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North Bergen Concerned Citizens Group
1215 Kennedy Blvd
North Bergen, NJ 07047
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- NJ.com: North Bergen Planning Board ordered to reconsider safety issues on Appleview development project
- Development coming to 53rd St.
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Mario Blanch and John Ventre Exposes the MUA
John Ventre exposed that the MUA does not keep time cards or records for Mayor Sacco's political employees. Mario Blanch exposed the fact that builders and developers are not paying the sewer connection fees in the millions of dollars. When the builders and developers do not pay their fees, the burden is passed onto the North Bergen homeowner and MUA fees increase.
Larry Wainstein meets residents at our "Meet Your Neighbor" Barbecue
Larry Wainstein meets residents at our "Meet Your Neighbor" Barbecue. Residents enjoyed free hot dogs, hamburgers and refreshments as we discussed quality of life issues such as high taxes, lack of recreational programs and deteriorated schools.
North Bergen Police on high alert due to school threat
North Bergen Police on high alert due to school threat. Hudson County TV spoke to North Bergen Chief of Police Robert J. Dowd about a threat to “Shoot up the school on 6/6/14,” found written on a desk on Tuesday. Although Dowd feels that the threat is not credible, he is sparing no precautions. North Bergen Police department is doing everything in their power to keep those in the school safe and prevent any such violence.
Police Conduct Sweep At North Bergen High School After Shooting Threat
North Bergen Students Also Ordered To Clear Lockers, Will Be Scanned
NORTH BERGEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A threat to “shoot up” North Bergen High School has prompted an investigation, and the school has also made sure all the students face some consequences for their own safety.
As CBS 2’s Sonia Rincon reported Thursday, the threat was found scrawled on a desk in pen. It said somebody was “gonna shoot up the school on 6-6-14.”
At 11 p.m., police officers were conducting a security sweep at the school with K-9 units, CBS 2’s Tracee Carrasco reported.
Earlier, as a consequence of the threat, students carried home armloads of books and whatever else what was in their lockers out of the school. They will have to bring it all back on Monday.