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Bogota borough officials help bag hunger

Bogota Borough officials put on aprons at a local ShopRite to help bag hunger.

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Paramus walk raises profile and funds for DWI survivors support group

End DWI, a Bogota-based support group, drew 140 participants to its inaugural "Walk of Remembrance" Sunday at Van Saun County Park in Paramus. The 1½ mile walk raised about $12,000, three times more than expected. But the group's treasurer said fundraising was just part of the walk’s purpose. The event was also meant to create awareness of End DWI, to build its membership, to recruit volunteers and to reestablish its ties to local law enforcement.

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Bergen County Bomb Squad removes ordnance from Bogota Police Headquarters

The Bergen County Bomb Squad was called to Bogota Police Headquarters to remove an ordnance brought in by a resident.

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Dogs are now allowed to walk in Bogota park - with rules

The Bogota Council passed an ordinance at last Thursday’s meeting, 5-0, to allow dogs on the walking track on the east side of Olsen Park.

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Heated Bogota meeting stirs up concerns

The Bogota Council passed an ordinance, 4-2, to accept an application for a long-term tax exemption and financial agreement between the borough and 297 Palisades Urban Renewal Company, LLC in front a packed house at Borough Hall Sept. 19.

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Bogota giving developer tax break


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Bogota receives grants to fix infrastructure problems

The Borough of Bogota will be receiving a DOT grant and a County Community Develop grant to help fix its infrastructure problems.

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In Senate race, Booker maintains a wide double-digit lead

Cory Booker, the Democratic mayor of Newark, has the support of 64 percent of likely voters in the race for U.S. Senate, the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll found. Another 29 percent favor Steve Lonegan,former Bogota mayor, with 6 percent of voters undecided.

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Bogota looks into renovating borough hall

The Borough of Bogota is looking into doing renovations to the borough hall as well as other rooms in the municipal buildiong.

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Bogota will obtain open space grant to build exercise station in Olsen Park

The Bogota borough council has passed a resolution to obtain a matching open space grant from Bergen County.

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