The following are pdf copies of the letters sent to parents in regards to security issues at Ramapo Ridge School:
MahwahStrong has received many inquires about Mahwah’s “No Knock Registry”. The No Knock Registry was created to stop “canvassing or soliciting, which includes offering to purchase real estate on behalf of any person or organization.”
Highlights of Town Council Meeting February 8, 2018
Prior to opening the public portion of the meeting town attorney Brian Chewcaskie provided an update on the Eruv settlement and explained why the settlement meeting scheduled earlier in the week was cancelled. The Mr. Chewcaskie explained;
Please find the township eruv litigation settlement attached. MahwahStrong will be consulting with our attorney over the next few days in order to get additional clarification and understanding of this settlement.
The town council has voted 5-2 in favor of a proposed settlement regarding the Eruv litigation (Councilwoman Ariemma and Councilman Wysocki, voted no) More details will be released from council once the settlement is finalized. We ask for the community to allow for the details of the settlement to be released before judgement and MahwahStrong will release our official statement once we have reviewed the settlement in detail.
VERY IMPORTANT...the Special Council meeting from last night will resume at 6:00PM tonight, 01/30/2018. On the agenda (link here) is Resolution #088-18 "Resolution Authorizing Settlement Agreement and Release -- Bergen Eruv Association Inc. vs. Township of Mahwah."
Litigation impacts all of us. We encourage all residents to attend.
Mahwah Township Hall
475 Corporate Drive
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430
VERY IMPORTANT...a Special Council meeting has been scheduled for this Monday at 7:00 PM. According to the agenda (link here) action may be taken on pending litigation.
Following yesterday's Special Council meeting, we expect something big to be announced. Litigation impacts all of us and developments and/or actions should not be concealed from the residents. It is our responsibility, as residents, to ensure that our Council is acting in OUR best interest.
The town council meeting on Thursday, January 18th started with the town attorney, Brian Chewcaskie, explaining the procedure for nominating a new council member. The council then voted 6 yeses with 1 abstain for new council woman Michelle Crowe-Paz. She was sworn in following the vote and spoke about having the town’s best interest at heart and will prove that through positive actions.