Developer Questions Officials on SOD, Mayor & Council Authorize Rezoning Study of United Water Property In Local News This Week
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The attorney representing the potential developer of the United Water property has asked that New Milford officials be polled to see if they or their family members attended the first meeting of a grassroots group dedicated to stopping the project.
The Mayor and Council voted to authorize zoning board planner Phillips Preiss and Grygiel, LLC to proceed with a rezoning study of the 13-acre United Water property.
At Monday's mayor and council work session, Councilwoman Hedy Grant requested that the borough attorney, Mark Madaio, provide a legal opinion regarding the validity of Councilman Diego Robalino's April 23 motion to restore $143,000 to the budget surplus that had passed in a 4-3 vote.
Sanzari's New Bridge Inn has filed preliminary and final site plan approval to construct a parking lot where two dwellings are currently located and expand the restaurant by approximately 600 square feet.
The newly formed grass roots group SOD (Stop Over Development) named their executive board at their meeting Tuesday evening.
A New Milford man was among 20 people arrested Thursday by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force in a drug warrant sweep spanning six counties.
Approximately 200 hundred residents supported the effort and raised more than $12,000 for the American Cancer Society.
Mike Perrone, a man whose family has been farming the same piece of land on River Road for 92 years, remembers when New Milford was a farming town filled with horses, chickens, pigs and rabbits.
Forty years ago, Dallas won the Superbowl, Oakland won the World Series, Mikey Liked It!, it took a tough man to make a tender chicken and Kevin Kerrigan joined the DPW.
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