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2-3 Bedrooms in Lovely Brownstone next to Barrow Mansion
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APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-3 Bedrooms
1 ? Baths
Apt spans 3 floors in lovely brownstone
main living quarters on 3rd & 4th floor
Next to Barrow Mansion, in historic downtown Jersey City
2 Blocks to Grove Street PATH
$2,700
Available SEPTEMBER 15th
Call 201 451 5107

Posted on: 2020/8/9 19:54
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Bigotry is bigotry. Ignorance is ignorance (and there is no excuse).

History repeats itself.

Protect Trans Kids.

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Posted on: 2017/4/12 21:26
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Ambitious Jersey City Parks Coalition plan is tree-rific!
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Ambitious Jersey City Parks Coalition plan is tree-rific!

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... nounces_plans_to_pla.html

The Jersey City Parks Coalition announced plans today to plant 5,000 trees across the city over the next five years.

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop joined the vice president of the coalition, Mory Thomas, in a press conference at City Hall to announce the "City of Trees" initiative. The city has committed $60,000 for each year of the five-year project. The first phase of the project, in October, will focus on planting in public parks and open spaces.

The mayor said the move is part of the city's continuing effort to increase the sustainability of the city. City of Trees grew out of the the parks coalition's annual "Big Dig" flower and tree planting initiative and the Bigger Dig 2020 project that aims to plant 2020 new trees by the year 2020.

Since taking office in 2013, the Fulop administration says it has invested more than $6 million in park renovations across the city's six wards.

"Growing our tree canopy will not only add to the urban landscape, but will be a significant tool in slowing climate change and making our community more sustainable," the mayor said. "This partnership is just one of the many steps we are taking to be responsible stewards of our city for future generations."

Posted on: 2016/4/23 0:06
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Re: The Filipino Food Boom of Jersey City
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Anthony Bourdain - Parts Unknown
Sunday, April 24 -- Philippines


http://www.cnn.com/shows/anthony-bourdain-parts-unknown

Posted on: 2016/4/20 20:23
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The Filipino Food Boom of Jersey City
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Posted on: 2016/4/20 14:12
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Re: art museum to Journal Square?
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I agree with most of your post.

I agree that a proper postmortem should be done on the old Jersey City Museum first. So much went wrong with the museum... but I chalk much of it to neglect and no funding.

I agree with your "first things first" sentiment about getting proper stripes down the roadway first.

I think that the location is not a problem and probably could be quite fine, given its close proximity to another Jersey City treasure - Mana Contemporary.

Where I disagree is with your assessment of the situation with the Lowes. There are no hero's in this tale. Friends of the Lowes were their own worst enemies. Previous administrations neglected the Lowe's, to the point where it was in danger of being torn down. The current situation is a failure of interested parties to come to reasonable terms. Again, no winners. No hero's. There was a brief window where it could have been properly addressed, but that window appears to have closed. A shame, really.

But, assuming a dependable funding source can be identified and a good plan with excellent management can be assembled, I see no reason why this can't happen.













Posted on: 2016/4/12 23:35
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Re: US/NJ Murder rate at lowest point since the 1950s...but why don't we notice?
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I am in favor of reasonable gun restrictions. However, I think it is useful to look at actual figures, including murders by type of gun.

I did this. I found what I perceive to be a credible source of information: the FBI Uniform Crime Reports.

FBI Uniform Crime

My first impression is that the numbers are lower than I expected. Although we often hear about gun violence, the absolute numbers are telling.

In Alabama, there was ONE gun murder in 2014. I went back and looked at 2013 and the number was ?two.? Surprising. On the other hand, there was no state with zero handgun murders, which is also distressing.

The majority of gun violence is clustered in certain states, with California leading the way in number of handgun murders (753 in 2014).

Although we often hear about the horrors of military style assault weapons, the numbers of deaths via these types of firearms is also relatively low. The biggest category of murder by gun (by far) is handguns.

