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  Rockleigh Borough, New Jersey
n addition to Northvale to the west, Rockleigh Borough is bounded on the North by Orangetown, NY, to the east by Alpine, NJ, and to the south by Norwood, NJ.
To the east, Borough parklands preserve as open space the natural habitat of a vast portion of the Lamont track on the wooded western slope of the Palisades.
The Borough is an example to the fact that the balanced inclusion of recreational and commercial activity within a residential area can do much to enhance all aspects of rural community living, exceptional recreational opportunity, and healthy commercial activity.
www.rockleigh.org   (485 words)

  Borough: Encyclopedia II - Borough - Historical boroughs
In each case, the new body was allowed to use the regalia of the old corporation, and appoint ceremonial office holders such as sword and mace bearers as provided in their original charters.
Boroughs and cities were collectively known as municipalities, and were enclaves separate from their surrounding counties.
In the 1980s some boroughs and cities began to be merged with their surrounding counties to form districts with a mixed urban and rural population.
www.experiencefestival.com /a/Borough_-_Historical_boroughs/id/618968   (1059 words)

  Somerville (New Jersey) - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Somerville (New Jersey), borough, seat of Somerset County, north central New Jersey, on the Raritan River; incorporated as a borough 1909.
Wylie, Elinor (1885-1928), American poet, born in Somerville, New Jersey.
It is formed by head-streams that meet west of Raritan, a borough near Somerville.
encarta.msn.com /Somerville_(New_Jersey).html   (134 words)

 New Jersey Lawyers voted Best in South Jersey - NJ Law Links
New Jersey Supreme Court and Appellate Division Opinions
Opinions of New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee
New Jersey Home Inspection Directory where you can find an inspector for the home you are planning to buy in New Jersey.
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 Consent Decree - U.S. v. Borough of Bound Brook, New Jersey (D.N.J)
Defendant Borough of Bound Brook ("Borough") is a political subdivision of Somerset County in the State of New Jersey located within the District of New Jersey.
From 1990 to 2000, the Borough's Latino population increased by 189%.
The Borough shall notify counsel for the United States in writing of the date on which the last such Notice was published or aired within ten (10) days of its publication or radio spot and shall at that time also provide copies of the written Notices as published and confirmation of the radio spots (e.g.
www.usdoj.gov /crt/housing/documents/boundbrooksettle.htm   (6609 words)

 Settlement Agreement Between The United States of America and Borough of Red Bank, New Jersey
The complainant alleged that the Borough in 1997 undertook resurfacing of its commercial areas, specifically its sidewalks and crosswalks, which resulted in walkways that are inaccessible to persons with disabilities.
Attached hereto as Attachment C is the Borough of Red Bank’s Compliance Chart, which hereby accepted by the Department of Justice as the compliance plan of the Borough of Red Bank.
The Borough will not place a surcharge on a particular individual with a disability or any group of individuals with disabilities to cover the cost of providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy, such as retrieving items from locations that are open to the public but are not accessible to persons who use wheelchairs.
www.usdoj.gov /crt/ada/redbank.htm   (4966 words)

 New Jersey Dental Plans, New Jersey Discount Dental Plans - Get a Discount Dental Plan in New Jersey
When it comes to dental discount plans, the good news is afford ability, breadth of services, and immediate coverage.
The bad news is greater financial risk and responsibility on your part.
Although the monthly cost of most discount dental plans is very low compared to the price of a traditional dental insurance or indemnity insurance policy, there's more allover financial risk with a dental discount plan.
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 New Jersey Top Lawyer Sites :: NJ's Top Lawyer Websites & NJ Legal Resources - SiteMap
Choosing an New Jersey lawyer or NJ Law Firm to represent you is an important decision.
New Jersey Top Lawyer Sites in the one source to find a New Jersey Lawyer, New Jersey Law Firm, or New Jersey Attorney by browsing our directory of New Jersey Lawyers and Local NJ Law Firms.
Visit our Areas of Practice section to easily search by Areas of New Jersey Practice or use our County Section to brose for a NJ Lawyer, or New Jersey Law Firm by New Jersey County.
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 New Jersey Nets, National Basketball Association - CBS SportsLine.com
NEW YORK -- New Jersey Nets owner Bruce Ratner's much-debated Atlantic Yards development project was approved Friday by the Empire State Development Corp., a major step forward in his bid to move the team to Brooklyn.
The $4 billion project -- which would reshape Brooklyn with a basketball arena, office towers and thousands of apartments -- was approved by EDC in a decision that was hailed by Gov. George Pataki and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
It would include a new sports arena for the New Jersey Nets, and 16 surrounding towers with housing, a hotel and office and retail space.
cbs.sportsline.com /nba/story/9859538   (659 words)

