Ridgewood NJ, the Village of Ridgewood rolls out the work zone cam for the Hudson street garage.
The Work Zone Cam will update every 30 minutes with a new image. You can playback a time-lapse video of archived photos by pressing the play button. At the end of the project, a full video will be made available on the Ridgewood Website.
“The fact that neighbors are no longer neighborly, that we cannot knock on a neighbor’s door; that we do not know our neighbors is very different from many years ago when neighborhoods were friendly; times have indeed changed. The situation now is dangerous. The 9/11 terrorists were able to live in neighborhoods and hatch their dangerous plots because they knew neighbors ignore neighbors.
Also, neighbors not knowing and being unfriendly to neighbors, increases social isolation; very dangerous because teens more likely to take drugs and alcohol when they alienated, and they will feel alienated in an unfriendly neighborhood.
The above comment about hate is what America does not need. Again it stems from alienation. The comment is an example of social media bullying”
” It’s amazing that the police are stopping kids from playing music in the garage before the 10 PM rule and law. And yet they are not issuing a summons for cars that are parked overnight, very interesting someone’s not doing their job right. Who’s running this town what political party. Well we can say it’s getting sickening. The politics in the village of Ridgewood is running the town. What a disgrace. What a free-for-all. Can you imagine in five more years what’s going to happen to the village of Ridgewood my god no wonder people are selling their homes and moving down south. We are not the leaders anymore we are followers. I just don’t know who we are following? We are in a mess. “
” Leaves have been falling for thousands of years why is it such a pain in the ass in the village. We just don’t understand this. Many years ago we had no problem why is it a problem in the past few years is it manpower, equipment issues, or is it management organization experience the problem which is it. Can anyone answer?”
Ridgewood NJ, Ars Musica Chorale begins its 54th season with Dido and Aeneas, by Henry Purcell, under the baton of newly appointed Music Director, Brian Mummert. The performance will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 26, 2019, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Ridgewood NJ, the Village of Ridgewood Visioning survey will end on May 5th, 2019. The survey will provide the foundation for our new Master Plan and it is incredibly important for Village residents to add their voice and vision by taking just ten minutes to complete the survey. The Master Plan is a guidance document that sets goals, policies, and priorities for investing in the physical, economic, environmental, and social future of a community. A master plan can provide direction in terms of investing in transportation improvements and public facilities, changing zoning regulations, protecting ecologically-sensitive areas, or becoming more environmentally sustainable. Concept plans and other visuals within a master plan can demonstrate ideas and hoped-for outcomes. Importantly, the master plan is the basis for a municipality’s zoning regulations. THE FUTURE OF RIDGEWOOD NEEDS YOUR VISION AND YOUR VOICE! Visit before May 5 and please share this important information with fellow residents.
Here are the Results of the Visioning Questionnaire
More than 2,000 people completed the Visioning Questionnaire, which was launched in October 2018 and closed in May 2019. We spent the summer analyzing the data, which includes reading through the thousands of responses to the short answer questions. We summarized the key findings into a presentation that can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. We also compiled and analyzed the information from the Map Your Vision Tool and prepared a similar presentation that summarizes its results.
The Visioning Questionnaire Summary of Results presentation highlights the outcomes of each question. It also provides commentary about the results that includes excerpts from people’s responses to the short answer questions. The commentary ends with a series of critical Key Questions to Consider that will be discussed in detail at next month’s Visioning Workshops, which are currently scheduled for Saturday, September 21 and Saturday, September 28 at Village Hall. More details on the workshops to come shortly after you return from the Labor Day Holiday!
If you have any comments, questions, and/or reactions about either of these presentations, please send them through the Contact page.
Ridgewood NJ, Melissa, a nurse on Valley Hospital’s same day surgery team, was recently honored for saving a woman’s life! Melissa was attending a summer concert in Fair Lawn with her son (pictured) and husband when the woman had a cardiac arrest. She performed CPR until emergency personnel arrived.