Fire Support Crew Ok, 'Spokes Dog' Debut Tops Local News

Miss some local news this week? Keep up with Heights news through our weekly recap.

Fire chiefs say associate members would do much more to help the department than serve refreshments.

Mickey's Kids' new "spokes dog" Liberty made her first public appearance on behalf of Canine Assistants, accepting a donation from 7-year old Alexa Papasavas who raised funds by hosting a lemonade stand.

Part of the Boulevard from Jefferson to Hamilton was closed off during a two-day period this week as tree removal in preparation of the streetscape project was conducted.

The police department currently answers 911 calls for Wood-Ridge and Teterboro and may now do the same for Little Ferry.

Council unanimously approved an amendment to the borough's sidewalk cafe ordinance which allows restaurants with corner properties to expand the outdoor seating along the side of the property.

Reconstruction of Coolidge Avenue, a project the borough has been trying to get off the ground for many years, may finally be in the works soon.

The Hasbrouck Heights 12U Girls Softball team, sponsored by the Hasbrouck Heights Recreation Department, won the championship in the competitive UGALS Summer Classic Tournament this past weekend in Bergenfield. 

Heights' Leslie Korkgy-Valenti of the All Starz Clinic once again hosted Softballstarz camp for girls this week.

Borough Engineer Ken Job said the borough should be able to award a contract by early August so work can begin in the fall.


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