JohnCupo*RealEstate
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April 18, 2014
Do not...re-elect Smith... Vote for anyone else but not Mayor Mark Smith. To the 12 or so people who will read this, do not vote Mark Smith. in the debate, I have viewed and heard were twisted facts from Smith. Mayor Mark Smith, who sold the Navy Base for 50% less its value; Or $235,000,000 sales price than its value of $550,000,000 in 2010. The Port Authority base deal 235 acre plus 100 acre under water which will be filled in. No property taxes will ever be paid from the Port Authority which is $4,500,000 per year. The council also approved a resolution to issue a $75 million bond to pay off the BLRA’s remaining debt. (The Jersey Journal on August 14, 2013) more debt added. With a rental income of $5,000.000 million per year a fraction of rented space and lost of other future rental income from the sale. Estimate rent loss for 10 years $400,000,000 million dollars.
SAFER THAN EVER – CarePoint Health is introducing robotic surgery at Christ Hospital in Jersey City.
SAFER THAN EVER – CarePoint Health is introducing robotic surgery at Christ Hospital in Jersey City.
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ROOSEVELT SCHOOL STUDENTS ‘SNEAK’ AROUND… FOR A GREAT CAUSE – The Peer Leadership Group at Theodore Roosevelt School completed a sneaker drive for pediatric cancer awareness and treatment. Students in Ms. Barbarise’s Peer Leadership program and Ms. Boshell’s sixth grade class helped to organize the drive. Anabelle, one of the classmates and a peer leader, appealed to the team for assistance for her 13-year-old cousin Jovan X. Caraballo, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma last year. The school “family” collected almost 200 pairs of sneakers in less than two weeks. The sneakers will be recycled, which will help to fund research for medicines used to fight pediatric cancer. A portion of the proceeds will also go towards Jovan’s medical bills and needs. Peer Leaders (left to right): Samantha, Sophie, Anabelle, Jonathan, Andres, Mateo, Ruby, and Mariah; background Jill Barbarise.
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PLAY BALL! – Mayor Nicholas Sacco, North Bergen commissioners, and other local officials joined hundreds of township children and parents at the annual Little League Parade held on Saturday, April 5 to mark the beginning of a new baseball season.
PLAY BALL! – Mayor Nicholas Sacco, North Bergen commissioners, and other local officials joined hundreds of township children and parents at the annual Little League Parade held on Saturday, April 5 to mark the beginning of a new baseball season.
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