Impound Lot, 'Nightmare on Bailey Ave.' Top Tri-Boro News
Middle school vandalism and Bud Bennett's birthday also make headlines.
After a sometimes heated discussion between members of the public and the Kinnelon mayor and council Thursday, council members voted to table discussion on creating a vehicle seizure and police evidence lot behind the borough municipal building until more information can be obtained. At one point, the council was considering possibly using the lot as a revenue-gaining source through shared services agreements with other municipalities, but one councilman said that idea has been taken off the table.
The Borough of Bloomingdale's residents will be able to enjoy the return of the Bailey Avenue Halloween event this year after the council voted to approve blocking off the street and reimbursing organizers at Monday's special meeting.
Bloomingdale Mayor Jonathan Dunleavy voted affirmatively for paying a bill for work done by the borough's former CFO Donna Mollineaux, breaking a council tie after three members abstained.
The new Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Co.firehouse, on Boonton Avenue, is almost finished and we brought you a look at the building the architect said is designed to fit in with its Fayson Lakes surroundings.
Police are asking the public for any information regarding the most recent vandalism incident at the Bloomingdale middle school. There have been several incidents over the past few months, according to police.
Bloomingdale's favorite "Neighbor" turned 101 last week. The Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Department member said he celebrated by going out to breakfast with a group of his friends.
Kinnelon Public Schools has a new website that will soon allow parents to access private information about their child through the Internet. What do you think of the new site? Head to the article here and let us know in the comments.