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Within the next few weeks, the borough hopes to have coordinated a plan to clear debris from the historic Naugle House and move forward with developing the site's preservation plan.
Former governor of Massachusetts is Republican Party nominee for President of the United States.
Judge rules complaint against Teaneck Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen, the Democratic challenger to Rep. Scott Garrett, can move forward.
The borough will mail out a four-page survey to all property owners on Sept. 1 asking residents what services they need and what services they can live without.
Booker said at a Democratic County Committee event in Fair Lawn Wednesday that although he's focused on running Newark for now, he's strongly considering seeking higher office in the future.
Government, Police & Fire
County Executive announces plans to move Bergen County’s police department and Department of Public Works to Paramus to better utilize county space and save tax payers up to $46 million.
Republican congressman says law is attack on the economy.
The borough should expect to collect $1,072,586 more in taxes from just its top 10 taxpayers alone this year.
Employment and revenue lag, while pension gap, debt, and infrastructure needs are high
The two Democratic Freeholders have both said they’re undecided on whether to merge the two law enforcement departments, but they both say they want voters to be able to decide.
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