Driver Charged in Route 208 Crash, Senior Housing Plan and Site Merger Top This Week's News

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Daniel Nunez, 27, was arrested and charged in connection with a drunk driving collision that injured three victims Monday morning.

A judge will determine whether Fair Lawn's amended Affordable Housing Plan meets Fair Housing Act Standards. The revised plan would remove all affordable units from the incoming Fair Lawn Promenade development and transfer them to the Hadco/KEM site, making it entirely affordable senior housing.

Fair Lawn Patch added the adjoining township of Saddle Brook to its coverage area on Thursday, to create a combined Fair Lawn-Saddle Brook Patch site.

A fire on Loretto Avenue Tuesday night caused significant damage to the rear of the structure and will displace its inhabitants indefinitely.

Fair Lawn's council approved the submission of an additional grant for the skate park that would require a $50,000 borough match, if approved and received from the county.

John Zotollo, a 14-year veteran of the Saddle Brook Detective Bureau, has been promoted to Lieutenant and will now serve as a tour commander for one of the department's three patrol squads.

Sgt. Leigh Cadigan, one of three Saddle Brook police officers who received promotions this week, was a cross-country star at Rutgers during his college days.

Longtime Fair Lawn resident Stuart Pace won the NFL's Fan Flag Challenge and will carry out a flag he personally designed for his favorite NFL team, the Miami Dolphins, on the NFL's opening night.


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