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September 25, 2022

ROSELLE, NJ – Various borough meetings are taking place this week. Click the links below for meeting information including date, time, place and link to the agenda if available. 9/26 Roselle Board of Education Meeting (agenda included) 9/26 Zoning Board Meeting (agenda included) 9/27 5th ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – Mayor Donald Shaw and Councilman John Fortuna presented Craig Smith with a proclamation during Wednesday’s council meeting. Smith will be retiring from the Roselle Department of Public Works after 35 years of service to the borough.   Smith started his career in Roselle on February ...

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  ROSELLE, NJ - Below are details for the meetings scheduled for the Borough of Roselle this coming week... PLANNING BOARD SPECIAL MEETING Tuesday, September 20, 6:30 p.m. Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88205458016 Meeting ID: 882 0545 8016. For individuals who cannot join on Zoom, ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - The Borough of Roselle held a ceremony to honor the lives lost during the tragic events of 9/11. Local leaders, First Responders and members of the community gathered at Borough Hall in front of a "Roselle Remembers" banner to remember the terrorist attacks that happened 21 years ago ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - The next Roselle Council Workshop Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Borough Hall. The meeting will consist of department reports, public comment, an executive session (not open to the public), a proclamation, ordinances on introduction/first reading, ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC) mobile unit will be making a stop in Roselle on September 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Borough Hall, 210 Chestnut Street. There will only be 40 spots available so registration is highly recommended. Click this link to reserve your ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – The Roselle Library will be moving to its temporary location on August 25 as the current building is being vacated in preparation for the upcoming expansion and renovation. The library will now be located at 129 Chestnut St. in Roselle. Library services will be available at the ...

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The Borough of Roselle Park is looking to hire two law enforcement professionals to serve as a Class II Special Law Enforcement Officers (SLEOs).  These SLEOs will mainly work within Roselle Park School District facilities as part of their security team. Per the Borough job ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – There are four positions available within the Borough of Roselle and applications are currently being accepted. Anyone interested in applying can download the form from the Borough website by clicking here. Paper applications are also available at Borough Hall, 210 Chestnut St., in ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – As the Roselle Library prepares for a very exciting renovation and expansion, they are asking residents to complete a survey to share their feedback about library services. To fill out the survey, please click this link. The Roselle Library has started clearing out some sections of ...

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ – NJ Transit received $814 million from the state budget surplus and has approved $27 million of that money for improvements to the Roselle Park station. The project will include platform replacement, repairs to access stairs, customer-facing upgrades and accessibility improvements ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – On July 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Mobile Unit will be in the Roselle Borough Hall parking lot, located at 210 Chestnut Street, assisting Roselle residents with various motor vehicle services. Roselle residents can register by clicking on this link to ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – New Jersey residents who are registered to vote have the option of in-person early voting for the Primary Election. Residents can vote at any mass voting location in their county. One of those location is the Amalfe Center in Roselle at 1268 Shaffer Ave.  Residents can show up to vote ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - Roselle’s new automated trash collection for household solid waste began on the eastside of Roselle on May 2. Collection on the eastside is once per week on Thursdays. Westside residents can expect their cart and calendar to be delivered during the week of July 11. Westside weekly ...

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  ROSELLE, NJ - The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC) mobile unit will be making 3 visits to Roselle in the next few months. On May 6, July 21, and September 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the mobile unit will be at Borough Hall, 210 Chestnut Street. “These visits from the mobile unit ...

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ROSELLE, NJ – On Monday, March 21, 2022, Councilwoman-at-Large Denise Wilkerson and 4th Ward Councilwoman Cindy Thomas submitted their nominating petitions to the Municipal Clerk, officially launching their re-election campaign to continue serving the residents of Roselle. In their time on Council, ...

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ROSELLE, NJ - Separate meetings in the next week will have a major impact on the Borough's plan to deliver more services to the community and make the Borough more attractive to prospective residents.  Fifth Ward Councilman John Fortuna has invited Roselle Library Director Marie Ryan to discuss ...

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Roselle, NJ - With an eye towards the future and moving in a new direction, the Mayor and Borough Council seek to revamp the administration by filling various crucial vacancies.   On February 15th through their official website, the Borough posted the Deputy Administrator position, the Chief ...

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  Roselle, NJ - On, or about March 7th the Gordon Street Bridge will be closed for construction. The project goes beyond the usual repairs. This is a full replacement that is expected to take approximately 18 months with reopening anticipated in July 2023. Built in 1911, the truss bridge is ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — Leaders in the Borough of Roselle are encouraging eligible residents to apply for the Excluded New Jerseyans Fund (ENJF). The deadline is Monday, February 28. Assemblyman Rev. Reginald Atkins (D - District 20) discussed the program with neighbors and assisted with applications at a ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — The Roselle Public Library is about to undergo a major expansion and renovation. When completed, the $11 million project will add a second floor, update HVAC systems and lighting, enhance Wi-Fi and add cutting-edge technology. The library will also be fully ADA accessible with a ramp ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — Leaders in the Roselle donated face masks to students at Washington Elementary School. More than 2,000 disposable face masks were delivered Tuesday morning by Fourth Ward Councilman Cindy Thomas and Council President Denise Wilkerson. Principal Marianne Tankard received the ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — Theresa Candido, known as "Mama," has been a staple of Roselle for almost four decades. Now that the owner of Mama's Gourmet Pizza has announced her retirement, leaders in the community recognized her at the January 19 Borough Council meeting. “Today, we celebrate her retirement ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — The Borough of Roselle will receive $1.2 million to help pay for improvements at Home Terrace Park.  The money is part of state legislation passed on Monday, January 10 called Preserve New Jersey Green Acres Fund. “This project is critical to revitalizing our community; it’s ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Former Roselle Mayor Reginald Atkins was sworn in to the General Assembly on Tuesday.  He represents the 20th Legislative District, serving neighbors in Roselle, Elizabeth, Hillside and Union Township. “In every one of my endeavors – as a pastor, as a businessman, and as a ...

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ — Roselle Park Mayor Joe Signorello is congratulating the Community Food Pantry for serving neighbors in 2021. The center provided food for more than 150 residents last year, including baskets during Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hurricane Ida.  The Community Food Pantry ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — The Borough of Roselle has announced a mandatory vaccination policy for all municipal employees.  Mayor Donald Shaw says it follows the increase of COVID-19 cases. “We are implementing this new policy as a precautionary measure for the Borough to help stay in front of the rise of ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Seven of the 10 municipalities with wards in the county will have the lines of their local districts redrawn following the release of 2020 Census Bureau data, the administrator for the Union County Board of Elections said. Board of Elections Administrator Nicole DiRado said ...

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ROSELLE, NJ — Three Roselle residents are being honored for their volunteer work with the Roselle Public Library and service to the community. “I’d like to once again thank all of these individuals for their service to our community and especially those who supported our library through this ...

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ROSELLE PARK — Roselle Park Borough leaders held their final council meeting of 2021.  During the meeting, they honored a Roselle native who is serving the community. Steve Thompson, former Fire Deputy Chief of Central House Co. Number 2, was appointed to the position of Probationary Patrolman ...

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