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United Water Property Dominates Discussion This Week In Local News

Rezoning, calls for investigation, letters from councilmen and SOD's petition--development dominated the discussion in town this week.

SOD To Mayor & Council: Time To Take A Public Stand

New Milford's grass roots group tells the Mayor & Council to unite with them against the development of the United Water property.

Original Hekemian Offer Back On Table; Grant Calls For Investigation

Rezoning property keeps Hekemian's original offer on the table. Calling it "United Water-gate" Councilwoman Hedy Grant calls for special counsel to investigate failure of Mayor and Council to vote on the purchase of United Water property.

SOD Submits Petition Protesting Rezoning United Water Property

1100 signatures are hand delivered to the Mayor and Council asking them not to rezone the United Water property.

Water Company Property Development

Council President Howard Berner advocates for buying the United Water property. 

Rezoning United Water Property (Letter to the Editor)

Councilmen Diego Robalino and Dominic Colucci explain the vote to rezone.

Oradell Plans To Fight New Milford Redevelopment

While members of Stop Over Development build opposition to the New Milford Redevelopment Associates project, the Borough of Oradell is strategizing their own plan of attack.

Teaneck Opposes Sanzari Expansion

Joined by their Township Manager, residents of Teaneck oppose the expansion of Sanzari's New Bridge Inn citing concerns of flooding and increased traffic.

DEO Middle School Kicks Ask

David E. Owens Middle School outperforms state and district factor group in overall proficiency on the New Jersey Ask exam.

Bergen County Police Chiefs Remember 9/11

Bergen County Police Chiefs hold 9/11 memorial service at the Westfield Garden State Plaza.

 

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