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1:51 pm on Friday, March 29, 2013
Utterly classless, "delgado". When in doubt, either silence or a "Wish you a speedy recovery" are appropriate responses.
5:08 pm on Friday, January 25, 2013
A delicious treat! Try adding some walnuts and a cup of Greek yogurt to the batter for extra health points.
4:55 pm on Friday, January 25, 2013
“If everybody in town reduces their garbage output by a pound a week, Fair Lawn would end up saving $35,000,” Goldstein said.
35K is a nice chunk of change and a small step towards something larger. Way to go, Joan!
7:49 pm on Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Walter, assuming what I may think or what may bother me is faulty logic, at the best, on your part. As an aside, will I be reading an anti-Trawinski screed from you in next week's Community News?
7:44 pm on Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Phil, your initial argument is innacurate. You are arguing that all X cars (let's use 165 for argument's sake) will be on the road at rush hour and at Plaza, Cooper or Fair Lawn at the same time. That's not probable.
I don't know what the grade of service is used for road traffic engineering, but it certainly isn't a P0.01.
Much to Mr. Weglein's dismissive attitude, I do share your concern about safety. Ask me about the folks coming out of Glen Rock barrelling down Plaza Road North or those using Owen Avenue as a shortcut. As the pit guys at Formula 1 races say, "Piano, piano, piano" and using hand motions with the palm parallel to the ground.
As to the groundwater/chemical contamination, the NJ DEP does have standards and does require tests, tests, tests and more tests. NJ DEP has the most stringent testing of all 50 states and you know why I know that? The first commissioner of the Department of Environmental Commission was my neighbor. Richard Sullivan personally made the NJDEP what it is still today and back in the day those restrictions put many a slipshod developer not only out of business but facing heavy fines and penalties.
As to "the group", why didn't you put your name in for consideration for the Board of Trustees this year?
11:42 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Not to be Clintonese, but define what "this" is you want me to define or explain, Walter.
10:25 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Tommy P, wrong. The property is owned by the Radburn Association and rights to use are granted to all Radburn residents. Your imprecise language just lends fuel to a fire that doesn't need to be relit.
10:21 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Walter, this argument lost in court several times. You can say it over and over again, but it won't make it true. Daly Field is owned by the Radburn Association.
8:12 pm on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Walter, Radburn residents do not pay dues - and you know it. It's called an assessment (and no, it doesn't count what the line item on a tax return says).
And yes, Daly Field is private property - read the sign again.
6:40 pm on Monday, October 8, 2012
I suppose if a fellow diner was having a discussion about a taboo subject to Mr. Lechner, he would probably pop a cork trying to get that other diner to "change his channel". I think it's a form of child abuse to take your child to Mickie D's for a "meal". How about a more healthy alternative or perhaps a small, family-owned & run eatery in Fair Lawn?
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