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« Reply #78 on: 04-13-2015, 09:20am »
NEXT MEETING
Monday, April 13, 7:30 PM

Grace Church, 2nd & Erie Streets; enter through red doors on 2nd Street

With spring finally peeking its head out, this meeting will turn a bit toward neighborhood beautification efforts, as well as a preview of upcoming warm-weather social events later on this year. On the back end, there will be some neighborhood news, including topics such as SID expansion and the MGM redevelopment plan updates.
 
Sponsors
We encourage our neighbors to shop locally, and hope everyone supports these businesses that make living in Harsimus Cove even better. Click on their logos to visit our sponsor's websites.
 
Were pleased to note that Torico Homemade Ice Cream and Barcade have renewed their generous sponsorship of our association this year. Were also happy to announce our new sponsors Dixon Advisory. If you have a neighborhood business and are interested in HCA sponsorship opportunities, please reach out to an HCA Board member.
 
Call to Duty: Cleaning up Harsimus Cove
Dont like trash on your sidewalk or street? Well there have been active discussions about reviving and revitalizing HCAs litter patrol efforts for 2015. We have been looking into teaming up with adjacent neighborhoods like the Village and PAD to conduct a clean-up. However, HCA also wants to hear from you, our members! Do you have a great idea to help with the effort? Please feel free to share it on HCAs Facebook group or come to our meeting and suggest it in person.
 
Chain Stores Ordinance & MGM Redevelopment Plan Amendment Both Pass Planning Board

The Jersey City Planning Board has approved two proposed changes at its April 7th meeting. The first would limit the amount of space in redevelopment plans to be occupied by chain stores to 30 percent. The second would amend the Morgan Grove Marin redevelopment plan to allow for a tower of up to 375 feet to be built on Marin between Bay and First Streets, contingent upon community benefits that include funding for affordable housing, open space in Harsimus Cove and/or improvements in streetscapes in the neighborhood.
 
Downtown SID to Expand
The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District is looking to expand its zone to include a larger portion of Newark Avenue (all the way west to the Turnpike overpass) as well as certain blocks connected in the Village, Van Vorst Park and Harsimus Cove. The Village Neighborhood Association has supported this expansion. In our neighborhood, the proposed expansion is limited to Erie, between Bay and First, and Bay Street, between Erie and Grove.
 
Help the Neighborhood: Join the Development Oversight Committee
HCA is still seeking additional members interested in development and historic preservation issues in as they relate to our neighborhood. All who are interested are encouraged to contact us. We are in particular need professional expertise in areas such as urban planning, architecture, civil engineering, and others in similar professions. Do you or someone you know in Harsimus Cove that have these skills or interests? If so, please inquire with any member of the HCA Board.
 
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« Reply #77 on: 03-09-2015, 11:42am »
March Madness is arriving in Harsimus Cove! From a glance at the weather report, we should finally be emerging from a long cold winter (knock on wood), into a spring where big things will be afoot. Below is a summary of some of the recent news affecting residents of our neighborhood and our city.
 
NEXT MEETING
Monday, March 9, 7:30 PM

Grace Church, 2nd & Erie Streets; enter through red doors on 2nd Street
Featuring: Resident Feedback on Newark Avenue Closure
 
We have a great lineup of guest speakers from the City, who will present a rough draft of their ideas for enhancements to the pedestrian mall piloted last summer through fall. They will also solicit feedback on experiences during the pilot, including your concerns, ideas and feelings about the closure and what can be done to improve it.
 
The focus of this meeting will be on issues pertinent to residentsthose living in Harsimus Cove as well as our neighbors elsewhere in Downtown and beyond.
 
The slate of City speakers is as follows:

    Candice Osborne, Ward E Councilwoman
    Brian Platt, Project Manager
    Daniel Sollitti, Captain, JCPD East District
    Elizabeth Cain, Director, Cultural Affairs
    Mark Redfield, Acting Director, DPW

 
The meeting will be divided into three parts, in the following order:

    City speakers present their draft plan
    HCA poses key resident questions (based on pre-submitted input)
    Open discussion / Q&A session for all attendees

 
Business Feedback on Newark Ave Closure
On March 3rd, the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) hosted a meeting of local business owners, at which the City presented on the Newark Avenue closure. The focus of that meeting was on the issues specific to businesses. However, HCA attended and observed a diversity of viewpoints presented (both pro and con), ranging from concerns over deliveries, drop-offs and parking, to support for and ideas for improving the plaza as an amenity. We look forward to further engaging with the businesses in our community.
 
Harsimus Cemetery Goats Tragedy
As many may know, the Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery (on Newark Avenue, on the hill leading from Downtown to Journal Square) has employed an all-volunteer team of goats to clear invasive weeds on the cemetery hill over the past few years. Tragically, HCA has learned through social media that a February 20th barn fire in upstate New York has claimed the lives of about 100 of these animals (including 15 newborns). Though the individual goats themselves are irreplaceable and will be missed, campaigns have been created to help offset the impact and begin the healing process.
 
Harsimus Cemetery has started a Bring Back the Kids campaign with a goal of raising $10,000 to adopt new goats and help the farm upstate. The hope is that this will allow the goats to return to Harsimus Cemetery when warm weather arrives to bring eco-friendly and cost-efficient maintenance back to its grounds and joy to its visitors.
 
Barcade will also be hosting a Bock Beer Night, dubbed The Kids Are Alright! on April 1st to lend additional support for this cause. HCA plans to provide more details on this event via social media as they become known to us.
 
Finally, there is a GoFundMe campaign set up by the family that owns the upstate farm that sustained the damage. The goal of that campaign is $150,000 and the money would go to house the new group of furry visitors.
 
