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Twp. of Washington Department of Public Works Eyes former Charlie Brown’s Restaurant as New Home

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Twp. of Washington NJ, the Twp. of Washington Department of Public Works may finally have a new home at the site of a former Charlie Brown’s restaurant. A bond ordinance to appropriate $1.35 million to buy 95 Linwood Avenue. was introduced this month. The final hearing for the ordinance will take place at a future council meeting.

Charlie Brown’s once operated a chain of once-popular low priced steakhouses around New Jersey, but only one remains, in Scotch Plains. A former Charlie Brown’s in Oradell is being transformed into Fire & Oak restaurant.

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4 thoughts on “Twp. of Washington Department of Public Works Eyes former Charlie Brown’s Restaurant as New Home

  1. Not a good idea to put DPW there. Plan would be to demo existing building and construct much larger facility in its place. It would be an eyesore to the surrounding residential areas. In addition think of the additional traffic. At least 32,000 vehicles travel Linwood Avenue per day. The last thing we need is more traffic on that road. If they do put a facility there, a traffic light will definitely be needed at the intersection of Linwood and Highland Avenue and possibly at intersection of Linwood and Pascack. Already too many accidents at both intersections.

  2. Who cares, build it for them.
    They need it.

    1. Do you want to Live next to it?

  3. What are they going to do with the old DPW site and is it even feasible to do and is the DPW allowed to be there for the school is down the street and the community should have a say on what goes on there

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