Heights Dental Opens, Rail Commuters Seek Resolve Tops Local News This Week
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Hasbrouck Heights resident Dr. Mussarat Pathan and family open brand new dental facility on the Boulevard.
Representatives from NJ Transit heard Heights rail customers frustrations regarding their fenced off access to the Teterboro -Williams stop.
District will be given an additional $14,000 for the 2013-2014 school year. Tentative budget will be adopted March 6.
An ordinance granting a 1.75 percent increase for the police department officers was adopted Tuesday with a 4-1 vote. Councilman Christian Semenecz voted against it saying his reasoning is because the pay rates from year to year are too high.
Recreation department teamed up with the borough's Community Awareness Access for All to offer year-long program for children with physical and learning disabilities.
Construction workers began the demolition of the decades-old pavilion at Woodland Park on Monday to make way for the construction of a new one which will come this Spring.
Supporters of the Friends of the Hasbrouck Heights Library came together Sunday for a special Chinese New Year celebration which featured a live musical performance by the Hasbrouck Heights Tibetan Youth Group.