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Hope for Theater, Police Building Renovation in Top Teaneck News

A look back at the week's top Teaneck news

Landlord Hopes to Keep Theater on Cedar Lane

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.

Bogota Man Killed in Pearl River Industrial Accident

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.  

Plans for Proposed $3.1M Police Building Project Detailed

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.

Family Makes Donation to Teaneck Schools

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. 

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