HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The Tuesday evening Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council meeting was almost as busy as being Hasbrouck Heights “Police Chief For a Day” for Liliana Riordan.  Riordan, served as Hasbrouck Heights “Chief for Day” as part of the Bergen County “Chief For a Day” program on Friday, June 7.

As the first order of business during the Council meeting Tuesday, Mayor Jack DeLorenzo administered the oath of office to Chief Riordan. Councilwoman Josephine Cioccia then presented Riordan with a proclamation from the Council, followed by Hasbrouck Heights Police Chief Michael Colaneri Sr. presenting Riordan with a plaque form the HHPD.

The Council also approved the appointments of Marc Pagan from Jr. Firefighter to Member of the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department, and Steven Salerno as a member of the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.

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Mayor Jack DeLorenzo was appointed to the Community Development Regional Committee, with Michael Kronyak as his alternate.  Justin DiPisa was also nominated as the Municipal Representative, with Ron Kistner serving as the Alternate Representative.

Director of Recreation Rob Brady was nominated as Hasbrouck Heights to the Open Space Trust Municipal Program Regional Committee.

Michael Sickels was nominated to the Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board Alternate position.

All nominations were passed unanimously by the Council.


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