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Sierra Club, a National Environmental Organization with Strong Grassroots in New Jersey, joins forces to stop the Schedler plan

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Ridgewood NJ, the Sierra Club has jumped in the fight to stop artificial turf at the historic Schedler property in Ridgewood!

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Ridgewood Village Council Continues to Ignore Flood Issues at Schedler Property

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Ridgewood NJ, Mayor and Council Majority continue to ignore facts at taxpayers expense. A pattern emerges in Ridgewood like never before. Ignore facts, no impact studies, misuse of tax funds, misinformation and gross negligence is really going to sink more than just another turf field.

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Ethics violation? – Did Ridgewood Councilman (now mayor) use a private e-mail address to conduct official business?

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Ridgewood NJ, Correspondence recently obtained via an Open Public Records Act request reveals that Ridgewood Mayor Paul Vagianos may have used a private e-mail address to initiate communication with Historic Preservation Specialist Peter Primavera in November of 2022. Mr. Vagianos was a Ridgewood Councilman at that time; he was appointed mayor in January of 2023. The correspondence, Mr. Primavera’s reply to the then Councilman’s request for information indicates an e-mail address provided by Mr. Vagianos was: igth4@aol.com.

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URGENT MESSAGE about SCHEDLER PARK in Ridgewood

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood’s Historic Schedler Property is the only physical barrier protecting an entire Ridgewood neighborhood from the harmful pollutants of Route 17, a major transportation corridor.

The tree and green-filled parcel (7+ acres)  filters out light, noise, visual, airborne particulates, gaseous pollutants, and air toxics emitted by nearby diesel truck and motor vehicle activity. Equally important, it protects property values and helps deter crime.

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