Free Street Meter Parking Until January 4th

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Published: December 13, 2018
Free Street Meter Parking Until January 4th  | read this item

The annual practice of providing free meter parking on the streets of Roselle Park in the area locally known as the t-district for the year-end holiday season will be in effect from tomorrow, December 14th for three weeks. Resolution 337-18 was passed unanimously by council at last week’s meeting. This provision will have the Roselle […]

December 10th Meeting To Interview Service Professionals

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Published: December 10, 2018
December 10th Meeting To Interview Service Professionals  | read this item

The governing body has scheduled two (2) special meetings this month to interview for 16 professional service contracts for the coming year. This will be the second year that this new process of having the entire governing body being able to directly speak as a group to those wanting to serve the borough will occur. […]

RP 12-U Fallball Allstars Recognized For Championship

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Published: December 8, 2018
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The Roselle Park 12-U Fallball Allstars were given Certificates of Recognition for winning this season’s Fallball Championship. The 12-girl team had a bumpy start according to Second Ward Councilman Joseph Petrosky who said during the presentation, “During the summer it was so-so and the girls improved so much and it came to Fall Ball and […]

2 Resignations & 1 Promotion For Crossing Guards

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Published: December 8, 2018
2 Resignations & 1 Promotion For Crossing Guards  | read this item

At Thursday night’s municipal meeting, the governing body officially accepted the resignation of two crossing guards and promoted one alternate crossing guard. Michael Maiorelli’s resignation as an Alternate Crossing Guard which already took effect on November 21st was retroactively accepted.  Crossing Guard Thomas Thompson submitted his resignation effective December 3rd and that was accepted retroactively […]

Council Recognizes Knights Of The Year

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Published: December 8, 2018
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At the November 29th Mayor & Council meeting, Roselle Park residents Greg Delano and Joseph DeMarco were recognized for being named the 2019 Knights of the Year by the Monsignor Joseph F. Loreti Council of the Knights of Columbus. Greg Delano serves as the council’s Chancellor and Joseph DeMarco is the Advocate for the Knights […]

Council Votes To Approve Romerovski Amendment To Redeveloper’s Agreement

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Published: December 7, 2018
Council Votes To Approve Romerovski Amendment To Redeveloper's Agreement  | read this item

After a closed session at the end of last night’s municipal meeting, council unanimously approved the amendment to the redeveloper’s agreement for the property locally known as the Romerovski property. A little after 11 p.m., the governing body came back into open session for the public from their executive session and, without comment or discussion, […]

Council To Review & Vote On Hunter Redevelopment Plan

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Published: December 4, 2018
Council To Review & Vote On Hunter Redevelopment Plan  | read this item

The governing body is set to review and vote to approve (or deny) the redevelopment plan for the project “West Webster Avenue Area 1” which is locally known as the Hunter property. The parcels of land involved are on West Webster Avenue next to the train tracks across from 7-Eleven and run from Locust Street […]

Five Car Burglaries Reported This Morning On East Side Of Town

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Published: December 3, 2018
Five Car Burglaries Reported This Morning On East Side Of Town  | read this item

The Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) received five (5) reported motor vehicle burglaries this morning between 4 and 5 o’clock this morning. One attempted stolen vehicle that was interrupted by a homeowner, one vehicle that was stolen was located minutes later crashed into a tree approximately one block away, and another vehicle that was stolen […]

Sue Geurcio, RPPD Chief Morrison, and Sgt. Breuninger Set To Retire

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Published: December 3, 2018
Sue Geurcio, RPPD Chief Morrison, and Sgt. Breuninger Set To Retire  | read this item

According to agenda released for meetings the school board and mayor & council this week, three high-level employees of the borough have submitted their notices of retirement. Roselle Park School District (RPSD) Business Administrator Susan Guercio has given notice of her retirement date effective July 1, 2019; which is the start of the next school […]

Property/Sewer Taxes Can Now Be Paid Online With Credit Card

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Published: December 3, 2018
Property/Sewer Taxes Can Now Be Paid Online With Credit Card  | read this item

Residents can, as of December 1st, pay their property and sewer taxes online at the Roselle Park official website. In the works since last year, the functionality to pay with a credit card or electronic check from the borough’s website has been activated. Clicking on the link under Departments>Tax Collector, visitors can click on “Online […]

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