Arrest of Man Who Allegedly Exposed Himself, Hekemian Expert Talks Land Values and More in Local News This Week
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Police charged Harry Wiltshire, 39, of Teaneck, on Tuesday as the man who allegedly exposed himself twice in one week to the same woman in the laundry room of the Brookchester Apartment complex in March.
Sheldon Cox is arrested and charged with third degree burglary and theft three weeks after NMPD already arrested and charged him with burglary and theft in same apartment complex parking lot.
SOD urges Oradell governing body to educate selves, residents of potential impact from the proposed United Water development.
Expert on appraisal and land valuation for Hekenmian analyzed three towns with shopping centers across from residential areas to determine affect on property values.
The mayor and council was presented with a preliminary draft of the rezoning study of the 13-acre United Water property at Monday's work session by zoning board planner Paul Grygiel, of Phillips Preiss and Grygiel LLC.
New Jersey's Supreme Court denies Christie's stay on the appellate court's decision that he did not have authority to abolish COAH. New Milford's obligation to provide affordable housing is the crux of Hekemian's argument in seeking zoning board approval for the variances needed to go forward with development of the United Water property.
Because a church is a conditional use, not an existing use, attorney for Gospel Fellowship Church says only zoning board had jurisdiction to hear the application.
Board attorney recommends Fresh & Fancy Farms has county clarify the language of the farm deed regarding signage and fencing.
New Milford held its annual birthday celebration last Sunday at the New Milford Public Library. The event, co-sponsored by the Library's Board of Trustees and the New Milford Historic Preservation Commission, marked the 335th anniversary of the Demarest family's settlement of New Milford and celebrated the 90th anniversary of the borough's incorporation.
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