2009 Reorganization Meeting
On January 1, 2009 at 11:45 a.m., a Sine Die Meeting was held to conclude 2008 business. Upon the seating of new council members, Mayor Rose Marie Heck declared the 2009 Reorganization Meeting in session.[Photo & story]
Mayor's Annual Report

NJ DOT Plans to Upgrade Route 17 Intersections
in pdf format [Williams Avenue] [Franklin Avenue] [Union Avenue] [Highland Cross]

On July 26, 2006, the Department of Transportation (DOT) held a public forum regarding Route 17 at the Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Council Chambers.  The purpose was to inform local residents, officials and the business community about the proposed construction on Route 17 at the following signalized intersections: Williams Avenue, Franklin/Malcolm, Union Avenue and Highland Cross. DOT has identified these intersections as problem areas. [Story]

2008 Tree Lighting at The Circle
[Movie] avi format/6 k

Sign for the Times

The Borough of Hasbrouck Heights installed a public notice sign at the Municipal Complex at the corner of The Boulevard and Central Avenue. The sign cost about $12,000, plus $3,000 for electrical and computer hook-up. It was funded from the capital ordinance for the construction of the municipal building. [Story & photo]

Heights Continues Walking School Bus

Lt. Thomas Archer of the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department announced that the “Walking School Bus” program will be expanded during the upcoming school year. Last year, students participated in a trial program from Euclid School on Tuesdays and Lincoln School on Thursdays.

Camping with the Classics
The Hasbrouck Heights Public Library held a Family Camp-in on Friday and Saturday, August 1st and 2nd, from 9:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. About 120 attended, with 80 sleeping over. [Story & photo]

Annual Senior Citizen Picnic

A picnic is a picnic whether it is held outdoors or indoors. The decision to hold the Annual Senior Picnic indoors this year, did not take anyone by surprise. [Story & photo]

2008 Children's Patriotic Parade
It was all red, white and blue for a "Happy Birthday America"
[Photo & story]

Heights Lions Light Up The Night Sky
On Wednesday, July 2, 2008, the Hasbrouck Heights Lions Club sponsored the 24th Annual Fireworks Program. Officials estimated paid attendance over 3,500. [Photos and story]

HHFD Drills with PA TEB Police
On Saturday, June 28, 2008, the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department participated in a familiarization drill at Teterboro Airport with the Port Authority Police, led by Sergeant Frank S. Farfalla Jr. The purpose of the exercise was to foster better coordination of resources and to familiarize the HHFD with protocol during an aircraft incident on the airfield. [Photos and story]

Jr. Police Academy Starts With a Bang
At the end of June, thirty-three newly graduated eighth graders started their summer off with a bang – literally. These adventurous children comprised the ninth recruit class of the Hasbrouck Heights Junior Police Academy. For five days, the recruits took part in training that mirrors the regimen a real police recruit undergoes while in the academy. [Story & photos]

HH Little League Picnic 2008
The Hasbrouck Heights Little League held its Annual Picnic on Saturday, June 19, 2008, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Little League Complex. An estimated 1,400 folks enjoyed plenty of grilled foods, Italian ices and cold drinks. [Photos and story]

2,140 Pounds Shredded
On Saturday, June 7th, 2008, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Hasbrouck Heights residents and businesses had 2,140 pounds of sensitive documents safely shredded and recycled for free at the Central Avenue parking lot. [Photo & story]

Farmers Market is Back,
. The 8th Annual Farmers’ Market began on June 17th with a visit from NJ Secretary of Agriculture Charles M. Kuperus. The Farmers Market is held every Tuesday at Blvd and Washington, 12:00 to 6:00 p.m [Photo and story]

Farmers Market Bus
Free Local bus is sponsored by the Mayor's Business Community Committee in cooperation with the Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce. [Photo & story]

Memorial Day 2008 Observed
On May 26, 2008, the Hasbrouck Heights Memorial Day activities began with a well attended parade from Williams Avenue, along Terrace Avenue, concluding at Memorial Park. This was the 89th year that the citizens of Hasbrouck Heights observed Memorial Day at this Monument. [Photos and story]

HHFD Memorial Day Service 2008
Following the Hasbrouck Heights Memorial Day Veterans ceremony, the parade continued along Passaic Avenue to the Firemen’s Memorial at The Circle for a brief service. [Photo and story]

HHPD Memorial Dedication
On May 14, 2008, the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department conducted a dedication of their Police Memorial, located at Boulevard and Central. [Photo & story]

The Big Payoff
On Saturday, May 10, 2008, at about 10:50 a.m., the pagers sounded the call for an overturned vehicle with two people trapped at the corner of Terrace and Bell Avenues. [Photo & story]

Scouts Learn About Recycling
On Saturday morning, April 5, 2008, Cub Scout Pack 17 Wolf Den toured the Hasbrouck Heights Recycling Depot. [Photo & story]

HH Municipal Complex Rocks
The Municipal Alliance of Hasbrouck Heights sponsored a Battle of the Bands evening on March 8, 2008 in the Municipal Complex community room.[Photo & story]

The Andy Feintuch Memorial Wrestling Tournament
was held on Sunday, February 24 from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Hasbrouck Heights High School in the new gym. [Photo & story]

Reorganization Meeting 2008
On January 1, 2008 at 11:45 a.m., a Sine Die Meeting was held to conclude 2007 business. Upon the seating of new mayor and council members, Mayor Rose Marie Heck declared the 2008 Reorganization Meeting in session.[Photo & story]
Mayor Ronald R. Jones [Annual Message 2007]
Mayor Rose Marie Heck [Inaugural Message 2008]


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