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Hackensack Discussion / Re: Masked citizens - the Coronavirus
« Last post by Victor E Sasson on September 18, 2020, 08:55:14 AM »
I just became aware that PSE&G has been estimating bills during the Covid-19 health emergency:

https://thesassonreport.blogspot.com/2020/09/when-is-last-time-you-got-197-credit-on.html
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tried to get a picture of that with my cell phone.  Got nothing close to the quality you captured
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Hackensack Discussion / Re: 210 Main Street
« Last post by irons35 on September 16, 2020, 09:10:20 PM »
that room is long gone.  the entire building was completely gutted down to concrete and steel, including the beautiful lobby ceiling. 
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Hackensack Discussion / Re: 210 Main Street
« Last post by BLeafe on September 16, 2020, 02:10:01 PM »
Not in person (but I think I know someone here who may have).

You thinking about moving? That listing only showed available units on the 1st, 2nd and 4th floors. If I was gonna spend that kind of money, I'd want to be way upstairs.

This is the only picture of a room I have from that building and it's 9 years old.

Click to enlarge.

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Hackensack Discussion / 210 Main Street
« Last post by johnny g on September 16, 2020, 11:15:54 AM »
Just looking around on NJMLS I saw the "chic" new 210 Main apartment complex...wow they are beautiful but really pricey! The description was "the new wave of living in Hackensack". Has anyone seen this new spot in person?
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Hackensack Discussion / Sears closes tomorrow: a final walk-through like no other
« Last post by BLeafe on September 11, 2020, 04:04:18 PM »
Not being sure if I could be around do this on the final day,  I picked the penultimate day. Maybe picking September 11 to do this wasn't such a good idea.





Nice final impression, Sears, from someone who first shopped there in the 1950s.

You won't be missed.



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I shot this project from my apartment through a dirty, unopenable window a block away from July 7 to September 8, 2020. The pictures are in sequence, so you can see what happened every step of the way. There may be more to come. If there's anything else that's significant to see, I'll post it.

Yesterday, I shot 16 little videos of sand infill (light) and ground-up little rubber bits (dark) being sprayed on the field with spreaders. In the stills, you can see big white bags on a truck coming down Union St and then stored in a Middle School parking lot over a month ago. I had no idea what was in them until yesterday. In the video, you'll see the contents (dark) of one of the bags being dumped into one of the spreaders and then sprayed on the field. The last pic is a stitch of 3 pix: pickup>dump>dispose. Click it and start scrolling to see the whole thing.

It wasn't easy editing two months of stills down to 20 - the post's limit - but I think this is a good representation of how an artificial turf field is constructed, as seen through a dirty window one block away and 7 floors up.

Due to the space limitation, the 16-little-videos-into-one video will be in the post that follows this one.

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6-26-20

1-2. Two remaining walkaround shots from end of last post
3-4. Two from home


7-1-20

5-7. Three from Second Reformed Church parking lot


7-14-20

8. Last River St flag shot from home?


7-15-20

9. from home


7-16-20

10-13. Walkaround


7-23-20

14. from Union St
15. from home


7-28-20

16-19. from home

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