Poll Workers Must Report Number Of Voters Every Two Hours

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Published: November 6, 2018
Poll Workers Must Report Number Of Voters Every Two Hours  | read this item

If anyone going to vote after 8 o’clock in the morning today notices some additional information at their polling station, it is due to new legislation signed into law by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy that will require poll workers to report the number of voters who have voted at each precinct every two hours. […]

Council Postpones Vote On Romerovksi Amendment

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Published: November 5, 2018
Council Postpones Vote On Romerovksi Amendment  | read this item

Resolution 323-18 – which was to authorize the execution of an amendment to the Redeveloper’s Agreement between the Borough of Roselle Park and Roselle Park VP, LLC for what is commonly known as the Romerovski property – was tabled after the closed session at Thursday night’s Mayor & Council meeting. This amendment would have officially […]

Council Refers Hunter Redevelopment Plan To MLUB

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Published: November 4, 2018
Council Refers Hunter Redevelopment Plan To MLUB  | read this item

The Hunter property, officially known as West Webster Avenue Area 1, had its redevelopment plan referred by the governing body under Resolution 308-18 to the Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB) for review and the board’s November 5th meeting. Located across the street from 7-Eleven on West Webster Avenue and running from Locust Street to the […]

Aldene Park Play Surface To Be Replaced

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Published: November 3, 2018
Aldene Park Play Surface To Be Replaced  | read this item

The replacement of the rubber play surface at Aldene Park passed a necessary hurdle Thursday night when council awarded the project to Picerno-Giordano Construction, LLC out of Kenilworth at a budget of $117,150.01. $25,470 will be paid through the Union County Leveling The Playing Fields Grant which was awarded in March of this year (link). […]

Councilwoman Negron Relays NJDOT’s Plan To Improve Westfield Avenue

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Published: November 2, 2018
Councilwoman Negron Relays NJDOT's Plan To Improve Westfield Avenue  | read this item

At the November 1st Mayor & Council meeting, First Ward Councilwoman Jayme Lynn Negron reported to the public during her report that she, Mayor Carl Hokanson, Roselle Park Police Officer James Cantrell, and Neglia Engineering went to Trenton to speak with the New Jersey Department Of Transportation (NJDOT) about improvements to Westfield Avenue. “It’s something […]

Damaged New Park Cinema Marquee To Be Demolished Or Repaired

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Published: November 1, 2018
Damaged New Park Cinema Marquee To Be Demolished Or Repaired  | read this item

The marquee for the New Park Cinema located at West Westfield Avenue is set to come down unless the property owners file a successful appeal, according to sources familiar with the matter. Last month, On October 10th, the closed movie theater was cited with an Order To Vacate due to damage to its marquee and […]

Ordinance On Bamboo Restriction Defeated

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Published: October 31, 2018
Ordinance On Bamboo Restriction Defeated  | read this item

A 21-minute conversation from the dais regarding Ordinance 2549 – which would have limit and place restrictions on bamboo growth in the borough – resulted in the bill being defeated almost unanimously at the October 18th Mayor & Council meeting. The governing body asked the Code Enforcement Official Frank Genova to the podium for the […]

Ordinance 2554: Additions To Roselle Park’s ‘A La Carte” Pick-Up List

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Published: October 30, 2018
Ordinance 2554: Additions To Roselle Park's 'A La Carte" Pick-Up List  | read this item

The addition of over a dozen items to the borough’s a la carte pick-up list has resulted in Ordinance 2554. New items that can be picked up by the Roselle Park Department of Public Works (DPW) for a fee include: Bathtubs ($40 per item) Bedframes & boards ($10 per item) Box springs ($20 per item) […]

DPW Yard Bids Rejected. LSRP Contract Terminated.

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Published: October 29, 2018
DPW Yard Bids Rejected. LSRP Contract Terminated.  | read this item

The issue of providing senior housing to comply with COAH (Coalition On Affordable Housing) regulations was resolved by having the municipality propose senior housing at the current location of the DPW yard. The yard was then to move to the area at the corner of Seaton and Laurel Avenues. All this started almost eight years […]

Businesses Can Meet Economic Development Director On Nov. 8

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Published: October 27, 2018
Businesses Can Meet Economic Development Director On Nov. 8  | read this item

On Thursday, November 8th, Roselle Park businesses will have two opportunities to meet and speak with Beth Anne Macdonald, the borough’s new Economic Development Director. The meet & greet will take place at the Roselle Park Veterans Memorial Library and is open to the business community. There will be two hourly sessions – one in […]

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