Double Winner of Fair Lawn’s 2015 Beautification Awards
“We are very proud to have represented Care Plus and Sandvik throughout the year with new plantings and landscape design which helped them win Fair Lawn’s coveted Beautification Awards for 2015. Only two businesses are chosen every year, and this year we were honored to represent and service both clients and their commercial properties,” stated Daniel Sewall, President of New Jersey Landscape Solutions.
Fair Lawn – Property owners who work to make their homes or businesses more attractive were recognized.
The Property Maintenance Advisory Committee presented the Property Maintenance Beautification Awards during the Nov. 24 council meeting.
“We are here to award four homeowners and two businesses with certificates of appreciation,” said Jim Vanderbeck, a member of the Property Maintenance Committee.
Vanderbeck said it has been a pleasure to watch all the efforts the homeowners and business owners have put into their properties.
The Beautification Award for homeowners was created on the idea of focusing attention on residents who devote their time and effort to enhance the property and the beauty of Fair Lawn. The certificate thanks the residents for their work and recognizes that they have “set a fine example.”
Awards were presented to Suzanne Peller, Carmine and Meryem Messano, Diane Vanderbeck, Robert and Elizabeth Sudol.
The Beautification Award for businesses recognizes the owners and staff at the local business for adding to the beatification of the borough.
The awards were presented to Sandvik on Nevins Road and CarePlus New Jersey on Romaine Street.
“Their places were outstanding with the renovations they did,” said Vanderbeck.
To pick the honorees for the annual awards Vanderbeck explained that committee members drive around town and take photographs of homes and businesses that they have picked. Then together as a group the committee selected the winners.
The goal of the Property Maintenance Committee is to promote the quality of life in Fair Lawn by creating a more aesthetic appearance in the community. It was noted that George Bate has been the chairman of the Property Maintenance Committee for 20 years and Deputy Mayor Daniel Dunay serves as council liaison.