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The Ridgewood News from Ridgewood, New Jersey • 5

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Ridgewood, New Jersey
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September 29, 1991 Sunday News Sunday Post 5 TT BGUA 1. tl natias loving A Health Care Aaencv ZZ Around the Clock Nursing Services hospital care Insured Bonded UM Long or Short Term Care would be used for commercial rath eV an Ye si dent fa 1 purposes. The plan also calls for con-truction of 1,125 parking spaces, about half of which would be located in the residential zone, said Joseph Burgis, Wal-Mart planner. Sheldon Kaminetz of Hemlock Drive, whose home borders the proposed site, said, "Why do they have to go into a residential area? I'm afraid for the value of my property. All Claims Honored Processed RN's LPN's Home Health Aides Companions Live-Ins A former Hillsdale oilman warned, "Wait to "see the firestorm you create by passing this." The BCUA commissioners did not respond verbally to the residents' comments.

They will provide written answers. Authority counsel Stephen P. Sinisi said written public comment on the proposed increase is invited during the next two weeks. Commissioner Eugene J. Brophy said he and his colleagues will review the matter, and probably have a decision by the Authority's Nov.

14 public hearing. Author John Block will lecture on "Solid Waste and Environmental Crime" Wednesday 8 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 326 Hillsdale Hillsdale. In I lOM wj Compbtent professional nursing in imu i oo-ooo 0 from feam wnere carjng js In NY (21 2) 988-5400 our way of life Health Ca Agency (From page 1) The CCH is a group formed in 1988 to "battle anything and everything concerned with Sal Car," according to Monahan. Hillsdale Councilman Douglas Groner asserted, "The council is determined not to let this go ahead." Jerry Donohue, representing Freeholder Mary Donohue, called the proposed capacity increase "ridiculous." A homeowner located 500 feet from the Sal Car facility said, "The smell is unbearable and the police do nothing." Referring to Carmine and Salvatore Franco, whose children own Sal Car, Hillsdale resident Mike Ellison said, "These gentlemen have been caught dumping medical waste in Indiana, and they've been banned from operating a solid waste facility in New Jersey.

It's beyond logic that this facility should be licensed to handle three times more solid waste." "You're endorsing a criminal and the death of a community if you do this, "said Teresa Cardinale, who lives less than 200 feet from the Sal Car operation. A 33-year resident of the borough added, "I use Hillsdale Avenue for exercise, and I don't just hear the trucks, I dodge them." Sam "I'm here to make sure it's not approved we have too much to lose," said Jyle Brickman of Hemlock Drive. "There are enough malls in Paramus, and this will hurt us, not help. And it will bring in so much traffic." Some residents were concerned the store would do business on Sunday. But Richey insisted Sam's would only be open six days a week, in keeping with Paramus Blue Laws.

The proposed development raised environmental questions, as well. "They'll be cutting down about 150 trees," Kaminetz said. "Plus it's environmentally unsound. What about all the pollution from the cars and trucks?" The plan is still pending additional testimony from Richey, as well as a traffic expert. The hearing has been adjourned until the Nov.

7 board of adjustment meeting. (From page 1) minimum required distance from a residential area is 100 feet; the proposed distance is only 19.3 feet. Other variances regarding side yards and truck loading also are necessary. Daniel P. Mecca, attorney for 13 residents who live within 200 feet of the proposed development, said 90 percent of the Sam's store would be located in the residential area.

If the variances are granted, 11 acres of the 21V2-acre tract ENJOY THE LUXURY OF CHOICE! AN OCTOBER SPECIAL ON MADE-TO-MEASURE SHIRTS NOW THRU OCTOBER 31st! We have reduced the minimum order from FOUR to TWO shirts. AND for the man who wants to invest even more- 20 OFF ON 6 SHIRT ORDERS! Let us take your exact measurements: Collars to 7 and proportioned front and back. Correct Yoke Size Fitted to chest Sleeve to V2" Cuff fitted to wrist Tapered to waist Choice of collar, cuff, color, fabric and optional monogram. Enjoy the luxury of such special fabrics as Swiss jacquard, Egyptian cotton, English end to end broadcloth, Sea Island cotton and many others beautifully tailored in distinctive colors and stripings, all made to fit your measurements. Please allow six weeks for delivery.

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We are on right (100 yards). Or Route 46W over Hackensack River 3rd light Grand St left after Callahan's) make left to Main St. make right. We are 1 mile on left. WHOLESALERS CORP.

325 MAIN ST. LITTLE FERRY, NJ (Closed Mondays) 122 fast Ridgewood Ridgewood. Open 9:30 to Thurs. t7 9 Mac Hugh Charge major credit cards accented. Phone: 652-7000 Out of towners, we want you to see our showroom, so we will pay your gas up to $10 with any kitchen purchase.

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