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Little Ferry police reports, June 28


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Public hearings continue on subdivision in Little Ferry

The Little Ferry Planning Board continued its public hearing on a housing project set for marshland behind Mariani Drive.

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Little Ferry engineer says housing plan could ease water woes

Plans to develop almost 6 acres at the end of Mariani Drive in Little Ferry will likely reduce water runoff onto neighboring properties, according to the borough engineer.

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Little Ferry First Aid Corps receives another generous donation

The Little Ferry First Aid Corps has received another generous donation to help them rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

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Little Ferry officials look to minimize future flooding

The Little Ferry Mayor and Council held a special meeting last week after another rain storm brought more flooding.

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Little Ferry to hear builder's plans to manage storm water for controversial project

Little Ferry residents are organizing to protest a plan to raze 5.38 wooded acres to make way for 16 single-family homes, fearing it would increase runoff and cause more flooding on their properties. .

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Little Ferry plans to ban smoking in public parks

Little Ferry may join a growing list of municipalities to ban smoking in public parks and recreation areas.

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Little Ferry removes right on red at busy intersection during certain hours at busy intersection

Little Ferry adopted an ordinance to prevent drivers from turning right on red at the corner of Washington Avenue and Liberty Street.

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Little Ferry lifts rent control restriction

Little Ferry Mayor and Council voted unanimously to remove the rent control restriction within the borough.

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