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Tenafly might conduct hydrology study of protected land

TENAFLY - As the municipality prepares for a possible referendum which would determine the Tenafly Nature Center's (TNC) construction project on protected land, the borough engineer believes officials will need to conduct a hydrology study of the area in order to meet state statute.

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Plans to build special-needs housing in Tenafly snagged on funding uncertainty

Bergen County United Way’s plan for special-needs housing at 311 Tenafly Road has a problem: lack of funding.

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Despite protests, Tenafly approves adding light, artificial turf to Geissinger Field

Tenafly's Borough Council approved a deal that calls for the upgrade of Geissinger Field with lighting and artificial turf.

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Good Bite: a meatloaf burger

Blue Star Burgers in Tenafly will mix your toppings right into the patty.

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Tenafly park is rededicated to former teacher

TENAFLY - Rose Jung, a former Smith School teacher, left an enduring mark on the elementary school - so much so that the school's park is named in her her honor.

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Tenafly to update offerings to meet new educational standards

TENAFLY - In order to fall in line with Common Core State Standards and the upcoming Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exams next year, the district is implementing new curriculum including Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM).

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Democrats sweep in Tenafly race

TENAFLY - Democrats Maxim Basch and Daniel Park secured three-year terms on the Tenafly Borough Council, beating out Republican incumbent Martha Kerge and her running mate Sean Callahan in the Nov. 5 election.

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Pleva wins Tenafly BOE seat

TENAFLY - In a contested race for a two-year unexpired term on the Tenafly Board of Education, Eileen Pleva has won - beating out Barry Honig, Patricia Flynn, and Sherri Rothstein.

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