Mosquito Spraying Tonight July 12th

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Published: July 12, 2018
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Four (4) streets are scheduled to be sprayed for mosquitos tonight, July 12th, by Union County Mosquito Control between 7 p.m. and midnight weather permitting. The areas listed by the county are: Grant Avenue Laurel Avenue Sumner Avenue Webster Avenue East It was not specified what part of Grant will be sprayed. The operation will […]

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled For Tonight

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Published: June 29, 2018
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Spraying for mosquitos by Union County Mosquito Control is scheduled for tonight, June 28th, between 7 p.m. and midnight – weather permitting – across Union County including three (3) areas in Roselle Park. The areas listed by the county are Beechwood Avenue, the Chestnut Street walking path (presumably Michael Mauri Park) and Grant Avenue. It […]

Free Farmers’ Market Vouchers For Seniors

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Published: June 24, 2018
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 Income-eligible senior citizens will be able to obtain free “Jersey Fresh” vouchers to purchase fruits, vegetables, and herbs on Monday, July 2nd from 1 p.m. to 3 o’clock in the afternoon at the Casano Community Center. The vouchers are funded by the State of New Jersey Farmers’ Market Program, through the Union County Division on […]

Ordinance 2534: Purple Heart/Combat Wounded Parking

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Published: June 21, 2018
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A proposed law that will provide three (3) parking spaces reserved for Purple Heart recipients and combat-wounded veterans will be considered at the June 21st Mayor & Council meeting. The three parking lots that will reserve one space each will be at: Borough Hall Michael Mauri Park Roselle Park Veterans Memorial Library The bill was […]

Ordinance 2533: Dumpsters (Take 2)

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Published: June 20, 2018
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A rework of a failed bill from May gives a second chance to address roll-off containers in the borough. Ordinance 2533 will address issues with Ordinance 2529 that had it fail last month. The new bill will require that a dumpster on a driveway or street to be removed and emptied once it is full. […]

Ordinance 2532: Placement Of Garbage On Curbs

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Published: June 19, 2018
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In an attempt to make the T-district look more presentable and sanitary, an ordinance will be voted on at Thursday night’s municipal meeting. This area of town gets garbage picked up six (6) times a week. Throughout the borough, garbage bags placed on the curb will no longer be allowed. Although always the case, the […]

Ordinance 2531: The 2018 Capital Budget

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Published: June 18, 2018
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The governing body is set to vote on the 2018 capital budget at their June 21st meeting. The $1,348,870 budget will have $728,000 (around 54%) coming from municipal taxes with the rest, $620,870 being paid for by grants. The $728,000 is not paid out all at once but, instead, over time like a mortgage with annual […]

Borough Experiencing Delays In Bulk Pick-Up

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Published: June 14, 2018
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According to information provided by the governing body, the borough’s bulk waste collection contractor is experiencing significant delays at the solid waste transfer station designated by the Union County Utilities Authority. Due to those disposal delays, it is expected that some residents will have delayed pickups today and Friday and potentially through the weekend. The […]

Final Hearing Tonight For Proposed Development Across from Borough Hall

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Published: June 11, 2018
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A proposed four-story eight (8) two-bedroom apartment building across the street from borough hall on West Westfield Avenue is scheduled to have its final application hearing at tonight’s Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB) meeting. The preliminary hearing on the development was held last month with the board giving comments and recommendations to the applicant on […]

Acceptable Items For June 14th & 15th Bulk Pick-Up

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Published: June 11, 2018
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This year’s first of two borough-wide bulk pick-ups is set for Thursday, June 14th, on the east side of town and Friday, June 15th, for the west side. The dividing line in Roselle Park between the east and west side is Chestnut Street. Below is a list of acceptable bulk items, in line with Roselle […]

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