Passaic County

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County Route 511 (New Jersey) - Route Description - Passaic County
... Upon crossing the Pequannock River, CR 511 enters Bloomingdale in Passaic County and immediately intersects CR 694, becoming the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike ... The route passes homes and businesses in the downtown of Bloomingdale before CR 511 turns north onto Union Avenue, with CR 694 continuing east on the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike ...
West Milford High School - Athletics - Wrestling
... Highlanders wrestling program has won many conference, county and district championships ... wrestling Coach Mike Blakely led the Highlanders to the Northern Hills Conference, Passaic County State District Championships ... The following two seasons the Highlanders continued as Northern Hills Conference Passaic County Champions (2002–2003, 2003–2004) ...
Lloyd B. Marsh
... first worked as an office boy for the Passaic County Clerk ... He eventually achieved the position of County Clerk in 1929 ... He became chairman of the Passaic County Republican Committee in 1937 ...
Passaic Valley Regional High School - Athletics
... The Passaic Valley Regional High School Hornets compete in the Independence Division of the Big North Conference, following a reorganization of sports leagues in Northern New Jersey by the New Jersey State ... year, the school competed in the North Jersey Tri-County Conference, which was established on an interim basis to facilitate the realignment ... Passaic Valley's school colors are green and white ...
Passaic County, New Jersey - Climate and Weather
... totals in mm In recent years, average temperatures in the county seat of Paterson have ranged from a low of 19 °F (−7 °C) in January to a high of 86 °F (30 °C) in July ...

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