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By Notice of Dermination contained in a letter dated January 11, 2017 the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding Local Government Ethics Law Complaint #LFB-16-015 was dismissed and now closed against former Councilwoman Ellen Zamechansky. The investigation of Ellen Zamechansky by the County Prosecutor has also found that there is no basis for criminal action.
Certified Municipal Finance Officer, Borough of Dumont, County of Bergen-Seeking an experienced CMFO with knowledge of Edmunds financial software and strong computer skills. Applicant will be responsible for all government municipal finance functions, including but not limited to maintaining the general ledger system, accounts payable, payroll, pension, budgeting, accounts receivable, bank and monthly reconciliations, debt statements and other financial activities. The 2016 budget is $22 million dollars. There are no utilities.
For information pertaining to RFQs for Joint Land Use Board Professionals-All Positions 2017, which are due December 22, 2016, please click on "Downloads" at the top of this page, and then "Bids, RFQs"
Parking Permits for Residents and Non-residents-Borough of Dumont
Applications for 2017 commuter parking permits for municipal parking in the Brook Street Parking Lot, West Shore Avenue section 2-5, and W. Quackenbush Avenue (north side-125 feet west of Park Avenue) will be available to Dumont residents, non-residents and business owners on a first come, first-served basis December 19, 2016. Permits may be obtained at the Borough Clerk’s office, 80 W. Madison Avenue, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Please note that this does not include overnight parking.
The fee is $120 per calendar year for residents and $180 per calendar year for non-residents; there is one hanger permit per household. Applicants must bring a copy of the driver’s license and registration for the car to be used. No copies will be made at Borough Hall-no exceptions. Please click on the below link for a parking permit application form. If you need additional information, please call 201-387-5023.
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In 1968, Congress created the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to help provide a means for property owners to financially protect themselves. The NJFP offers flood insurance to homeowners, renters and business owners if their community participates in the NFIP.
For information regarding Flood Smart, please click on the following link:
Overnight parking on the street ends October 15th.
BASKETBALL HOOPS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE STREET. A SUMMONS WILL BE ISSUED TO THE HOMEOWNERS IF THE HOOPS ARE NOT PULLED BACK OFF THE STREET.