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Reward for Arrest, PILOT Program's Potential Roadblock Top Tri-Boro News

Water main break and resident's effort to collect holiday donations for Sandy victims also make headlines this week.

PILOT Program Could Be Stifled By Ordinance Repeal

The Bloomingdale Council majority may vote Tuesday night to repeal an ordinance approved in September to designate the AvalonBay site as a redevelopment area. The redevelopment designation is needed for a PILOT program to be permitted in that area.

Reward Upped 8 Months After Hit-and-Run Death

The family of Omar Monroig, a Butler man who died after being struck in a hit-and-run, has increased the reward offered for information leading to the driver's arrest.

Bloomingdale Resident Hoping to Deck the Halls for Sandy Victims

Paul Tulli is collecting holiday decorations for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

Water Main Break Shuts Down Main Street

Traffic was shut down to one lane on Tuesday after a 10-inch water main broke outside of Bella Sera in Bloomingdale.

Math Program at Martha B. Day Inspiring Students

The school district is hoping to expand the program to other grade levels after seeing its success at the Martha B. Day School this year.

Sandy Causes Glitches in Butler Schools Tech Infrastructure

While the storm did not cause any major damage to the school district, the administration did report a fiber-break and some other issues.

Students Donate More Than 1K Turkeys to Those in Need

A group of high-schoolers from Kinnelon and Montville donated 1,200 turkeys to food pantries to distribute for the holiday season.

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