Tenafly To Install Solar Panels Starting May 2014

Tenafly To Install Solar Panels

In an effort to be more environmentally conscious and save energy costs Tenafly has started discussions back in September 2012 on installing these panels.  Aemrican Clean Energy ( ACE) has been awarded the installation project through a power purchase agreement for 15 years. The agreement allows ACE to charge a rate of $0.89 per kilowatt [...]

Sejong Soloists – A World-Class String Orchestra -To Perform In Tenafly

Sejong String Orchestra - To perform In Tenafly

  Tenafly, NJ – The world-class string orchestra Sejong Soloists hailed as “one of the top ensembles of today” by CNN, will give a demonstration concert at New York Music School located in Tenafly New Jersey on Sunday, April 28, at 4:00 PM. The event is part of the School’s outreach series aimed at providing the community with [...]

Tenafly Nature Center – Public Hearing April 23

Tenafly Nature Center Proposed New Home

The Nature Center officials will hold a public hearing on the center’s proposed building and development on the green acres property.  The hearing is to take place at the Borough hall Tuesday April 23 at 7:30pm. The green acres representatives are calling for the mayor and council to support a Public referendum  thus allowing the voters the right to [...]

New York School of Music Opens in Tenafly

New York School of Music in Tenafly

  Tenafly residents can now enjoy a richer cultural life with the opening of the pre-college music school.  The New York School of Music opened last month in its new location on 72 County Road. The school draws its distinguished faculty from prominent conservatories such as; Juilliard, Yale and the Manhattan School of Music. The school offers Pre-college [...]

The Impact Of High Taxes On Bergen County Residents

Bergen County Property Tax

It is no secret that Bergen County – The most populous county in the New Jersey  ( 905,000 residents) is also the one with the highest property taxes in the state. The median property tax figure in the county ( for 2012) was $9,232. If you look at what are the areas with the highest property tax [...]

Tenafly Considers New Tree Regulations

Tenafly Considers New Tree Regulations

A New proposal to combine the applications for moving soil and removing trees, and to add stricter guidelines for removing trees,  (which will require the applicant to first meet with the Department of Public Works and building department) was discussed in a meeting of the Tenafly council on December 4th 2012. DPW Director Robert Buetel said [...]

Bergen County NJ Towns Halloween Events

Bergen County NJ Halloween Events

Provided by http://ourcommonline.com  For Young Children: Dress up and trick-or-treat through the NJ Children’s Museum at their 14th Annual Spooktackular. Wear your costume and meet an author, hear stories, do crafts and then take part in a town wide parade and haunted house. Go see Stagefright: A Halloween Musical Comedy about a group of trick-or-treaters who come upon the house of [...]

Tenafly Plans to Add Lightining Warniing System for Open Fields In Town

Tenafly plans to add lightning detectors

BY  STEPHANIE SIMONE  NORTHERN VALLEY SUBURBANITE “…..too many children playing on too many fields and many people are active now, we would like to warn them in case of lightning in the area,”  said Tenafly council member Nadia LaMastra The monitoring system for the project is in its planning stages and will be located at the DPW. [...]

Gal Sharon a Tenafly High School Graduate Makes Dean’s List

Gal Sharon a Tenafly High School Graduate Makes Dean’s List

  Tenafly High School Graduate ,Gal Sharon  who is the son of Ran Sharon and Sigalit Sharon, of Tenafly, was named to the spring Dean’s List at Franklin & Marshall College. To qualify for the Dean’s list a student must earn a 3.25 or better grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Tenafly Mayor & Council Censure Councilman….Barry Honig….

Barry Honig Will Not Seek Re -election to Tenafly's Council

By Deena Yellin /The Record The Tenafly Borough Council  censured Councilman Barry Honig for it characterized as Honig’s   “reprehensible, unwarranted, and lacking of common decency…” behavior. The resolution that was approved at Tuesday night’s meeting, followed divisive comments by Honig at meetings and vitriolic letters to local newspapers, Mayor Peter Rustin said, adding that the final [...]