Help the Neighborhood: Join the Development Oversight Committee
HCA is still seeking additional members interested in development and historic preservation issues in as they relate to our neighborhood. All who are interested are encouraged to contact us. We are in particular need professional expertise in areas such as urban planning, architecture, civil engineering, and others in similar professions. Do you or someone you know in Harsimus Cove that have these skills or interests? If so, please inquire with any member of the HCA Board.
 
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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #76 on: 02-09-2015, 07:07am »
Winters freeze is upon Harsimus Cove, but there is still a flurry of activity for residents to be aware of. Together we will plow through the issues that have accumulated over the last few months, in order to ensure that we avoid snow jobs and clear a path to the best neighborhood possible. Dont be left out in the coldfind out whats going on in your community and have a say!

NEXT MEETING
Monday, February 9 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Grace Church Van Vorst
2nd & Erie Streets; enter through red doors on 2nd Street

Featured guests speakers are: Rob Crow, the President of Village Neighborhood Association (VNA) and the Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations (DCNA), who will discuss these organizations and the important relationship that they have to Harsimus Cove; and Dina McAfee and Laura Fant of Jersey City Ties who will speak about the social and community service goals of the organization as well as upcoming volunteer opportunities that may be of interest to Harsimus Cove residents.

Alfonso Carrino of the newly opened Carrino Provisions (8 Erie Street) has also asked to make an announcement / presentation.

The remainder of the agenda will include a discussion on what the community give-back related to the 351 Marin project will be, along with updates on the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall, a DCNA meeting with the city discussing parking solutions downtown, and several other items.

Liberty State Park
Over the opposition of multiple environmental and community groups, including Harsimus Cove Association, Governor Christie has signed a bill proposed by NJ Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (Secaucus) and NJ State Senator Paul Sarno (Wood-ridge). The law gives the newly created Meadowlands Regional Commission involvement in plan review for Liberty State Park. At present, ambiguities in its language make it unclear how much power the commission would have. Community groups are concerned that the current language leaves the door open to a broad interpretation that could to allow the commission to supplant the State Department of Environmental Protection, which now controls oversight of the park, and open the way for privatization. They are advocating that the bill be amended, and the offending language either be removed or at least changed to clearly rule out this possibility.
In case you are interested, the phone number for Assembly Speaker Prietos office is (201) 770-1303.
 
Issue Reporting: Resident Response Center
HCA encourages members reporting one-off non-emergency issues (e.g., uncollected trash/recycling, snow removal issues) to the City via the Resident Response Center (RRC) and loop us in after-the-fact if there are issues with responsiveness. Online, you can use this link or you can call (201) 547-4900 Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. The RRC not only routes your request to appropriate place within the city government and autonomous agency structure, it also provides a ticket number so it is documented and can be tracked. For those who utilize the HCA Facebook Group, it gets even better because you will have a ticket number to include in posts of recurring or unresolved issues, which will help HCA advocate for you if the need escalate them arises.

Public Meetings on Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall
Two (2) meetings for public feedback on the pedestrian mall are planned for approximately a month from now. The first is on Tuesday, March 3 at 6:00 PM in the Caucus Room at City Hall, and is targeted more toward gathering feedback from the business community. The second meeting will be hosted by Harsimus Cove Association, and it will be the centerpiece of our general meeting on Monday, March 9 at 7:30 PM at Grace Church. It will focus on the experiences, thoughts, ideas and concerns of residents of Harsimus Cove and of Downtown Jersey City as a whole with respect to the Newark Avenue closure last summer and fall.

Help the Neighborhood: Join the Development Oversight Committee
HCA is still seeking additional members interested in development and historic preservation issues in as they relate to our neighborhood. All who are interested are encouraged to contact us. We are in particular need of professional expertise in areas such as urban planning, architecture, civil engineering, and others in similar professions. Do you or someone you know in Harsimus Cove that have these skills or interests? If so, please inquire with any member of the HCA Board.
 
Join the Conversation on Social Media
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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #75 on: 01-10-2015, 10:35am »
Join us this Monday night, January 12 at 7:30 pm at Grace Church Van Vorst for our first general meeting of 2015.

The agenda is as follows:

INTRODUCTION
Introduction of 2015 HCA Board
Introductions for new members
A word about membership (from VP of Membership)

HOUSEKEEPING
Goals & vision for 2015
Development Committee seeking interested members (esp. architects, urban planners, engineers, designers, etc.)
Sponsorship drive & t-shirts (a word from the Treasurer)
Member announcements & suggestions for additional agenda items

NEWS & NEW BUSINESS
Crosswalk painting at 1st & Erie! (November)
Liberty State Park HCA emergency position
PATH reform veto & proposal to cut service
Front yard parking & parking committee proposed by Councilman Ramchal (Ward B); DCNA and other groups opposed
ShopRite area redevelopment plan
Application for spot expansion of Restaurant Row overlay to include Erie & Pavonia (Hamilton Park)

ONGOING BUSINESS
Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall
Developments in development in Harsimus Cove (focus on blocks in MGM redevelopment plan, Newark Avenue next to Skinners)
Litter Patrol: An opportunity to partner with VNA
Traffic calming goals (optional)

MEMBER-SUGGESTED ADDITIONAL ITEMS
If applicable

UPCOMING EVENTS
JCPD East District Captains Meeting Tuesday, January 27, 7pm at M.S. 4

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #74 on: 09-08-2014, 10:31am »
Join us tonight, September 8th at 7:30pm at Grace Church Van Vorst for our September general meeting.  Agenda topics are as follows:

Guest Speaker: Junior Maldonado
Former Ward E Councilman and current Hudson Freeholder Junior Maldonado will be our guest speaker to tell us about his initiatives and take questions.

