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Lawyer for a Cedar Grove resident who was charged $10,457.90 for his quarterly water bill, says he'll let a court decide if the water meter was faulty.
At Monday night's meeting the Cedar Grove Council passed ordinance setting two-hour commuter parking limits.
Council passes ordinance affecting Briarhill Road, Devonshire Road South, Lakewood Avenue and Union Street.
Residents petition council over proposed expansion of St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church.
Government, Police & Fire
Verona Community Center as well as Cedar Grove Municipal Building and Public Library to serve as cooling stations.
Quarterly tax rate result of state's inability to release its state aid calculations.
Cedar Grove Council reviews parking restrictions on township roads.
If approved by council, ordinance will provide a 2% pay increase to all non-union township workers.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
First Lady presented a 500-book donation and received the Humanitarian of the Year award from ASAH.
Young township resident expresses concerns about inorganic pesticides used on township athletic fields.
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