Monday, April 2
The borough has been awarded just over $146,000 from the state for pedestrian safety improvements.
Council approved authorization of an out-of-court settlement of the lawsuit brought against the borough by former police Sgt. Michael Messina.
Tuesday, April 3
Fair Lawn High School's Fashion Club held its fourth annual Fashion Show on Tuesday night. Click here for behind-the-scenes photos of some of the night's models getting made up.
Repetitively flooded residents aired their concerns about sewage backup and home buyouts at a public meeting last week.
Wednesday, April 4
As a result of her extraordinary fundraising efforts, Fair Lawn resident Maureen Kennedy’s picture will appear on 150,000 special edition Cheerios boxes at participating ShopRite stores on the East Coast.
Council is requesting that all local non-profits provide financial statements as a prerequisite of consideration for borough funding.
Thursday, April 5
Borough manager Tom Metzler urged council to act now to make up a $900,000 shortfall in next year's budget or risk disastrous results in the future.
Friday, April 6
The placement of 38 flood-prone properties on the Recreation and Open Space Inventory (ROSI) list makes them eligible to be bought out with Green Acres money from the state.
Residents will be allowed to sponsor a handful of out-of-towners who can then purchase a season pass at Memorial Pool this summer.