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Citizens For A Better Ridgewood: TODAY….THE COUNCIL WILL VOTE TO CHANGE OUR VILLAGE FOREVER

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

We are overwhelmed by the number of residents who have emailed council members, canvassed the community to help spread the word, and shared thoughtful opinions on social media. You are all awesome! Ridgewood is amazing — and worth every effort!

THIS IS IT.

TODAY….THE COUNCIL WILL VOTE TO CHANGE OUR VILLAGE FOREVER.

THE FINAL VOTE WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY AT VILLAGE HALL.

The agenda says the meeting starts at 7:30 pm, but please arrive by 7 pm to get a seat.

RESIDENT ATTENDANCE AT THIS MEETING IS CRITICAL

PLEASE bring your friends, family members, neighbors. A room filled with concerned citizens is our only chance to urge Council members to reconsider enacting these ordinances in their present form.

Details about the Meeting
Please come early and carpool, if possible. Park on both sides of Vets, at Graydon and on side streets, if needed.
The Mayor has stated that ALL residents will be heard (https://ridgewood.dailyvoice.com/…/ridgewood-mayor-a…/592174/).
If the meeting room on the fourth floor fills to capacity, overflow will be directed to the senior lounge on the first floor with a live stream of the meeting.
We encourage EVERYONE to sign his/her name, take a number and get into the cue to speak. Please approach the podium and say something as simple as “I oppose raising the density to 35 units per acre. Please vote NO.” The more people who voice opposition, the better. Short and sweet is good! It’s going to be a long evening.

This is YOUR village and you do have a voice. This will be your last chance to speak up!!

Thank you for your continued support! We hope to see you tomorrow!

Citizens For A Better Ridgewood

3 DAYS LEFT…..Email council to VOTE NO!Paul Aronsohn – paronsohn@ridgewoodnj.netAlbert Pucciarelli – apucciarelli@…

Posted by Citizens For A Better Ridgewood on Sunday, September 27, 2015

9 thoughts on “Citizens For A Better Ridgewood: TODAY….THE COUNCIL WILL VOTE TO CHANGE OUR VILLAGE FOREVER

  1. Forgive them for they know not what they do.

    Don’t let Paulie Vag run our town….

  2. Say thank you to the three stooges, hopefully they can be run out of town if this all comes to be.

  3. We can huff and puff all we like, we only have ourselves to blame. Local politics everywhere is something most of us pay little to no attention to, except when, like this, it’s too late. People are put into power by special interests. In this case, the 3 amigos have a mission, and no amount of complaining at this stage will do anything. They probably care little about getting re-elected. Their jobs are basically done.

    Most people ignore local elections, and people like these three are easily elected because of a small number of very well organized campaign managers. It’s why we see so much corruption in our State.

    We all get so caught up in voting blue or red, assuming that these local candidates share our national values. It’s bullshit. It’s all about access to power and public money.

    Like I said, we only have ourselves to blame.

  4. Well said Declan

  5. You are right but there is very little even the well informed can do when candidates lie while running as Hauck clearly did in 2012.

  6. Declan is 100% correct on this.

  7. On the Village Website:
    NOTICE: Village Council Meeting – September 30, 2015

    NOTICE – VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2015 – The doors of the Sydney V. Stoldt, Jr. Courtroom of the Ridgewood Village Hall will open at 7:00 p.m. on September 30, 2015 for the Village Council’s Work Session and Special Public Meeting. If the Courtroom is filled, overflow seating will be provided on the first floor of the Ridgewood Village Hall with audiovisual equipment available to see and hear the meeting. All members of the public wishing to speak will be given an opportunity to do so.
    https://www.ridgewoodnj.net/main_recent.cfm?ArticleID=1790

  8. Don’t blame me; I bullet voted for Killion.

  9. Happily a large vocal and intelligent audience made the council blink.

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