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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Year in Review Jan-Feb

 26- Dec.-2013

Year end review January -February 2013

 3-Jan.
 The Bogota Borough Council held their Re-Organization  meeting  as Councilman Jorge Nunez, who was successfully re-elected, was sworn in. Along with Rob Robbins who was elected in his first campaign for Council. Mr Robbins replace outgoing Councilman Michael Brophy who did not run for re-election.  Mr. Brophy was honoured by the Council and members of the New Jersey Legislators for his serve to the Citizens of Bogota.


18-Jan
Bogota Borough Administrator Leonard Nicolosi official announced his resignation of his duties so he could take a position in the Private sector. Mr. Nicolosi served as Bogota Mayor from 1988 -1995 and was the Borough Administrator since 2008.
5-Feb
The  Dillard Memorial Bridge was reopen after emergency repairs due to Hurricane Sandy were fixed.

9-Feb.
The first major weather event of 2013 was a snowstorm, with the effects of Hurricane Sandy still in recent  memory the clean up of this storm was quick and efficient.


 14 -Feb.
The Basketball game against Waldwick had an ugly ending as one of the Waldwick players was stuck during the end of game handshakes. Players & Coach of both team were moved to a secure location. While Bogota & Teaneck Police safely escorted the visiting team from the building.

17-Feb.
The High School Wrestling Bucs  loss their second round match in the NJSIAA Tournament to Hanover Park. Earlier in the week Bogota upset Rutherford in the first round.

24-Feb.
 A funeral mass was held at St. Joseph’s Church for Patricia Viola. Ms. Viola  was reported missing in February of 2001. A DNA match was made in 2012 of a bone fragment hold in  Rockaway Beach in July of 2002.

24-Feb.
Bogota Councilman Jorge Nunez was elected to Latino American Democratic Association of Bergen, County.

26-Feb.
 Both Bogota High School Basketball team won their first round game of the  NJSIAA
 Tournament.  The #15 ranked Lady Bucs had an upset victory over Wallington, and the  #6 Bogota Boys defeated  #11 New Milford at Speary Gym.

28-Feb.
  Both basketball teams have be eliminated from the NJSIAA playoffs.
 The #15  Lady Bucs lost at #7 Butler. The Boys team ranked at #6 lost at #3 Cresskill

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