.


You should go to these cheaper gyms and ask the management if they are "making lots of $". I doubt you'll see any of the owners driving BMWs or Mercedes.


Bad example. This is America; anybody can drive Mercedes or BMW, and they?re doing better than OK, friend of mine manages one.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 20:47
 Top 


Re: Retro Fitness coming to Hudson Mall
#4
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

user1111 wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:
Quote:

user1111 wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:
I wish they would open a big gym in Downtown Jersey City. There?s a lot of money to be made. We need a good, well priced gym here. No contracts and sneaky maintenance fees, just straight forward $20-$30 a month membership. My gym is packed and overpriced. They charge people $30 a year a maintenance fee (like $400 is not enough), but they can?t fix the smelly bathroom and we have to pay extra for towels. It?s outrageous.

HAHA! are you serious? There are like tons of gyms down there, do you know this would be the only gym servicing GV residents? we are forced to go downtown or Bayonne to work out. get real, this type of gym belongs here not there we have the demographics for it and the demand.



We still need a well priced gym. Not everybody is rich here. Trust me.

Yes, This is true, there are allot of posers down there, but with all the complaints about low end stores and 99 cents stores on this board it does not make sense for a gym that charges $19.99 a month to want to run and open a business down there so all the posers can complain about it... When I first moved downtown there were a ton of mom and pop gyms that were dirt cheap, and guess what, they are all out of biz now because downtown folks wanted their_____ sucked and ____ kissed. You can always jump on the lightrail and work out. The days of any cheap gym opening down there is history that's why Synergy is gone.


Synergy went out of business because was poorly managed.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 20:44
 Top 


Re: Retro Fitness coming to Hudson Mall
#5
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

corybraiterman wrote:
i would contend that both places have the demand and demographics for it.

however, i can guarantee you that the retro is paying 25-50% less in rent than anything comparable downtown.

retro is a franchise and is always looking to expand if you have the capital to do so (around a mil). if you think that you can make a profit on a gym in downtown (and you'd have me going there for starters), by all means, please look into opening up one. keep in mind you need like 8000+ sq ft and free parking to make this work.


I don't think that I would look for a franchise. I would rather open a ?no name? gym. I guarantee that you?d would make lots of $ if you opened a reasonably priced, no contract gym in downtown. Check all the cheaper gyms downtown. They?re all packed after 5pm.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 6:54
 Top 


Re: Retro Fitness coming to Hudson Mall
#6
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

user1111 wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:
I wish they would open a big gym in Downtown Jersey City. There?s a lot of money to be made. We need a good, well priced gym here. No contracts and sneaky maintenance fees, just straight forward $20-$30 a month membership. My gym is packed and overpriced. They charge people $30 a year a maintenance fee (like $400 is not enough), but they can?t fix the smelly bathroom and we have to pay extra for towels. It?s outrageous.

HAHA! are you serious? There are like tons of gyms down there, do you know this would be the only gym servicing GV residents? we are forced to go downtown or Bayonne to work out. get real, this type of gym belongs here not there we have the demographics for it and the demand.



Tons of expensive gyms! Those expensive gyms will go out of business sooner than you think. I?ve seen many gyms over past 20 years. We still need a well priced gym. Not everybody is rich here. Trust me.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 6:47
 Top 


Re: Club H vs. Brick Haus (gym)
#7
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

corybraiterman wrote:
Neither of those are worth the money to me. Hopefully Retro opens up soon and the floor area isn't too small. I drive out with a friend to the North Arlington one, and it's f'n huge (16,500 sq ft). The old Against All Odds store they're building in is nowhere near as big, but hopefully it'll be big enough.


I agree. Club H and Brick House are way too expensive. I'll give those couple more years. They?ll eventually have to lower the prices or go out of business like many gyms before. We need a big, well priced gym with free clean towels and no sneaky contracts. What about those annual ?maintenance gym fees?? Don?t they get enough money? Is it even legal to charge those fees?

