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1 Borough Hall 85 Harriot Avenue PO Box 174 Harrington Park, New Jersey GOVERNING BODY MAYOR Paul A. Hoelscher COUNCIL MEMBERS: Tom Betancourt Planning Board Bd. of Adjust. Construction Fire Dept. Mary Dunlea Recreation Environmental Personnel Performance Eval. Gregory Evanella DPW Recycling Build & Grounds Glenn A. Luciano Finance Admin. & Exec. Grants Newsletter Jorden N. Pedersen Police Munic. Court Public Assistance Michelle Ryan Bd. of Health Sanitation Liaison Bd. of Ed. Property Taxes are DUE MAY 1st TAX COLLECTOR Harrington Park s Newsletter MAY 2009 Spring Edition BOROUGH MEETINGS 8 pm at Municipal Center except where noted Mayor and Council: Agenda Meeting: May 11 Regular Meeting: May 19*** DATE CHANGE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: May 28 BOARD OF HEALTH: May 7:30pm ENIVRONMENTAL COMMISSION: May 6 MAYOR S OPEN HOUSE: by appointment LIBRARY BOARD: May 7 & 21 7:30 pm at Library PLANNING BOARD: May 12 RECREATION COMMISSION: May 20 ECR WRS U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 9 Harrington Park New Jersey BULK RATE Postal Customer Local MUNICIPAL COURT 2nd Wed.-5:30 pm Court Administrator: Lindsay Taglieri Mon., Thurs., Fri. 1pm-3:30pm Tues. 9am 11:30am Wed. 1pm-5:30pm All organizations in town are invited to actively participate in this year s MEMORIAL DAY PARADE MONDAY, MAY 25, :30AM-SHARP- HP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL to show their support and respect for those now serving in the Armed Forces, for those who have served and for those who made the supreme sacrifice for GOD and COUNTRY. All contingents are asked to form on the school grounds at 9am. The Legion also asks all families to support the Harrington Park Remembers committee by placing yellow ribbons on your home/property to honor veterans and active service personnel. YELLOW RIBBONS ARE AVAILABLE AT BOROUGH HALL, THE HP LIBRARY AND AT HP TRAVEL. DOG LICENSES Any DOG Registration not received by May 10 will be assessed a $40 late fee. Registration forms are available at Borough Hall or on website. Unlicensed dogs will receive a summons.

2 HP VOL. AMBULANCE CORPS Steve Beubis Two scholarships will be awarded for $1000 each in memory of Barbara Budinich. Applicants must be residents of HP and will be attending an accredited college in the Fall. Applications at the Borough Hall or the Library. HEALTH HINT Recommendation from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons for small wound care is to run warm soapy water over an injury...not Hydrogen Peroxide. Hydrogen Peroxide does NOT kill bacteria; it harms the capillaries and may actually slow healing. BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION Thomas E. Simpson, Fire Marshal Re: HP Resident PARKING IN FIRE ZONES at the PUBLIC SCHOOL is strictly PROHIBITED! It is a violation of the law and is subject to a summons. BUILDING DEPARTMENT Nicola A. Lepore Construction Code Official/ Zoning Electric, Plumbing and Fire Inspections Building Official Hours: Tuesdays 9:30am-noon Wednesday 11am-12:30pm Thursday from 1-2:30pm. BOARD OF HEALTH Joan Gaffney NEW BLOOD PRESSURE HOURS: During May and June evening health screening will be held from 6:30pm-8pm on May 18 and June 15. This will replace the Wed. morning screenings. 2ND WED. Mornings (May 13 and June 10) 10am-11:45am will still be available. Borough Hall News ENVIRONMENTAL COMM. Ann Lott Bistritz, GO GREEN What does this popular slogan mean? Google it and you will get over 10 million hits! Take a browse through and learn a lot about the earth and our impact on it. Keep this in mind when you water your lawn, put chemicals on the grass and through garbage down the storm drains...this all ends up in our reservoir and we drink it! Recycle, reuse and renew GO GREEN! TENNIS ASSOCIATION Richard Millman Tennis Badges MUST BE PURCHASED to use the courts. Badge money is used to maintain the courts and