Yes Roselle Park, There Is A Santa Claus

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Published: December 24, 2014
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Yes Roselle Park, There Is A Santa Claus  | read this item

Gift. The word is defined as ‘something voluntarily transferred by one person to another without compensation’. In today’s America, more and more that word has come with a dollar sign attached to it; we end up focusing on the number of presents as opposed to the wonder of the experience; quantity over quality. And then there are times […]

Realty Appraisal Company Awarded $239,000 Contract For Revaluation

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Published: December 19, 2014
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Realty Appraisal Company Awarded $239,000 Contract For Revaluation  | read this item

At the last scheduled Mayor & Council meeting of 2014 last night, the governing body voted to approve Realty Appraisal Company as the firm to handle the townwide revaluation starting next year for $239,000 – less than half of what was originally budgeted. One of Mayor Joseph Accardi’s objectives ever since being voted into office […]

Evening One-Seat Ride Now Scheduled To Begin January 12th

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Published: December 19, 2014
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Evening One-Seat Ride Now Scheduled To Begin January 12th  | read this item

The second phase of the Raritan Valley Railway Coalition (RVRC) objective to have complete One-Seat Ride to New York City is now slated to start on the evening of Monday, January 12th. Originally anticipated to begin last month, NJ TRANSIT announced in October that evening One-Seat Ride (OSR) service would be postponed due to budgetary […]

Bid For Vegetative Waste Services Due End Of January

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Published: December 14, 2014
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Bid For Vegetative Waste Services Due End Of January  | read this item

Bids for the borough’s vegetative waste services will be due by 11 a.m. on Wednesday, January 28, 2015. Vegetative Waste is defined as waste materials from farms, plant nurseries, and greenhouses that are produced from the raising of plants. This waste includes such crop residues as plant stalks, hulls, leaves, and tree waste processed through a […]

Free Parking In Downtown For The Holiday Season

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Published: December 5, 2014
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Free Parking In Downtown For The Holiday Season  | read this item

As is the annual custom, the governing body last night voted to approve the covering up of parking meters in the downtown business area for the Christmas holiday season. The monthlong shopping incentive starts today and goes through the new year till January 5th. The downtown area runs along Westfield Avenue from Walnut Street to Locust […]

Roselle Park Takes Part In Project Medicine Drop

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Published: November 28, 2014
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Roselle Park Takes Part In Project Medicine Drop  | read this item

The Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) is one of the newest locations to take part in Project Medicine Drop. With the dropbox having been installed earlier in the month, Roselle Park becomes the sixth municipality in Union County to participate year-round in the program with a permanent dropbox.The Statewide initiative is an effort to halt […]

Grand Opening Event At Dancers Pointe

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Published: November 22, 2014
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Grand Opening Event At Dancers Pointe  | read this item

Newly relocated Dancers Pointe will be holding a Grand Opening Event on Saturday, December 6th, between 1 p.m. and 5 in the afternoon. They are located at 122 East Westfield Avenue. Vendors, food, snacks, desserts and drinks – sponsored by many local businesses such as Costa’s Restaurant – will be on-hand to take part in […]