Posted on: 2013/1/17 6:39
 Top 


Re: Retro Fitness coming to Hudson Mall
#8
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


I wish they would open a big gym in Downtown Jersey City. There?s a lot of money to be made. We need a good, well priced gym here. No contracts and sneaky maintenance fees, just straight forward $20-$30 a month membership. My gym is packed and overpriced. They charge people $30 a year a maintenance fee (like $400 is not enough), but they can?t fix the smelly bathroom and we have to pay extra for towels. It?s outrageous.

Posted on: 2013/1/17 1:03
 Top 


Re: How do I get from Manhattan to Jersey City after 10:00?
#9
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Follow the green lights!

Posted on: 2012/12/12 5:32
 Top 


Re: Synergy Gym perhaps on the market?
#10
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


What a shame. I was a member since they opened nine or ten years ago. It wasn?t much, but it was a reliable and cheap gym. I didn?t care much about the owner, I saw him maybe twice through those years. It looked like he didn?t care about this business or maybe he didn?t know how to run a simple money making machine. I liked the stuff though. I went today to check the Club Metro USA Fitness and I was disappointed. I don?t know why, but for some reason I didn?t like it. Maybe it was a strange layout and lack of some important free weight stations and machines or maybe lots of new faces which I've never seen in my life (I've been living here for almost 20 years.). I?ll miss Synergy and my $250 a year membership. Maybe it wasn't the nicest gym around, but it was cozy and cheap. R.I.P
I also got a message for the owner: I was a member since you opened the gym. I spoke to you last week and you didn?t even mention about your plans. Screw you guy!!!

Posted on: 2012/12/12 5:27
 Top 


Re: No Bar @ Barrow & Mercer
#11
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

ianmac47 wrote:
Quote:

spider wrote:
Quote:

jmcee wrote:
Quote:

Like Corybraiterman, I think bars sprinkled throughout urban neighborhoods add charm. It's not as if every corner in JC has a bar - it is not even CLOSE to that. I don't understand the grouchiness on this site - do you really think East Village residents complain about bars nestled in their neighborhood?



Wow. So having bars like Indio's and the Latin Lounge in my neighborhood is charming. Somehow that never occurred to me before.


were those bars there already when you moved to that neighborhood or were you there first?


"Of course they were there but I'm entitled to move in next door and complain after the fact because I live there NOW."


Well said ianmac47!

I can?t believe that this is happening again. It?s been so nice and quiet on that corner, the nicest three months since I remember.

Does anyone know how to legally stop those people from opening another loud bar before it?s too late? What about contacting our councilman or hiring a lawyer? Does anyone know who owns that property?
It?s a great street without a bar. The desperate ex-bar owner mentioned that he was pulling his license. I noticed that the Barrow Bar was padlocked. Maybe there is a way to file a complaint and stop the property owner from renting the space to another bar owner. 90% of the residents I spoke to are happy that Barrow Bar was gone.
By the way, that place was out of control. Disrespectful people were not only drunk and loud but they were pissing all over the neighborhood. It?s a residential area. There is no place for another rowdy bar! Why don?t you open a nice small restaurant, bookstore, sandwich place or something quiet for pit?s sake? This place has a potential and does not have to sell alcohol to already drunk people!

Posted on: 2011/3/30 17:49
 Top 


Re: Barrow Street Bar
#12
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

brian1286 wrote:
Closed again tonight. I think we can say if they aren't open on Sunday for the Jets game theres a major problem.

And I hope it stays closed. I was walking there around 8 pm; it was so beautiful and quiet. I?ve never liked any bar on this street and I don?t think that Winston was any worse than Barrow Bar. No difference to me whatsoever, same reddish faces, football shirts and low pitch noises, and yes, I was here paying hefty taxes long before most of you realized than Jersey City is hotter than your quiet little towns.

