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State Historic Preservation Office has approved the Phase 1 Berm Project at Historic Schedler Park in Ridgewood

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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).

Village of Ridgewood submitted Phase 1 berm project to SHPO including cleanup, refinishing, plantings, fences, etc. See plan: https://www.ridgewoodnj.net/…/2724-project-zabriskie…
Working closely with State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), Village staff ensured the plans respected the historic designation of the property. As a result SHPO has approved the Phase 1 berm project allowing the Village to move forward with the preparation of documents and bidding. This will likely be an October Village Council agenda item.

4 thoughts on “State Historic Preservation Office has approved the Phase 1 Berm Project at Historic Schedler Park in Ridgewood

  1. What a mess, can we sell the land to Washington Two…?

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  2. How many millions of dollars that we spend already.

  3. And where did all that dirt come from to make that berm. That must cost a lot of money.

  4. We like the berm keep the noise down.

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