landscaping. NO PRIVATE (FOR FEE) LESSONS ALLOWED ON COURTS-for residents ONLY. Purchased at Borough Hall $40/family Susan S. Nelson, RMC, CMR Borough Clerk and Registrar Raffle Licenses Notary Public 9am-4:30pm Resident Feedback Registrar Voter Registration: Deadline May 12 Clerk s office open until 9pm. Last Day for Absentee Ballot-Mail County Clerk s Office by May 26 County Clerks Office will be open on Saturday May 30 from 9am-1pm for absentee ballot voting as well as June 1 by 3PM PRIMARYY ELECTION DAY JUNE 2 Polls open from 6am-8pm Independent Party Petition deadline is June 2 in County Clerk s Office by 4pm. Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot applications are available in the Borough Clerk s office as well as on the Borough Website. DPW Wed. & Sat.-Garbage Collection Monday Garden Refuse Recycling: Alternating Thursdays (first 4) Paper and Carboard-1st and 3rd Plast., Glass, Metal 2nd and 4th RECYCLING CENTER is still open for your convenience. BOARD OF EDUCATION Dr. Adam Fried, Superintendent Melissa Simmons, Bus. Admin. The HP School District is soliciting candidates for the Circle of Leadership which recognizes and honors exemplary former students as well as long standing community members. Nomination form is on the school website HPSD.ORG listing the criteria and submission information. MAYOR S TASK FORCE NEXT MEETING-May 18, 2009 Daytime meeting 10am Borough Hall OR HP School LIBRARY 7:00pm. FOOD PANTRY NOW AVAILABLE AT BOROUGH HALL FOR THOSE WHO NEED HELP DURING TIMES OF ILLNESS OR FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY. CONFIDENTIAL HOT LINE POLICE DEPARTMENT Chief David J. Moppert TO ADVERTISE in the Newsletter Ann Lott Bistritz

3 HP LIBRARY-Judy Heldman Mon., Wed., Thurs. 10am-9pm Tues. & Fri Noon-5pm Sat. 10am-1pm & Sun. 1pm-4pm BRASS FOR KIDS (Grades K-UP) May 18-7pm Brass players J. Szurly and W. Wernick presents a fun filled evening teaching and entertaining children with the opportunity to hear the story of brass instruments and discover music from early man, through today. Space is limited-sign up at desk. BICYCLE RODEO-May 9 10:30-11:30 am Join us and the Harrington Park Police Department for a Bicycle Rodeo Safety Clinic. Learn how to ride a bike safely plus helmet inspections for kids and adults. LIBRARY BOOK GROUP-May 1pm WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD-E.M. Forster Friends of the Library SAVE THE DATE: JUNE 6, am-2pm WHITE ELEPHANT SALE Tables $15 Call the Library to sign up! Clean out your closets, garages & house while putting a little GREEN in your pocket HP Fire Dept. will be selling Hot Dogs and Burgers. COMPUTER RECYCLING COLLECTION TRUCK Will be available at Borough Hall during the White Elephant Sale to collect your old computers to re-purpose for those in need. Most electronic equipment will be taken NO TV s RECREATION COMMISSION Chris Apostle, Chairman Look for additional information: Help support HP s Sports Program HP FALL SOCCER REGISTRATION is currently underway. To sign up: Call Steve Misa, Commissioner for info or Registrar Scott Weiner at HP FALL SOCCER TRAVEL TRYOUTS Boys and Girls are welcome to come to the Fall HP Travel team Soccer tryouts on June 7 and 13 at Highland Field. A flyer will be sent home from school in mid-may. Call Steve Misa with any questions. The town picnic usually held on Memorial Day weekend has been moved to Saturday, September 12. Just like in the past TOWN DAY will have plenty of food fun and entertainment. TOWN NEWS HARRINGTON PARK REMEMBERS HP REMEMBERS continues to ship packages to our men on a regular basis which have included food, toiletries, magazines, and phone cards. Please SHOW YOUR SUPPORT for our HP servicemen and display a FREE Yellow Ribbon outside your home. You may pick them up at Travel of HP, HP Library, or Borough Hall. Two of our men will be coming home the end of May from Iraq. Cpl. Raymond Nelson, USMC has recently been deployed to Afghanistan. What a nice