Police Promotions, School Budget and Return of the Chicken Outlaw
The Week in Review, a weekly roundup of local news stories on New Milford Patch
In case you missed any local news this week, here it is:
Police officers and their families filled the council chambers as six police officers stood ready to be promoted to the rank of sergeant. Mayor Ann Subrizi's vote was needed to break the tie to affirm promotions.
The 2012-13 school budget calls for a 1.63% increase in property taxes, the lowest in three years.
After being rejected for a full-time position with the DPW, followed by his reinstatement as a seasonal employee being tabled, Mark Hettinger regained his seasonal employment status.
The Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders joined ranks with New Milford's mayor and council in unanimously passing a resolution asking that the New Jersey State Parole Board deny parole for Christopher Righetti.
A New Milford man was arrested Tuesday at Fort Lee High School and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and promoting obscene material.
New Milford has filed to be reimbursed for more than $128,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for costs associated with the surprise snowstorm that ravaged the northeast on October 29.
New Milford was awarded $146,500 for paving Center St. from Boulevard to the Oradell town line.
Oradell Emergency Management has said that construction on the Elm Street Bridge will begin on Monday, April 9th.
NMHS production of "9 to 5: The Musical" wows the audience and sells out every show.
The Special Collections Library at Penn State University is exhibiting the works of Bea Card Kettlewood, chair of New Milford High School's art department from 1960 to 1984.