Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • February 4, 2009 Glen Rock Council introduces street parking ordinance for staff by John Koster The Glen Rock Council has introduced a parking ordinance to take some of the burden off borough streets during the impending expansion of Glen Rock High School and Glen Rock Middle School, and to allow teachers and other staff members to park within a reasonable distance of the school while construction is in progress. The ordinance will have its adoption hearing on Feb. 11 at the regular council meeting. Councilman Byron Arnao cast the only negative vote against the introduction, commenting that he did not think the ordinance would solve the problem it was intended to address. Staff members with valid parking permits issued by the Glen Rock Board of Education would, under the ordinance, be permitted to park in designated areas from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The designated streets would be restricted to permit parking. The streets are: both sides of Radburn Road from Harristown Road to Cornwall Road; the east side of Gramercy Place north from a point 800 feet beyond Wadsworth Road; the north side of Kirkwood Place; the entire length from Radburn Road to Hamilton Avenue; the west side of Hamilton Avenue from Kirkwood Place to Harristown Road; the east side of Hamilton Avenue from Harristown Road North to Emerson Road; and the north side of Harristown Road from Berkeley Pace west to Gramercy Place. The permits would be issued with no fee to any employee who has a valid driver’s license, and must be displayed on parked vehicles. Parking around the schools has been an issue for some time in Glen Rock, as it is in most towns where students and teachers sometimes park in front of residences near the schools. Glen Rock names Students of the Month David Engle has been named Citizen of the Month at Glen Rock High School and Chuck Stewart has been named Student Athlete of the Month. Jennifer Lee was Student of the Month for December in art, Caitlin O’Neill in business education, and Alex Baval in theater. Renee Barry won in English, Samantha Trotta in health, and Tim Miller in industrial arts. Keith Harris won in instrumental music, Catherine Lee in mathematics, and Lindsey Mirrer in photography. Mike Passaro won in physical education, Taylor Feuss in science, and Amanda Kroll in social studies. Patrick Hughes won in technology-media, Danica Rosengren in vocal music, and Alex Deutch in world languages. Student of the Month awards are conferred on those students regarded by teachers and peers as having made the most important contributions to the individual classes in any given month. Annual awards are conferred upon graduating seniors in June. Clara S. Licata, Esq. Family Mediator Mediation is a process that allows you to resolve your family law issues yourself without the expense and pain of litigation. I am a New Jersey Court Approved Mediator with over 40 hours of training in Family Law Cases. Contact me today for a consultation. 55 Harristown Rd., Third Floor Glen Rock, NJ 07452 201-612-1170 HARDING WINE&SPIRIT incredibly low price of $5.99 Everyone LOVES berty Creek Li Wines for a 1.5 liter bottle. (This is not a misprint!) Available in Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & White Zinfandel. So far to date we have sold almost one thousand bottles of Liberty Creek. It’s amazing when you have a great product, even in tough times people respond. That’s why we are so excited to continue to offer this wonderful Californian wine for the HUGE WINE SELECTION Beer • Super Premium Spirits Party Planning • Gift Baskets Free Parking • Ice • Soda WE DELIVER 2 Locations Glen Rock & Passaic PASSAIC LOCATION NOW OPEN SUNDAYS! 305 E. Ridgewood Ave Ridgewood, NJ DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED 201-445-7122 JOHNNY WALKER BLUE 21 Year Old Scotch Cash or Debit Card Only FOR A LIMITED TIME: We Offer Line Of Credits And Financing Plans 201.345-5621 $18400 750 ml.