One problem with solving the gun issue is knowing which part of the problem to address. After looking at these numbers I would forget about trying to restrict assault weapons (for now) and keep the focus squarely on handguns.

Although the Supreme Court ruled on the second amendment, it doesn?t mean they were right (or righteous). The ruling was not unanimous, and there was reasoned dissent. The Constitution was written a long time ago, and we should not fear adjusting it to modern conditions (see: slavery).

Also, let?s dispel this myth that the NRA and the politicians who take their money ?represent? the will of voters. This is pure hogwash. The NRA was highjacked by radicals back in 1979.

Radicals convert NRA

What was previously a fairly sensible, bipartisan group that focused on safety and marksmanship was transformed into a political lobbying group that today wields big power due to money and their ability to scare people.

The only way forward is for all parties to be honest about the facts and what will be needed to reduce gun violence.
One idea I like is using gun taxes to pay for better mental health programs.

Another idea is to regulate the ownership of handguns like we now regulate truck driving licenses. Truck drivers are now required to get a ?physical? from a doctor certifying their fitness to drive. We are not stopping anyone from driving a truck, unless they present a danger (to themselves or others).

Posted on: 2015/10/30 0:06
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Jersey City has second most Ashley Madison accounts in NJ
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Yay for my home town.


Report: With nearly 16k users, Jersey City has second most Ashley Madison accounts in NJ

With 15,823 users, Jersey City has the second most registered Ashley Madison accounts in New Jersey, according to Cinnaminson Patch.


By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Jersey City makes the list behind only Newark, which has 26,965 registered users, according to an analysis of New Jersey accounts registered with the website ? which promotes ?discreet? intimate encounters for married men and woman.

The registration information of thousands of users was released by a group of hackers called ?The Impact Team? last month, prompting Avid Life Media ? the Toronto-based firm that owns Ashley Madison (as well as other dating sites such as Cougar Life and Established Men) ? to offer a $5,000 reward to capture the person(s) involved with the hack (h/t The Washington Times).

Based on the data compiled in the Patch report, here is a breakdown of Hudson County?s Ashley Madison users:

Hudson County Ashley Madison Users

1. Jersey City ? 15,823 (2nd overall)



2. Hoboken ? 6,164 (12th overall)



3. Bayonne ? 3,428 (27th overall)



4. North Bergen ? 2,966 (35th overall)



5. West New York ? 2,470 (45h overall)



6. Kearny ? 2,129 (55th overall)



7. Secaucus ? 1,506 (78th overall)





http://hudsoncountyview.com/report-wi ... y-madison-accounts-in-nj/

Posted on: 2015/8/27 18:12
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Re: Wine Tasting – to benefit Grace Van Vorst Seniors Friday 7 PM
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Right on both counts! The programs at Grace Van Vorst have uniquely served the community for years and have provided services that really matter (and fill a gap that no one else is addressing).

Buy tickets online, and in advance for best price. This Friday will be busy with lots of great events (JC Fridays, Groove on Grove), but please try to fit this in -- even if just for a few rounds - and lend your support to our community.

-M

Quote:

newlafayette wrote:
Save $15 on tickets by buying them online ahead of time. You can come have drinks in between JC Friday stops. The programs at GCS have been helping the community for decades.

Posted on: 2015/6/4 17:42
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Wine Tasting – to benefit Grace Van Vorst Seniors Friday 7 PM
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Wine Tasting ? to benefit Grace Van Vorst Seniors

Annual Wine Tasting Event ? Friday, June 5 at 7:00 PM

This great annual event serves as a primary fundraiser supporting the Grace Community Services? Senior and Breakfast Plus programs. Come join the fun!

Grace Community Services provides vital support for some of the most exposed residents of Jersey City: people who are hungry and our elderly community members. The two main programs are Grace Senior Center for Healthy Living and Breakfast Plus. Both programs are the only ones in downtown Jersey City meeting these ever expanding needs.

