Week in Review: Ravi Supporters March, New Cop Cars Shelved, Impasse on Water Utility Lawsuit

Catch up on the news this week.

Although police cars frequently break down, the village has for over a month shelved rolling out several brand new cars. Officials have no explanation as to why cars are unused at a private lot in Glen Rock. Five new vehicles are expected to be rolled out next week.

Mediation has come to an unceremonious end in settling a $3.3 million lawsuit filed on behalf of Wyckoff, Glen Rock and Midland Park that accuses Ridgewood of illegally using the water utility revenue to fund its own municipal operating budget.

He wanted to run but mom said no. Eighteen-year-old Sean Massaro's Glen Rock school board candidacy is in doubt after his mother said he will be dropping out to focus on his own education.

A student at George Washington Middle School is facing disciplinary action after school officials discovered he had brought an airsoft gun to school on Wednesday.

A 21-year-old New York man is facing a slew of charges for allegedly attempting to obtain oxycodone with an invalid prescription. Police say he's made similar attempts in Glen Rock before and social media and a smart pharmacist helped lead to the capture. His accused accomplices remain at large.

Before the Town Garage can be razed and a new mixed-use development erected, the village would have to change the property's zoning status and determine how to figure out the tricky parking situation.

One of two alleged perfume thieves was arrested in Glen Rock on Tuesday. The pair are accused of making off with $5,700 worth of perfume (about 100 bottles) from the Glen Rock CVS.

Former school board member Charlie Reilly says the newest BOE member, Jim Morgan, should not be involved in possible contract negotiations with Ridgewood superintendent Daniel Fishbein because of an alleged bias.

Supporters of Dharun Ravi, the man convicted of illegally spying on Ridgewood native Tyler Clementi, marched on the state capital claiming the Indian native was unfairly tried and should face no jail time.

Slow down! A number of streets in Ridgewood will be reduced from 35 or 40 mph to 25 in all residential sections, should a new ordinance pass in June.


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