The Village is urging all residents to: Stay off the streets
The Village is urging all residents to: Stay off the streets;
10.30.12 at 5:30 p.m.: MESSAGE FROM THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD, INCLUDING HALLOWEEN INFO: The Village of Ridgewood has experienced extensive damage due to Hurricane Sandy. The Village is urging all residents to: Stay off the streets; Do not place tree branches in the street (only leaves are to be placed in the street according to the leave collection schedule); Please remember that 911 is only to be
The Village of Ridgewood thanks you for your cooperation and understanding.
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