Tickets:

$35 in advance
$50 at the door

Insider's tip: you can purchase "advance" tickets online, including ?day of? event.

www.gracecommunityjc.com

In addition to the fabulous wines, there will be hors d'oeuvre's, craft beer, gift basket drawings and live music.

Grace Church Van Vorst
39 Erie Street, between 2nd & 3rd Streets, Jersey City, NJ 07302

GCS?s Breakfast Plus Program

Sat & Sunday 7am-9am

Every Saturday and Sunday GCS volunteers serve a hot, delicious and nutritious breakfast with a generous portion of respect to our guests from all over Jersey City. Everyone who comes hungry to Breakfast Plus, leaves fed in body and spirit. Come share a meal with us!


The Grace Senior Center
for Healthy Living (GSCHL)
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-Noon

Every week-day , year-round, Seniors come together at GSCHL for food , fellowship and fun as they share meals and participate in activities that nurture a healthy mind and body including line dancing, Yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi, creative writing, quilting, arts & crafts and health and wellness workshops and more. Senior Citizens have created an extended family at GSCHL and know when a member is facing particularly difficult challenges, setting off a chain of communication, support and help. Join the community!

To find out more about how to participate in or volunteer for these programs please email office@gracevanvorst.org or call (201) 659-2211.

Posted on: 2015/6/3 21:43
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Re: New Jersey Police Officer Unlawfully Detains Man for Video Recording Traffic Stop
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Yes, I agree and made that point repeatedly ? the cop needs to know the law regarding taping. The cops will learn and will establish procedures (for example, perhaps requesting citizens to "step back" while video taping police performing their duties).

But that does not absolve my fellow citizen from acting like a buffoon. The bigger issue is how the public interacts with the police and relations overall and that cannot be a one way street.

Posted on: 2015/4/27 18:16
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Re: New Jersey Police Officer Unlawfully Detains Man for Video Recording Traffic Stop
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Stupidity all around: first of all, the pedestrian inserted himself into the situation. Maybe he was trying to get a video of ?police brutality? in hopes of glorifying himself. But, it was just a routine traffic stop. And, if you know anything about traffic in Journal Square, then you know that we need MORE stops for traffic violations at this location, not less. Pedestrians are often at great peril due to hazardous driving here.

The officer had every right to speak with the video taker to determine if there was a potential threat. However, when there was no threat ? and let?s face it, this guy is just a ?tool? but not much else ? it would have been better if he simply asked the pedestrian to step back and continued with the traffic stop.

This pedestrian was clearly trying to antagonize the cop, with statements like ?are you going to brutalize me?? And, although the cop kept his cool, again, he was wrong for trying to suppress the videotaping.

Yes, police are simply going to have to get used to the public taking their pictures. And, yes, police misconduct has been front-page news for over a year.

But at some point we are going to have to get back to being civil with each other.

We ask the cops to do a very difficult job. If the cop was not doing anything wrong, why did this guy feel the need to distract him and waste his time? If we are ever going to have good relations between the police and the public, both sides are going to have to take responsibility for being respectful towards each other. Although the cop was wrong for trying to stop the taping, this ?civilians? behavior was anything but civil.

I have no respect for cop ?haters? or haters of any stripe.



Posted on: 2015/4/27 17:44
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Seniors Trip to Gettysburg & Amish Countryside Oct 22-24
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Do you know a senior citizen who may be interested in a trip to Gettysburg? A fun and interesting trip is being planned...




GETTYSBURG & AMISH COUNTRYSIDE

FEATURING

?Moses? at the Sight & Sound Theater*

Guided Tour of Amish Countryside.

*You can choose to skip Moses and have an extended tour of Lancaster and save $20.

2 Days in GETTYSBURG

Gettysburg Museum, Tour of Battlefield,

A new ?Birth of Freedom? film, downtown Gettysburg, Cyclorama Painting, Eisenhower Farm?

