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Ridgewood NJ, Prescription Take Back sponsored by DEA, will take place at the Ridgewood Police Department, Saturday 27th from 10AM to 2PM. Drop off any prescription medications at the Ridgewood Police Department and they will dispose of them for you. This semi-annual collection helps keep dangerous drugs away from children and ensures that they are disposed of correctly.
Assistance with Canadian Geese Nests on Your Property Through the Use of GeesePeace
Ridgewood NJ, The Village of Ridgewood recognizes that there is a great conflict with geese overpopulation in our area, and its effect on the quality of life of our residents. GeesePeace works to help control the rapidly increasing Canada geese population. Residents are encouraged to contact Health Officer, Dawn Cetrulo email@example.com or 201 670-5500 ext. 245 if you have a problem with the geese on your property and/or are interested in volunteering for GeesePeace work in the Village of Ridgewood.
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Longboat Key Fl, David F. Bolger, 86, of Longboat Key, Florida and Ridgewood, NJ passed away peacefully with his family by his side on December 29th, 2018. David was born on August 12, 1932 in Alliquippa, Pennsylvania to John Theodore & Coby Bunge Bolger. David was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and an Air Force Veteran and served as Chairman of Bolger and Company for forty one years. He is survived by his Loving Children Betsie (Jon) Bolger-Mott, John (Megan) Bolger, J.T. (Bevin) Bolger and six grandchildren. He is also survived by his twin sister Barbara (William) Collett, Sister Betty Fleming, and Brother Daniel (Linda) Bolger and many nieces and nephews. He was pre-deceased by his parents and his brother Bill. Donations to West Bergen Mental Health, Valley Hospital, or the Women’s Club of Ridgewood would be appreciated. The Family will receive guests at CC Van Emburgh on Thursday January 3rd from 1-4 and 6:30-9, with service at West Side Presbyterian Church on Friday January 4, at 11:00am. Interment will be private. Service information can also be found at www.vanemburgh.com
file photo by Boyd Loving
“With the declining tax base, who is going to pay for all of these excessive salaries and benefits (platinum health care, very generous pension & unused sick leave payouts) negotiated in bad faith by the public sector unions ?”
“States with lower state & local taxes make much more sense for businesses to invest given the SALT deduction limits of $10,000 on their employees hurt them in high tax states like NJ.”
“The average residential property tax in Ridgewood is actually now $18,000 as of 2018/19 tax year… just as state & local tax deductions are limited to $10,000. What are the BOE and Village Council doing to help Ridgewood families keep food on their tables and gas in their cars given higher commuter pass costs, tolls, higher parking permit fees, higher Graydon and tennis pass fees, etc? And where are the vaunted schools & Village services those taxes are paying for ? In the tank.”