Court Rulings on Health Benefits, Senior Housing Top This Week's News
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A judge Friday denied a request to halt the printing of election ballots for November. The request was sought by a group of residents who petitioned to have two ordinances regarding health benefits for part-time elected and appointed officials included on the ballot.
A judge Tuesday ruled in favor of an amendment to the borough's affordable housing plan, clearing the path for an affordable unit swap between two developers that would create senior housing in Fair Lawn.
The man who was found dead Saturday outside a residence on Warren Road has been identified as Donald Borodkin, 65, of Fair Lawn.
Longtime Saddle Brook councilman Joseph Setticase (D) withdrew his name from the ballot less than two months before the election. His replacement on the ballot will be Democrat Joseph Camilleri.
Anthony Burgos, 34, was sworn in as a Fair Lawn police officer at Tuesday's council meeting.
LukOil station owners across New Jersey staged a protest Wednesday claiming their suppliers overcharge them for motor fuel.
Jerzey Tat, a River Road tattoo parlor that opened last November, will close up shop in Fair Lawn at the end of next month citing a exorbitant rent increase.
Verler McEachin, 50, of Paterson, has been arrested and charged in connection with three thefts in Fair Lawn.
As of Tuesday, Sept. 11, about 11 percent of Fair Lawn resident surveys had been returned. The borough was told that a 3 percent return should be considered a success.
Readers were asked to select which of Fair Lawn's many parks was the most beautiful, in their estimation. B Park won, with Berdan Grove and Memorial Park finishing second and third, respectively.