3 DAYS ? 2 NIGHTS

OCTOBER 22-24, 2014

$375 Per Person, Double Occupancy

$464 PP, Single Occupancy

$355 PP, Triple Occupancy

$345 PP, Quadruple Occupancy

Package includes 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, a box lunch, 2 dinners, Tips, Motorcoach, Luggage Handling?

Please send deposit of at least $25

Checks should be made out to:

Grace V V Community Service



FOR RESERVATIONS AND FURTHER INFORMATION

CONTACT

Joyce Davison, 201 659 2211(M-F, 8:30 ? 12:30)

gettysburgmoses@gmail.com

Grace Senior Center for Healthy Living

39 Erie Street

Jersey City, NJ 07302

201 659 2211

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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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T O N I G H T !!!!!


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Mouse wrote:
WINE & CRAFT BEER TASTING


The Eighth Annual Wine and Craft Beer Tasting, Friday, May 30th is presented by Grace Community Services and Central Avenue Wines. Featured are wines and craft beers from all around the world.

This not-to-be-missed event is an opportunity not only to taste wonderful wine and craft beer and enjoy live music and hors d?oeuvres, but to support the community outreach efforts of Grace Van Vorst Community Service.

The Tasting takes place in the fabulous sanctuary of Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie St. Jersey City, enter on 2nd St.) on Friday, May 30th, at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 in advance...$35 at the door. Get yours today!

For Tickets:

On Line:http://www.gracevanvorst.org

(On Home Page, click on Wine Tasting)

Central Avenue Liquors

201 792 1500 210 Central Ave


Grace Van Vorst Community Service

201 659 2211 39 Erie St.


The Outreach Programs of Grace Community Service include the weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200 homeless and hungry each weekend, and the daily Grace Seniors for Healthy Living program, which provides a health and wellness program for over 100 Seniors, Monday through Friday.

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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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Bump.

Quote:

Mouse wrote:
Last day to get pre-event pricing:
Wine tasting is tomorrow.


Quote:

Mouse wrote:
WINE & CRAFT BEER TASTING


The Eighth Annual Wine and Craft Beer Tasting, Friday, May 30th is presented by Grace Community Services and Central Avenue Wines. Featured are wines and craft beers from all around the world.

....
The Tasting takes place in the fabulous sanctuary of Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie St. Jersey City, enter on 2nd St.) on Friday, May 30th, at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 in advance...$35 at the door. Get yours today!

For Tickets:

On Line:http://www.gracevanvorst.org

(On Home Page, click on Wine Tasting)

...

The Outreach Programs of Grace Community Service include the weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200 homeless and hungry each weekend, and the daily Grace Seniors for Healthy Living program, which provides a health and wellness program for over 100 Seniors, Monday through Friday.

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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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Last day to get pre-event pricing:
Wine tasting is tomorrow.


Quote:

Mouse wrote:
WINE & CRAFT BEER TASTING


The Eighth Annual Wine and Craft Beer Tasting, Friday, May 30th is presented by Grace Community Services and Central Avenue Wines. Featured are wines and craft beers from all around the world.

....
The Tasting takes place in the fabulous sanctuary of Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie St. Jersey City, enter on 2nd St.) on Friday, May 30th, at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 in advance...$35 at the door. Get yours today!

For Tickets:

On Line:http://www.gracevanvorst.org

(On Home Page, click on Wine Tasting)

...

The Outreach Programs of Grace Community Service include the weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200 homeless and hungry each weekend, and the daily Grace Seniors for Healthy Living program, which provides a health and wellness program for over 100 Seniors, Monday through Friday.

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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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Quote:

scubachris wrote:
I went last year and had a wonderful time. I strongly recommend it to anyone who likes wine, or having a good time.

