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Elie Y. Katz

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  1. Teaneck Board Of Education Reinstates Courtesy Busing For Hundreds

    Teaneck Board Of Education Reinstates Courtesy Busing For Hundreds

    TEANECK, N.J. (UPDATE): Amid parental outcry, the Teaneck Board of Education unanimously reinstaed courtesy busing Wednesday night for students attending Grades 1- 4 who live 1.4 to two miles from their schools.Public districts in New Jersey must provide busing for K-8 students who live more than two miles from their school. Teaneck has set the limit for public, private and charter ...

  2. Teaneck Recreation Department Organizes Spring Break Day Trips

    Teaneck Recreation Department Organizes Spring Break Day Trips

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Teaneck Recreation Department is offing five spring break day trips for kids ages 6-13 starting on Monday, April 11. The department will take a trip to the newly renovated Liberty Science Center on Monday, April 11. Kids can roll two games of bowling at Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park on Tuesday, April 12 and Thursday, April 14. Campers will also get a slice of pizza ...

  3. County Begins Repairs On Teaneck's Anderson Street Bridge

    County Begins Repairs On Teaneck's Anderson Street Bridge

    TEACNECK, N.J. -- The County of Bergen is beginning interim repairs to the Anderson Street Bridge. The repairs are a temporary remedy until such time that either a permanent repair or bridge replacement is made.Initially, eastbound lanes will be closed to traffic for approximately 90 days while repairs are made. On or about May 16, eastbound lanes will reopen and westbound lanes will be ...

  4. Teaneck's Chopstix Readies For Super Bowl Weekend

    Teaneck's Chopstix Readies For Super Bowl Weekend

    TEANECK, N.J. — Kosher Teaneck Chinese takeout spot "Chopstix" is loading up on dumplings and eggrolls in preparation for a busy Super Bowl weekend."I'd say our business increases by 15% on Super Bowl Sunday," said Chopstix owner and Teaneck native Elie Katz. "We make these giant trays of food with hot wings, oriental hot dogs, egg rolls, lo mein, chicken ...

  5. Four More Take Nomination Petitions For Teaneck Elections

    Four More Take Nomination Petitions For Teaneck Elections

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Four more people have taken out nominating petitions to become candidates in the May 10 council election, making it a three way race: nine people are preparing to run for three council seats.Jennifer Glass, director of the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce, picked up a petition Jan. 7, as did Jacob Herenstein. Herenstein is a 22-year old student at Yeshiva University. Glass ...

  6. Tomorrow's Children Of Hackensack Holds Annual Fundraising Party In Teaneck

    Tomorrow's Children Of Hackensack Holds Annual Fundraising Party In Teaneck

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Tomorrow’s Children holiday party had a great turnout to celebrate and at the same time raise funds for the children’s cancer treatment center at Hackensack University Medical Center.The party is an annual tradition started by the partners of Chopstix kosher Chinese restaurant, and has been held every year for 13 years. The party was held at the Moose Lodge and was ...

  7. Teaneck Election Season Begins

    Teaneck Election Season Begins

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The 18-week Teaneck election season officially began with five people picking up nominating petitions indicating they plan to become candidates as of Wednesday morning. Three Township Council seats are at stake -- those currently held by incumbents Henry J. Pruitt, Mark J. Schwartz and former Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin.Pruitt and Schwartz picked up petitions Monday and ...

  8. Teaneck's Chopstix Throws Party To Benefit Tomorrow's Children

    Teaneck's Chopstix Throws Party To Benefit Tomorrow's Children

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The 13th annual Chopstix party benefiting Tomorrow's Children at Hackensack University Medical Center will take place Monday, Jan. 11, in Teaneck.The party will be held from 6:15-8:40 p.m. at the Moose lodge, 201 W. Englewood Ave., Teaneck.The cost of admission is an unwrapped new gift for young patients in treatment at Tomorrow’s Children. In addition to food from ...

  9. Young Teaneck Brothers Open Kosher Eatery, Learn Experience On The Job

    Young Teaneck Brothers Open Kosher Eatery, Learn Experience On The Job

    TEANECK, N.J. — A pair of young Teaneck brothers are bringing a Kosher Middle Eastern eatery to West Englewood Avenue. Mediterranea Shawarma & Hummus Bar opened under the leadership of Steven and Daniel Dimenstein, who hope their youthful, health-consciousness will reflect in the quick-eats restaurant.“We want to create a modern, friendly feel to the place," said Steve ...

  10. Teaneck Council Votes To Rezone Windsor Road Tract

    Teaneck Council Votes To Rezone Windsor Road Tract

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Teaneck Mayor and Council voted 4-2 tonight to rezone the large and crucial tract of land at 1775 Windsor Road, said to be the second or third most valuable tract of land in the township.Voting for the ordinance to rezone the area from commercial to residential were Deputy Mayor Elie Y. Katz and councilmembers Henry Pruitt, Mohammed Hameeduddin, and Mark ...

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