Ridgewood NJ, Village Council members were informed on Wednesday night that renovation (or new construction) of the old Elks Club building, which was purchased with the intent of consolidating the majority of Ridgewood Water’s employees into a single location, could cost as much as $3 million. Options range from a simple interior renovation (tagged at $1.7 million), to the construction of a brand new, 4-story building (with an estimated cost of $3 million). Two (2) other renovation/construction options were offered; each with a projected cost of $2.3 million.
Ridgewood NJ, One (1) summons was issued in connection with a Sunday afternoon, 05/19, two (2) vehicle, injury-free crash at the intersection of North Van Dien and Linwood Avenues, Ridgewood that took down a traffic light stanchion. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Ridgewood Police, Ridgewood Fire, Ridgewood EMS, and Ridgewood Emergency Services all responded to the incident. Ambulances traveling to and from The Valley Hospital’s emergency room were re-routed until the stanchion was replaced.
Ridgewood NJ, For the first time in six years, The James Rose Center is seeking a new tenant for the North Studio. This is a rare opportunity for a single person or a couple to live in a very special private indoor-outdoor home within our unique historic modern compound, especially for those with an appreciation for midcentury modern design. The Center is located within walking distance of Ridgewood’s numerous downtown restaurants, as well as NJTransit regional rail and bus lines which offer easy access to Manhattan.
Please. They should be on a timer. Why are we having so many different problems in town. What the hell is going on. It’s amazing. Everything from the lawn not getting cut in town. What is the problem. We can’t even get Porta John’s cleaned out on Maple field. Forget about the lighting. You can’t make this poop up. Well last year the Porta John was over flowing with a duty. Who the hell is in charge.
Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Emergency Services would like to thank the Grace Church of Ridgewood and the Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Ridgewood for all the help and time to landscape our Headquarters yesterday. While the Emergency Services Volunteers were responding to emergency calls in the Village and covering the Ridgewood Baseball Parade, Volunteers from the Grace Church of Ridgewood graciously landscaped around the headquarters of Ridgewood Emergency Services. A great spring clean-up to beautify Ridgewood.
Volunteers helping Volunteers. Thanks to the Village of Ridgewood for the materials and tools to do the job.
Ridgewood NJ, Interesting comings and goings at the Schedler Park property . Looks like a lot of dirt being brought in to form the “Berm” . Hopefully its clean fill , New Jersey contractors are notorious for using virtually anything.
Statement of Compliance with Open Public Meeting Act
Mayor: “Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by a posting on the bulletin board in Village Hall, by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the date and time of this meeting.”
It is the indifference of residents that is killing this town. Spring break or no spring break, those who are interested to vote would have found a way to do it. People who move here anew just do not care to get involved in local issues. They come mainly from metropolitan area and have the typical indifferent mindset. They are under the false impression that everything is prefect in this place they chose to live especially the schools. Half the village has no idea what high density housing is and how the place is being transformed into a mini city or how the RHS is approaching 2000 students and is the size of a small college. Developers and narrow minded local politicians love this kind of place where they can easily make $$$ without any major trouble.
Ridgewood NJ, its seems we write this story over and over . Raymond Gonzalez claims a Ridgewood church, aka World Mission Society Church of God on Godwin Avenue which has been called “cult-like” by some former followers, and allegedly advocates doomsday prophesies, forced abortions and tax fraud, also issues non disclosure agreements to silence dissenters.
Gonzalez signed a non disclosure agreement in early 2012, under the belief he would be “transported into heaven during the apocalypse” later that year, and “would no longer be living in a human body on earth,” according to a Superior Court lawsuit.