Serious Car Crash, Developer Asks for Help Top Tri-Boro News
Butler handicapped parking spots, Bloomingdale solar ordinance also make headlines.
A 17-year-old Kinnelon female was pulled out of her badly damaged car Thursday morning after she crashed into a tree on Kinnelon Road. The teen was transported to Morristown Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
The developer of Argonne Woods approached the Butler Council this week to talk about his request for a zone overlay to turn some of his residential units into rental properties.
A 68-year-old man was driving on Glenwild Avenue Thursday when he lost control of his vehicle, overturning it on the side of the road. The man suffered only minor injuries, although his car was totaled.
The Butler Council is considering moving a handicapped parking space closer to the Butler Post Office based on the recommendation of a resident. But first, the borough engineer has to review what would be entailed in terms of cost and how it would impact traffic and safety on Main Street.
The Borough of Bloomingdale is the third municipality in the tri-boro to approve an ordinance that restricts where residents can have solar panels on their private property.
Renovation work continues on the Butler Museum as Chairwoman Peggy Spranzani said the borough may be eligible for more grant money for additional renovations.