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August 10, 1916: Sterilizing Water and Flushing Mains

August 10, 1916:  Municipal Journalarticle. Sterilizing Water and Cleaning Mains. “In connection with the information concerning their water works furnished by more than six hundred officials and published in our June 1st issue, these officials also answered the questions: “Is the capacity of your mains diminished by corrosion?” “Do you clean them?” “If so, how and how often?” “Do you sterilize the water?” “If so, by what process?” Their answers are given in the table on the following pages. 370 more words

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Feeling This Friday: WFMU

Let’s be honest, if WKCR and WFMU were the only radio stations left on earth, we wouldn’t be upset. The fun 91.1, the mighty WFMU is really something that I have enjoyed over the years. 338 more words

Flea Market Funk

Bucket and Bay: Jersey City, NJ

Bucket and Bay Craft Gelato has two locations: Hoboken and Jersey City. The Jersey City location as a nice shop, and little difficult to park. The gelato was very good at 4 stars. 204 more words

Ice Cream

POP-UP GALLERY AT THE ENCLAVE RENTAL BUILDING IN JERSEY CITY TO CELEBRATE NEWEST MURAL FROM ACCLAIMED ARTIST RON ENGLISH

Space is Limited and Tickets are Required for the Free Public Event From 6 to 9 p.m. on August 8th at 260-Home Building at 675 Monmouth Street… 764 more words

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July 30, 2018: Wooden Water Pipes in Edinburgh; 1982: Surgeon General Koop discusses fluoride; 1894: Jersey City’s Contaminated Water Supply

July 30, 2018:  Article in Scottish Construction Now—260-year-old Wooden Water Pipes Unearthed in Edinburgh. “Workers have unearthed rare 260-year-old wooden water pipes during a dig in Edinburgh. 1,439 more words

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TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ABOUND WITH LYFT PARTNERSHIP AT THE ENCLAVE, JERSEY CITY’S NEWEST RENTAL COMMUNITY

Having just recently launched leasing earlier this Summer, The Enclave is quickly gaining recognition as Jersey City’s hottest new rental destination with over 65% of its residences already spoken for. 652 more words

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July 20, 1982: Boil Water Order in Jersey City

July 20, 1982:  New York Timesheadline: Drinking Water in Jersey City Must Still Be Boiled. “The requirement that the 300,000 customers of the Jersey City Water Department boil all of their drinking water for five minutes remained in effect today after state officials detected possible excessive bacteria in the water, city officials said. 74 more words

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