There is no place for a rowdy bar in the middle of a residential neighborhood period. You can try to keep doors tightly shut during ball games and drunken crowd under control, but there will be always a drunken moron outside screaming and yelling when his team scores. We are talking about noise, offensive behavior and profanities, loud patrons smoking-yelling and pissing all over the streets. Most of you don?t care, because you just come here for a few hours a week. It?s long enough to make our lives miserable. Maybe it?s time for home owners and property tax payers to introduce a new law: All bars in residential areas should be closed after midnight on weekends and 10 pm on weekdays, or converted to something else, perhaps coffee shops? It would work for hard working families and kids. Rest of you can take the Light Rail to Hoboken.

Posted on: 2011/1/22 2:13
 Top 


Re: Barrow Street Bar?
#13
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

tommyc_37 wrote:
It seems like the place has been closed for a few nights in a row. Did something happen? Hope they are not closing.

I hope they are closing. Barrow Street Bar is the worst thing that ever happened to beautiful Mercer Street. It?s even worse than the Bubonic Plague and infamous NY yuppie invasion.

Posted on: 2011/1/21 4:50
 Top 


Re: What would you do with the Powerhouse???
#14
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Restore it and open a museum. The building is a piece of history!

Posted on: 2009/6/18 4:51
 Top 


Re: Video shows hit-and-run on Marin
#15
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


The JCPD should pay more attention to speeding drivers. Try crossing Marin Munoz Blvd. and 2nd street in JC or Grove and Mercer. It?s a nightmare. Many drivers wouldn?t stop and let people cross. If police paid more attention (TICKETS) to that issue there would be no problems. If you are on a crosswalk-driver must stop-that?s the law. JCPD please enforce it !

Posted on: 2009/6/18 4:47
 Top 


Re: Loud Bars Must Go!
#16
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

brewster wrote:
Quote:

DragonXJC wrote:
Have any of you been inside "Music Box" or whatever you people call it? We call it Maria's, the owner's name, and I'ma regular. I've never been in any type of "fracas" in all my years of going there, I've introduced so many coworkers to this bar and they love it. I see how some of you are targeting the spanish and black owned bars as the nuisance.

There's alot of exaggerating going on, almost all bars have drunks that spill into the street. Especially up the block, but then again, it's a cop bar. Before you moved to your converted overpriced former crackhouses you knew their were bars in the area. And probably got a discount because of it. A once in a while drunk is just a caveat of living next to a bar.



This is simply disingenuous and self serving nonsense. "Neighborhood bars" serve the neighbors, and they know that people live all around the bar and are considerate. The hoodlooms who patronize this place are not downtown locals, they all have driven there. They act like barbarians every single weekend, screaming, blasting music, and liberally distributing trash and bottles everywhere. I constantly have to pick Corona and Heineken bottles out of my flower beds.

The people who fight tooth and nail against issuing liquor licenses are right, though I didn't see it that way when I first moved here. But then I didn't know there was almost no way for the community to get a license revoked, and that they transfer with the property indefinitely once issued.


Finally, DragonXJC, (does the X mean you no longer even reside here?) when I bought my home that bar was closed, as it had burned. Did someone finally have enough back then and took matters into their own hands?


I totally agree. We had same issues with Barrow Street Bar. I used to live on Mercer and Barrow and I couldn?t stand the place. I had enough of every night noise and bull..t and moved out. Friday and Saturday nights were the worst. My friend still lives there, and says that it?s getting even more miserable. She says that they keep the door open every night (don?t ask why-maybe the cheap owner is saving money on AC), and you can hear the music and stupid loud laughs until 2-3 am. She is considering a serious legal action against this bar. I know that some property owners are getting very impatient and fed up with this business.

I think that bar goers simply don?t get it- they show no respect whatsoever. They come for few hours a day and act like they own the neighborhood. Bar owners know well about the issues and noise complaints, but they don't care. It?s time to take some action. Talking to a business owner would not change anything (especially to a jerk owner). They make lots of $ and this is much more important than some whining neighbors.

Mobilize your neighbors. Send a signed petition to the Mayor?s Office. If this does not help file a lawsuit! Every business can be closed and any license can be revoked! If you pay hefty property taxes or rent every month, you deserve quiet days and nights, especially in a nice residential neighborhood.

