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Bogota Police Reports: Jan. 17

A summary of incidents in Bogota as released by the Bogota Police Department.

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Bogota Board of Education swears in 1 incumbent and 2 newcomers to their seats

One incumbent and two newcomers were sworn in to their seats on the Bogota Board of Education at its reorganization meeting on Jan. 7 at Bogota High School.

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Republicans Kelemen and Mitchell sworn in at Bogota's reorganization meeting

Republican councilmen Christopher Kelemen and John Mitchell were sworn in at Bogota's reorganization meeting on Saturday, Jan. 4.

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New year and new council marks shift in political power in Bogota

The Bogota Borough Council's first meeting of the year on Jan. 4 marked a shift in the balance of political power in Bogota as two Democratic councilmen joined forces with two newly-seated Republican councilmen.

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Wall Street exec, formerly from Bogota, killed in accident

Robert Norton, who was born in Hackensack and raised in Bogota, and went on to have a lengthy and high-level career in equity-sales marketing, died in a motorcycle accident on Dec. 31. He was 61.

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Bogota Council members question why emergency workers have personal use of borough vehicles.

Bogota Mayor Tito Jackson says some emergency services could be jeopardized if the council bans use of town-bought support vehicles.

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Unusual coalition takes control of Bogota Council

Upholding a promise to take the borough government in a new direction, two new Republican council members and two Democratic allies demonstrated the power of their budding coalition at a raucous reorganization meeting Saturday.

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Bogota Council moves forward with ambulance purchase

The Bogota Borough Council accepted a bid of $227,000 from Horton Emergency Vehicles for a new ambulance.

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A year in review: Bogota

The Bogota Bulletin takes a look back at some of the notable events that occured in 2013.

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Bogota brings in $500,000 in Superstorm Sandy aid

Borough Administrator August “Chip” Greiner said last week that Bogota has received close to $500,000 in insurance payments and aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency €” and $75,000 more is expected.

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