August Due Date On Property Tax Bill Incorrect

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Published: July 25, 2014
Property Tax Bill Notice
August Due Date On Property Tax Bill Incorrect  | read this item

The annual notice sent to property owners with their 2014/2015 tax bill had two dates in August which are both incorrect. The original due date was Friday, August 1st. The second due date, which is August 22nd, is also a Friday. Borough Hall is closed on Fridays for the summer. The new due date for […]

Community Watch Meeting August 6th

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Published: July 17, 2014
(Community Watch SIgn)
Community Watch Meeting August 6th  | read this item

A Community Watch meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, August 6th, at Borough Hall at 7 in the evening. This is the third such meeting to be scheduled this year although it is only the seventh since 2007; the last one in April of 2012 with none being held in 2013. The meeting will, according to […]

“Easy Fitness” Not Considered Health Club By DCA

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Published: July 11, 2014
"Easy Fitness" Not Considered Health Club By DCA  | read this item

The legal fight between the municipality and Regina Mendes-Doman and “Easy Fitness with Jeannie” continues, even after its doors have been closed during an appeal filed by Mrs. Mendes-Doman, to have the Municipal Land Use Board’s (MLUB) denial of her application reversed. The latest chapter had the Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) rule – after responding […]

Casano Center Open As Cooling Station

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Published: July 2, 2014
Community Center
Casano Center Open As Cooling Station  | read this item

In response to the hot weather forecast over the next few days, the Casano Community Center will be open as a cooling station today – July 2nd – and Wednesday, July 3rd, from 9 a.m. till 8 in the evening. The Casano Community Center is located at 314 Chestnut Street and anyone needing more information […]

Spring Toys Repaired. Acker Park Re-Opens.

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Published: July 1, 2014
(Acker Park)
Spring Toys Repaired. Acker Park Re-Opens.  | read this item

After being closed for a few days last week, Acker Park is once again open with the two front spring toys back in place. The spring toys had been removed to have them repaired. The park was closed in order to set the concrete base, re-install the rides, and let them settle.

ERS May Return As Recycler Due To Governing Body Breach Of Contract

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Published: June 29, 2014
UC Courthouse
ERS May Return As Recycler Due To Governing Body Breach Of Contract  | read this item

After the closed session of the Regular meeting of Mayor & Council on June 19th, Mayor Accardi, after initially stating there was nothing to disclose then being advised by Borough Attorney Richard Huxford, announced, “We did receive the Court’s decision and the decision was that we need to allow Equipment Rental back on the job to […]

Two Library Board Seats Vacant

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Published: June 29, 2014
(RPVML 2)
Two Library Board Seats Vacant  | read this item

The resignation of both Karl Ardler and Ann Hebbe from the Roselle Park Veterans Memorial Library Board of Trustees has opened up two seats to join the Library Board. Karl Ardler was just appointed for a four-year term that will end on December 31, 2017. Ann Hebbe was appointed in 2011 to complete the unexpired […]

Stender Lawsuit Settled For $65,000

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Published: June 28, 2014
Lawsuit
Stender Lawsuit Settled For $65,000  | read this item

The governing body approved to settled a lawsuit brought about by Roselle Park Municipal Court Administrator Maria Stender, who sued the municipality for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The settlement amount was $65,000. Ms. Stender, who is currently Roselle Park’s Court Administrator and will be retiring at the end of this month, filed […]

East Grant Avenue Project Comes In $111,427.28 Under Budget

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Published: June 28, 2014
(East Grant Avenue)
East Grant Avenue Project Comes In $111,427.28 Under Budget  | read this item

The governing Body passed Resolution 119-14, that reduces the amount for the East Grant Avenue project by over 15% for an amount of $111,427.28. Cifelli & Son General Contracting, out of Nutley, completed the last phase of the East Grant Avenue Improvements – Phase IIIA. The project dealt with the milling and repaving of East […]

Home Generators Now Allowed In The Borough

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Published: June 28, 2014
(Permanent Generator)
Home Generators Now Allowed In The Borough  | read this item

During Superstorm Sandy, with power being out in many homes throughout the borough for more than two weeks, people used portable generators to power their homes and afterwards, some residents decided to have permanent generators installed on their property to prevent power loss for any reason in the future. Unfortunately, it was discovered that those […]

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