Posted on: 2009/6/7 7:31
 Top 


Re: The Village Neighborhood Association - Updates
#17
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

stani wrote:
Quote:

nickie wrote:
Stani- I wish I could attend. I haven't been able to attend a single meeting all semester. I have graduate classes on Tuesday evenings and tonight I have my final exams. Unfortunately, I cannot miss those.


The next Captain's meeting is next Tuesday, April 28.

However, it does seem like the issue with the bars around there needs to be handled through political channels and not just the police. I suggest the neighborhood association invite Steve Fulop to come talk to them about what can be done, and/or someone from the Mayor's Action Bureau.


I totally agree! Please add -BARROW STREET BAR- to your list. The noise level, especially on weekends is unacceptable.

Bars are nothing but trouble for our neighborhoods - besides the noise and parked cars; patrons who have sampled the products served in the bar are difficult to deal with as they depart. If owners cannot control their clientele, noise levels, etc., their licenses should be revoked and doors shut-period!

There are several legal options available. The most important thing is to mobilize your neighbors!
Almost every community prohibits excessive, unnecessary, and unreasonable noise, and police enforce these laws.

Restaurants and Bars

Restaurants and bars which are located in residential areas are a big problem, and many towns have ordinances specifically directed at the noise emanating from these businesses. A typical ordinance requires that restaurants with outdoor seating restrict amplified music to 10 decibels above background sound level in the area, provide that music may be played only from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; bans shops from putting speakers outside, also all doors should be closed.

Parties and Bars

Many towns have ordinances regarding the noise generated by parties, particular towns with large college populations. Such ordinances provide for money penalties, and proscribe hours when excessive noise is not permitted. A typical ordinance prohibits noise from any party or social event that "interferes with the peace or health of members of the public or is audible through walls between units within the same building, from another property or from the street."

General Ordinances

Noise levels in neighborhoods are governed by the town or local government. Nearly every town has a general noise ordinance, which designates "quiet hours" from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. on weekdays, and until 9 a.m. on weekends. To determine what your town?s ordinance is, call your city hall and ask for a copy of the noise ordinance. Many towns also designate decibel levels, and restrict certain decibel levels at all hours of the day. Some towns have ordinances directed specifically at particular noises, like car horns, dogs, lawn mowers, boats, leaf blowers, and whatever other source of noise is a problem in that particular community.

In 2007 the Jersey City Council passed an ordinance to stop outdoor entertainment at 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and at midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
The new proposal limits restaurants and bars to a decibel level of 55 decibels from noon to 10 p.m. and then 45 decibels from 10 p.m. until closing. Sound measurements could be taken either inside or outside the establishment depending on the nature of the complaint.

Send a Letter and the Ordinance

If you want you can send the bar owner a letter, requesting that he stop the noise (in my experience it would not work), and providing him with a copy of your town?s ordinance that he is violating. Send a letter to your councilperson also; let them know about the problem.

Call the Police

If the letter does not work, the next step (I would say the first step) is to have the police issue a summons, or, if permitted in your town, to file a citizens complaint against the business. In either event, the owner will have to appear in court and defend himself against the noise complaint. You will undoubtedly have to appear as a witness. Procedures for filing a citizen?s complaint can be found at your local police department, or your town?s prosecuting attorney?s office.

You should attempt to have the police come when the noise is occurring, so that they can witness the noise for themselves, and they too become a witness. In some towns (like Jersey City) where noise is a particular problem, the police should be equipped with decibel meters, which can provide objective evidence of the level of noise.

Hire a lawyer

In addition to filing a citizen?s complaint, in most jurisdictions you can bring a civil complaint against your neighbor or establishment under the applicable noise ordinance. You can, if you succeed, receive money damages from the business. Notes of every time the noise problem occurred, whom you spoke to, when the police were called, and copies of all correspondence, will all be important parts of your evidence. Mobilize your neighbors!

Posted on: 2009/5/4 3:28
 Top 


Re:Jersey City Reporter article 7/22/06
#18
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

otnemem wrote:
Quote:

alb wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:

You mean: corner of Barrow and Paulmier Place. ... It appears that some of young dealers and gang bangers have recently moved from Wayne Street to that corner.


