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Re: Jersey City Gets a C for Raising a Family, an F for Playgrounds
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This is plain stupid. We have really good play grounds in Jersey City. We have tons of basketball Courts, sprinkler pads, parks for really little kids, medium sized kids, bigger kids, baseball fields, soccer fields, football fields. If this town became any more "family friend" we'd be friggn' Romper Room.

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Re: Jersey City Gets a C for Raising a Family, an F for Playgrounds
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Living in the Heights and being at the playgrounds almost daily with my kid, I wouldn't give them anything close to an 'F'. Perfect? No... but the playgrounds are pretty good.

The biggest issue right now is capacity when the weather is nice. Gentrification has brought a bit of a baby boom. The playground get absolutely packed at times.

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Jersey City Gets a C for Raising a Family, an F for Playgrounds
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A new study by the ever-prolific financial website WalletHub places Jersey City in the middle of the pack as a place to raise a family.

https://jcitytimes.com/jersey-city-get ... ily-an-f-for-playgrounds/

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