Hope for Theater, Police Building Renovation in Top Teaneck News
A look back at the week's top Teaneck news
The landlord of the recently closed Cedar Lane Cinemas is committed to finding another tenant to run the historic theater, a consultant for the group said Sunday.
Still, potential theater operators approached so far have been unwilling to cover the approximately $300,000 to $500,000 cost of upgrading the decades-old cinema’s four screens to a soon-required digital projection system, said Dennis Gralla, a real estate consultant for landlord Cedar Lane Teaneck Corp.
A 59-year-old Bogota man was killed Friday when he was crushed by a 2,500-pound crate of computer equipment while working in Pearl River, according a funeral home and police.
Officials have published the latest plans in a project that would link Teaneck’s Municipal Building with the long-vacant police headquarters, and move town workers from basement offices into new space.
Superintendent of Teaneck Schools Barbara Pinsak, with members of the Teaneck Board of Education at a recent board meeting formally thanked Teaneck residents Lynda and Nina Ores for their gift to the Teaneck Schools.