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Steven Fulop of Jersey City

Monday, January 27, 2014

Both Super Bowl teams are staying in Jersey City - Mayor Steven Fulop discusses how the New Jersey economy will be affected. Plus: the Jersey City mayor's reaction to Bridgegate.


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Comments [7]

ph

I agree with the mayor that the caller dissing Jersey City doesn't live in Jersey City. But Jersey City along the water is bordering on being a place with a bunch of big tall towers casting shadows all over the streets with pathetic small open spaces ... basically becoming as dismal as parts of Manhattan where people jump for joy when the city grants a neighborhood a 600 sq ft "park".

Jan. 28 2014 03:49 PM
Mark

Yeah, ok, how about this one:

"Jersey City, because Brooklyn is played out..."

Have fun dealing with hockey fans or whatever other corny mob will be drawn to the Barkley's center this week.

Jan. 28 2014 12:25 AM
Mr. Bad from NYC

OMG, this guy is such a schmuck. Here's a headline:

"Jersey City, are you ready to settle?"

or

"Jersey City, we're close to NYC and not Newark"

or

"Jersey City: Hot water! Electricity! 20 minutes from NYC"

Jan. 27 2014 11:17 AM
Debra from Jersey City

Is there a list of the street closings available?

Jan. 27 2014 11:14 AM
Sheldon from Brooklyn

Cities don't host World Cups, countries do.

Jan. 27 2014 11:06 AM
Mr. Bad from NYC

1.)Team lands in Newark.
2.)Everybody heads to Jersey City to drop off luggage
3.)Everybody leaves for NYC, don't come back to Jersey until night before game.
4.)After game winners go to NYC, losers mope around Jersey hotel rooms.
5.)LOL @ "Jersey's Superbowl".

Jan. 27 2014 11:03 AM
antonio from baySIde

Any future transit projects in the works? The light rail is great, but a lot of cities on the way up are investing in streetcar lines...

Jan. 27 2014 11:02 AM

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