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Re: Little League Baseball
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Yes they do. My daughter has been playing since the age of Five.

Posted on: 2011/11/9 14:21
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Re: Little League Baseball
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My daughter plays there and has had a great experience for the last five years. I found out that registartion begins this Saturday and every Saturday thereafter excluding holiday weekends from 10 - 11:30 am. They'll also be there on Monday and Wednesday's from 7 - 8:30pm. Sessions take place at the Clemente Clubhouse which is located on their field at Pavonis & Brunswick St. Make sure you bring proof of residency; utility, phone or tax bill etc and childs bith certificate. Hope that helps.

Posted on: 2011/11/9 14:05
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Re: The Rise of Bergen Lafayette
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Lavarro is from the Greenville area Ward A while Viola is from Ward F Bergen Lafayette.

Posted on: 2011/11/9 13:54
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Re: 2 top contenders for Hudson County sheriff next Tuesday have run campaigns based on personal charges
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The Sheriff's Office provides security in the Superior Courts for Judges and participants. They are the responsible law enforcment agency in the transportation of prisioners to and from the Correctional Facility to the Courts. They provide law enforcement action in all the County Parks and County Roads. They enforce all bench warrants issued for an arrest by Superior Court Judges and all auction sales of foreclosed properties in the County. It is a Constitutional Office established by the State of New Jersey. Their job and responsibilities are vastly different than the Municipal PD.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 0:44
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Re: Omar Perez to be appointed Councilman at Large
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With a recall effort to oust him he doesn't need that community up in arms against him.

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La_Verdad wrote:
Truth? Guess he had to cave in to the Puerto Ricans afterall huh?

Posted on: 2010/9/24 12:32
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Re: Omar Perez to be appointed Councilman at Large
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Not to rain on your parade (no pun intended) but he's not our Councilman until the City Council votes for him in and is sworn in.

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justsaying wrote:
The Mayor has selected Omar Perez, his Aide and Former Aide to City Council President Mariano Vega to be Vega's replacement. Here is his bio
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/omar-perez/4/906/275

Introducing your new Council Man!!!
http://yfrog.com/jyomarperezj

Posted on: 2010/9/24 12:29
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Re: Mayor Healy says he's looking for 'best qualified' to replace disgraced councilman
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If he's such a great guy tell us about him. The only thing I've been able to ascertain is that he's Vega's neighbor and Mariano got him the job in the Mayor's Office. I've been in Downtown for 30 years now and no one not even my Latino friends know who this guy is. So please share.

Posted on: 2010/9/23 3:04
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Re: Mayor Healy says he's looking for 'best qualified' to replace disgraced councilman
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Was having a bite to eat at the Hard Grove when we overheard two Hispanic men talking about Healy choosing some guy named Omar Perez. Seems like he's a Healy Aide. I personally never heard of him. Has anyone here? I'm sure like Nonez he'll just be a rubber stamp.

Posted on: 2010/9/23 1:15
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Re: Mariano Vega resigns
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The gall of Healy to want to replace Vega with a guy that's been his underling for the past few years. First off, the Guy (Nunez) ran for Mayor and Council receiving very few votes and being a dual job holder for the last fee years. Oh wait, he fits right in with that crew.

http://www.politickernj.com/jersey-ci ... ilman-vega-resign-end-day

Posted on: 2010/9/13 23:52
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Re: Join Team Vas
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TheBigGuy wrote:
This was Steve Fulop's guy a couple years back for Congress... I believe Vas carried Ward E only

Guess we know why Steve went independent....

This state is just so dirty and corrupt... everyone of the these politician's are dirty... Can't wait to see what happens when Obama' Stimulus Kiss to Hudson County starts pouring in...

The Federal Prosecutor's Office might as well start writing out the indictments; just leave the name blank for indicted and unindicted co-conspirators... Who do you think they will flip first?

The money will disappear faster than what Obama is pouring into the Middle East / Pakistan... Imagine what the Hudson County Pol's could extort if they had nukes?

Just remember... this is all for the children



Yeah you're right that was Fulop's guy. It's ashame the Councilman is such a bad judge of character! Here's a link to additional charges just filed against Vas. Thanks Steve!


http://www.politickernj.com/max/29980/vas-faces-more-state-charges

Posted on: 2009/5/22 13:00
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Re: Political Insider: Healy fundraiser was filled with drama, but was there enough cash?
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jcecker wrote:
Does Councilman Fulop have any comment on the recent arrest of the director of Jersey City pensions,a Healy administration member?

I read a local newspaper account about how this Healy administration official was arrested for drunk driving involving an accident soon after a Healy fund raiser was ending.

The article mentioned "a familiar local government theme".This appeared in the Jersey Journal on
March 7,2009 by Agustin C. Torres.If I am not mistaken the theme the article speaks of IMO is the use of alcohol by some local Jersey City officials and problems that arise afterwards.

Thank goodness no one was hurt when the director of Jersey City pensions was involved in this accident.

As appearing in the article the accident was on Sixth street,it involved a Jersey City director and a arrest for drunk driving soon after a Healy fundraiser.To me this would seem to be a public issue.

This is Ward E right?

Councilman Fulop, I know in the past you have been inclined to comment publicly on different events including those involving Healy administration members.

How do you feel about this incident and in your opinion what do you think is meant by " a familiar local government theme"?

Are things like this if proven to be true a tarnish on Jersey City's image or is the tarnish only limited to the person involved?

I have respected your opinion in the past, thank you for any input you may have.

Does anyone else who is also a candidate for councilperson in Ward E have any comment?


I agree! Councilman let's hear your thoughts on this absurd behavior!

Posted on: 2009/3/12 0:27
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Re: Cops looking into incident that ended with Jersey City mayoral aide in hospital
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My sincerest condolences to the Reilly Family. It's ashame that the poltics in Jersey City are as such that a good Family would lose their devoted Husband & Father to nonsense!

Posted on: 2009/3/2 14:41
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Re: Political Stickers in Jersey City
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Political stickers and posters have been used since for probably well over 60 years (at least) by politicians. I doubt if we're going to see any changes in that system anytime soon!

Posted on: 2009/3/2 14:34
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