Newark Avenue Plaza Pilot
We'll be dedicating a large portion of the meeting to discuss how the pilot is going -- what's going well, and what isn't and, most importantly, ideas for how to improve the experience on the plaza.

We'll have Captain Daniel Sollitti, Candice Osborne's aide Lauren Barbagallo and a representative from the Fulop administration to hear our feedback.

Some key points of discussion:

1. Street closures/Erie Street STOP painting
2. Rules for restaurants' outdoor seating
3. Amenities (bike racks, pingpong, etc)
4. Deliveries for residents/businesses
5. Handicap access
6. Signage for rules (no bicycles, etc)

351 Marin Development
We will discuss the proposed high-rise develop to front Marin between Bay and First Streets.

MGM Redevelopment Plan
The City of Jersey City Department of Buildings has proposed some amendments to the MGM Redevelopment Plan which affects the blocks between Morgan, Grove, Marin and First Street.  More details here.

Board Elections
Our board elections are during our November meeting.  We have a number of open board positions including at least one At-Large seat and the VP of Communications. If you are interested in serving Harsimus Cove to make it even better, please get in touch by filling out this form.

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #73 on: 07-09-2014, 07:25am »
July's General Meeting will be held this Monday, July 14 at 7:30 PM at Grace Church Van Vorst (2nd & Erie, enter on 2nd).

The agenda:

Guest Speakers

- JCPD Captain Daniel Sollitti, East District Precinct
- County Freeholder Junior Maldonado

351 Marin Boulevard

The developer is seeking to build on this lot, near where the Silvermans are seeking to build. The plans now seek a building about 30 stories tall, though the height is set back into the building. This lot is within the borders of the Morgan-Grove-Marin redevelopment plan. The developer has been invited to our July meeting to discuss his plan. Part of this plan may include a permanent community giveback.

218 Bay Street

This developer is seeking additional height variance, citing the ecologically friendly aspects of the construction as a rationale to allow for the height.

Stop Sign at First and Erie

The saga continues. This past week, after a direct plea to Mayor Fulop, the Mayor asked DPW Director Mike Razzoli to get appropriate street paint painting done as soon as possible. Theres no word yet on how soon that will be, however.

Newark Avenue Mall

The pedestrian mall is on hold for the present.
At the most recent City Council meeting HCA President Eric Fleming and Board member Jeremy Jacobsen spoke in favor of the ordinance for a trial program to create a pedestrian mall on the easternmost end of Newark Avenue, citing that the main issues brought up by the constituents of the HCA were addressed in this version of the ordinance by banning amplified music and curtailing the hours that the chairs and tables would be out, to discourage noise.

However, several businesses and several people from outside the community came out to speak against the ordinance, citing that it could make it difficult for the infirm and disabled to get to their businesses and to nearby establishments. The main proponent of the ordinance, Councilperson Candice Osborne, was not in attendance as her son was graduating that day, so the council opted to table the ordinance.

The tabling was unnecessary. The ordinance has the ability to be adapted during the trial to address issues as they come up and worst case scenario, this is a trial of only a few months, so it will end completely even if changes arent made for whatever reason. Further, the current ordinance includes handicapped parking to accommodate those individuals. Further still, the city is required to meet with the community on two occasions during the trial period.

Osborne plans to get this back up for a vote as soon as possible. The HCA will formally vote on the ordinance at the next general meeting. So, please come out to vote on this at our next meeting. If our members vote in favor of the ordinance, we would strongly encourage you to come out and speak at the appropriate City Council so that our voice is heard on the subject.

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #72 on: 06-09-2014, 07:21am »
Monday, June 9, 2014 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Grace Church Van Vorst
39 Erie Street @ 2nd Street
Enter through the red doors on 2nd Street

GUEST SPEAKER

Our guest speaker is Gabriel Ristorucci from the Environmental Commission.  We will be discussing ideas and questions that came up in this discussion (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154110376110313&set=gm.10152178952629389&type=1) in our Facebook group pertaining to the preservation of mature sidewalk trees as well as hearing about Environmental Commission initiatives in general.

AGENDA

1. Newark Avenue pedestrian mall update
2. Stop (First & Erie) sign update
3. Ambulance contract – City is calling for a "do over" on bidding)
4. Villa Bourinquen – Tenant association now has a board!
5. Sidewalk replacement on Manila (between 1st & 2nd)

All are welcome, please invite your neighbors.
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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting TONIGHT
« Reply #71 on: 05-12-2014, 11:35am »
Meeting TONIGHT! Monday, May 12, 7:30 pm
Grace Church Van Vorst
39 Erie Street (entrance on Second Street)
Free and Open to the Public

Our May general meeting will feature Jersey City: Soft Focus, a film which, using stills, film clips, and inimitable Jersey City voices, narrates the history of the area from the time glaciers covered the Palisades through the 1970s and the city's post-industrial decline. The ties of the City's fortunes to the rise and fall of the railroads are featured, as is the colorful leader Mayor Frank Hague, who left his mark on the City's politics and institutions for decades. Some contributors to the film foresee the importance that individuals who witnessed the City's decline will have in its reclamation in the decades to follow.
 
Vance Stevens, a professor at Jersey City State College (now New Jersey City University)  began creating the film in the 1970s. Students, Jersey City Museum staff, the Jersey City historian J. Owen Grundy, and others collaborated on this film. Mr. Stevens and some of the contributors will be present to answer questions from the audience.
 
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Co-sponsored by the Embankment Preservation Coalition.
 
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A Walk Along the Embankment
What better way to deepen your appreciation for our Downtown than walking along the Embankment and nearby alleys and streets with guides who can fill you in on the area's history and envision the future of the Embankment with you?
 