tribute to our men to see as many Yellow Ribbons in Harrington Park in their Honor. Donations may be sent to Harrington Park Remembers, PO Box 20, Harrington Park, NJ SUPPORT OUR LOCAL MEN: Staff Sgt Brian McElroy, Sgt Nicholas Colletti, Cpl. Raymond Nelson Sgt. Nicholas Colletti and his Platoon To all the members and contributors of Harrington Park Remembers, I cannot thank you all enough for the wonderful care packages we received from you all. The soups, snacks and overall goodies were so great and everyone loved everything. It is truly amazing to see how such kindness from back home can really lift soldiers spirits when we are all so far away from our friends and loved ones. It really means so much to all of us over here when we get packages like that. The effort and thought put into it all was phenomenal. All of the men of B co. 2/113th Infantry who are included in the picture, send their warmest and most sincere thank you to Harrington Park Remembers for their patriotism and generosity. Thank you and god bless!! Sincerely, Sgt. Nicholas Colletti B Co. 2/113th Infantry Camp Bucca, Iraq Harrington Park DAY CAMP harringtonparkcamp.com Applications available at the Borough Hall, Library and can be downloaded from out website. Harrington Park Swim Club New membership applications are being accepted for the 2009 season! information: OPENING DAY Saturday MAY 23, 2009 \

4 Cub Scout Pack 111 John Gorman Girl Scouts of Harrington Park Robin Martin Laura Latrenta Boy Scout Troop 616 Tom Betancourt Troop 616 wishes to thank the HP Lions Club for sponsoring a raffle to benefit the Troop s High Adventure Program. We also thank those who purchased tickets. Congratulations to the Winner Ken Sloane Harrington Park Lions Club Pat McHugh, President Club 60 Ed Higgins, President Membership call Olive: May 19-Cruise Around Manhattan-Lunch at the Crab House 12:30 bus pick-up-time CHANGE Rita or Mary Harrington Park Woman s Club Barbara Savoye Installation of Club Officers on May 12, 2009 at Madeline s in Northvale. President: Barbara Savoye First Vice Pres. Mary Bardsley Recording Sec y Dee McMorrow HPWC is offering a $1000 College Scholarship for graduating high school senior who will be attending college this Fall. Must be a HP resident for at least 3 years. Applications available at NVOT or call Mrs. M. Sommer at Garden Club of Harrington Park Gerri Gibney Hypertufa Troughs-Wonder Winter Hardy Containers May 7-7:30pm at the HP Library Slide show presented by Master Gardener Janet Schulz Historical Society Gerri Gibney Meeting May 4-7:30pm in the HP Library Harrington Park : As I Remember It Mr. Peter A. Smith will speak about HP from the post WWII era including his fond remembrances and historical interests. TOWN NEWS First Friends Playgroup First Friends is a non-denominational playgroup for babies, toddlers and their caregivers. Registration is ongoing. BABY SITTING COURSE MAY 19, 21 and pm at Borough Hall 6TH Graders and older are welcome to sign up for this 3- DAY Babysitting Certification Course taught jointly by the HP Police, Fire Dept., Ambulance Corps and Junior Woman s Club. Sign up at Borough Hall Ann Bistritz Or Spaces are limited Community Church PARENTS DAY OUT CHILDCARE PROGRAM Mon.-Thurs., hours as needed. Call Linda Walko St. Andrew s Episcopal Church Our Lady of Victories Roman Catholic Church HARRINGTON PARK POST OFFICE Mark M. Hannan, Postmaster The National Association of Letter Carriers are having their Annual Food Drive- May 9th. The Carriers in Harrington Park will be participating and collecting food to be donated to local food pantries. Jr. Women s Club of Harr. Park Patty McGee Ally Murphy Meetings 2nd Wed, 7:30pm Library-Make a difference in your town by joining and organization that promotes volunteerism and community improvement through action and leadership. A $1000 scholarship is being offered to any HP graduating high school senior. Applications are on the NVOT website and are due May 4. Call Jen Helfman at SPRING OPEN SOCIAL May 14, 8pm at Duke s Ocean Grill in Tappan, NY Learn about the Jr. s, meet some of your neighbors, enjoy some appetizers and listen to one of the restaurants bands. $10 per person Call Ally Murphy or