Congratulations. Sorry the dealers found a place to move to, but just the fact that they were forced to move even a little bit is something.

Maybe if they know the fear of the neighborhood watch people, they'll at least try to keep their operation as low key as possible.

FIll disclosure - ezola has been saying this for a while, and it's completely unfounded. I live almost directly across from that stoop. I walk past it at least twice every single day. During the summer, there were a few Hispanic kids that would hang out there a lot. I've never once seen any drug deals. They just looked like high school kids hanging out. Ezola claims that he's seen switchblades and shit. I'm not sure, maybe ezola is buying drugs there? I'm not sure how else you'd get close enough to seem them pulling out knives.

Furthermore, I've never seen a car pull up there and buy drugs, ever. I see that happen almost any time I drive down Wayne Street.

Anyway, the speculation is pretty much null and void. Since it's started to get colder, there are very rarely kids out on the stoop. Drug dealers don't close for the winter like Rita's. Ezola thinks I'm some sort of bleeding heart liberal because I don't automatically equate young Hispanic kids hanging out on a stoop with drug dealing.


?High school kids hanging around?-you got to be kidding me. You must be crazy or very naive. I just don?t understand why you are defending them so much? Are you buying from them?
You?ve never seen cars pulling up because you don't want to see things like that. You are one of those-I don't care people. Next time I?ll take some pictures, just for you.

If you knew how to read the Street Code, you wouldn?t make a fool out of yourself and argue on this forum. I told you that already; open your eyes and ears and learn about the Latin Kings and Bloods in Jersey City in your neighborhood.

It?s true it?s been quiet lately on Mercer, because they are smart and they know what?s going on. Do me a favor-don?t call me a racist-you don't know me!

Posted on: 2008/12/14 8:23
 Top 


Re: Wayne Street Issues- Some Moved to Mercer St. (Paulmier Pl.) and Barrow St.
#19
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

otnemem wrote:
Quote:

ezola wrote:
Quote:

otnemem wrote:
Quote:

ScarletRogue wrote:
uuhhh...... huh? That block has had problems for years. Spare me the PC speech. You should have been down here 35 years ago.....it was considerably worse.

uuhh..... learn to read quoted text better? I'm talking about Mercer Street ??and that particular stoop on Paulmier Place ? not Wayne. Since I've lived there, I haven't witnessed a single problem.


Oh I'm sorry; you must be blind or deaf then.
You probably pass that house during morning hours; try late nights or 3 in the morning. They bunch of loud disrespectful little criminals. I?ve seen bad fights and terrible cursing on that corner. Some of their friends were carrying weapons. If you like them so much why don?t you move closer to them? It?s not about race, it?s about respect! I would not live there for free. I?m glad that I moved out from that street.

I can't really move much closer. I live right across the street, you illiterate dope. If we're talking about the same stoop, it's on Paulmier Place (north side of Mercer) about three doors from the corner. Yes, there are kids hanging out there all the time. No, I've never seen them carrying weapons. I've never even heard them out at night, and I would from my living room. But perhaps you're old and confusing them with the crowds that congregate outside of Barrow Bar (although I've never had any reason to suspect them of weapon possession).

My guess: you're old, and perhaps a little (or a lot) out of touch.



Why are you defending them so much? Are you buying from them? If those kids seem ?perfectly fine? to you, you must be really doped out. Good kids don?t carry switchblades, good kids work or go to school, good kids respect others, good kids don?t smoke herbs, good kids don?t wear gang colors, good kids are not vulgar, and good kids stay out of trouble. If you knew how to read the Street Code, you wouldn?t make a fool out of yourself and argue on this forum.
You?ve obviously never seen weapons, because you are blind and you don?t want to see them, I told you that already. Your eyes are dilated, and your eardrums are clogged. Educated yourself and walk around your neighborhood, maybe you learn something. Learn about the Latin Kings and Bloods in Jersey City, right there where you live! Another hot-shot newcomer! Go back where you came from.
By the way, if I?m ?old and illiterate dope? you are an inbred moron!
My guess: you are young and confused!

