Monday, November 5, 2012
Post Sandy, normalcy returns to town.
On Monday, all New Milford Public Schools will be open. Power has been restored to all schools and will operate according to a normal schedule. All Halloween activities and parades that were scheduled at the schools have been postponed until further notice. The administration is asking that no costumes be worn to school on Monday. The Borough will be celebrating Halloween trick-or-treating Monday until dusk. Because conditions are still dangerous with downed wires and trees, Police Chief Frank Papapietro asks that parents use caution when walking their children around town. Monday the Board of Education will be holding their monthly work session at 7 pm in the Media Center of New Milford High School. Tuesday is election day. Because Sandy…
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Find out if your polling station was moved in this list issued Sunday by the Bergen County Board of Elections.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
The Bergen County Board of Elections on Sunday evening released a revised town-by-town list of polling station adjustments. In addition to moving polling stations, the county clerk and all election offices will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday to accommodate early in-person voting. The following list, provided by the Board of Elections Sunday, is below: ALLENDALE- 1D GUARDIAN ANGEL CHURCH/320 FRANKLIN TPKE&ALLENDALE AVE./AUD. 2D GUARDIAN ANGEL CHURCH/320 FRANKLIN TPKE&ALLENDALE AVE./AUD. 3D GUARDIAN ANGEL CHURCH/320 FRANKLIN TPKE&ALLENDALE AVE./AUD. 4D GUARDIAN ANGEL CHURCH/320 FRANKLIN TPKE&ALLENDALE AVE./AUD. ALPINE- (PRIMARY & GENERAL ELECTIONS) 1D BOROUGH HALL – ATRIUM – 100 …
From power outages to gas rationing, New Milford is still dealing with Sandy's wrath.
Winds caused PSE&G to pull their repair crews and kept emergency services working through the night responding to calls of downed trees and wires. WIth trees and power lines down throughout town, Tuesday will show just how much damage Sandy wrought. There was barely a street in New Milford that did not see destruction from Sandy in downed trees, wires and poles. Since most of the town, including Borough Hall, remains without power, Patch is in touch with Borough officials to keep New Milford Residents informed. With the majority of town still without power, and most businesses closed, New Milford is trying to get back to normal. With many gas stations out of fuel, those that remain open have lines stretching over a mile long and police …