Photo Credit: Facebook Residents who live in the Jersey City Heights should be aware of some parking restrictions which will be in effect this Wednesday and Thursday due to the filming of a movie. On Sunday, Ward D Councilman Yousef Saleh posted the following information on his Facebook page:
“Please be advised that The Union will be filming on Wednesday July 13th into Thursday July 14th from approximately 5PM until 7AM. Actors will ride a motorcycle to overlook the gaze across the city before driving off. Please note this is a legitimate production and the film team has worked with the City of Jersey City to ensure all film rules and regulations are followed.
“Vehicles left in the designated film parking areas after Tuesday, July 12th at 11:59 pm will be towed at the owner’s expense.
“The Union will use the following locations for parking:
-Both sides of Manhattan Avenue between Liberty Avenue and John F. Kennedy Boulevard
-South Side of Manhattan Avenue between Liberty Avenue and Terrace Avenue
-Both sides of Liberty Avenue between Manhattan Avenue and Hutton Street (half block closest to Manhattan Avenue)
-West side of John F. Kennedy Boulevard between Sherman Place and Zabriskie Street
-Both sides of Hutton Street between John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Sanford Place
-North side of Zabriskie Street between John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Columbia Avenue”
Councilman Saleh concluded by saying he understands that this may cause an inconvenience for some residents, and he apologizes for that. Anyone with questions or concerns may call David Fox from the movie’s production team at (347) 762-4009. You can also contact the Councilman’s office at (201) 547-5485, or send an email to the Councilman at email@example.com, or to one of his aides at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.