5 APPAREL-MENS SOCIETY MEN 256 Westwood Avenue, Westwood, NJ MaryAlice Snyder Farella-HP resident Premium Denim. Apparel, Shoes and more for the fashion conscious male. ARCHITECT ARCHI-TAP DESIGNS 48 Cooper Place, Harr. Pk Tommy Perides ASPHALT SEALING ASPHALT DYNAMICS 658 Ackerman Avenue Westwood, NJ ATTORNEY-CRIMINAL AND TRIAL MITCHELL E. IGNATOFF, ESQ. Offices in Westwood and Middlesex Certified Criminal Trial Attorney DUI, DWI, Juvenile cases AUTO REPAIR HARRINGTON PARK GARAGE Foreign & Domestic repairs 72 Schraalenburgh Road, Harr. Pk John R. Beahm A family business since 1919 CAR DEALERSHIP JOE & JIM CARLEY S WYCKOFF FORD 395 Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff Joe Carley Jr. - HP resident since Deal with HP residents George Tsaglos (Sales), Bridget Carley (Bus. Manager) and Paul Budinich (Repairs). CAR SERVICE A & I TRANSPORTATION Pat McHugh AI Transportation.com CHILD CARE VITALE CHILDCARE 70 Dorotockey Drive, Harr. Pk Cathy Vitale COMPUTER SERVICE /REPAIR /NETWORKING HELD COMPUTER PO Box 93, Harr. Pk Steve Beubis Full service computer support for home and office. CUSTOM REMODELING BLUEFIELD DEVELOPERS, INC Bob Frank Serving Harrington Park over 100 Years! DOG CARE/KENNEL/GROOMING THE PET LODGE 272 Cedar Lane, River Vale, NJ Richard & Elizabeth Massey Your local full kennel service/grooming insured and bonded. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR CRM ELECTRICAL CO., INC. 186 Tappan Road Harr. Pk Michael A. Casenta, and Colleen Connors Cassenta FAMILY DENTISTRY JAMES H. DYKSTRA, DDS 1 Park Street, Suite 1 Harr. Pk James H. Dykstra FENCING CONTRACTOR NAVALNY FENCE SYSTEMS 392 Lafayette Road, Harr. Pk Sergio Navalny Professional installations right in your own back yard GENERAL CONTRACTING NELSON HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC 93 Columbus Avenue, Harr. Park Bob Nelson Serving Harrington Park for over 30 years! HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING H & D SERVICES LLC 5 Tenakill Park Drive Cresskill, NJ Daniel Entriken INSURANCE COMMUNITY INSURANCE GROUP Your Partner in Protection 139 Harristown Rd. Suite 202 Glen Rock, NJ Bob & Jeff Hargrove EIFERT, FRENCH & CO., INC. Brian H. Eifert, CPCU, AAI, President 86 County Road Tenafly, NJ , direct , fax STATE FARM INSURANCE Insurance and Financial Services 294 Harrington Ave. Suite 6, Closter Dan DeSimone, Agent MASSAGE & REFLEXOLOGY QUALITY TOUCH - THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE 36 Ward Way, Harr. Pk Marion Cole RN Massage Therapist NCTMB/Reflexologist NBCR Gift certificates Available MEATS AND GROCERIES HARRINGTON PARK MARKET 98 LaRoche Avenue, Harr. Park Joseph Matzelle PAYROLL THE BACK OFFICE Lori Greaves Navalny The Small Business Specialists PET SITTING SERVICE PET WATCHERS (Est. 1984) Vacations/ daily care 7 The Parkway, Harr. Pk John & Diana Viar Insured/Bonded, owner -operated PLUMBERS TC THOMPSON PLUMBING & HEATING LLC-LIC # Spring Street, Harr. Pk. NJ Tom Thompson All your plumbing needs, Est POSTAL AND SHIPPING SERVICES GOIN POSTAL UPS, FEDEX, DHL, USPS, HANJIN EXPRESS 463 Livingston St., Norwood, NJ Fax: Young Jun Kim Goinpostal.com POWERWASHING AND PAINTING BOB CURLEY HOME SERVICES, LLC 8 Spring Street, Harr. Pk or Bob Curley, Owner Interior Painting, Power Wash., Light Masonry STEVE S PAINTING & POWERWASHING 52 Harriot Avenue, Harr. Pk Steve Baker PRE SCHOOL PRINCE OF PEACE 106 Orangeburg Road JoAnn Kitlas, Director REAL ESTATE ANDREW FRANK REAL ESTATE Louise Januzzi Sue Wood For all your Real Estate needs! ANDREW FRANK REAL ESTATE Linda Wymbs COLDWELL BANKER 537 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell, NJ Marilyn Amdur WEICHERT REALTORS-TENAFLY 13 W. RAILROAD AVENUE, TENAFLY Laura Latrenta HP-Resident The right agent for these changing times! ROOFING DURBEC & SON HOME IMPROVEMENT INC. 311 The Parkway, Harr. Pk Thomas Durbec SIGNS AND GRAPHICS FASTSIGNS 346 State Hwy 17N, Upper Saddle River Bill Miller VETERINARIAN OLD TAPPAN VETERINARY 598 Broadway, Norwood Oldtappanvet.com Dr. Neil Hess and Dr. Christine Asgar We are both HP residents! WATERPROOFING BONDED WATERPROOFING SERVICES, INC. 65 Woodbine Street Bergenfield, NJ Louis Alloro