Rick James, author of the Embankment Nomination to the State and National Registers of Historic Places, and Stephen Gucciardo, Embankment Preservation Coalition president, will be your tour leaders. Join the Coalition for a look back and a look forward.
 
Saturday, May 17th, 11:00 am
Space is limited; please reserve: info@embankment.org
Suggested Donation: $10
You will be notified of the meeting place when you reserve.

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #70 on: 04-14-2014, 07:18pm »
I hope this post gives Toilet baby enough notice.



The next general meeting will be held at Grace Church Van Vorst on the second Monday of the month, this coming Monday, April 14th, at 7:30pm. Our guest speaker will be Mike Razzoli, Director of the Department of Public Works or someone from his office to discuss the Newark Avenue closing. Yvonne Garlin, from Doors of Hope, has also been invited to speak.

Newark Avenue Closing?
There is an ordinance set to go before City Council to turn Newark Avenue from Grove Street to Barrow Street and a small portion of Erie Street into a pedestrian plaza and then redirect the surrounding streets around these closures. This is set to be a pilot program, lasting one year.  This will be before City Council on April 23rd. If you want to speak on the subject, get on the speakers list by calling the city clerk's office at (201) 547-5150. The second reading will be May 14th.

But theres a bigger issue:  Our board was only informed of this LAST week.

Apparently the city reached out the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District, but not the HCA, the very organization the represents the people who live in the area that will be affected by this closure. Whether or not this idea has merit belies the underlying problem: The city is not involving its citizens in plans that directly affect them. This is wholly unacceptable. The HCA should not have to scramble around to inform its constituents and reach a decision on a given issue. This seems reminiscent of the plan to replace the JCMC with McCabe for EMS services for the city. (The HCA came out in favor of having the JCMC continue as the provider).
 
Litter Patrol Returns
Our corps of volunteers who help clean up the streets of our Harsimus Cove will be back on Saturday, April 12 (9:30 11am) and are looking to add some new faces to their ranks. Come on out to Jersey Avenue and 6th Street.  The patrol will then work their way south to 1st Street.

Litter Patrol meets every two weeks, usually on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11am, weather permitting. But wait! This year, for the first time, you get to decide the location and time. Want the Litter Patrol to help you and your neighbors clean your street? Prefer Sunday mornings instead? Let us know a few days before the Patrol on the Facebook group page, on Twitter or by email. We'll help get the word out to ensure a big turnout.
 
Pulaski Skyway Closes
The Skyway closure, which is set to last two years, begins this Saturday. The city has been given a budget to handle extra police to handle the traffic congestion than may result from it. If you see a problem, let us know so we can inform the city and hopefully get it resolved.
 
Villa Borinquen Residents Organizing
As a result of several ongoing issues the tenants have been having with the management of the Villa Borinquen, the residents of this community are working to form a tenants association to provide a more salient voice for its residents. The HCA will hear some of the issues that have arisen at our next meeting.
 
8 Erie Walkway
After nearly a year of wrangling with the city, the HCA was able to get the fencing that blocked the sidewalk moved back several feet, allowing pedestrians a safer means of walking on Erie Street. The project is expected to be completed in June, so neighbors will get a month or two more of use of this narrow walkway before we get the entire sidewalk back. Special thanks to Stephen Musgrave and Jeremy Jacobson for being so vigilant on this safety issue.
 
PS37/Cordero School Annex
Since the HCA became aware of the pre-K school issue due to the verbal fireworks at our March meeting, the Board has taken steps to get up to speed on the many facets of this important issue.
A little background: In the neighboring Hamilton Park area, there is a largely vacant 24-classroom school building that formerly housed the Golden Door Charter School. The Board of Education has been using four of these classrooms for pre-K classes as part of an arrangement with the previous administration. With Mayor Fulops election, it has been an open question what the fate of the Cordero annex building will be. The school is zoned for both Hamilton Park and Harsimus Cove resident children.

If a new arrangement cannot be reached between the City and the BOE, then resident pre-K children will have to be bussed across the city to another school, likely in Ward B. There is a lot of history and details to this situation, and I wont go into them all here.  Heres what the board has done:  We met with BOE president Sangeeta Ranade and then attended a meeting with Deputy Mayor Vivian Brady-Philips to hear both sides. After hearing both sides, as well as the position of our bordering Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association, we would like the BOE and the City to negotiate a way to use the 4 classrooms at the Annex this year with a long-term plan to lease the entire building going forward. We laid this out in an email just a few days ago. A special thanks to Ward E Councilperson Candice Osborne for scheduling the meeting with the City on this important subject.

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HCA General Meeting for March Featuring Mayor Steven Fulop
« Reply #68 on: 03-05-2014, 03:23pm »
Harsimus Cove Association General Meeting for March Featuring Mayor Steven Fulop
Monday, March 10, 2014 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm


In conjunction with the Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations, we welcome Mayor Steven Fulop as our guest speaker for our March general meeting.  We are taking questions for the Mayor in advance of our meeting. Please fill out this form to submit your question.

Grace Church Van Vorst
39 Erie Street @ 2nd Street
Enter through the red doors on 2nd Street

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #67 on: 01-13-2014, 06:28pm »
Join us on Monday, January 13 at 7:30 PM at Grace Church Van Vorst for our first meeting of 2014! Our guest speaker is Mary Spinello, CEO of the Jersey City Parking Authority (JCPA). She will give a presentation and answer your questions about parking and parking enforcement.

All are welcome, please invite your neighbors.

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« Reply #66 on: 07-08-2013, 09:13am »
MEETING TONIGHT!

Monday, July 8 @ 7:30 PM, Grace Church Van Vorst, 2nd & Erie, enter through the red door on 2nd Street.

Candice Osborne, our new Ward E Councilwoman, will be our guest speaker. She'll be sharing her vision and her perspective on our ongoing issues and take questions.

