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There is chatter on Ridgewood Moms and Dads Facebook Group to “filter” out the dissidents

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Ridgewood NJ, the “Ridgewood Moms and Dads” a controversial Facebook group know for promoting an anti-free speech, far leftist agendas, virtue signalling , and promoting the destruction of the Village of Ridgewood thru high density housing , run by disciples of Paul Aronsohn is now looking to further subvert dissent in the Village by urging members to censor the “agitators “. “Agitators” is defined by anyone who disagrees with the group think leftist ,progressive agenda.

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Chief Justice Rabner Continues Push to Reform Municipal Court System

Jacqueline Laurita in court April 12 testifying about the March 30 brawl.

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Ridgewood NJ, While New Jersey’s municipal court system has made important strides in the fair administration of justice, the effort to reform the Judiciary’s local courts continues, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said Friday.

Delivering his annual State of the Judiciary address before the New Jersey State Bar Association in Atlantic City, Chief Justice Rabner said a forthcoming report from a 38-member Supreme Court committee will propose recommendations to assure that municipal courts serve as a fair and neutral forum for resolving
disputes.

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the fly has learned the park supervisor is refusing to cut the lawn for the library and the fire department

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…the fly finds this amusing that the park supervisor is refusing to cut the lawn for the library and the fire department he says it’s not Ridgewood Parks you should look into it and see what happens so he refuses to do it even though it’s owned by The Village something we’ve been doing for the last 50 years

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Friends of the Ridgewood Library Thanked its 2019 Annual Appeal Donors with a Sushi-themed Cocktail Hour

photo courtesy of Friends of the Ridgewood Library

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Ridgewood NJ, On Friday evening, Friends of the Ridgewood Library thanked its 2019 Annual Appeal donors with a sushi-themed cocktail hour, live music, a documentary screening of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, and discussion with a professor of Japanese studies from Montclair State University. The Library offered many thanks to the Annual Appeal donors, as well as the generous local establishments that donated food and also offered this Fun Fact: this annual event is one of the very few times you can sip cocktails at the library!

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Reader says we “need to be proactive rather than reactive ” in Historic Preservation

photo 11th of May 1647 – Peter Stuyvesant arrives in New Amsterdam

” Anyone who had $275k to purchase and was willing to shell out over $10k in taxes a year could have had this house. It’s been for sale for over a decade until a sheriff’s sale. Why didn’t the BCHS step in before it was falling apart? If they care about the historic homes, they need to be proactive rather than reactive and fight before the new, legal owner(s) buys one of these properties. “

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Village of Ridgewood , Village Council Regular Public Meeting

VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD
VILLAGE COUNCIL
REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING
MAY 8, 2019
8:00 P.M
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1.   Call to Order – Mayor
2.   Statement of Compliance with the Open Public       Meetings Act
3.   Roll Call – Village Clerk
4.   Flag Salute and Moment of Silence
5.   Acceptance of Financial Reports
6.   Approval of Minutes
7.   Proclamations

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Women Busted for Trying to Pass a Counterfeit Bill in Ridgewood

photos courtesy of Boyd Loving;s Facebook page

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Ridgewood NJ, On Monday evening, 05/06, Ridgewood Police took one (1) adult female into custody in connection with an alleged attempt to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at a pizza parlor on South Maple Avenue in Ridgewood. A Glen Rock Police officer assisted Ridgewood Police with a motor vehicle traffic stop associated with the incident.

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Bill Pennington Saturday, May 11th 1:00pm at Bookends

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Ridgewood NJ, Bookends of Ridgewood will host Bill Pennington
Saturday, May 11th 1:00pm the Award-winning sportswriter for the New York Times. Pennington, will sign his  new book “Chumps to Champs .

Appearing authors will only autograph books purchased at Bookends and must have valid Bookends Receipt.

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Ridgewood Chamber Annual Touch-A-Truck Event-Weather Permitting

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file photo by Boyd Loving

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Ridgewood NJ, Treat your kids to a day of hands-on adventure, featuring an opportunity to climb on board to explore the trucks that touch their lives. They’ll also have the chance to learn directly from Ridgewood’s emergency and public works workers about the exciting work they perform every day.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to Experience Ridgewood.

For additional details or call The Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce at (201)445-2600 or email us at [email protected]

Memorial Park at Van Neste Square, On Maple next to Van Neste Square Memorial Park , Thursday May 16, 9am -2pm .

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Invitation to all Ridgewood Residents – Open Public Forum on Library Renovation concepts

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Ridgewood NJ, What would an ideal library offer you and your family? Library expert Leslie Burger welcomes all ideas and ages to discuss design and renovation concepts and exciting trends in library uses and services. All welcome.

SATURDAY, MAY 11  1-2PM | Reimagine RPL: Your Voice Matters

The Library Director and Consultant will share our design concept and invite all residents to ask questions, share ideas and discuss concerns. Please bring your questions, ideas, and appetite: Cookies and Coffee will be provided Residents will also be able to view the concept and provide input to the Library Director by visiting www.ridgewoodlibrary.org and clicking the Reimagine RPL box, starting June 1, 2019. 

For more information, please contact Library Director Nancy Greene at [email protected] or 201-670-5600 x 124.