Stop by from 9 a.m. to noon on May 4.
Questions? Comments? Concerns? You can bring them all on Saturday, May 4 between 9 a.m. and noon at the council chambers in Ridgewood Village Hall. Mayor Paul Aronsohn will be holding office hours. For an appointment call the village clerk at 201-670-5500 ext. 206. You can stop by without an appointment, but those with appointments are given priority.
More homes are without power Sunday than were on Saturday despite the utility claiming full restoration by midnight.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
The following message was drafted by Ridgewood Mayor Paul Aronsohn and sent to village residents Sunday morning. Restoring power to Ridgewood has and remains our number priority in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. We fully recognize the hardship being faced by many Ridgewood families and are doing everything possible to mitigate it. The storm did considerable damage to Ridgewood. Immediately following the hurricane, it was estimated that over 70% of the Village was without power. That included Valley Hospital and the Ridgewood Water Company. (Both have since been restored.) Yesterday, PSEG estimated that about 55% of Ridgewood remained without power. Today, the utility estimates that approximately 66% of the Village has no power. The…
"It means a lot to me," Paul Aronsohn said of the gesture.
Ridgewood Mayor Paul Aronsohn will be honored by his synagogue, Temple Israel, at its Shabbat service on Saturday morning. Aronsohn, a member of the Grove Street house of worship, is believed to be the first Jewish mayor in the village's history. "It's wonderful," Aronsohn said of the recognition ceremony. "It's wonderful to be recognized by the community. The Temple Israel community really revolves around our Ridgewood community. It's really something special, it means a lot to me." He'll be given an aliyah, a reading of a section in the Torah, and then a m'shaberakh, a special prayer, before addressing the congregation Saturday morning. The kiddush, a meal following the Shabbat service, will be in Aronsohn's honor. The public is welcome…