Monday, February 25, 2013
Here are a few things we're working on this week for Wayne Patch.
Here is a sample of what we’re working on this week for Wayne Patch. Residents can sign up to help create the garden at town hall Monday. — Have a question or news tip? Contact editor Daniel Hubbard at Daniel.Hubbard@patch.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter. For news straight to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter.
Meeting sponsored by non-partisan group designed to educate residents about what the legislation means for them and their families.
The Concerned Citizens of Wayne (CCW) will be sponsoring another educational forum, this time, about The Affordable Care Act (ACA). Robert Schermer, a self-employed health services planner with more than 40 years experience in the field, will discuss the sweeping legislation and how it affects local families. Residents may ask questions during the open forum. The CCW is a non-partisan group of residents founded with the idea of educating people about local and national issues, like the ACA, affect them and their families. The group was founded last year as a result of a string of burglaries that occurred in town in early 2012 and late 2011. The group held a meeting with local law enforcement officials to discuss the burglaries. The forum …
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Here's a recap of what was on Wayne Patch this week.
The school portion of the average homeowner’s taxes will increase $127 after the Board of Education approved the district’s $144 million budget Thursday. Milkyway Education Center Inc, filed a civil complaint in Passaic County Superior Court against the township. The school claims the township violated state law when it approved an ordinance limiting where dormitories can be located in the township. The company wants to relocate its Pioneer Science Academy to the BAE Systems site on Totowa Road. A resident reported seeing either a coyote or fox in the vicinity of Lafayette Elementary School early Tuesday afternoon, police said. Police Chief John Reardon said officers checked the area around Tuxedo Drive, but did not locate the animal. A …