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« Reply #65 on: 04-08-2013, 05:19pm »
MEETING TONIGHT!

Monday, April 8th 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM Grace Church Van Vorst 2nd & Erie, enter through red doors on 2nd St.

We're pleased to announce our Pots & Pits Initiative to encourage the "greening" of Harsimus Cove. Working with the City as well as our new sponsor Downtown Hardware, the HCA's tree experts will to help you pick the right tree for your sidewalk tree pit. We can also advise you on the best plants and containers for your stoop or front yard. In the near future we hope to offer discounts on gardening supplies at local merchants.

Also on the agenda:

- Litter Patrol
- Morgan/Grove/Marin redevelopment plan amendment update
- Fifth Street Cellular Antenna update
- Election news

Sign up for our email newsletter to get get announcements from the Harsimus Cove Association: http://www.harsimuscove.org/newsletter-signup


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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting TONIGHT
« Reply #64 on: 03-11-2013, 09:28am »
Email from the HCA:



You've probably noticed that a new housing boom has started in Jersey City.  There's the project at 8 Erie by Brunelleschi, the project on First Street by Pronti, two projects on Third Street, the old funeral home on Jersey Avenue is being converted to condos, the Saint Boniface project is creeping along and there is also the proposed boutique hotel on Bay Street by GothamWest.  But wait, there's more. Ready on.
 
Next Meeting

Monday, March 11
7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Grace Church Van Vorst
2nd & Erie, enter through red doors on 2nd St
 
Guest Speaker:  SILVERMAN

SILVERMAN will be presenting their plans for a new residential development on Marin Blvd between Morgan and Bay.  The building will have approximately 350 apartments and will be approximately 38 stories.  There will be a presentation and an opportunity to ask questions.
 
Agenda

Pulaski Skyway Closure
Changes to Morgan/Grove/Marin Redevelopment Plan
Manila sidewalk report
Grove PATH Station Plaza Bike Racks
Construction report
 
SeeClickFix Annual Report

At our general member meeting on February 11, we presented our first annual report about HCA's usage of SeeClickFix.com to report and manage quality of life issues in Harsimus Cove.  Read the report which has been posted to our website.

Not using the app yet?  Download it here and help us help the City find quality of life issues for faster resolution.
 
Public Trash Cans Filled With Household Garbage

Last month we promised that we were going to put signs on trash cans within the month.  It hasn't happened yet, as other, more pressing topics pushed it to the back burner.  But we'll get to in the coming weeks.
 
Future of 'All About Downtown' Festival in Jeopardy

The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District has sent out a call for donations to keep the popular and highly successful Newark Avenue street fair viable.
 
"We need your help to keep this event alive! In 2010 our matching UEZ funds were frozen leaving us to fend for ourselves.  With our amazing sponsors, we have been able to continue our events. However, our All About Downtown Street Fair is our most expensive and largest endeavor. We need any help that any one can give us to keep this event alive and keep our Downtown thriving!"

You can pitch in here!

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« Reply #63 on: 01-14-2013, 07:42pm »
NEXT MEETING

Monday, January 14 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM Grace Church Van Vorst 2nd & Erie, enter through red doors on 2nd St

Guest Speaker: Miriam Gonzalez, Garden State Episcopal CDC

The big relief effort after Superstorm Sandy is over and the holiday season has passed. But truth be told, those in need continue to need our help. The weather is cold and social service organizations who normally struggle to get through the winter season are having an even more difficult time this year due to the new ranks of those asking for help due to Sandy. Miriam is going to help us identify who needs help and what kind of help they need so we can put our resources to work most effectively.

Agenda

Vote to approve James Fant for Treasurer board position
Discussion of boutique hotel proposal on Newark Ave that backs-up to Bay Street
New and improved Facebook Group
Report on the the state of Grove PATH Plaza Street safety (see below for featured content)

Street Safety: Making Harsimus Cove a Better Place to Walk, Ride, Drive, Live

The Pulaski Skyway is going to be closed to inbound traffic for two years. You thought the notorious "Holland Tunnel Shortcut" was bad now? It's going to get worse as more people use the Turnpike extension, see the massive backup, get off on Christopher Columbus and weave their way through our neighborhood to get to the Holland Tunnel. Come to the meeting to discuss ideas on how we can cope with it.

Ever walk on the stretch of sidewalk on Manila between First and Second on the east side of the street? Well don't. Because it's dangerous! Many people have been injured over the years due to the uplifting concrete caused by the shallow roots of the trees on that block, which has gotten worse over time by neglect. There has been a question of whether these repairs fall under the domain of the City of Jersey City or the property owners who have property abutting the sidewalk. After a lot of conversation and exploration with the City, we've decided that the next course of action is to formally ask the City to repair the sidewalk. Come to the meeting to hear more about about our approach.

We're Getting Bike Lanes! Plans for a city-wide bike lanes were revealed in a press conference held by Mayor Healy in December. The City's plans will eventually implement over 35 miles of bike lanes and 20 miles of shared lanes, or "sharrows." And yes, Harsimus Cove is getting some.

> Read our announcement and view the map on the HCA website

We've been trying to get a handle on the number of accidents that have occurring at intersections in Harsimus Cove. We worked with Police Officer Stephen Palomba at JCPD to get us some numbers. P.O. Palomba complied data from September through December 15 (14 weeks) for Jersey Ave between 1st and 4th.

