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From Patch, Posted 08-04-2020

The move to allow more time for agencies to respond to information requests later before has drawn criticism.

From Patch, Posted 08-04-2020

Tornadoes and tropical storm-force winds snapped trees and power lines as Isaias sped through the state.

From Patch, Posted 08-04-2020

Save the date for August 5th! (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

Released by Secaucus police, all of last week's arrests:

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

Citing the artists and startups that grew in the space, the founder said, "All said and done, I can say we fulfilled our mission."

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

As the coronavirus transmission rate rises, the governor reversed course. Weddings and certain other gatherings may be exempt.

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

With the coronavirus pandemic still here, Consumer Reports offers tips on keeping up on vaccines, stocking your medicine cabinet, and more.

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

A 7-year-old girl in Montclair saw her sister struggling to hold her head above water. Here's what she did next, police said.

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

The storm picked up speed overnight and is expected to bring heavy rain and coastal flooding by daybreak on Tuesday, forecasters say.

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

A long and comprehensive list grades Garden State towns as the best, worst places to live on a NJ "report card" from Niche.com.

From Patch, Posted 08-03-2020

Your neighbors are posting on Patch. Here's the latest. (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

From Patch, Posted 08-02-2020

What to expect from the weather this week in the Secaucus area.

From Patch, Posted 08-02-2020

Here are the latest houses available now in the Secaucus area.

From Patch, Posted 08-02-2020

The storm is weakening but heavy rain and strong winds are still likely for New Jersey, forecasters say.

From Patch, Posted 08-01-2020

The hurricane has slowed somewhat from Friday, and NJ may start feeling its impact late Monday or early Tuesday as a result.

From Patch, Posted 08-01-2020

"If the storm is greater than a 50-year flooding event, the majority of streets in Hoboken ... could flood," says the OEM.

From Patch, Posted 07-31-2020

The incident was caught on video and police are asking for help identifying a suspect.

From Patch, Posted 07-31-2020

Despite the positive news, officials warn that other metrics are rising and diligence is needed.

From Patch, Posted 07-31-2020

Nearly three dozen listings have been suspended or removed from the platform, officials said.

From Patch, Posted 07-31-2020

MVC licensing centers will offer knowledge testing by appointment only.

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Community Announcements
Tropical Storm Isaias
From Community Management, Posted 08-03-2020
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the tri-state area , as Isaias continues its push northward. Torrential rains and strong gusty winds are expected tomorrow. Rainfall amounts between 2 and 6 inches are predicted and a flash flood watch has been issued across most of the region

Please take the time now to secure all items on balconies and terraces or bring them indoors before the storm hits tomorrow. Loose objects can quickly become airborne projectiles and can injure people and damage property. If you are away from the building and need assistance checking on your balcony, please contact management.

Residents are encouraged to make the customary preparations such as charging cell phones, locating a flashlight and extra batteries, checking on supplies of medications, filling water bottles, and having a supply of non-perishable easy-to-prepare food.

Thank you for your time and attention to this very important matter. Please stay safe!
Additional Construction Parking
From Community Management, Posted 07-06-2020
In an effort to alleviate the parking woes, which accompany the invasive construction project, the Association has decided to deem all “visitor” parking on Mallard and Osprey available only to those residents who have been displaced due to construction. Note, only residents who have been requested to vacate their driveway and garage will be permitted to occupy any space segmented to that purpose. Any resident vehicle that is: A. Not displaced due to construction, and; B. not displaying a white resident parking tag with “2020” validation stickers; will be towed without the benefit of a written warning. Please also note this parking is in addition to the parking already provided along Riverside Drive. All spaces are clearly designated via “Construction Permit” signage — therefore, there can be no ambiguity regarding who and who cannot park in these spaces. In short, if your unit is not under construction, you do not have authority to park in spaces otherwise designated for those residents who have unfortunately been displaced.
Community Planting After Construction
From Community Management, Posted 06-23-2020
As you are aware, the construction work in the community has had an effect on the plantings in front of some residences. After construction is complete, feel free to replace any plantings that were damaged during construction. Below is the list of approved plant material.
Trees: Red Maple, River Birth, Green Ash, O'Kame Cherry, Douglas Fir, Green/Norway Spruce, White Pine
Shrubs Blue Holly, Boxwood, Burning Bush Euoymus, Little Princess Spirea, Japanese Holly, Inkberry, Viburnum (Double File), Blue Rug Juniper, Red Twig Dogwood, Sand CHerry, Arborvitae, Ornamental Grasses, Bayberry, Barberry
Perennials Daylily, Blue Salvia, Coreopsis, Black-eyed Susan, Liriope, Cone Flower, Hostas, Catmint

Please note: All plantings are at the owner's expense. If you choose to wait until the construction project completion, next year, the association will be making a decision about replacing some of the plantings.

The association's landscaper is willing to do the plantings for you. Contact them for pricing.

Open Meeting Reminder
From Community Management, Posted 06-22-2020
Please be reminded there will be an open meeting of the Riverside Board of Directors this Wednesday @ 7pm. The meeting will be conducted via the ZOOM Conference App. The agenda is as follows:
  1. Finalize 2020 Election
  2. Construction Project Update
  3. 2020 Pool Closure
  4. Q&A
2020 Pool Closure
From Community Management, Posted 06-15-2020
As you are aware, we are embroiled in a battle against a health threatening pandemic, which has placed normalcy on hold for the past several months. While many facets of normal life are slowly returning - the struggle to reconcile what is and is not right regarding opening the pool is very real. But in the end, one concern, the most important concern, is the health and safety of our residents and guests. To that end, the Board has made the difficult decision to keep the pool closed for the 2020 season. The decision was the product of the Board and Management consulting with pool professionals, insurance companies and local health departments throughout New Jersey and our neighboring communities, as well as a review of state and federal guidelines and data provided by the CDC. In light of the information currently known about COVID-19, as well as Governor Murphy's response thereto, the Association Board of Directors agonizingly decided that it was in the best interests of our residents, guests, and staff to keep the pool closed this season.
Construction Parking Reminder
From Community Management, Posted 06-07-2020
Dear Riverside Neighbor: Please be reminded, starting tomorrow, unless your unit has been deemed “under construction”, you are prohibited from parking along Riverside Drive. Any vehicle parked illegally along Riverside Drive will be towed at the vehicle owners expense. Please be guided accordingly. If you are a landlord, please be sure to pass this very important information along to your tenant(s). I thank you in anticipation of your compliance.
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