Posted on: 2014/5/28 2:24
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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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Quote:

scubachris wrote:
I went last year and had a wonderful time. I strongly recommend it to anyone who likes wine, or having a good time.


Ditto

Posted on: 2014/5/9 3:26
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Re: Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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Bump

Quote:

Mouse wrote:
WINE & CRAFT BEER TASTING


The Eighth Annual Wine and Craft Beer Tasting, Friday, May 30th is presented by Grace Community Services and Central Avenue Wines. Featured are wines and craft beers from all around the world.

This not-to-be-missed event is an opportunity not only to taste wonderful wine and craft beer and enjoy live music and hors d?oeuvres, but to support the community outreach efforts of Grace Van Vorst Community Service.

The Tasting takes place in the fabulous sanctuary of Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie St. Jersey City, enter on 2nd St.) on Friday, May 30th, at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 in advance...$35 at the door. Get yours today!

For Tickets:

On Line:http://www.gracevanvorst.org

(On Home Page, click on Wine Tasting)

Central Avenue Liquors

201 792 1500 210 Central Ave


Grace Van Vorst Community Service

201 659 2211 39 Erie St.


The Outreach Programs of Grace Community Service include the weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200 homeless and hungry each weekend, and the daily Grace Seniors for Healthy Living program, which provides a health and wellness program for over 100 Seniors, Monday through Friday.

Posted on: 2014/5/7 18:50
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Wine & Craft Beer Tasting - Friday May 30th, Grace Community Services
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WINE & CRAFT BEER TASTING


The Eighth Annual Wine and Craft Beer Tasting, Friday, May 30th is presented by Grace Community Services and Central Avenue Wines. Featured are wines and craft beers from all around the world.

This not-to-be-missed event is an opportunity not only to taste wonderful wine and craft beer and enjoy live music and hors d?oeuvres, but to support the community outreach efforts of Grace Van Vorst Community Service.

The Tasting takes place in the fabulous sanctuary of Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie St. Jersey City, enter on 2nd St.) on Friday, May 30th, at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 in advance...$35 at the door. Get yours today!

For Tickets:

On Line:http://www.gracevanvorst.org

(On Home Page, click on Wine Tasting)

Central Avenue Liquors

201 792 1500 210 Central Ave


Grace Van Vorst Community Service

201 659 2211 39 Erie St.


The Outreach Programs of Grace Community Service include the weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200 homeless and hungry each weekend, and the daily Grace Seniors for Healthy Living program, which provides a health and wellness program for over 100 Seniors, Monday through Friday.

Posted on: 2014/5/5 20:15
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Quote:

holymoly wrote:
Mr Hamster ,

Mayor Fulop now raised taxes again nearly 8% despite he promised not to go this way.


Nope - that is not accurate. Mayor Fulop did not promise not to raise taxes. What he did say was that Healy was monkeying around with the budget/numbers in front of the election (just like Healy did before the last election).

Quote:

Nobody in Europe is as jealous as people here when somebody has more than them or they are more honest and courage to talk openly about it and don't use any excuse, that's my experience with Europe so far.


I am guessing that you must be joking and trying to pull our collective legs. Countries in Europe are circling the drain -- Spanish unemployment is around 27%, Portugal around 19%. If you don't think class warfare exists in Europe you must be blind. But, I think you are just trying to stir things up.

-M

Posted on: 2013/7/12 3:28
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Re: The futility of gun control
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Several points here (I'm not an expert, but I think "average" citizens should weigh in on topics of interest in their communities):

* There is some validity to the point that it is futile to try and control guns -- there is something like a 300-year supply of guns out there. But, that doesn't mean we should just throw our hands up in the air and allow the bloodshed to continue.

* It is well-known that loose gun regulations in southern states leads to a flow of illegal guns from south to north. This must stop. Wholesaling guns to individuals is a problem. How many guns do you need to buy a month? Some common sense please.

