Week in Review: New Hours, New Contracts and A Little Tax Relief
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Starting June 30, the recycling center will extend its operating hours on the weekends, but will be closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Bruce Watson, superintendent of Fair Lawn Public Schools, will return for the 2012-2013 school year.
One woman was taken to the hospital with head pain Wednesday night after the car she was driving collided with another at the intersection of Broadway and Fair Lawn Parkway, and rolled over.
A budget amendment that passed on first reading Tuesday will offset the proposed increase in taxes on the average assessed home by 9 percent.
Borough manager Tom Metzler signed his official contract on Wednesday, which pays him $140,000 per year to start.
If the weather cooperates next Monday, the borough's annual fireworks display at Memorial Park will go off without a hitch. The town is just likely to pick up more of the cost this year than it has in years past.
Patch took a trip to Memorial Pool to speak with residents and the pool's director on what to expect this summer.
Fair Lawn High School valedictorian Irada Yunusova is headed to Rutgers in the fall to pursue a career in psychological research.