HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Get ready for a little al fresco dining on the Boulevard, even if it's for one night.
The Borough of Hasbrouck Heights, a cooperative effort between the Mayor and Council, Hasbrouck Heights Police and Fire Departments, and Regional Chamber of Commerce, will offer one night of outdoor dining on Thursday, July 2. Restaurants will set up tables and chairs on the sidewalk and in the on-street parking spots, thus expanding the footprint of their businesses as outlined by Governor Murphy when he permitted outdoor dining on June 3.
The Boulevard will be closed at 4:30 p.m., from Madison Avenue to Division Avenue. In addition to restaurants, other merchants along the Boulevard will also be open. The roadway will re-open at 9:30 p.m.
Coordinated by Councilman Ron Kistner, he recommended restaurants offer reservations for the evening.
Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce president Ray Vorisek lauded the evening.
"The problem with so many things over the past three months is it took so long be implemented, they needed to be done now," said Vorisek. "That's exactly what took place, as Ron (Kistner) acted on this as quick as possible and implemented it within days."
"Hopefully we can continue this in the future," he said.
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