* Plenty of industries are tightly regulated. No reason to allow "private" no-background-check sales of guns at gun shows. This is just plain stupidity.

* Sportsmen should be allowed to have guns.

* All the regulation in the world would not have prevented the Sandy Hook massacre. This occurred because a mother had guns in the home -- legally -- and her mentally unstable son got control of them. What might have helped is education. It doesn't sound like the woman was much of a sportsman, used the guns for practice shooting, or much paid attention. She was just paranoid and the guns were just "laying around." Education that points out that people like her are MORE likely to be shot, not less by having guns in the home may (I say "may) have helped.

* I would like to see less guns in the hands of people in urban areas (that is, I don't believe an "arms race" will help matters). I am ambivalent about how many guns should be available in rural areas (I feel that should be up to the people who live there). But to the extent that the behavior of people in rural areas affects urban areas (my area) with things like loose gun sales, then clearly what happens in one neighborhood affects safety in another.

* Tightening up the sale of bullets may (again "may") help alleviate issues in urban areas.


Posted on: 2013/7/3 3:58
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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IMHO some quality of life issues might be solved by neighborhood groups. If your neighborhood association is not doing enough or is not addressing your concerns, well then form a new one.

In the words of Alfred E. Neuman (I think):

"Ask not what your neighborhood association can do for you; ask what you can do for your neighborhood association."


Posted on: 2013/7/3 3:34
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Re: Increase in homeless and/or drug addicts in DTJC
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There are lots of people with mental health issues in Jersey City. But, getting them to recognize that they need help and getting them to accept help is a major hurdle.

Also, a legacy of abuses in mental hospitals opened the floodgates and now folks who were formerly locked up are now left to fend for themselves in the streets.

There should be a sensible middle ground where we firmly insist that folks get assistance, but also do this in a humane way. But, it is tough to institute such a policy and takes $$.



Posted on: 2013/7/3 3:22
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Re: Why Every New Yorker Should Live in JC
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The author missed the most obvious point -- The Statue of Liberty is in Jersey City !

Posted on: 2013/7/3 3:10
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Re: Jersey City Mayor-elect Fulop names corporation counsel and chief of staff
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Quote:

fat-ass-bike wrote:


Oh no, you can't be serious Fulop - LeFrak a developer to head this committee.


Jeremy Farrell heads the Real Estate/Redevelopment transition team.

Posted on: 2013/6/14 13:58
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Re: WARD B: ESTHER WINTNER or KHEMRAJ "CHICO" RAMCHAL? WHY?
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The first council meeting (in July) will show who is supportive of the idea of moving Jersey City forward and who wants to obstruct, criticize, and stand in the way.

Some people are only "happy" when they are whining, moaning, and complaining. Others are willing to roll up their sleeves and do the actual work.

Does Jersey City have problems and challenges? Undoubtedly. This was years in the making.

Will the people of Jersey City and the new administration work for a better future? You can count on it.

Posted on: 2013/6/12 18:28
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Re: WARD B: ESTHER WINTNER or KHEMRAJ "CHICO" RAMCHAL? WHY?
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By the way, show of hands... how many people commenting on this thread actually LIVE in Ward C?

Posted on: 2013/6/11 3:21
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Re: WARD B: ESTHER WINTNER or KHEMRAJ "CHICO" RAMCHAL? WHY?
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Quote:

SOS wrote:
Say what you will about Chico, but he never ran a school into the ground.


LOL.


Esther Wintner, president of the Cornerstone school board unavailable for comment after running school into the ground, NY Times

Posted on: 2013/6/11 3:20
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Re: WARD B: ESTHER WINTNER or KHEMRAJ "CHICO" RAMCHAL? WHY?
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Speaking of schools. What happened here?

Oh yeah, it was run into the ground. Lemme just see.... hmmm.... who ran the school board?



Esther Wintner, president of the Cornerstone school board unavailable for comment after running school into the ground, NY Times

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