358 Third Street Jersey City, New JerseyHello,
358 Third Street, Corner of Third and Brunswick, they do not have enough trash cans, nor do they choose to put their trash in sacks.
Much of their rubbish is in paper shopping bags, empty amazon boxes, etc. 358 Third Streets rubbish blows all over the sidewalks, has vermin, please send someone over. Thank you.
500 Manila Ave. Jersey City, New JerseyI live in a senior citizen home at 500 Manila Ave. I live on the 1st floor, and my windows face a courtyard that separates my building from the brand new luxury apartment building. The luxury building created for its residents a dog park in the courtyard, and this dog park is right beneath my windows. The dog park is open 24/7, and at nighttime the dogs barking keep myself and my neighbors up.
186 Wayne Street Jersey City, NJ
I'm writing to let know that the traffic conditions in downtown JC today (10/06/2018) was downright unbearable due to the street closures for a parade.
A simple drive from my home (186 Wayne St.) to the Acme grocery store took well over 1 hour and a half.
This level of congestion is not only overly burdensome on motorists, but also poses a grave health issue to anyone needing emergency medial services. It's more that a bit scary to think about someone needing an ambulance in these conditions. This would essentially be a death sentence to someone having a hear attack or any other serious medical condition.
I understand that these parades are enjoyable to some, but there must be a better location to host them. I my opinion, Liberty State Park is a much better venue for such events. Having such events there would almost certainly lessen the traffic impact on downtown Jersey City. Anything better that total gridlock would be preferable and safer for all.
A. Gordon Sooknarine
121 Mercer Street Jersey City, New JerseyFour Low flying helicopters over downtown JC at 5:45 in the morning until 6:30. shakes whole houses. probably new companies. Noise Nuisance and dangerous. Every week.
8 Erie Street Jersey City, New JerseyTalde has jazz musicians on Wednesday 7 - 9p - trumpets and drums - and all of their exterior doors are open, and the musicians are playing in the front of the restaurant. They are doing nothing to contain the noise. Doesn't Jersey City law require them to keep the doors closed? Talde's actions seem to be in violation of some provisions in Ordinance 16.070
8 Erie Street Jersey City, New JerseyTalde has jazz musicians on Wednesday 7 - 10p - trumpets and drums - and all of their exterior doors are open, and the musicians are playing in the front of the restaurant. Talde is doing nothing to contain the noise. Doesn't Jersey City law require them to keep the doors closed? Talde's actions seem to be in violation of some provisions in Ordinance 16.070. This happens every Wednesday evening and it is not right for a citizen to have to close windows on a beautifully mild evening so a nightclub can do whatever they please, whenever they want.
City Hall Jersey City, New JerseyCOMPLAINT about Mayor Fulop.
The proposal to remove the KATYN Monument to suit his developer friend and political backer should be investigated. The total lack of any consultation with the community is an abuse of process and democracy.
Mayor Fulop has brought Jersey City into disrepute with his insulting and offensive tweets about Poles and a respected Polish politician. He was ignorant about a new Polish law and he was oblivious to the FACT that Poland did NOT participate in the Holocaust. His lack of knowledge and discourtesy was revealed to the world bringing SHAME and DISGRACE to Jersey City.
Please process this as a formal COMPLAINT and ideally suspend him from office until an investigation is completed.