11/30-3rd & Jersey, 2 cars
11/6-2nd & Jersey, 2 cars
10/13-2nd & Jersey, 2 cars
10/11-1st & Jersey, 2 cars
10/9-1st & Jersey, 2 cars
10/7-4th & Jersey, 2 cars
9/30-1st & Jersey, 3 cars

That comes to 7 accidents in 14 weeks in 4 intersections. There were no accidents involving pedestrians during this period. Note that these are only the reported accidents. And also keep in mind that this was during Superstorm Sandy when there were many days when there was little to no traffic in addition to a curfew. We will discuss these statistics at our meeting and they will be used in the Harsimus Cove intersection survey that we will be conducting and submitting in the first half of 2013. If you are interested in participating in that survey, please let us know!
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General Meeting TONIGHT, October 8th at 7:30 Featuring Guest Speaker Dr Marcia Lyles

Just a reminder about tonight's meeting featuring guest speaker Dr. Marcia Lyles, the newly-hired Jersey City Schools Superintendent.  Our meeting will begin at its regular time, 7:30pm.  We will have an abbreviated agenda so that we have plenty of time for our guest, who will begin speaking at 8:00.  We've invited DCNA members to join us for the guest speaker portion of the meeting.  The event will be a wonderful opportunity for the community to learn more about Dr. Lyles and her plans for Jersey City schools.  Please invite your friends and neighbors.  

See you tonight at 7:30 at Grace Church Van Vorst located at 2nd & Erie.  Enter through the red doors on Erie.
 
About Dr. Marcia Lyles
Prior to joining the Jersey City school system, Dr. Lyles served as Superintendent of the Christina School District, the largest school district in Delaware, serving the Newark/Wilmington area.  Major initiatives during her time there included opening the first Early Education Center, implementing universal Full Day Kindergarten, opening the first public Montessori school in Delaware, and development of the Community School model in targeted schools.
 
Before that, Dr. Lyles served over 30 years in the New York City school system, first as a high school English teacher, than as an assistant principal, principal, deputy superintendent, Community Superintendent, and Regional Superintendent.  She was also the founding CEO of the Community Learning Support Organization.  Her last position in NYC was Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning in the New York City Department of Education.  In addition, Dr. Lyles has served as consultant for various organizations and as an adjunct for several colleges including UCLA, the City University of New York, Bank Street College, and New York University.
 
Dr. Lyles received her Ed.D in Educational Administration from Teachers College at Columbia University.

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« Reply #61 on: 09-10-2012, 07:25pm »
Harsimus Cove Association Gneral Meeting for September

Our next meeting is this Monday, September 10 at 7:30 PM at Grace Church Van Vorst (Erie St & 2nd St). 

As we head into fall, we need to start thinking about board elections in November.  Do you have an interested in serving as as board member?  Want to head up an initiative to improve the quality of life in Harsimus Cove?  Come to the meeting to learn more about the process as well as the roles and responsibilities of the open positions on the board.

Our guest speaker this month is William 'BJ' Schulte, Vice Chair on the Jersey City Environmental Commission. In addition to serving on the commission, BJ is a staff attorney at the Eastern Environmental Law Center (EELC) and represented NO Gas Pipeline until recently, helping them file for intervenor status in the fight against the Spectra pipeline.  He will discuss the Environmental Commission's mission, their initiatives both past and present and take any questions that you may have.

The 3rd annual Halloween "Afternoon of Fright" block party will be held on Sunday, October 28, and will feature activities for the kids including a band and treats provided by volunteers.  More details to come.  At this point the organizing committee is looking for volunteers, especially those who can lend a hand the day of the event.  If you are interested in getting involved, come to the meeting for more information and/or send an email to Leda Duif, our board member heading up the effort.

The rest of the agenda:

    Traffic calming:  Our ongoing initiative is moving forward and a meeting is scheduled with the City to discuss speeding and parking issues.  Also, be sure you complete the Jersey City Complete Streets Alliance survey!
    5th Street gunpoint robbery:  No update from JCPD as of this moment, but hoping that we have something to report Monday night.
    NO Gas Pipeline update:  See nogaspipeline.org for details on the very important gala and art show next weekend, Sunday, September 16, 4-8 PM.
    Embankment Preservation Coalition update:  An update on progress and announcement of their benefit concert on October 14, 4-6 PM.
    Graffiti audit:  A comprehensive survey of graffiti in Harsimus Cove was conducted a week ago and the report is being prepared this weekend.
    Manila sidewalk:  We will report on our progress in getting this dangerous sidewalk between 1st and 2nd on the east side repaired or replaced.
    Litter Patrol:  We will announce the next patrol route.
    Barcade door prize!  That's reason enough to attend the meeting!


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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #60 on: 07-10-2012, 09:43am »
In case you missed last night's monthly meeting at Grace Church, two $25 Park & Sixth gift certificates were raffled off as door prizes.  See below for agenda and other important news about Harsimus Cove.

Monday, July 9, 7:30 PM
Grace Church Van Vorst
Corner of 2nd & Erie Streets

(enter through the red door on Erie Street)

Agenda

    GUEST SPEAKER:  Councilman Steven Fulop
    HCA T-shirts
    Grove PATH Plaza maintenance update (movable furniture, bike racks)
    Traffic easing / intersection improvement project update
    Embankment update
    NO Gas Pipeline update
    Litter Patrol update
    "Manila Sidewalk" (between 1st & 2nd, east side) update
    Graffiti audit update

Guest Speaker
Councilman Steven Fulop will share information about current city initiatives affecting Downtown JC, and will take questions on any issues or concerns you may have.
 
HCA T-shirts!
Show your neighborhood pride!  We are now taking pre-orders on Harsimus Cove Association t-shirts.  The shirts are $15 each, and payment will be collected upon delivery to you in Harsimus Cove.  All we need to know right now is what cut and size you want!

The shirts feature the HCA logo in black on ash grey American Apparel 100% cotton shirts.  Available in Men's S-XXXL and Women's S-XL.
$15 each.  Checks to be payable to "Harsimus Cove Association".
Pre-ordering ends at midnight on Wednesday, July 11th.  You can order now online and also at the meeting on Monday night.

