Week in Review: Daly Field Approved, Man Convicted on Toddler Molestation Charges
Here's what happened this week.
The planning board unanimously approved Landmark's 165-unit housing development off Plaza Road. The board added several conditions –notably in better integrating affordable housing units – the developer must meet for construction to commence. Neighbors are vowing to fight the approval.
John Katsigiannis could face up to 20 years in prison after a Hackensack jury found he sexually assaulted a 15-month-old girl at a barbecue he hosted five years ago.
Fair Lawn Board of Education challenger Mark Spindel will join challenger Jeff Klein and incumbent Eugene Banta on the board next year. Spindel and Klein have both advocated for full-day kindergarten.
Borough Manager Tim Metzler believes Fair Lawn officials communicated well with residents and handled operations effectively during Super Storm Sandy.
After provisional and absentee ballot tallying, Saddle Brook Councilman Andrew Cimiluca maintained his seat by eight votes, but Omar Rodriguez might ask for a recount.
Overtime costs account for roughly $150,000 in Fair Lawn, but officials say FEMA grants should cover the majority of expenses.