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The dispute highlights the confusion that has existed over how the law has been applied since its inception in 2012 as well as sharp disagreement over whether campaign spending restrictions should extend to local races in Bergen's 70 municipalities.
Licensed remediation specialists T&M Associates and Boswell Engineering will take on environmental remediation work that Birdsall Services Group was slated to work on before news of the company's "pay-to-play" violation came to light. The Englewood
Town Journal During the Northern Highlands Board of Education meeting on May 7, heated public comments accompanied an engineering proposal regarding the possibility of permanent lights at the Northern Highlands football field. The fallout led to an
Pascack Valley Community Life After the borough's request for proposals (RFP) on a project to improve drainage at a borough ball field was unsuccessful, the Emerson Mayor and Council are hoping to alter the specifications to garner a better response.
Borough Engineer Stephen Boswell said a first draft of his ongoing waterway study, commissioned by the council to examine United Water's operating procedures, should be ready by week's end. Boswell told the borough council Tuesday that his firm,
Westwood Flood Solution Group (FSG) told the Westwood Mayor and Council it is being "shut out" of the borough's process to find flooding solutions, and alleged that the engineer has a conflict by conducting the study, a claim officials refute. The
Town News The tennis courts at Memorial Field, originally slated to open Memorial Day weekend, are still under construction. The project, which was designed and inspected by Boswell Engineering and awarded to the low bidder, SCS Contracting, a Ramsey
Residents of Hillsdale and Westwood assembled outside United Water's headquarters on Old Hook Road Tuesday for the second time in a month and called on the utility to change its operating practices. Mark Gavigan, left, of Westwood holds a sign during
Town News The tennis courts at Memorial Field in Oradell are slated to open this week after months of delays. The project, which was designed and inspected by Boswell Engineering and awarded to the low bidder, SCS Contracting, a Ramsey -based company,
The Township Council recently gave its consent for local developer Jack Levkovitz to vet a privately-owned, public water system for 50 new homes off Ridge Road. Levkovitz said that his initial agreement with the West Milford Municipal Utilities