 Red Bank borough, New Jersey (NJ), Pictures
Red Bank, borough, Monmouth County, eastern New Jersey, on the Navesink River, near the Atlantic Ocean; incorporated as a borough 1908.
The borough was settled in 1665 and grew as a shipping port for the area's farm products.
The largest building in New Jersey is the backdrop to Jax in the winter of our discontent 2001 or early Spring 2002.
www.greatestcities.com /North_America/USA/New_Jersey_NJ/Red_Bank_borough.html   (253 words)

 [Template Page] - Glen Rock Borough - New Jersey
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Borough Council of Glen Rock that the bid for the Jacobson Mower is hereby awarded to the Wilfred MacDonald Co. in the amount of $15,806.07 per year for five years, subject to certification of funds by the CFO and approval of the contract by the Borough Attorney.
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Borough Council of Glen Rock, that the attached agreement with Vollmer Associates, LLP is hereby approved, and the Mayor and Clerk are authorized to sign and attest the agreement subject to approval by the Borough Attorney and certification of funds by the CFO.
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Borough Council of Glen Rock, that the Mayor and Borough Clerk are hereby authorized to sign and attest a labor agreement with PBA Local No. 110 for the years 2004, 2005 and 2006, subject to approval by the Labor Counsel and Benefits Coordinator.
www.glenrocknj.net /agendas_minutes/minutes_071404.html   (4352 words)

 Tax Assessor
Applicants must also be the owner as well as a permanent resident in the dwelling and a legal resident of the State of New Jersey to qualify.
New Construction, structural additions and improvements completed after October 1 are valued and taxed under the Added Assessment Law.
A new structure, or an addition to or alteration of an old structure, is valued as of the first day of the month following completion.
www.fairlawn.org /dept/taxassessor.htm   (3774 words)

 Rockaway Borough Well Field, Superfund, US EPA
The Borough is approximately 2.1 square miles in size and is located 10 miles north of Morristown and 25 miles northwest of Newark.
Rockaway Borough is bordered to the north and west by Rockaway Township and to the east and south by Denville.
Land use in the Borough is a mix of commercial, industrial and residential.
www.epa.gov /superfund/accomp/factsheets05/rockaway.htm   (860 words)

All property in the Borough was reevaluated in 1973.
Assessments in the Borough are made by the tax assessor as of October 1st of the pretax year.
Appeals are heard by the Essex County Board of Taxation or of New Jersey.
www.roselandnj.org /Admin/Taxes/assessment.htm   (320 words)

 Borough of Rockaway New Jersey Real Estate
Rockaway Borough New Jersey is home to 6,473 residents in Morris County, and covers 21 square miles of land.
Borough is 18 miles from Wayne, and is closest to the following cities; White Meadow Lake, NJ (1.3 miles), Victory Gardens, NJ (2.7 miles), Dover, NJ (3.2 miles), Lake Telemark, NJ (4.1 miles), Wharton, NJ (4.6 miles), Mountain Lakes, NJ (5.1 miles), Morris Plains, NJ (5.2 miles) and Boonton, NJ (7.2 miles).
Rockaway Borough is located approximately 40 miles west of New York City off of routes 80 and 46.
www.relocate-america.com /states/NJ/cities/rockaway.htm   (344 words)

 Historic Wanaque Borough, New Jersey.
The quiet valley, nestled between the Windbeam Mountains on one side and the Westbrook Mountains to the north-west, had begun to wake to the industrial growth of the late 1800's.
According to amateur local historian and genealogist Richard Townsend, whose great-grandfather John Townsend appeared on the Democratic ticket for Judge of Election in 1882, the Haskell School property was sold to the Borough by Cornelius Van Wagoner for $1.00 with the stipulation that the property only be used for a public school.
The North Jersey District Water Supply Commission had been created by the New Jersey Legislature in 1916 and by 1920, the first construction contracts would be awarded.
www.wanaqueborough.com /archive/borough.htm   (995 words)

