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DCA said Sylvia Petillo broke a state local government ethics law when she used borough money to fund a mailing to residents advocating a referendum.
Five residents to address borough health issues.
Write-in candidate John Pezzino takes early—and different—advertising approach.
Members fend off questions from resident, doubts from president over ethics of hiring council attorney to represent the board.
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As part of agreement to build Susquehanna-Roseland power line, which will pass through the borough.
Stanhope agrees to pay increase to fund extra hours for part-time court workers.
Using grant money from PSE&G settlement.
Hopatcong councilmen edge upstarts Forbes, Gianni Tuesday night.
Construction to begin this week in Morris, Sussex and Passaic counties.
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