the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Mahawh NJ, can you hear me now? After a 17-year quest for cellphone service in northeast Mahwah the Mahwah Planning Board gave its unanimous approval to site plans for a permanent 183-foot transmission tower at Firehouse 3.
Total Return 120% of Principal plus 50% Profits plus 50% in Equity
Pledge Your Support Today :The True Tale of Thomas Giacomaro: Con Man, Mob Guy, Fugitive, FBI Informant
How to invest on #EquityCrowdfunding Site #Wefunder https://youtu.be/BHhBnzoCZRQ
Borough Administrator Ben Kezmarskytold North Jersey Media on Tuesday that the Planning Board is expected to pass a resolution memorializing the vote at its next meeting, May 23, and that “we are still waiting for DEP to complete their review.”
“Once that is finished, AT&T can begin the construction of the permanent tower,” Kezmarsky said.
The infamous Mahwah dead zone extends roughly from Franklin Turnpike along the New York border to West Saddle River Road in neighboring Upper Saddle River.