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This place won't open until 2015

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more_spo...real_waste.html

Where does all your money sit until then?

Which part of my money? The part for infrastructure, the part for clean-up, the part for studies, the part for professionals, the part for hiring new people in various necessary departments, or the part in the bank earning interest???????

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Which part of my money? The part for infrastructure, the part for clean-up, the part for studies, the part for professionals, the part for hiring new people in various necessary departments, or the part in the bank earning interest???????

Don't forget the part that went into certain pockets.

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We're not suggesting the Redevelopment Director, Peter B. !

You have got it, of course in his pockets and in many others also...... Hear he was given a major donation to send his kid to college, masters I guess. Oh no it was called a scholarship for Peter B's son........ research baby, research...................

I GUESS IT'S LIKE WHEN WE WERE IN SCHOOL "SEND A RAT TO COLLEGE"!!!!!!!!

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There is a Star Ledger article on the Red Bulls from a couple of weeks ago that says:

The new facility, as well as hundreds of homes and businesses to be built nearby, will give the Hudson County town an economic boost, bringing visitors from throughout the region, Castano said.

But the stadium has its critics, too.

Detective Thomas Corblies, president of the local police union, said he is worried the town will not have enough officers to cope with an influx of 25,000 soccer fans.

The department has barely more than 50 officers, down from about 65 in the mid-1990s, and its communications system is outmoded and in need of repair, he said.

The PSE&G facility near the stadium could become a terrorist target, and the roads are not wide enough to let crowds out and emergency vehicles in, Corblies said.

"You have the potential for disaster," he said.

Isn't Corblies right about the need for more police. Is Harrison going to be able to tax tickets like Newark so we can recoup some of the tax dollars for police and fire protection. Are the Red Bulls going to contribute toward the extra cost?

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There is a Star Ledger article on the Red Bulls from a couple of weeks ago that says:

The new facility, as well as hundreds of homes and businesses to be built nearby, will give the Hudson County town an economic boost, bringing visitors from throughout the region, Castano said.

But the stadium has its critics, too.

Detective Thomas Corblies, president of the local police union, said he is worried the town will not have enough officers to cope with an influx of 25,000 soccer fans.

The department has barely more than 50 officers, down from about 65 in the mid-1990s, and its communications system is outmoded and in need of repair, he said.

The PSE&G facility near the stadium could become a terrorist target, and the roads are not wide enough to let crowds out and emergency vehicles in, Corblies said.

"You have the potential for disaster," he said.

Isn't Corblies right about the need for more police.  Is Harrison going to be able to tax tickets like Newark so we can recoup some of the tax dollars for police and fire protection.  Are the Red Bulls going to contribute toward the extra cost?

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Why is the town paying for security or traffic control at the stadium? E. Rutherford pays nothing?

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Detective Corblies has valid points except the "terrorist target" statement. That expression is too commonly used as an excuse when public funds are wanted.

Detective Corblies should have just stated the facts of the true real potential problem. HPD is currently not capable of handling 25,000 people for an event.

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The Harrison Police are hardly capable of coping with the problems of the town now due to manpower shortages and decreased equipment availability. Can you imagine what it will be like if this administration doesn't get it's head out of the sand and confront the problems of the immediate future. The cost will be astronomical when the law suits start rolling in not to mention the cost to our safety and property.

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Detective Corblies has valid points except the "terrorist target" statement. That expression is too commonly used as an excuse when public funds are wanted.

Detective Corblies should have just stated the facts of the true real potential problem.  HPD is currently not capable of handling 25,000 people for an event.

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He was referring to the tanks of propane, stored near the stadium by PSE&G. This is a real safety issue, not only for the stadium but for all Harrison residents. These large amounts of gas, of an explosive nature should not be stored in residential neighborhoods, never mind next to a stadium.

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Detective Corblies has valid points except the "terrorist target" statement. That expression is too commonly used as an excuse when public funds are wanted.

Detective Corblies should have just stated the facts of the true real potential problem.  HPD is currently not capable of handling 25,000 people for an event.

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Terrorist Target is not too commonly used and not an EXCUSE we saw what happened on 911 or has the town forgotten? The HPD is not capable of taking care of business now let alone an event of 25,000 fans Put some of the detectives back in uniform instead of standing arround maybe that would help ease the NO CRIME TOWN

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Detective Corblies has valid points except the "terrorist target" statement. That expression is too commonly used as an excuse when public funds are wanted.

Detective Corblies should have just stated the facts of the true real potential problem.  HPD is currently not capable of handling 25,000 people for an event.

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Don't worry, you will never, repeat NEVER, see 25,000 people in that stadium!!!

