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FEMA Maps, Flooding, Apartment Burglary and More, This Week in Local News

Catch up on all of last week's New Milford news here.

New Milford police responded to a report of a burglary Monday morning after a witness observed a man breaking into a Faller Drive apartment. Ramsey, Saddle River and Upper Saddle River police capture suspected burglars.

New Milford Man Given Probation For Pill Ring Involvement

New Milford man who allegedly illegally purchased oxycodone from an Emerson doctor was placed on two years of probation Monday.

Letter to Zoning Board requesting that the letters submitted by the Environmental and Shade Tree Commissions be considered, denied at this time.

According to recently released updated FEMA maps, Hekemian Expert says that New Milford does not fall within the boundaries of FEMA's flood zone.

Bill Providing Tax Relief to Towns Purchasing Flood-Prone Properties Approved by Assembly

Bipartisan bill to provide tax relief to towns that are acquiring flood-prone homes through the state's Blue Acres program.

Auxiliary Police Take Oaths of Office

New Milford's Auxiliary Police take their annual oath of office at Monday's Mayor and Council meeting.

New Milford Jr. Knights Football Super Bowl Champs Recognized by Mayor and Council

For the second year straight, New Milford Jr. Knights Football wins the Super Bowl Championships.

Shared Property Maintenance Manager with River Edge Nixed for Now

Mayor and Council lukewarm in pursuing shared property maintenance manager with River Edge.

NMHS to Present "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"

Director Jonathan Silver's spring theater production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is in full swing.

 

 

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