An earthmover and enormous holder are seen Jan. 22 at the previous Galaxy Gardens site at Woodcliff Avenue and Werimus Road. (Michael Olohan photograph) WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J.— A site remediation specialist told the overseeing body on March 15 that he desires to introduce a last report before the finish of April that will give the previous 2.1-section of land Galaxy Gardens site a physician's approval, opening the entryway for the ward to gather $500,000 in area open space award reserves recently affirmed. Daniel Lattanzi of First Environment Inc. of Butler said that a second round of groundwater testing nearby is booked for early April, and if results fall lsrp consulting beneath "tough guidelines," he'll have the option to ensure the site as satisfying state natural guidelines. Lattanzi said the site's ecological cleanup included alleviating soil-bound pesticides from a previous nursery place and gas buildups from a previous help station. He said an underground gas stockpiling tank required exhuming of tainted soil, and testing and retesting of groundwater quality. City hall leader Carlos Rendo revealed to Pascack Press that authorities are "exceptionally amped up for this news. We previously had primer conversations on the bid cycle for the idea plan on the improvement of the recreation center fully expecting the 'no further activity' letter." He said the unearthed defiled soil heap nearby will be eliminated when the state natural office (DEP) gets the guaranteed cleanup report from First Environment, Inc. As site LSRP, First Environment affirms to the DEP that the site is perfect. The expert presents a "reaction activity result" letter to finish up the cleanup. No further DEP follow-up is required, said Lattanzi. He said a checking great on location will be fixed. Lattanzi said the state has depended solely on LSRPs to remediate and confirm locales to state ecological principles since 2012. His firm says he's LSRP for in excess of 35 site remediation program cases. Following remediation, the site will be appropriate for arranged advancement as an aloof park, said Borough Administrator Tom Padilla. The director said he contacted area authorities ahead of submitting last administrative work to get to province award reserves. Lattanzi said endless supply of the last cleanup report record to DEP, the district can present the report to guarantee its $500,000 area park award. The as of late finished $48,000 soil and groundwater remediation work included $31,525 to eliminate and supplant 225 tons of soil, and $17,100 for site observing. By and large, the city hall leader and chamber have submitted $355,600 to site clearing, reviewing, destruction and remediation. The previous Galaxy Gardens site, at the bustling Woodcliff Avenue–Werimus Road crossing point, was bought in February 2018 for $1.65 million by a 4–3 gathering vote, with Rendo breaking the tie. A few inhabitants and gathering individuals likewise voiced concerns then about site defilement costs.