Residents may have received a mailing titled AVAILABILITY OF PUBLIC NOTICE, issued on April 26, 2021, from the US Army Corps of Engineers. This notice is triggered by activities contemplated by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTPA). More specifically, the NJTPA is proposing a widening of the roadway that will impact waters of the state and wetlands where the roadway crosses the Passaic River.
The widening project will disturb 1,480 sf of wetlands and 53 sf of open waters. The full Public Notice is available via the internet link provided on the notice and describes the project, solicits comments, and indicates that a public hearing may be requested by any interested party and that the request will be considered. The internet link is: http://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulartory/Regulatory-Public-Notices/Article/2583473/nan-2019-01345-wco/.
A big thank you to ASEZ Student Volunteer Group for all their help with the cleanup. Forty volunteers were on hand to help with areas in town in need of some attention. These volunteers have been helping the Residents Assistance Program for the last three years. We appreciate their commitment to our Elmwood Park Community.
The Elmwood Park Mayor and Council were proud to accept the Municipal Innovation Summit Award for our Residents Assistance Program.
As Mayor of Elmwood Park, it is my pleasure to extend to you a warm welcome. Whether you are a new resident, business, or visitor, I look forward to sharing the amenities our town has to offer. We are constantly moving forward with new plans, projects, and initiatives to improve our quality of life. I encourage you to become involved in our future, and will always appreciate your input. For more information please check out our website, and should I be able to offer any assistance, my door is always open.
Mayor, Robert Colletti