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Autistic Man's Home, Swastika on House, Commuter Parking Top This Week's News

Here's a look at the past week in Fair Lawn and Saddle Brook.

Scott Feldman in his Fair Lawn home. Photo: Jim Leggate
Scott Feldman in his Fair Lawn home. Photo: Jim Leggate

Autistic Fair Lawn Man Could Lose Home

Scott Feldman may not be able to afford to keep his house because of changes to the state program that made it feasible for him to buy the home nearly four years ago.

Vandal Paints Swastika on Fair Lawn Home, Police Say

Police are considering the vandalism a bias incident.

4 Issues With Fair Lawn Commuter Parking Changes

Dozens of Fair Lawn residents attended a meeting about the changes Tuesday. Officials said they may make additional changes after hearing residents' concerns.

Elimination of Health Benefits for Council Members Called 'Political Retribution'

Proposed move would save Fair Lawn $25,000 per year for each member who uses the benefits.

Walmart Shoplifter Had Loaded Gun, Police Say

The gun's serial number had been removed, according to Saddle Brook Police.

$74 Municipal Tax Increase Possible For Average Fair Lawn Homeowner

Fair Lawn officials presented a preliminary $47 million budget this week.

Summonses Expected For Driver Who Hit Girl, Dad

A driver hit the 10-year-old girl and her father while they were crossing Fair Lawn Avenue at Abbott Road Wednesday evening.

Jefferson School Raises $17K For American Heart Association

The school was recently recognized for last year's successful "Hoops For Heart" program.

Hindi Story Time Returns to Fair Lawn Library

The program started with three story times this fall.

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