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Closter dog quarantined after biting Trick-or-Treater

The Labrador retriever who bit a 12-year-old trick-or-treater Thursday night has not been reported for biting anyone before, police said.

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Trick-or-treater, 12, attacked by dog in Closter

A 12-year-old boy who was out collecting treats for Halloween was attacked and bitten on the face by a dog at a house on Robinhood Road, authorities said.

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Pros and cons of hiking N.J.'s minimum wage laid out in Closter debate

A debate Wednesday night at the Closter Public Library examined the two sides on the question of whether to raise New Jersey’s minimum wage by $1: The move would either be a job killer that especially hurts teenage workers and small businesses or a modest and overdue acknowledging of the struggles of people on the lowest rung of the economic ladder.

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Closter council revisits housing plan at shuttered Village School

CLOSTER €“ Borough officials want to help convert a former century-old school building into senior condominiums using affordable housing funds.

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Closter Borough Hall in line for fix-up

Closter’s Borough Hall is on track for a makeover after the Borough Council agreed to put out bids for the first phase of the project.

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Closter looking to buy, preserve Lustron House

CLOSTER €” After voting not to designate the Harold Hess Lustron House as a municipal landmark, the borough is hoping to acquire grants from the county to purchase the property from the owners and preserve it.

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Closter council votes not to designate Lustron House as landmark

CLOSTER €” The Mayor and Council declined to designate the Harold Hess Lustron House a municipal landmark, a unique home made of enameled steel after World War II.

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Closter council declines giving landmark status to historic home

The Borough Council has rejected municipal landmark status for the Harold Hess Lustron House, an unusual and rare example of a type of post-World War II housing that is up for sale by its owner.

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Closter railroad depot listed as historic landmark

CLOSTER €” The former railroad depot at 1 Station Court was declared a historic landmark site at the Mayor and Council meeting on June 26 after receiving approval from the borough's Planning Board.

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Closter Plaza redevelopment plans to debut next week

A developer planning to breathe new life into Closter Plaza site is scheduled to present plans for the center at public hearings to be held next Thursday and July 18 meetings of the Planning Board.

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