Montelaro's Murderer Denied Parole, 'Field of Dreams' Passes Soil Test and Flood Prone Towns Meet With NJDEP
A look back at the week in news in New Milford
Righetti appeared before a two member parole board panel at Northern State Prison June 25 where they denied his request for parole.
The Results of PERC soil test indicate that the middle school location would be an appropriate site for a turf field.
The borough retained Burgis to prepare an amendment to the borough's 2004 comprehensive master plan in order to address inconsistencies between the Recreation and Open Space Inventory (ROSI) and the other planning documents in use by the borough to identify undeveloped land used for recreation or conservation.
Mayor Ann Subrizi, Councilwoman Hedy Grant and representatives from River Edge and Oradell met with representatives of the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to discuss lowering the reservoir in advance of a storm, revising the current flood maps that date to 1982 and dredging the Hackensack River in an effort to control flooding.
New Milford police are urging residents to keep their car doors locked after a string of car burglaries and thefts occurred in the borough last weekend and into Monday.
An attempted burglary occurred at Welsh Farms Monday evening. In an attempt to gain access into the store, the entrance door was damaged and an attempt had been made to pry open the interior doors, tripping the store's alarm system.