 North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
The vacant parcel - which the borough also moved to condemn - is a former gas station that was recently considered for a bank.
Family members said that after rumors and rumblings about the fate of the gas station property, they decided to hire an appraiser to determine the value of their land and business, and were given the $5 million figure.
John W. Meeks said he believes the borough's idea to expand open space was in the works long before the high court ruling, but it didn't help.
www.northjersey.com /page.php?qstr=eXJpcnk3ZjczN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXk2MDYmZmdiZWw3Zjd2cWVlRUV5eTY3NjYyOTkmeXJpcnk3ZjcxN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXkz   (525 words)

 Rockaway Borough Fire Dept Page
Serving the citizens of Rockaway Borough, New Jersey since 1897, the Rockaway Borough Fire Department (RBFD) is an all volunteer force of 36 active men and women who respond to the emergency Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) demands of the Borough of Rockaway.
Whether you are a student, new to the area (at least 6 months) or a life-long Rockaway Borough resident, if you've got the time to dedicate to your community we'd love to have you.
After acceptance, new members are required to complete training provided by the Rockaway Borough Fire Dept and the Morris County Fire/Police Academy to include: Firefighter I and CPR/First Responder courses.
www.rockawayborough.com /fire.htm   (726 words)

 Mendham Borough Town Information - Morris County, New Jersey
Mendham Borough has a K - 8 district comprised of the new Hilltop School, K - 4, and Mountain View School, 5 - 8.
There is also a well stocked book store, a hardware store staffed by the owner and his family, an Apothecary that doubles as a general store also staffed by the owner and family, a florist and gift shop, dry cleaner,camera shop, jewelry store, liquor store, several restaurants, and banks.
Mendham Borough and Mendham Township split into two towns on May 15, 1906 when Mendham Borough was incorporated.
www.mendhammoves.com /communities/mendhamborough.html   (556 words)

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The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the administration of the borough’s fiscal affairs.
His or her duties include the management of various operating, capital and trust funds; budget preparation; collection of revenues; budgetary accounting; payroll; disbursements; and investment of borough funds.
Before taxes can be levied, all properties in the borough must be evaluated.
www.mountainside-nj.com /finance.htm   (268 words)

 New Jersey Real Estate Listings of Homes for Sale, Home Prices in New Jersey
Please select the beautiful New Jersey communities below to find all the real estate and neighborhood information you need to begin the search for your dream house, land, investment property - or to find what your home is worth in New Jersey.
All New Jersey real estate properties including homes for sale and houses are subject to prior sale or withdrawal.
Viewers are to check and confirm all information, including listings content and photos of houses, by contacting the sponsoring real estate broker or agent in New Jersey.
www.househunt.com /NJ   (341 words)

 New Jersey News - Topix
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NEW JERSEY (AP) - The state says it was to ensure safety, but managers of private bus lines in north Jersey say surprise inspections that took 11...
WOODBRIDGE - The New Jersey Turnpike Authority will conduct a study of Garden State Parkway accidents that have occurred at locations lacking guardrails...
www.topix.net /state/nj/page2   (515 words)

 AR.net >> New Jersey Borough Passes Pet Guardian Resolution   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wanaque, New Jersey, became the first municipality in that state to pass a resolution declaring that pet owners are to be referred to as "guardians."
Wanaque borough attorney Anthony Fiorello told The Record of Bergen County that the resolution was intended to be entirely symbolic,
It has no legal implication other than to try to bring the animal owner to a greater sense of responsibility to his pet.
www.animalrights.net /archives/year/2004/000204.html   (152 words)

 New-Jersey Business Directory, Indexed By County, Real Estate, Apartments, Genealogy, FREE LISTINGS
Sports Teams: New Jersey Nets (Basketball) and New Jersey Devils (Hockey)
Origin of Name: From the Channel Isle of Jersey
Points of Interest: Delaware Water Gap, Liberty State Park, the New Jersey State Aquarium in Camden, and Atlantic City
www.uscounties.com /New-Jersey   (81 words)

 Red Bank New Jersey -Our New Jersey Shore town site
English Settlers that made their livelihood fishing the New Jersey coast slowly began to migrate inland.
Seafood and produce were harvested in Red Bank and shipped north to New York City.
And to the delight of over 150,000 people, Red Bank is host to New Jersey’s largest fireworks display every July 3rd.
www.newjerseyshore.com /red-bank.shtml   (400 words)

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