Ridgewood NJ, The President of The Ridgewood Guild is Mr. Tony Damiano. Posturing as an important dignitary in town, claims that businesses which might have come to Ridgewood opted out because there was insufficient parking.
The current council set up a system whereby employees would be directed to park in sections of the Cottage Place and Walnut Street lots, thereby freeing up valuable on-street spots in front of stores and restaurants. And yet Damiano parks his own vehicle in prime on-street spots every day, as seen in this photograph.
If you think this is a one-off, you are wrong. We have at least 15 more photos of his car in various NON-EMPLOYEE prime spots on North Broad, near his store. Damiano was a big promoter of the Hudson Garage (Aronsohn Version) yet refused to work with the new administration when the “3 amigos ” left office .
ITS GROUNDHOG Garage day and the Towns Bill Murray groundskeepers in city hall expansion departments have gone all in to dynamite the whole business district simultaneously to be sure their off record promises are delivered to the parking NEEDY BUSINESSES Housing fiascos and all of those new cars that wont fit in the Mini Cooper new housing developments mini mart lots..outside of town traffic chaos longer term i.e. a large development plugged into the old Ford dealer site spilling out onto the train plaza on one side and /or onto a narrow steep side block with a sight distance issue for cars barreling down and over a road rise curved blind spot.. BIKE LANES..RIGHT turn lane spilling into a pedestrian crossing lane….Promises Promises,,.strap in for more chaos crossing from maple Ave side of Franklin towards to east side of town via a narrow curving hill towards the train and Whole Foods side of town. developments : School seats expansion.. taxes will skyrocket.
This is not Planning excellence,,it’s a give away to developers…
Ridgewood NJ, in what many in Ridgewood would say was 100 years in the making the ,the official groundbreaking ceremony, of the Hudson Street Parking garage took place on Saturday September 7th at 9:00 a.m.
Ridgewood NJ, Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Ridgewood , the VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD invites you to the GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY of the new RIDGEWOOD PARKING GARAGE on Saturday, September 7th, 2019 at 9:00am .
Please come with your cameras to the Hudson Street Parking lot (corners of S. Broad and Prospect on Hudson St.) (across from Mt Carmel Church) Following the ceremony, you are invited for coffee at The Table at Latona’s – 26 E. Ridgewood Avenue (next to Haagen Daz) .
Ridgewood NJ, The Hudson Street parking lot will be shut down as of August 19, 2019 for the construction of the parking garage. Please join us at the official groundbreaking ceremony, which will take place on September 7, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., at the Hudson Street parking lot.
So depressed by this. Utterly unneeded. The current library design is horrible and the new one is worse. Let’s NOT move the staircase and install a skylight and set up a stairway to Paradise. If books are no longer of interest, just raze the place.
Millions after millions after millions in new projects (parking garage, sports lighting, on and on) and we haven’t begun to see how much the new apartments/residents will cost us in countless ways.
HUDSON STREET PARKING GARAGE EXTERIOR MATERIALS & FINISHES
MAY 22, 2019 – 7:00PM
All Village residents are invited to view the presentation boards showing the outside materials and finishes for the Hudson Street Parking Garage, on May 22, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Court Room of Village Hall, prior to the Village Council Work Session, which begins at 7:30 p.m. that evening.
Hey, ‘OMG guy/gal’…it’s not the garage as much as it is the a) wrong location and b) being built for the wrong reason. We’re going to shoe-horn a ginormus building in a tiny area with one-ways and narrow streets? Dumb. Financially, it’s a disaster that’s being foisted on the Ridgewood taxpayer at the behest of the shopowners who want people to buy their crappy, overpriced items after walking 5 blocks. One only needs to see the big smile on the mayor’s face when he stood net to Josh at the tree lighting. Perfect photo op time to build his Democrat resume.
Rome is Burning and we are writing story books about a leantoo shed close to not having any heat nor light , a filthy facility that the NJ Transit should rebuild in brick and
offer some protection from the elements ; that can be cleaned ,then locked at night like a real town.We need to check the water in this town..it’s getting a bit to wobbly intellect
wise. They keep shifting the happy together talk to avoid dealing with the real issues that are hard to address manage and take intelligent approach to.Happy Holidays Ridgewood a town worth fighting for …2019 needs a more realistic plan on cost containment and cancelation of massive Hudson st garage plans in order to cut our longer term losses .