American Legion Receives Grace Period as Demolition Funding Postponed

The River Edge American Legion building's future will rise again in October when the demolition funding goes for a final vote

With only four Council members present on Monday night, the American Legion building earned a two-week grace period before the question of demolition funding will rise again. The governing body was initially expected to approve a resolution authorizing the alottment of $45,000 towards the demolition but agreed to table it until the full council was present as both Council President Paul Corts and Councilwoman Kathleen Murphy were absent.

The borough had decided in late August, route: {:controller=>"articles", :action=>"show", :id=>"american-legion-fate-secured-as-demolition-ordinance-proposed"} --> along party lines to move forward with the removal of the Dutch-Colonial building that is . Prior to that, River Edge by Brinkerhoof Environmental Services providing an inconclusive report for the  after the electricity to the building had been turned off. Considered not ADA compliant, architect Peter Pulice provide an estimate that put 

Dr.Doom September 23, 2012 at 06:07 PM
another example of river edge goverment at work


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