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There is a Star Ledger article on the Red Bulls from a couple of weeks ago that says:

The new facility, as well as hundreds of homes and businesses to be built nearby, will give the Hudson County town an economic boost, bringing visitors from throughout the region, Castano said.

But the stadium has its critics, too.

Detective Thomas Corblies, president of the local police union, said he is worried the town will not have enough officers to cope with an influx of 25,000 soccer fans.

The department has barely more than 50 officers, down from about 65 in the mid-1990s, and its communications system is outmoded and in need of repair, he said.

The PSE&G facility near the stadium could become a terrorist target, and the roads are not wide enough to let crowds out and emergency vehicles in, Corblies said.

"You have the potential for disaster," he said.

Isn't Corblies right about the need for more police.  Is Harrison going to be able to tax tickets like Newark so we can recoup some of the tax dollars for police and fire protection.  Are the Red Bulls going to contribute toward the extra cost?

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The Stadium will have its own security force. Special Police will be hired on a per diem basis to handle traffic around the Stadium. Most people will come by mass transit to the stadium via the Path Trains. There will have to be a new connector road built to route 280. Det. Corblies only represents the Patrolman not the Supervisors. I don't see any negative comments from them or the Chief of Police.

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He was referring to the tanks of propane, stored near the stadium by PSE&G.  This is a real safety issue, not only for the stadium but for all Harrison residents.  These large amounts of gas, of an explosive nature should not be stored in residential neighborhoods, never mind next to a stadium.

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So wasn't it a safety issue prior to 9/11? Why the terrorist target statement. To me it's BS. Keep trying to put fear into people's heads.

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Terrorist Target is not too commonly used and not an EXCUSE we saw what happened on 911 or has the town forgotten? The HPD is not capable of taking care of business now let alone an event of 25,000 fans  Put some of the detectives back in uniform instead of standing arround maybe that would help ease the NO CRIME TOWN

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Yeah, i'm an ignorant as*hole and already forgot what happened. Everyone wants funds from Washington and the "terrorist target" mantra is the easiest excuse. Gets the people to say, yeah, my town needs an extra million or two.

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Yeah, i'm an ignorant as*hole and already forgot what happened.  Everyone wants funds from Washington and the "terrorist target" mantra is the easiest excuse. Gets the people to say, yeah, my town needs an extra million or two.

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You are ignorant!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Money for security yes money in the politicians pockets NO You really are stupid to even write that comment Harrison could easily be a target and we get nothing to protect the people in our town So you are an ignorant as*hole to even admit you have forgotten Most remember and those that lost someone dear that day will ALWAYS REMEMBER

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So wasn't it a safety issue prior to 9/11? Why the terrorist target statement. To me it's BS. Keep trying to put fear into people's heads.

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You should be afraid, very afraid. Take a ride down Cape May Street and see the tanks for yourself. Then you can make up your own mind about how safe the residents of Harrison are with these tanks here. Why wopuld the mayor want to inform you about their poor decision to allow PSE&G to place these tanks here?

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He was referring to the tanks of propane, stored near the stadium by PSE&G.  This is a real safety issue, not only for the stadium but for all Harrison residents.  These large amounts of gas, of an explosive nature should not be stored in residential neighborhoods, never mind next to a stadium.

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It's an Industrial zone genius.

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You are ignorant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Money for security yes  money in the politicians pockets NO  You really are stupid to even write that comment Harrison could easily be a target and we get nothing to protect the people in our town So you are an ignorant as*hole to even admit you have forgotten  Most remember and those that lost someone dear that day will ALWAYS REMEMBER

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I can see by the way you write and construct sentences that you'll never understand anything.

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I rode down Cape May Road over the holidays and it looks like they are ready to start building. All the demolishing equiptment is gone. They should be starting construction any day now.

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It's an Industrial zone genius.

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Because the people on the zoning board made it an industrial zone, you think it's safe. The people on the zoning board don't even have high school educations and your putting your faith in them. You are a genius.

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Putting a stadium next to highly explosive gas tanks, now that's real genius.

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Right, it should have been built on FER Blvd and Harrison Ave.

So we shouldn't have built Liberty Airport near residential neighborhoods. An air traffic controller error away from a nightmare.

Should not have built a city in New Orleans below sea level prone to flooding.

Should not have built housing in the western mountains prone to mud slides and forest fires.

Should not have built houses in the south beaches prone to hurricanes.

Should not have built skyscrapers in NYC prone to terrorist attacks.

Let's knock it all down and start all over. And when you build your house, leave out gas and electric. Dangerous as well.

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