Ken Gabbert remains the Ridgewood Village Manager. Carlo's Bakery is the toast of the town. Kathleen Regan gets to be superintendent in Glen Rock for a few weeks. But that's old news!
What's going to happen this week? Well, there's no crystal ball around these parts but here's a snapshot at stories you'll read on Patch this week.
*The Glen Rock school board meets Monday night at 8 p.m. Agenda items include a presentation on the 2013-2014 budget. Among the major goals of the school board this year is to pass a budget with a tax increase at 1 percent or less. We'll have the latest on the Glen Rock school budget on Tuesday.
*The Ridgewood Planning Board is expected to wrap up key testimony on the downtown housing zone change request, specifically from a traffic engineer. The special meeting will be held Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall.
*A resident last week brought up the idea of having the Ridgewood police strengthen efforts to crack down on texting-while-driving. Expect a report this week.
*Remember the brouhaha from the council meeting two weeks ago? The one where accusations flew every which way? We'll have a follow up on how the council plans on crafting a protocol to inform others of meetings.
*Tons of everyday critics use Yelp! to sound off on their restaurant experience. Which eateries fare best? We'll let you know later this week.
*Barring any last minute changes, the council should be voting Wednesday night on whether to give managers and non-union staff incentive raises. Stay tuned for the latest on that front.
*You didn't forget about the canine controversy, did you? The Ridgewood council should be voting Wednesday on upping the licensing fee of 'dangerous dogs' up to $700.