HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  Hasbrouck Heights Councilwoman Josephine Cicoia, who serves as Council President and as part of the Police Commission, released the following statement following Tuesday's Tropical Storm Isaias, and its aftermath.  A large portion of Hasbrouck Heights suffered intermittent power outages, and street were blocked off while power crews took care of downed power lines, trees and branches.


Dear Residents of Hasbrouck Heights,

First of all, I hope that everyone is safe! This year has presented many challenges, to us here in Hasbrouck Heights, as well as around the globe. Tropical Storm Isaias was no exception! Hasbrouck Heights was hit quite severely with downed trees, blocked roadways and loss of power. Hopefully, by now, all of us have had our electricity restored and are in the process of cleaning up.

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Thanks to the efforts of the Police Department, Fire Department and Department of Public Works, along with the residents of Hasbrouck Heights, we weathered yet another storm, literally!

If you should need any assistance, please contact the Borough Clerk’s Office (201)288-0195, DPW (201)288-1072 or the Police Desk at (201) 288-1000 (for non-emergencies).

Stay safe, stay strong!

Josephine Ciocia
Council President


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