We will let you know by email when the t-shirts are in.  You may then pick up your order at the September general meeting, we can hand deliver within Harsimus Cove, or you can make arrangements for pick-up.

Litter Patrol
Our next Litter Patrol is Saturday, July 14, 9:30 - 11:00am. We'll meet at the corner of Coles & 2nd, head east on 2nd Street, turn south on Manila/Grove and then right again on 1st Street.  It's just 90 minutes.  Come with gloves and a dust pan with a long handle and a broom.  Or just gloves!  Don't worry about bringing a trash bag or a bin, we will have that available.  The patrol is an easy way to improve your community and get to know other Association members.  Come help make The Cove clean.. especially if you live on those streets.

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #59 on: 06-11-2012, 04:20pm »
Hello neighbors!

Our next monthly meeting is on Monday, June 11 at Grace Church.  We will be raffling off a $25 gift certificate courtesy of our sponsor Park & Sixth!  See below for agenda and other important news about Harsimus Cove.

Monday, June 11, 7:30 PM
Grace Church Van Vorst
Corner of 2nd & Erie Streets

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Agenda
 Grove PATH Plaza maintenance update
 HCA T-shirts
 Embankment update
 NO Gas Pipeline Update
 Litter Patrol update
 Anti-graffiti initiative
 
Grove PATH Plaza maintenance update
Good news!  Movable furniture will be returning to the plaza soon!  More details at the meeting.

HCA T-shirts!
We'll have the final details at the meeting and will be taking pre-orders.  Shirts will be ready for pickup at the July meeting.  Get ready to wear your neighborhood pride!

Litter Patrol
It's hard to believe the next patrol will be number 23.  The trick?  It's fast and easy.  Just 90 minutes.  Come with gloves, a dust pan with a long handle and a broom.  Or just gloves!  The patrol is an easy way to improve your community and get to know other association members.  We'll be patrolling Fourth and Fifth Streets on Saturday, June 16 at 9:30am.  We'll meet at the corner of Coles & 5th.  Come help make The Cove clean.. especially if you live on those streets.
    > More information

Embankment on WNYC
The Embankment was profiled on WNYC this morning, a report by Jersey City's own Sharyn Jackson!
    > Listen on WNYC.org

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #58 on: 05-14-2012, 09:41am »
Hello neighbors!

Our next monthly meeting is tonight (Monday) at Grace Church.  See below for agenda and other important news about Harsimus Cove.

Monday, May 14, 7:30 PM
Grace Church Van Vorst
Corner of 2nd & Erie Streets

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Agenda
    Guest speaker
    Member vote on interim VP of Membership
    Key Foods dumpster fence
    Grove PATH Plaza maintenance update
    HCA T-shirts
    Embankment update
    NO Gas Pipeline update
    JCPD report
    Litter Patrol update
    Graffiti


Guest Speaker: Thomas Shields
Thomas Shields, Community Outreach Officer for the Jersey City Medical Center Emergency Medical Services Department, will be our guest speaker this month.  Thomas will give a presentation on their organization and answer any questions we have about their services and their role within the community.

Member Vote on Interim VP of Membership
Peter Valenzano stepped down as VP of Membership at last month's board meeting due to relocating to the Paulus Hook neighborhood.  While we're happy that he's still local, we're sorry to see him go.  Thanks, Peter, for your service as a member and a director.

James Fant has volunteered to fulfill the balance of Peter's term and the board has voted to appoint him to the position.  The appointment requires approval by a membership vote.  Thank you, James, for stepping forward to fill the vacancy.

Litter Patrol
We skipped last weekend and have rescheduled the next litter patrol for this next Saturday, May 19, 9:30 AM. Meet at the corner of Erie & 6th. Future patrols to be announced.

Key Foods Dumpster Fence
We have begun a process to work with Key Foods and the City to improve the cleanliness and general appearance of where Key Foods stores their dumpsters on 2nd Street. We will present the plan and status at the meeting.

HCA T-shirts!
The warmer temps are here and we're certainly into t-shirt weather!  The t-shirts will feature our handsome logo, designed by member Scott Lauben, in black on a white t-shirt.  The cost is expected to be between $15 and $20.  More details and pre-ordering at the meeting tomorrow night.

Grove PATH Plaza Maintenance Update
The HCA board has been in talks with Grove Pointe management about their plans to install permanent furniture in the plaza.  After much thought, analysis and discussion, the board has determined that the original plan to use movable furniture is in keeping with the vision to keep the plaza as open and accommodating possible in order to accommodate the varied uses of the plaza.  A letter was submitted to Grove Pointe management outlining our position.  More details about this letter and next steps at the meeting.

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
« Reply #57 on: 03-11-2012, 11:06pm »
Join us on Monday, March 12th from 7:30pm to 9pm, for the monthly Harsimus Cove Association general meeting at Grace Van Vorst Church.

The agenda will include:

- Guest Speakers Anthony Carrino of Brunelleschi Construction & Joe Gianforte of Pronti Construction speaking about the redevelopment of 8 Erie and the 1st Street lot
- Board of Education election
- Return of the Litter Patrol
- Embankment update
- Spectra pipeline update
- SeeClickFix update
- Streetscape improvements on Erie Street

As always, we'll meet up for some socializing at a nearby establishment right after the meeting.

LOCATION
Grace Van Vorst Church
39 Erie Street @ 2nd Street
Enter through the red doors on 2nd Street


Check out Harsimus Cove Association's website to keep updated on what's happening in our neighborhood.

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« Reply #56 on: 02-10-2012, 10:48am »
Join us on Monday, February 13th from 7:30pm to 9pm, for the monthly Harsimus Cove Association general meeting at Grace Van Vorst Church.

