Darren Drake, President of the Board of Education, submitted his resignation to the Board during Monday's meeting. Drake is stepping down due to the fact that his company is relocating and he will be relocating with them.
With the resignation of Darren Drake from the Board of Education, the school baord will appoint someone to fill the vacant seat until the November 5 election.
Grant's statement on withdrawing lawsuit petitioning to the court to invalidate the appointment of Marc Leibman as Borough Attorney.
Tuesday's hearing of the proposed development of the United Water property picked up where it left off in April--with the public's continued cross-examination of Hekemian's planner, Peter Steck.
Despite the uncertain status of COAH, it remains the lynch-pin of the developer's argument for obtaining variances. Planner Peter Steck said that in an inclusionary development such as the United Water property, nothing stands alone. The housing drives the commercial development and the commercial development funds the housing subsidies.
United Water began releasing water from the Oradell Reservoir upon orders from Governor Christie after the National Weather Service issued the third flood watch in a week for Bergen County and much of the tri-state area Wednesday.
Letter addresses pre-releasing water from the Oradell Reservoir as a way to alleviate flooding.
After a week of rain, threats of flooding and weather that was just...well, yucky, the sun came out Saturday to shine on the fourth annual New Milford Fire Department 5K run and kids dash.
Boy Scout Troop 78 presented the eight traditional American Flags. The New Milford High School Choir sang the National Anthem. Members of the VFW, Knights of Columbus and Marine Corps Gooney Birds were in attendance at the Elks Lodge annual Flag Day celebration.
Friday marked a very important milestone in the lives of four-year olds at Saint Joseph's as they graduated from "the greenhouse" -- the school's pre-K program, and ready themselves for Kindergarten in September.