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Posts published in “Keegan Landfill”

NJ SUPREME COURT CLOSES KEEGAN

The Scales of Justice have tipped back toward West Hudson, its residents and their well-being. In a one-page ruling June 11 that was made public the following day, the highest court in the state — the New Jersey Supreme Court…

Now is not the time to relent

The New Jersey State Supreme Court last week did an amazing thing when it reversed an appellate court’s decision to reopen the Keegan Landfill. Now, for what will likely be the next five+ weeks, that place everyone in this area…

DUMPED ON AGAIN!

A state Appellate court reversed a lower-court’s decision to close the Keegan landfill through most of July, but the town will appeal that court’s reversal, potentially before the highest court in New Jersey, the state Supreme Court. In a decision…

DEVELOPING NEWS — U.S. Reps. Bill Pascrell Jr. and Albio Sires, both of whom represent Kearny in Congress, call on NJDEP for Keegan update

Though they have remained somewhat silent on the matter up until now, it appears Kearny’s representatives in the U.S. House are starting to get a clearer picture of the crisis at the Keegan Landfill. That’s because today, Tuesday, May 7,…

Observer Co-owner Lisa Feorenzo pens letter to Murphy

It's been a week for open letters to Trenton.The Observer's Co-owner and Advertising Director Lisa M. Feorenzo wrote a letter today to Gov. Phil Murphy and sent it to him by email via Deputy Press Secretary Matthew Saidel, with whom she "chatted" on the phone earlier today. Mind you, the discussion, which lasted about 10 minutes, was one-sided. Saidel listened but said very little.