Driveway Paving Application Approved By MLUB

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Published: November 15, 2014
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Driveway Paving Application Approved By MLUB  | read this item

In August of this year, the Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB) approved an application to repave an existing driveway at a residential property on Faitoute Avenue. Since May, Jose and Jessica Ortega had been back and forth four times to see Mrs. Lynn Vinegra, the Borough’s Zoning Officer, to provide documentation to try and prevent what […]

PBA/SOA/Clerical Contracts Negotiated

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Published: November 10, 2014
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PBA/SOA/Clerical Contracts Negotiated  | read this item

At Thursday night’s Mayor & Council, the governing body passed three (3) resolutions approving the Collective Bargaining Agreements between the municipality and the police department and clerical personnel. The final step is to approve three (3) ordinances – one for the PBA (Police Benevolent Association), one for the SOA (Superior Officers Association), and one for […]

Bid Specs For Townwide Revaluation Being Finalized

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Published: November 9, 2014
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Bid Specs For Townwide Revaluation Being Finalized  | read this item

According to the First Ward Councilman and Finance Chair Andrew Casais, the bid specifications for the town wide revaluation are being finalized and within the coming week, it should go out for bid. The last part needed to move forward with the reval, as it is commonly known, was having the borough’s tax maps certified […]

Council Approves Mayor’s May 5th Acceptance Of MLUB Resignation

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Published: November 8, 2014
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Council Approves Mayor's May 5th Acceptance Of MLUB Resignation  | read this item

At the November 6th Mayor & Council meeting, the governing body approved by Resolution 221-14 the resignation of Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB) member Ralph Ortiz. The resolution comes almost six (6) months after Mayor Joseph Accardi formally accepted Mr. Ortiz’s resignation at a May 15th M&C meeting. The reason for the resolution, according to […]

DVDs Now Can Be Taken Out From From Library For A Week

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Published: October 26, 2014
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DVDs Now Can Be Taken Out From From Library For A Week  | read this item

The Roselle Park Veterans Memorial Library (RPVML) Board of Trustees passed a resolution this Wednesday to increase the number of days that patrons can check mainstream DVD movies out of the library from three days to a week. Citing that the previous policy was in place due to the low number of DVD movies that […]

Aldene Park Receives Almost $60,000 In Grant Money From Freeholders

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Published: October 26, 2014
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Aldene Park Receives Almost $60,000 In Grant Money From Freeholders  | read this item

At the October 16th Mayor & Council meeting, Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr – on behalf of the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders – presented the Borough of Roselle Park a ‘check’ for $59,592.50 for improvements to Aldene Park. The park has been a topic of discussion for the last couple of years as to improvements […]

Borough Receives Additional $75,000 Related To Superstorm Sandy

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Published: September 22, 2014
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Borough Receives Additional $75,000 Related To Superstorm Sandy  | read this item

The municipality received an additional $75,000 from FEMA funding allocated by the state this July. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – through its Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) – provided funds to help municipalities address local energy project at critical facilities in towns. The state allocated $13 million in additional funds with most municipalities […]

D’Agostino Lawsuit Still Not Settled 11 Months After Court Signs Off

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Published: September 4, 2014
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D'Agostino Lawsuit Still Not Settled 11 Months After Court Signs Off  | read this item

A month short of a year after a Union County Superior Court Judge signed off on Docket UNN-L-001903-10, effectively closing the case, and a copy of a handwritten agreement submitted to the courts, the case of D’Agostino vs. Roselle Park has not been resolved by the municipality’s governing body. The lawsuit was brought against the municipality […]

Governing Body Looking To Pass Bulk “A La Carte” Pickup Service

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Published: September 4, 2014
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Governing Body Looking To Pass Bulk "A La Carte" Pickup Service  | read this item

Roselle Park’s governing body introduced an ordinance to establish an ‘a la carte’ bulk pickup service at the August 21st Mayor & Council meeting. Ordinance 2414 will set a fee schedule for 11 eleven items – with two of them – furniture and windows – having separate fees for sub-types. A price breakdown is listed […]

August Due Date On Property Tax Bill Incorrect

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Published: July 25, 2014
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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 […]

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