ON THE AGENDA
Agenda topics will include:

- SeeClickFix and reporting quality of life issues in the neighborhood
- Embankment update
- Spectra pipeline update
- Sale of 8 Erie and adjoining lot update
- Streetlight outage update
- Utility pole solar panels
- Entertainment Ordinance passed by the Municipal Council
- Streetscape improvements on Erie Street
- Jersey City Complete Streets Alliance

Looking forward to seeing you there!

As always, we'll meet up for some socializing at a nearby establishment right after the meeting.

LOCATION
Grace Van Vorst Church
39 Erie Street @ 2nd Street
Enter through the red doors on 2nd Street


Check out Harsimus Cove Association's website to keep updated on what's happening in our neighborhood.
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Re: Harsimus Cove Association - October 2011 Newsletter
« Reply #55 on: 10-10-2011, 05:26pm »
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
 
Fall is upon us, which means elections are right around the corner. As you may know, on Election Day, November 8th, Jersey City voters will go to the polls for a special election to select two candidates to complete the City Council-at-Large terms of Mariano Vega, Jr. and Willie Flood. Mariano Vega resigned last year after pleading guilty to corruption charges stemming from July 2009, and Willie Flood resigned due to illness. Those elected this fall will serve out the original terms through the end of June 2013.
 
The board of the Harsimus Cove Association encourages everyone to get informed about the many issues we face here in Jersey City and to cast your vote for whichever candidate you think will best represent your interests. In a city of 250,000 people, its surprising how many elections are decided by a relatively small margin of votes, so your vote really does count.
 
Closer to home, its also Harsimus Cove Association board election time. At our General Meeting on Monday, October 10th at Grace Church Van Vorst (39 Erie Street @ 2nd Street), we will elect an Election Officer, discuss board openings and take nominations for the 2012 HCA Board of Directors. The election will take place at our meeting next month. If youre interested in serving as an HCA officer next year, please contact us through our website or send us an email at NewsHCA@gmail.com.

After the meeting we'll head over to Skinner's Loft for refreshments and socializing. If you can't make the meeting, catch up with us there.
 
Also on our agenda for Monday:

An update on the proposed redevelopment of the Police Department headquarters at 8 Erie Street
A new proposal to renovate and redevelop St. Boniface Church on First Street
The latest on the Spectra Energy gas pipeline proposal



Announcements

Halloween Block Party
We urgently need the help of organizers, sponsors and volunteers for the 2nd Annual Afternoon of Fright on 4th Street, scheduled for Sunday, October 30th. Please lend a hand to make this event as fun and successful as last years. Drop us an email at NewsHCA@gmail.com as soon as possible to see what you can do to help.

Utility work on Erie
What's PSE&G doing on Erie Street? Over the last two weeks they've been replacing the main natural gas supply line from 6th Street working their way to Newark Avenue. Then they'll cover the same ground again to run feeders from the main to buildings. Expect street closures, parking bans and spotty street cleaning through Saturday, October 15th.

Clean the Cove
Our next Litter Patrol is scheduled for Saturday, October 22nd. Be a good neighbor and help us keep the Cove clean. Check our Facebook or Twitter pages for updates and future announcements!
 
Spectra Pipeline Project]Spectra Pipeline Project
Our friends at NO Gas Pipeline need more members to help in the fight against running a natural gas pipeline through our neighborhood. You can buy T-shirts and attend the public hearing to be held by FERC on October 19th at Ferris High School. Let's let our voices be heard.

Upcoming Events]Upcoming Events
October 10 - Harsimus Cove Association October General Meeting. 7:30-9pm at Grace Church (39 Erie Street)
October 19 - Green on Grove. 3-7pm at Grove Street PATH Plaza
October 19 - Public Meeting on the proposed Spectra Energy Gas Pipeline. 7pm at Ferris HS (35 Colgate Street)
October 22 - HCA Litter Patrol. 9:30am, Meeting Location TBD
October 22 - The Big Dig. Citywide daffodil & tulip bulb planting. Various locations.
October 25 - JCPD East District Captains Meeting. 7pm at Middle School 4 (Bright & Varick Streets)
October 30 - 2nd Annual Afternoon of Fright on Fourth Street. 3-6pm at 4th Street between Jersey & Coles Streets
November 14 - Harsimus Cove Association Board Election & November General Meeting. 7:30-9pm at Grace Church (39 Erie Street)
Mondays & Thursdays - Farmers Market. 4-8pm at Grove Street PATH Plaza
Fridays - Creative Grove Artist Market. 2-8pm at Grove Street PATH Plaza
 
As always, we look forward to seeing you! Our meetings occur on the second Monday of every month (except August and December) at Grace Church Van Vorst.
 
Sincerely,
Mike Francisco
President,
Harsimus Cove Association

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Re: Harsimus Cove Association Meeting
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Rail History in Jersey City @ Harsimus Cove Association General Meeting
Monday, July 11 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: Grace Church Van Vorst, 2nd & Erie Streets

Free and open to the public


This month, the Harsimus Cove Association teams up with the Embankment Preservation Coalition to present a lively talk by rail marine historian Thomas Flagg. Using high-quality slides of old maps, photographs, and other illustrations, From Farm and Marsh to Cityscape: The Railroads Transformed Jersey City will examine the transportation mode that shaped Jersey City over more than a century.

Hear the stories - and controversies - of the Pennsylvania Railroad Harsimus Branch and other rail lines. At the conclusion of his talk, Flagg and other rail historians including historic preservationist Allen Kratz will answer your questions.

The presentation will begin at 8:00 after we take care of a bit of business.

And join us at Barcade for post-meeting socializing at BARCADE.

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