Storage Shed Torched

Fire crews were called to a wooden storage unit belonging to a car wash next to Topp Nosh, in Scholefield Lane, Scholes, which had been set alight. The shed, which contained materials and cleaning chemicals, was completely destroyed by the flames. Witnesses saw a male running away from the scene, at around 4.30am on Saturday.
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Officials discussing salt shed for Saddle Brook

A Homeowners complain about having too much storage space about as often as they do about having an overabundance of cash. It just doesn’t happen. Nearly every home, regardless of its size, has a shortage of accessible storage space. Need proof? Take a peek into the average garage and you’ll likely find it crammed full of bicycles, lumber, garden tools, trash cans, outdoor power equipment, sports gear and car-care supplies.
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Build A Colonial-Style Storage Shed

The best option, Costa said, would be to construct a 45 x 45 foot shed that could hold 700 tons of salt. Councilman Joe Camilleri said that salt usage should still be monitored by the DPW and township officials in the Maywood storage facility. “You know how many scoops you’re dumping with the Saddle Brook truck,” he said. Costa said that when three or more storms hit in one week, tracking salt usage and keeping enough on hand become issues. In that case, he added, shared services do not work.
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