Coming up this week on Patch
Hasbrouck Heights Mayor and Council will meet Tuesday night for its regular public meeting and work session. Discussion during the work session meeting is likely to include updates on the fence work being done at Depken athletic field.
As previously reported work began last week to install the new decorative fence along the Franklin Avenue side of the field. By Friday afternoon it looked as though most of the fencing had been put up but work can expect to continue throughout this week.
The new fence matches the one that borders the Oldfield Avenue side. This upgrade is part of an improvement project for the athletic field which is being funded partially by a grant and partially by the borough.
Patch will update readers on the Tuesday night meeting once details become available.
Also on the agenda for the week
It's Fire Prevention Week and Patch plans to feature community related events in town and at the schools.
Readers can expect the latest information on upcoming events, especially relating to Halloween which is just around the corner.
Important things to note this week:
Monday is the Columbus Day holiday - No garbage collection, municipal offices will be closed as well as the library and senior center. Publid schools are open for a half-day, Corpus Christi School will be closed.
Tuesday - Mayor and council meeting at 8 p.m. Farmer's market at Central Avenue parking lot from 12 to 6 p.m.
Thursday - Teen advisory board at the Hasbrouck Heights library meets at 3:15 pm.