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Re: Controversial Pedestrian Mall Renovation Moves Forward
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why didn't they do this in the winter?

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By every single measure Jersey City Times is a total piece of crap. There are typically numerous typos, the misstate facts and often put things in a false light. I wouldn't be surprised if they get sued no a frequent basis. But I trust since no one give it any weight it falls under the radar.Quote:

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Is JERSEY CITY TIMES a person or a news outlet? Why do they command so much space?

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Is JERSEY CITY TIMES a person or a news outlet? Why do they command so much space?

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Why is it controversial? Cost seems a bit high but other than that it's a no brainer.

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Mayor Steven Fulop’s controversial $6.7 million renovation of the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall moved forward today with an official groundbreaking.

https://jcitytimes.com/controversial-p ... renovation-moves-forward/

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