The Ridgewood Village Council will be entertaining discussions on items that are sure to elicit interest and controversy among the residents on Wednesday night.
Split into two sections – the first portion beginning at 7 p.m. – the council will finally hear the big parking/retail proposal on behalf of some chamber of commerce members.
It's a doozy of a plan and we'll have complete, detailed coverage on it Tuesday night, so make sure to check back.
Remember when then-Deputy Mayor Tom Riche said a proposal to force homeowners to take responsibilty (and incur the costs) for maintenance of trees in the right of way was ? Well, the council will be hearing more about ongoing plans given that the workers that maintain the trees are all retiring. That should be fun.
Readers by some of the . They'll have the opportunity to tell the decision makers what they think for the public hearing Wednesday night.
Among the bigger issues on the council's plate is the continuing . The village has less than five months to nail down a plan to meet a narrowband federal standard. Experts in radio communications will be available to field questions from residents on the $1.5 million plan it hopes to share with Glen Rock.
Lastly, the council will go back to the well once again and talk about .
The action starts at 7 p.m. at .
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