Statement from Councilman Jim Dunleavy regarding Teaneck Pride

“People are entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts”

Inaccurate statements have indicated that council said no to raising the Pride Flag.

I wish to correct the record – THIS IS NOT TRUE

On behalf of my Council colleagues I want to thank everyone for coming out to the Township Council Meeting last night. This is how democracy works!

I want to inform everyone of what actions the Council has taken regarding the issue of raising the Pride Flag and other LBGTQ concerns. Continue reading “Statement from Councilman Jim Dunleavy regarding Teaneck Pride”

Larch Ave Traffic Study and Police Reports

The Teaneck Police Department was asked to conduct a report as to traffic and safety on Larch Avenue (in the area of Terhune Street).

Here are the findings:

On Wednesday, September 12, 2018, Lieutenant Christopher Kurschner forwarded a speeding complaint he received via Facebook. The complainant, Philip Moell, complained about speeding on Larch Avenue in the area of Terhune Street. Mr. Moell wrote that he had observed a D&M school bus speeding every morning at 8:35 AM. Mr. Moell provided a picture of the bus and what appeared to be a handheld radar gun style device.

In response to the complaint, we conducted a site study, reviewed the speed and volume study we had just completed, and conducted observation and enforcement. Continue reading “Larch Ave Traffic Study and Police Reports”

Teaneck Today

Teaneck is town with a unique and proud history. I’ve created this blog to provide a place to exchange ideas and share visions for how to solve the challenges facing the town in a manner that brings diverse groups of people together.  Contributors are welcome.

Please join us and help Teaneck live up to its promise.

I also created a Facebook Group where residents can bring up and discuss topics about the Township: Teaneck Today

Feel free to click the link, join and share with your neighbors.