Tag: Fair Haven

Tree Ordinance Issue Still Unresolved in Fair Haven

FAIR HAVEN — Anyone waiting for a borough council decision on a long-debated tree preservation ordinance will have to wait a little while longer. Although the matter was on the...

January 27, 2012 | comments

Kemp Avenue Residents Want Speed Limit Reduced

FAIR HAVEN — Motorists had better prepare to drive more slowly as residents lobbied and police supported a call for a lower speed limit on one borough street. Two residents at...

January 27, 2012 | comments

FH Mayor Nominated For State ABC Post

By John Burton   FAIR HAVEN — If the Governor gets his way, former Mayor Michael Halfacre will be heading to Trenton for a new job. Governor Chris Christie on...

January 27, 2012 | comments

Fair Haven Filmmaker Teams Up With NY City To Help Families Prepare For Emergenc...

FAIR HAVEN – Small Factory Productions recently celebrated the premiere of its “Ready, Set, Prepare Yourself” and “Emergency Experts” cartoons at the New York City Office of Emergency Management’s (OEM) Ready Schools Partners...

January 5, 2012 | comments

Tree Ordinance Should Be Scrapped

To The Editor: An open letter to Mayor Michael Halfacre Thank you for your response to my email of Dec.15, 2011. In 1957 I owned a home on River Road...

December 23, 2011 | comments

Protect Fat Trees Ordinance

An open letter to the Fair Haven Mayor and Council Re: Tree Removal Permits I see your mistrust of the Fair Haven property owners has you passing a new Protect...

December 23, 2011 | comments

Fair Haven Honors Dedicated Volunteer Michael Berger

By Alison Bitterly DURING A NOVEMBER 14 general council meeting, resident Michel Berger was honored for his long-time dedication to the Fair Haven community. Mayor Michael Halfacre read a proclamation...

December 1, 2011 | comments

A Sweet Treat Makes A Comeback

  IF YOU HAVEN’T nibbled on a cupcake recently,  you must have spent the last few years at the North Pole. From birthday parties to lunch boxes with weddings in-between,...

October 12, 2011 | comments

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