HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Are you ready for the first full week of summer? Well, after Wood-Ridge’s graduation on Wednesday and Hasbrouck Heights on Friday, this week is the first week that the kids are home from school. No school means no high school sports, for a short period of time at least.
But there is plenty else going on during the week.
Monday evening is the Wood-Ridge Board of Education meeting. WIll the board announce the new Athletic Director to the public? If you don’t go to the meeting Monday, check out TAPinto on Tuesday to find out.
The Farmers’ Market makes its second appearance of the season in Hasbrouck Heights on Tuesday from 12 to 6 pm at the municipal parking lot on Central Avenue and the Boulevard. After the farmer’s market, the Municipal Building will be the center of attention Tuesday night as the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council meets. The application of Prime Developers development of the property across from the Swim Club on Oldfield Avenue will be heard by the Council for approval.
As the month comes to an end, the State of New Jersey budget has to be agreed to or there maybe a shutdown. Right now the Governor does not agree with the Senate Budget. If the Senate Budget gets passed, Hasbrouck Heights could get an additional one million in funding for schools, while published data suggests that Wood-Ridge gets only a six percent increase. We will keep you informed as to the impact to Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge if a budget does get passed. And if we have a shutdown, we will how it impacts residents of the area.
Wednesday Night is Teen Night at the Hasbrouck Heights pool, which opens for its first full week on Monday.
Thursday night will be explosive, as the Hasbrouck Heights Fireworks Display, sponsored by the Lions Club, will be held at Depken Field. Also scheduled for a meeting is the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
So keep in touch with TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge for all your developments during the week.