Posted on: 2008/9/7 23:54
 Top 


Re: Buying home in Neptune Ave at Ocean Avenue in Jersey City
#20
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

dgkrishy wrote:
I'm planning to buy a multifamily home in the Neptune Ave / Ocean Ave intersection area and I believe it is south of the so-called high-crime areas in Greenville and a few blocks from the Danforth Ave light rail station. I'm planning to live in one apartment and rent the other. I'm newly married and will be living there with my wife. I'm problem-free and mind my own job. Do you think i can make a safe and decent living in the area? Thanks in advance.


I think you both are very brave or...! Good luck!

Posted on: 2008/9/3 1:53
 Top 


Re:Jersey City Reporter article 7/22/06
#21
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

BrightMoment wrote:
Resized Image

Dimebags and boys on bikes

On Barrow Street, the group noticed the overgrowth of trees blocking out the streetlights.

"Need to call Public Works to get the trees trimmed," said Pam.

Mike then saw a "dime bag," which is a small plastic bag that usually contains $10 worth of illegal drugs.

"Most people at this time of night would just walk by, but I have been trained to look in all directions," said Mike.

Pam also said that a gray apartment building on the corner of Barrow and Mercer streets is where drugs have been sold.

?The Hudson Reporter 2006


You mean: corner of Barrow and Paulmier Place. It's pretty obvious that Paulmier Pl. # 2 is up to something no good. There is a lot of night-gang activity over there. It appears that some of young dealers and gang bangers have recently moved from Wayne Street to that corner. I wonder who owns this house.

Posted on: 2008/8/9 6:48
 Top 


Re: Wayne Street Issues- Some Moved to Mercer St. (Paulmier Pl.) and Barrow St.
#22
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk


Quote:

wayne-st-girl wrote:
Does anyone else have the same issues with their neighbors on Wayne street? I moved to Wayne St about 7 years ago. My 'neighbors' on the corner of Wayne and Jersey used to escort me to my door with suggestions of what they wanted to do to me, and other flattering items. After four years of ignoring them they now call me racist. I have put up with their lewd comments and hoped they would ignore me as well ... unfortunately the harassment continues. The leader of the group recently tried to get physical with me, he was walking towards me on the street and basically tried to ram me out of the way.
I have called the cops (via the non-emergency #) a few times to ask them to 'disperse' the crowds and complained of verbal harassment, there are often 5-8 of them drinking on the corner. The cops of course never come... they clearly aren't interested in being proactive about anything on Wayne Street (in my 7 years of living on Wayne Street I have never seen a cop approach them) I am assuming that I am not their only target and other girls on the block face similar harassment. What can be done about enforcing a no loitering policy on that corner?


I can?t believe this crap has been going on for years.
Every time I?m passing by the corner of Barrow and Wayne I see the same drug dealing faces.
They should be locked up for good. F? life-destroying, property value-lowering sons of b.,.!
I recently have noticed though, that some of young suspicious individuals moved to Barrow St. and Paulmier Pl. (Mercer) corner. It seems when they feel heat, they move from one place to another like flies. I think they are based in Paulmier PL. # 2. Every time I?m passing by this house (evening or night) I see some young, loud and aggressive punks blocking the sidewalk. I don?t know if this is a hangout house or they simply live there. Some of them were quite active on Wayne Street before. I heard that couple nights back there were several color wearing kids playing with knifes. What the hell is going on over there? I'am surprised because that area has improved in last few years. I guess no street is safe these days. Just wait for some bad news from that corner.

Posted on: 2008/8/2 7:20
 Top 



TopTop






Login
Username:

Password:

Remember me



Lost Password?

Register now!



LicenseInformation | AboutUs | PrivacyPolicy | Faq | Contact


JERSEY CITY LIST - News & Reviews - Jersey City, NJ - Copyright 2004 - 2017