Articles Archive for October 2013
Please see the attached link to the Suburbanite Article from October 4th on PSE&G Electrical Service Upgrades that will affect Englewood and the Bergen County Area.
New electrical transformer at PSE&G’s Bergenfield substation came in March which will improve reliability and present future blackouts.
Many residents in the area were left without electricity for a week or more and out-of-state crews were called in by Rockland Electric and PSE&G for downed lines and transformer repairs.
After Hurricane Sandy, Englewood residents met with a PSE&G representative to voice their complaints during a Town Hall meeting that was set up by the Mayor’s office.
Please stay tuned for further information on these upgrades.
The City is proposing the forming of a light rail grassroots commission which will urge Transit to use recommendations made by the city during the light rail hearings.
This would be a joint venture between the EEDC and Mayor Frank Huttle III. This will have an impact on the economy, quality of life and the city’s growth.
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail would be extended to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center.
Please stay tuned for further updates on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and Englewood’s involvement.
Mayor Frank Huttle
At the City Council Meeting on October 22nd, Lawrence Suffern was officially appointed by the City Council to lead the Englewood Police Department.
It was a very proud moment in the City’s history with our current Chief Arthur O’Keefe handing over the reins of the Department to the Suffern, a 25 year veteran of the police force.
Congratulations are in order to our incoming Police Chief as well as thanks for our outgoing Police Chief and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
I pasted a link below to the Suburbanite Article on the City Council Meeting and the appointment for you convenience.
Mayor Frank Huttle III