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Three options for funding new housing for seniors are being discussed by officials in the borough of North Arlington.
Although many people turn to the Internet for shopping these days, online retailers look to warehouse space for storage of their products, a factor which bodes well for those who own such space in northern New Jersey, which has access to the biggest port on the east coast and a large population of shoppers.
Government officials from North Arlington recently allowed RCM Ceberio LLC, its consultant for redevelopment, to work with The Hampshire Companies for the development of property in the redevelopment area of Porette Avenue.
The inductees for the Advertising Hall of Fame of New Jersey for 2016 have recently been announced by the New Jersey Ad Club, located in North Arlington. The inductees were honored at a gala awards ceremony in West Orange at the Highlawn Pavilion.
Home Dynamix, a company specializing in carpeting and floor coverings, will be moving from Moonachie to a building it owns in North Arlington. The building will be vacated by the Swedish retailer H&M by the end of the year.
The Mayor and Council of North Arlington recently honored members of the North Arlington Volunteer Emergency Squad (NAVES) for their use of a newly-acquired CPR machine to save a life.
BJs Wholesale Club Inc., headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts, recently announced that its food courts based inside its stores will be replaced with Dunkin Donuts shops or kiosks.
A steel beam from the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001 now stands temporarily in Zadroga Park in North Arlington.
Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington recently received a gift of $250,000 from Tom Klein, class of 1980, as part of its efforts to raise $1 million by June 30 before it will be closed forever.
Julie Glazer has recently been appointed as superintendent of the Nutley Public Schools. Nutley is just a short distance from North Arlington.
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