North Arlington Borough Administrator Steve LoIacono announced Thursday, Jan. 8, that, “Due to severe cold and in case certain citizens, including and especially seniors, are experiencing trouble keeping warm, the North Arlington Senior Center, 10 Beaver Ave., is being made available as a warming center.
“The building will remain open through the night tonight (Thursday) for anyone who needs warm shelter. Police officers on patrol will monitor the building during the night and Health Department employees will do so during the day.”
In other news, the borough announced that Acting Tax Collector Theresa Vola will conduct office hours on Wednesdays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., instead of Tuesdays as previously announced.
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