Ridgewood NJ, according to Gary Kolesaire is the President of Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce,” When people who have their skin in the game are speaking out about the risk of a regular implementation of the pedestrian mall, we should listen to them.”
Ridgewood NJ, the Stop & Shop on Franklin Avenue has a new look , featuring a brighter look and a larger selection. To celebrate the long overdue updated space, the store held a ribbon-cutting ceremony , which was attended by Mayor Susan Knudsen.
Ridgewood NJ, Treat Me Sweet Cookies held a grand opening in Ridgewood on October 29th with Mayor Susan Knudsen cutting the ribbon joined by Gary Kolesair President of the Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce .
“So excited to be a sweet addition to the Ridgewood community! Thanks to everyone who came out to support our grand opening! Looking forward to growing and being your favorite cookie stop in town!”
Ridgewood NJ, Mayor Susan Knudsen announced that the Village of Ridgewood has been approved for a direct grant in 2022 in the amount of $2,800,000 from the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) .
Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood Police Department is proud to announce that Officer Vincenzo Vaccarella was officially sworn in by Mayor Susan Knudsen at February 9th’s council meeting. Vincenzo completed his training at the Bergen County Police Academy in December. Vincenzo is the son of Officer Rosario Vaccarella, grandson of retired Captain Keith Killion, and nephew of Detective Keith Killion Jr. The department is proud to have him carry on the family tradition of service to the Village. Vincenzo’s mother Kim held the Bible as his family looked on.
Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood Police Department is proud to announce the promotion of Kevin Mckeon to the rank of Sergeant. Kevin was officially sworn in at the Village council meeting on January 12th by mayor Susan Knudsen. Kevin’s wife Stephanie and his son Cole held the Bible while is daughter Emily looked on. We congratulate Sergeant Mckeon on his promotion.
Ridgewood NJ, Heads up readers. There is some question about the COVID case data Mayor Susan Knudsen has been posting periodically on Facebook. Some residents are suggesting that the data may be erroneous or, God forbid, bogus at worst.
Ridgewood NJ, according to Village of Ridgewood Mayor Susan Knudsen , several months ago the Village worked to trifurcate the Historic Schedler Park plans in an effort to create a more manageable plan for submission to the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).
Ridgewood NJ, Patrolman Andrew Van Dyke was sworn on on July 14th 2021 by Mayor Susan Knudsen during the Village council meeting while his mother Patricia and sister Victoria held the Bible. Officer Van Dyke graduated the Bergen County Police Academy in June and is currently in the police departments field training program.
Ridgewood NJ, daily parking rates are about to skyrocket in the Village of Ridgewood . The Daily parking rate is going from $7 to $10 per day in the village of Ridgewood parking lots for residents following the Village Council’s Work Session Wednesday evening.
Ridgewood NJ, on Wednesday, the Village Council by a 3-2 vote, adopted a $52.9 million budget that includes a 4.3 percent municipal tax increase. Mayor Susan Knudsen, Deputy Mayor Michael Sedon and councilwoman Lorraine Reynolds voted for the budget while councilwomen Pamela Perron and Bernadette Walsh voted against it.
Ridgewood NJ, at Wednesday Council meeting, Mayor Susan Knudsen read a written statement that, defending her position to reduce the role of emergency services and shift daytime emergency medical services coverage to the Ridgewood Fire Department. The latest budget calls for the addition of two more firefighters.