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Hall of Records portion of the Bergen County Clerk’s Office is closed due to a case of Covid-19

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Hackensack NJ, according to Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi , “We have just confirmed that the Hall of Records portion of the Bergen County Clerk’s Office is closed due to a case of Covid-19. While we have not received any additional information it appears that the office will remain closed through Election Day with no firm date for re-opening as of this writing. This closure impacts getting or filing a deed to your home, searches for title records, notary applications and the recording, filing and maintenance of many public records including those effecting property and business ownership.”

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Important Information : Voting by Mail in Bergen County

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River Vale NJ, from the desk of Assemblywomen Holly Schepisi : REALLY IMPORTANT ELECTION INFORMATION REGARDING THE BERGEN COUNTY ELECTIONS. YOUR ABILITY TO PROPERLY VOTE MAY BE IN JEOPARDY IF YOU DO NOT READ THIS. Notwithstanding widely shared information to the contrary, if you are voting by mail in Bergen you must return two separate ballots, one with all of the candidates from US Senate down to municipal and board of education and one separate special ballot solely for Sheriff. If you previously received a Vote by Mail Ballot in the month of September or October you MUST RETURN the original ballot received. A separate ballot solely for Sheriff will be sent to you that MUST ALSO BE RETURNED. Many people held off returning their originally received Ballot thinking that an entirely new one with all candidates and the Sheriff would be issued. This is incorrect. If your threw out or misplaced your original Ballot you must proactively contact the Bergen County Clerk’s Office at (201) 336-7000 to request a new one. Please share this post with your friends and family in Bergen County.

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Valentine’s Day brings wedded bliss at Bergen County Clerk’s Office

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Reader asks , Bergen County Clerk performed a lot of weddings on Valentine day.Was our Village Mayor asked to the same ? If so and is there any wedding cake left over.Love you all — Dom the Marriage broker of Robert St.

According to Deputy Mayor Albert Pucciarelli , “Gretchen and I were married on Valentine’s Day 1981…..it was sunny  and 70 degrees in Ridgewood that day!”

Valentine’s Day brings wedded bliss at Bergen County Clerk’s Office

FEBRUARY 14, 2015, 8:42 PM    LAST UPDATED: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2015, 10:04 PM
BY STEPHANIE AKIN
STAFF WRITER |
THE RECORD

When Diana Acosta and Cristian Sanchez decided to get married two weeks ago, they considered planning a wedding a year in advance. Then they realized all their close family members would be in town for the Presidents Day weekend and that the Bergen County Clerk’s office would be performing ceremonies.

The last detail seemed like a happy coincidence: It was Valentine’s Day.

So Acosta and Sanchez — she in a shimmery white dress, he in a gray blazer — became one of eight couples to exchange wedding vows in the county clerk’s office Saturday.

“Usually we go to dinner for Valentine’s Day,” Acosta said. “Now it will be our anniversary.”

Beyond Bergen County, other couples who exchanged Valentine’s Day vows included 100 who were wed atop the Empire State building; British actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who married his fiancée Sophie Hunter on the Isle of Wight; and as many as 1,500 people who were expected to be issued marriage licenses in Las Vegas over the Presidents Day weekend, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

https://www.northjersey.com/news/valentine-s-day-brings-wedded-bliss-at-bergen-county-clerk-s-office-1.1271644