Week in Review: Burglaries Down, Bridges Students Shine and Traffic Troubles for Landmark
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Monday, June 11
Over 120 vendors peddled goodies for hundreds of happy folks last Sunday at the Fair Lawn Street Fair.
Radburn train station is one of four statewide that will be a target of increased enforcement for trespassing.
Tuesday, June 12
Eric Keller, the Landmark's traffic engineer, said to reconstruct the traffic signal at Berdan Avenue and Plaza Road will cost between $180,000 and $200,000.
There were eight recorded burglaries in Fair Lawn in May, down from the previous two months where burglaries numbered in the double digits, according to crime reports provided by the police department.
Wednesday, June 13
The latest Bridges music video, "Who I Am," about the struggles we all face to articulate inner feelings and emotions, premiered on Monday at the high school.
A Paramus police officer arrested an 18-year old Fair Lawn man on drug charges after spotting him and a female minor in a parked vehicle at the Rt. 4 Wendy's parking lot. Police say the vehicle had "the odor of burned marijuana" emanating from it.
Thursday, June 14
The lawsuit alleges that the votes of Mayor Jeanne Baratta and Deputy Mayor Ed Trawinski to replace former municipal judge David Lafferty were made as retribution.
Two men charged in a robbery in Yonkers Wednesday had allegedly planned to hit a Chase Bank in Fair Lawn in the future.
During Monday's Planning Board hearing on the Daly Field development, a number of residents questioned the safety of a crosswalk proposed at the intersection of Plaza Road and Ramsey Terrace.
Friday, June 15
Detective Jeff Welsh has been honored as the VFW National Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.