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May 14, 2021
200 Firefighters Battle Apartment Flames

Here is a real world example of how quickly a three-alarm fire can spread and severely damage 24 apartments. Two hundred firefighters battled the flames and four firefighters were injured. Witnesses said it was fast, intense and scary. Nearby residents stood by worried the winds wouldn't shift their way. The 188 Broadway application is proposing […]

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May 6, 2021
More 188 Broadway Issues

The new 188 Broadway application is very similar to the original application with only a modest reduction of 7 apartment units. The new application is bad because... The owners are still applying for a second building. The application is for 2 stories and a total of 53 apartments for a density of 14.8 units per […]

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May 4, 2021
Zoning Board Quotes For Unanimous Denial

The following quotes are excerpts from the July 23, 2019 Zoning Board meeting where the Board Members unanimously denied 188 Broadway application to convert the existing office building to rental apartments and to construct a second building for a total of 60 rental apartments at one of the busiest intersections in town. "...the construction of […]

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April 29, 2021
History of 188 Broadway Application

The property at 188 Broadway, corporate office building for the former Wallenius Wilhelmsen, is located in close proximity to the train station intersection. The new principle owners on record are Paul Kaufman (form attorney for both Woodcliff Lake and Paramus), and Richard LaBarbiera (Mayor of Paramus). Upon purchase of this property, an application was submitted […]

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August 19, 2019
Mayor Calls for Tax Assessor Investigation

August 19, 2019 At the Mayor & Council meeting on July 15, meeting minutes, residents supplied documents which demonstrated a potential improper tax rebate awarded to the owners of 188 Broadway. As a cost saving measure, Woodcliff Lake uses the Paramus Tax Assessor. Therefore, his boss is the Mayor of Paramus who is also a partner of the 188 […]

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July 28, 2019
Traffic Counts

Traffic Counts for Broadway and Woodcliff Ave From a period between Nov 28, 2018 and December 6, 2018 police chief Anthony Jannicelli conducted a traffic count. The results are as follows: Woodcliff Ave crossing the causeway westbound: 4,041 vehicles - Nov 28 Woodcliff Ave crossing the causeway eastbound: 9,450 vehicles - Dec 12 Broadway southbound: […]

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July 28, 2019
July 23, 2019 Last Chance To Be Heard

Zoning Board Meeting July 23rd at 7:30pm Last Chance to Voice Your Concerns! The Zoning Board, prior to their VOTE, will open for public comment where all residents will be allowed to state their comments regarding the proposed 60 apartments at 188 Broadway. Come to the meeting and bear witness as to how our appointed […]

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