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Fire District Elections, More This Week

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Monday

  • The Bridgewater Commons Mall is from Bloomingdale's. We want to know what you think should be added to the mall.
  • The Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center held its annual Purim carnival Sunday. We'll have photos of the big event.

Tuesday

  • The fire district elections are coming up this weekend. We'll have details on the proposed budgets for all four districts.

Wednesday

  • Several students, and the jazz band, are going to be performing at Carnegie Hall. We'll have details on who and when.

Thursday

  • So many former students are earning their places on their college Dean's Lists. We'll have an updated lists of students earning that honor.
Mike Umbris February 11, 2013 at 01:53 PM
Please vote AGAINST fire district #3 Budget. The Green Knoll fire company has REPEATEDLY refused to publicly open their finances in light of the T-Mobile controversy they are involved with. This group has uprooted the goodwill in their community by harassing seniors with coughing and verbal abuse during their testimony at the zoning board, and further I was witness to the Chief of the Green Knoll FD get into a physical confrontation with an objector at their Zoning Board hearing. Vote NO on their budget as a message that Green Knoll Fire Company must disclose their financial dealings with Large Corporations if they are to accept tax dollars. They can not have it both ways. Vote NO.
DD February 11, 2013 at 08:16 PM
Mike, do you really have any idea what you are talking about? i think everyone is TIRED of reading your posts. please try to volunteer or better yet get a job so you have something better to do then bash a fire company. thanks
Mike Umbris February 12, 2013 at 02:49 AM
'DD' a user with no name and no posting history.. I am proud of my contributions to this town, there are many, and I don't ask for recognition. Your Fire Company's donations are reportedly down 60% due to the way you treat your neighbors. I can only hope a change of leadership happens soon so we can restore order to your troubled Fire Company. Thanks for the post George.

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