Page 10 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • December 2, 2009 Midland Park Borough of Midland Park Police Department Report On Nov. 23 at 6:53 a.m., Officer Christopher Birch was dispatched to a business on Godwin Avenue to take a bur- ��������� ����������� ������������������� �������������������� �������������������������� ������������������������������� glary report. An employee of an adjacent business noticed the front door window had been smashed in and the business was in disarray. The proceeds from the burglary were reported to be $300. BCI responded to the scene, and the area was dusted for fingerprints. Detective John Gibbons and Officer Kenneth Junta assisted. The case is under investigation. Also on Nov. 23 at 1:50 p.m. an Ossining, NY resident reported to Detective Gibbons that a fraudulent purchase was made on his debit card. He stated the purchase was made at a local supermarket in the amount of $369.76. Open space plan adopted (continued from page 3) incentive funding category, according to the plan. Municipalities that have both an approved and adopted OSRP and a local open space tax are eligible for 50 percent matching grants through the PI category. However, if a municipality does not have both of these items, it is only eligible for grants up to 25 percent. The report acknowledges that the borough’s recreation department makes use of the facilities of the three public schools in town as well as its own. All told, the borough provides facilities for soccer, baseball, and football, and gym facilities for indoor sports. The consultants noted that the 1.57-sq. mile borough is considered “fully developed,” with mostly residential properties, and some commercial areas. Approximately two percent of the borough’s land is vacant. In the interest of consistency, the OSRP takes previous master plans into consideration, beginning with the master plan assembled in 1970. 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