Week in Review: Meeting on Votee Park Contamination, New Burger Restaurant
A look at the week's top stories in Teaneck.
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Budding restaurateurs might shy away from starting a business in today’s economic climate, but for Avi Roth, there’s no better place and no better time than now to open Gotham Burger Co. on Queen Anne Road in Teaneck.
The Bergen County Democratic Party nominated Teaneck Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen for the 5th Congressional District Thursday night, northjersey.com reported.
Public Service Electric and Gas has started tree pruning work in Teaneck in an effort to maintain the reliability of area electric lines, the company said.
Teaneck and state Department of Environmental Protection officials met Tuesday to review ways to handle soil contamination found in Milton A. Votee Park.
The Board of Education has approved installing ground-mounted solar panel canopies at six district building, according to a report on northjersey.com.
Teaneck’s zoning board approved a Public Service Electric and Gas plan Thursday to upgrade its electricity substation on the Bergenfield border, clearing the way for a project the utility says will decrease power outages for more than 80,000 Bergen County customers.