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Date:  Nov. 1, 2004
Subject:  Reminder to Vote; Polls Open 6am - 8pm; Sample Ballot; Polling Locations

A reminder to vote tomorrow, Tuesday Nov. 2, 2004.  The race is close, so it's very important that all registered voters vote.  The polls throughout New Jersey are open 6am to 8pm.  For polling locations, see .   A scan of the sample ballot for Teaneck (which you should have received in the mail) is available at .  A summary of the ballot for other areas in Bergen County is available at )

From: "Alan Sohn" <alansohn@w..>
Date: Tue Nov 8, 2005
Subject: [TeaneckShuls] General Election Day: Polls Open 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Today, Tuesday, November 8th is Election Day covering the gubernatorial race and other local positions. The polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM at your usual polling place. Registered voters were sent a sample ballot in the mail showing the choices available at the polls and listing your polling location.

Voters will choose a governor, two assembly members, a state senator (in District 37), two Bergen County Freeholders, and other local races (none in Teaneck). Two propositions are on the ballot, one covering the creation of a lieutenant governor, the other on use of taxes to pay for particulate reduction for state buses and trucks.

If you live in Teaneck and you're not sure where your polling place is, the list below shows the polling location for each of the 21 election districts, along with a link to a map of the polling place.

1&2) Fire House #3, 370 Teaneck Road.
3) St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 118 Chadwick Road.
4&5) American Legion Post No. 128, 650 American Legion Drive (across from Stop & Shop parking lot).
6) Classic Residence, 655 Pomander Walk off of River Road (Art Room). See
7&8) Lowell School, 1025 Lincoln Place (Auditorium).
9) Benjamin Franklin Middle School, 1315 Taft Road (Front Lobby).
10&11) Whittier School, 491 West Englewood Avenue (Multipurpose Room 114 in back of school). See
12) Temple Emeth, 1666 Windsor Road (Lobby Area).
13&14) Bryant School, 1 Tryon Avenue at Teaneck Rd.
15&17) Richard Rodda Center, 250 Colonial Ct. (Gym).
16) Presbyterian Church of Teaneck, 1 Church St.
18) Teaneck High School, 100 Elizabeth Av. (Rm 130).
19) Eugene Field School, One Merrison Street at Broad Street (Main Entrance).
20) Hawthorne School, 201 Fycke Ln (Front Entrance).
21) Thomas Jefferson Middle School, 655 Teaneck Road at Fycke Lane (Lobby). See

Alan Sohn
Now available in convenient blog format at See for the complete Teaneck Community Calendar. Send your event to for inclusion on the site. "Scientia Est Potentia: Sapere Aude" (Knowledge is Power: Dare to Know)

From:  "Alan Sohn" <alansohn@w...>
Date:  Wed Oct 8, 2003  2:16 pm
Subject:  New Articles On Board Service and Voting

Fellow Teaneck Resident,

As part of our effort to provide a one-stop destination for events and programs, as well as for vital Township information, a number of new articles have been posted at and are available now at the site. Two of the articles are listed below:

1) So You Want to be a Board Member? One of the best ways to get involved in our Township is to serve on one of the nearly 30 Boards and Commissions. Almost 300 of your fellow residents are already serving. This article guides you in what the role of these boards are and how to get involved. Full article at

2) A Guide to Teaneck Polling Places. With Election Day coming soon, we want to be sure that every resident knows where their polling place is and what they’re voting for. This article lists all 21 election districts with maps of the polling place and of each district as a whole. Coming in the next few days will be a direct lookup to type in your address and determine where to vote on Election Day, November 4th. Full article at [ ]