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City of Parkland Releases Update on Heron Bay Property

July 6, 2022

PARKLAND, FL- The City of Parkland and Mayor Rich Walker released a statement on Wednesday regarding last week's Special Commission meeting about the Heron Bay property.

In the Statement, the City outlines what happened at the meeting and what the next steps forward are for the City if it were to acquire the Heron Bay property.

The Statement says:

"On Thursday evening the ...

Fair Lawn Council Agrees to Dip Toes Into Pilot Water Treatment for Public Wells

FAIR LAWN, NJ - The borough’s in-house engineers have proposed a pilot study that addresses the bacteria in the community’s well water, which would likely save the borough "a lot of money."

During the council meeting on June 14, the council considered their plan of action to revive three wells that have been closed off to Fair Lawn residents since ...

Red Bank Charter Study Commission to Discuss Draft Report

RED BANK, NJ: The Charter Study Commission will hold a hybrid (online and in-person), meeting tonight, Wednesday, July 6, 6:30pm.

According to the AGENDA, the Commission will vote on a resolution to go into Executive Session with Commission attorney Michael Collins providing legal advice on the CSC’s future processes and draft report.

After the Executive Session, committee ...

Marriage and Civil Union Fees Waived Until 2023

TRENTON, NJ -  Governor Murphy signed a bill into law waiving fees for marriage and civil union licenses from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.  

Currently, a $3 fee and $25 fee is collected when issuing a marriage or civil union license. Under the bill, both of these fees would be waived for one year. The bill appropriates $2 million to reimburse ...

Marriage and Civil Union Fees Waived Until 2023

TRENTON, NJ -  Governor Murphy signed a bill into law waiving fees for marriage and civil union licenses from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.  

Currently, a $3 fee and $25 fee is collected when issuing a marriage or civil union license. Under the bill, both of these fees would be waived for one year. The bill appropriates $2 million to reimburse ...

East Brunswick: What Do You Do When Your Neighbors Let their Property Decline?

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Colonial Oaks neighborhood of East Brunswick has been called the township's "Diamond District."  It is an established neighborhood of expensive, well-maintained homes off Dunham's Corner Road forming a quiet zone of suburban life.  However, at a recent Township Council meeting, some homes in the neighborhood became the subject of ...

Residents Question Springfield's Stance on Eliminating Ash Trees in Town

SPRINGFIELD, NJ -- In response to the township administrator's assertion that Springfield's ash trees must go, several residents spoke out at last week's Springfield Township Committee meeting.

"All ash trees are gonna have to go because they're infected. No other town surrounding us is trying to treat them. It's extremely expensive," Springfield Township ...

State Financial Support to Paterson Means Higher Taxes, City Official Explains

PATERSON, NJ – The Sayegh Administration recently presented a draft $256 million budget covering the city’s expenses from January through December 2022. The spending plan includes a 2% tax increase as mandated by the State of New Jersey in return for Paterson’s receipt of Transitional Aid.

In a presentation made to the Paterson City Council on June 22, Business ...

Truck Shortage Sends Yorktown Highway Superintendent on Trip to Chicago

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Dave Paganelli had a turbulent 24 hours in the Windy City. On the weekend of June 17, the Yorktown highway superintendent flew out to a truck dealership outside of Chicago to inspect three new trucks the town purchased and faced a few setbacks along the way.

“Everything I do ends up being an adventure,” he said. “Whether by my own doing or whatever the ...

Camden Drivers: Expect Delays

CAMDEN, NJ — Starting today, driving around in the city’s Woodlynne-Centerville neighborhoods may be more of a challenge due to ongoing utility repairs.

Crews from PSE&G are making repairs to underground natural gas mains in the vicinity of Mt. Ephraim and Ferry Avenues from today through Tuesday, July 12. Daily work hours are 7 am until 4 pm.

Drivers may encounter ...

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