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Pickleball Players Seek Sanctuary in Ridgewood Church

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Ridgewood NJ, for months the Ridgewood blog has followed the Village of Ridgewood’s war on Pickleball . We catalogued everything from the troubles at the Glen School courts ,mirroring issues of the 1970’s Tennis craze which resulted in numerous police responses to loud tennis matches . More recently the Ridgewood blog mischaracterized a resident’s sarcastic comments at a Village Council meeting , equating pickleball complaints by neighbors being akin to Central Business District neighbors complaining about train whistles .

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Village of Ridgewood Now Spends $30K Annually to Monitor Pickleball Courts at the Glen School

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ,  the Village does not care how it spends our money. Recently they have hired a monitor to patrol the Pickleball Courts at the Glen School. The cost is $30K annually. By instituting there discriminatory policies they have given up $30k in revenue. The dislodged group now has grown to 221 members. They play in Montvale and Wycoff. The group has grown by 30% indicating the popularity of Pickleball. The Mayor and the Village Council  have no sense of fiscal responsibility nor do they care. The have sold out to satisfy one neighbor in the Glen School area.

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After the Pickleball Lockout Other Ridgewood Neighborhoods Are left Wondering Why Their Complaints Go Unheard

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Ridgewood NJ, the recent lock down of the Pickleball courts at Glen School has lead other neighbors to wonder why their complaints seem to be ignored ?

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