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>CONCERNED RESIDENTS OF RIDGEWOOD ANNOUNCE A SPECIAL PRESENTATION SEPT 17TH AT 7:30 PM

>FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CONCERNED RESIDENTS OF RIDGEWOOD ANNOUNCE A SPECIAL PRESENTATION SEPT 17TH AT 7:30 PM BEFORE THE VILLAGE PLANNING BOARD AT BEN FRANKLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL

RIDGEWOOD, September 5th / Stop Valley News/ Concerned Residents of Ridgewood/ News Release (www.stopvalley.com) – Concerned Residents of Ridgewood will be presenting at a Special Meeting of the Ridgewood Planning Board on September 17th, 2007 – 7:30 p.m. at the Ben Franklin Middle School auditorium, 335 North Van Dien Ave Ridgewood NJ. Members of the resident group will be making a comprehensive presentation on the impacts of the proposed H- zone changes and detail what actions the Village should take.

The live presentation is the latest round in a battle between Ridgewood Resident’s and Valley Hospital. The hospital has been attempting to have Ridgewood’s zoning ordinances and Master Plan changed in the Hospital’s favor.

Audience members are asked arrive 15-20 minutes early.

Opportunity for public comment will be provided on a separate night; date to be announced.

About Concerned Residents of Ridgewood (CRR)

CRR is a group of hundreds of Ridgewood Residents that are concerned about the proposed expansion on the Valley Hospital Ridgewood Campus. CRR is in favor of quality healthcare. They have a comprehensive website at www.stopvalley.com that provides an excellent overview of the proposal before the planning board and includes a link to the hospital expansion website. For more information visit www.stopvalley.com

Source: Concerned Residents of Ridgewood
September 5th, 2007

Contact: helpdesk@stopvalley.com
Concerned Residents of Ridgewood
P.O. Box 150
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Website: www.stopvalley.com

3 thoughts on “>CONCERNED RESIDENTS OF RIDGEWOOD ANNOUNCE A SPECIAL PRESENTATION SEPT 17TH AT 7:30 PM

  1. >I’ll be there!

  2. >count me in as well. Wow – we have some pressing times in this Village we call home. I think Valley is an abyss of negative isssues for our village and this Orchard school situation magnifies the need for NO EXPANSION -ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

  3. >I’ll be there, too!! I like exclamation points, too!!

    Enough is enough! We don’t need hospitals! In fact, in general, we don’t need all these people! And if we didn’t have hospitals, more people would get sick and die, so we wouldn’t have as many people! And then we wouldn’t worry about expansion! And then I would be happy, living next to a park that used to be hospital that we don’t need!

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