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Little Ferry monthly police report - July


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Little Ferry gets one-year reprieve for most of its Meadowlands Tax Sharing Program payment

The Borough of Little Ferry is receiving a one-year repireve from 80 percent of its required payment into the Meadowlands Tax Sharing Program

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Little Ferry church 'raised from the dead'

Church leaders rededicated St. Margaret of Cortona Church, which was badly damaged by floodwaters after Superstorm Sandy, in a ceremony Sunday rich in tradition and prayer.

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Little Ferry church ravaged by Sandy set to reopen Sandy set to reopen

St. Margaret of Cortona Church in Little Ferry, which was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy, is preparing to celebrate its first Sunday Mass in the main church building since the storm after months of renovation.

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Little Ferry Police Blotter: July 30

A summary of incidents in Little Ferry through July 30th

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In Little Ferry, Christie announces dispersal of Homeowner Resettlement checks

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie visits Little Ferry today to announce the dispersal of homeowner resettlement checks to residents who have applied for the Homeowner Resettlement Program and encourage every resident that qualifies to apply for the program.

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Little Ferry Police Reprts: July 22

A blotter of incidents in Little Ferry through July 22.

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Little Ferry schools to receive a donation from the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

The Little Ferry Public School Schools will be receiving part of a $4.5 million donation made by the United Arab Emirates to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.

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Little Ferry brings back former superintendent Mark Hayes

The Little Ferry Public Schools properly introduced its new superintendent at the July 18 Board of Education meeting.

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Little Ferry using FEMA loan to keep average tax hike to $98

This year’s average tax increase will be limited to $98, largely because of a $2.53 million loan from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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