6 From the Mayor s Desk. A TRIBUTE TO PETER A. SMITH I recently had the pleasure of reviewing a photo essay produced by Kathleen Getsos as a tribute to her father, Peter A. Smith. It is entitled Harrington Park in the Fall. Mr. Smith is a long time resident of Harrington Park with an extensive record of community service which included many hours of volunteer work with the HP Fire Department and Our Lady of Victories Church. My copy of the publication has been delivered to the HP Public Library for you to enjoy. In addition, Mr. Smith will be the guest speaker at the Harrington Park Historical Society meeting, Monday, May 4, 2009, 7:30pm at the HP Library. Mr. Smith will share his memories and thoughts about his life in Harrington Park. Hopefully you will be able to join us. OUR SCOUTS CAME THROUGH AGAIN! In an effort to supply our Food Pantry, both the Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts have involved themselves with the HP food drive. They assisted in collecting contributions at the A & P in Old Tappan as well as at the Opening Day Spring Sports Parade. The following scouts took part in this event: Peter Francis Matthew Gorman Nick Hargrove Seth Mahoney Laine Martin Sean Martin Dean Meluban Lee Meluban Paulie Migliaccio Tommy Migliaccio Joe Moskowitz Mary Moskowitz Jonathan Pankauski Trevor Reese Kaitlin Tietz Mitchell Vaughn Seth Vaughn Vishal Vijayakumar In addition, a special thank you is extended to the Scout leaders and parents who helped assist and supervise the drive. A total of 75 bags of food were collected as well as $132 in cash donations. If you know someone in need, we can help. Both food and Shop-rite gift certificates are readily available. Please contact Mrs. Ann Bistritz at for more information. LIFE SAVERS TO BE RECOGNIZED You may recall that last fall, we honored six people who saved the life of Mr. Robert Lewis who had an automobile accident and was trapped inside his vehicle. The six people mentioned below rescued Mr. Lewis minutes before his car was engulfed in flames. Patrolman Justin Fierro HP PD Patrolman David Sprengel, HP PD Patrolman Aldo Guerino, Closter PD Patrolman John McTigue, Closter PD Patrolman Matthew Thornhill, Closter PD Mr. Paul Skiadas, Paulies Restaurant, Closter The five police officers, as well as Mr. Skiadas, were nominated for awards from the 200 Club and the American Red Cross of Northern New Jersey. It is totally justified that these six heroes will be acknowledged for this act of heroism. Congratulations gentlemen for a job well done! RECENT COUNCIL ACTIONS The 2009 Municipal Budget was introduced at the April 20, 2009 Mayor and Council meeting. In addition, the Salary Ordinance was also introduced. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 19, 2009 in the Borough Hall at 8:00pm. The Council and Planning Board with the assistance of Mr. Michael Hakim, have finalized our COAH Housing Element and Fair Share Plan. It has been submitted to the State for final approval and is available for your review at Borough Hall during the hours of 9:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. In order to comply with State regulations, the Mayor and Council have authorized Neglia Engineering Associated to prepare our Stormwater Annual Report and Certification for the DEP. Finally, work continues with efforts to develop shared service contracts with Closter, Norwood and Northvale..Paul A. Hoelscher, Mayor

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