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  1. Fair Lawn, N.J.: An Unpretentious Place That Smells Like Cookies

    The Bergen County borough also offers residents a large inventory of entry-level homes, an expanding public school system and a diverse community. Plotting their escape from the Upper East Side, Elizabeth Greenfield Estersohn and Matthew Estersohn pored over test-score data and Google Maps images of train stations. Their quest for a suburb with good schools and a reasonable commute led them, in 2014, to a brick colonial in Radburn, a historic planned community at the heart of Fair Lawn, N.J. Read more https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/26/realestate/fair-lawn-nj-an-unpretentious-place-that-smells-like-cookies.html


  2. New Website Launch

    We are pleased to announce that our new website is live and ready for the world to view. We have completely redesigned our layout with simplicity, ease of use, and accessibility in mind. It will be a tool for both fulfilling our customers and helping us provide better resources to our customers. This new website will keep pace with our rapidly growing company by rolling out new content, educational, and other initiatives in the coming months.This includes updating and providing better information to our customers, and integrating more with social media. We hope you enjoy the new website. Please feel free to send us comments or feedback. On behalf of all the Fair Lawn Economic Development's staff, thanks for visiting.


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