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Fire escape repair
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Any recommendations on a contractor to assess and repair an iron fire escape? What type of regular maintenance is required?

Posted on: 2014/9/22 13:23
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Re: Songs about Jersey City and nearby in New Jersey...
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Shorty Warren & His Western Rangers- Jersey Central Special

This fella does a decent version, but the original is awesome-
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pd59Ta4gf6s

Posted on: 2011/3/4 2:59
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Re: Paving Christopher Columbus
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Did anyone ever move that tv from the snowmound on the corner of Jersey? Or did that become part of the new pavement?

Posted on: 2011/3/4 2:52
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Re: Developer prohibits volunteers from cleaning up contested Sixth Street Embankment
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So Hyman thinks he owns the embankment property. But he seems to be shirking his civic duty to maintain a clear sidewalk in front of "his" property. The unshoveled snow has become treacherous ice. Has the city stepped in to fine Hyman and force him to comply with local ordinance and remove the hazard? I just submitted a service request with city hall- will see how that goes.

Posted on: 2011/1/17 15:41
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Re: Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker Proposes Bicycle Tax
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Here's Assemblywoman Tucker's email address: AswTucker@njleg.org

Dear Assemblywoman Tucker,

Your proposal to require people to register their bicycles with the MVC is the stupidest thing I have heard in a long time.

Regards,
Stranger

Posted on: 2011/1/13 3:02
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Re: The Blizzard of '10 Awards
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Hey Hitchcock,
Let's make a deal. I'll give you a state of the art, brand new shovel if you dig a path in front of my house. I am out of state, neglecting my civic responsibilty. Let me know.

Posted on: 2010/12/28 3:29
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Re: Jersey City Brew Club
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Where do y'all get supplies? I hate paying an arm and a leg for shipping.

Posted on: 2010/11/19 0:33
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Re: Van Service
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Anyone know what the cab companies in JC with large fleets are? I need 15 cabs at the same time, on a Saturday eve.

Posted on: 2009/7/30 20:49
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Van Service
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Me and the girl are getting hitched. The party is at Liberty House in LSP, our out-of-towners (about 60 people) are staying at the Hyatt on the waterfront. We just need to get our people from here to there and back again. Anyone have a recommendation that might be slightly cheaper than the $1684.52 quote (all inclusive) the people the hotel referred me to gave? Cars, limos, vans, buses are all fair game- for that short a trip luxury doesn't matter, price does.

Or should we just call 15 cabs?

Posted on: 2009/7/2 1:27
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Re: Where can I find affordable Condos?
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I have two 1.5 BR condos that will be on the market soon. In the Harsimus Cove neighborhood. Both in the low 200s. Send me a private message if interested.

Posted on: 2009/2/18 4:21
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Re: Can anyone in local goverment hold thier drink (Lipski this time)?
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What a disgrace! Getting drunk despite a history of getting drunk and driving on sidewalks, pissing on people, lying about pissing on people, refusing to resign either of his government jobs.

Does anyone here live in Lipski's district? Anyone who doesn't regularly piss on people and lie about it? You've got my support. Any early word on who is planning on running for that seat?

Posted on: 2008/11/14 4:17
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Re: Folding bicycles
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I have a Dahon Speed 7 and love it. You lose a little top end speed, but gain a lot of versatility. Definitely ride before you buy. I'd highly recommend Gotham Bikes on W Broadway in NYC. Buy it there and they'll tune it for life. And it's unfortunately probably the closest bike shop to downtown.

Posted on: 2008/6/4 2:52
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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So I think I'm going to vote for Obama. But I got my sample ballot and noticed that a vote for Obama is a vote for Sandra Cunningham as a delegate. And I am not down with that. Can I vote for Obama as a write in and sleep at night knowing that I didn't actually vote for Ms. Cunningham?

Posted on: 2008/1/31 0:54
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Re: Is it safe for two single women to live in this neighborhood? Please help!
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How about Little India ( around Newark Ave, a couple blocks from Journal Square)? Lots of street life, seems safer than most of downtown. Oh and good Indian food.

If you really plan on driving everywhere Society Hill might work for you- a sleepy gated community off 440, just north of the Bayonne border. Or maybe Bayonne would be a better option for your price range.

I wouldn't live around Communipaw, but lots of people do.

Posted on: 2007/7/12 0:10
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Re: Gunfire on Newark Ave tonight
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Probably related- I was riding home up Newark around midnightish. There were a bunch of cops and civilians gathered outside Jordan's.

Posted on: 2007/5/4 13:47
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Re: OPEN JERSEY AVENUE TO LIBERTY STATE PARK!!
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Whatever we as a city do, let's please improve the existing Jersey Ave. bridge. To paraphrase Lincoln- If we can pave the bike path from downtown to LSP without building an automobile road, I'm in favor of that. If we can improve the bike path by building a road, I'm also in favor of that. And if we can improve bike and pedestrian access, by allowing some cars and not others I'm in favor of that too.

My final straw was riding to work Tuesday and discovering the bridge and ramp flooded over. Carrying a bike through knee deep water: not a great way to start a day.

Posted on: 2007/4/20 17:01
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Re: Mayor Healy Says we don't need more open space
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I can't believe I voted for that lying nitwit.

Acreage should not the the only measure of whether a city has enough park space. Half of LSP is closed to the public because of toxic waste. That doesn't really do anyone any good. Location and access are also important. LSP is not really convenient to any neighborhood by foot.

I've got a great idea- how about taking that abandoned railroad embankment running through the heart of downtown and turning it into a park. What do you think Mayor Healy? Oh, you support it. Great! Now let's see you make it happen.

Posted on: 2007/4/15 16:02
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Re: Steven Fulop - Newark Avenue Update
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What's with the elimination of the hardware store? I like apartments and restaurants as much as the next guy, but we also need hardware stores downtown. Is it about eliminating local business and replacing them with big box? Why is that one store singled out in the concept drawings? Because it's one story? Because it has a bunch of ugly power and light poles out front? Are there really plans to put them underground or is that artistic license?

Posted on: 2006/11/16 3:41
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Re: OPEN JERSEY AVENUE TO LIBERTY STATE PARK!!
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How about making the route a little easier and safer for the people coming from downtown that are using the park- runners, bikers, rollerbladers, pedestrians, etc? Having to travel through a recycling facility on a pitted, gravel strewn, muddy/snowy/icy surface dodging dumptrucks is not exactly a welcoming entrance to the park.

There needs to be a paved, lighted path without truck traffic from the end of Jersey Ave., across the canal to LSP. This shouldn't be that difficult or expensive. Who owns that stretch of gravel anyway? Can the city require improvements or are we at the mercy of a junkyard?

Posted on: 2006/2/18 18:53
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