Three Businesses Awarded for Helping Make Mahwah More Beautiful

Members of the township beautification committee gave awards to Bagel Express, Boiling Springs, and Knapp Landscaping for undergoing renovations that they say visually enhance the overall look of the township.

The award presentation. Credit: Maria LaSalvia.
The award presentation. Credit: Maria LaSalvia.

Three Mahwah businesses have updated their looks in an effort to make Mahwah more beautiful, the Mahwah Beautification Committee announced last week. To thank them for helping make the community more visually appealing, the Committee presented the owners and operators of Bagel Express, Boiling Springs Savings Bank, and Knapp’s Landscaping with awards at a recent township council meeting.

According to the Committee, Mohamed Feraidoon, the proprietor of Bagel Express, totally renovated his eatery by installing a new asphalt parking lot, landscaping, lighting, signage, new sidewalk, and new building façade.

Boiling Springs moved into a new building this fall. The new location changed roof lines, constructed a new façade, and added new landscaping.

John Knapp, the owner of Knapp’s Landscaping – which houses the Mahwah Tree Corporation – cleaned up debris along his property and added new landscaping to it.

Members of the Committee presented certificates to Feraidoon, Knapp, and Patricia Langdale – branch manager of Boiling Springs – at a Mahwah township council meeting last Thursday thanking them for the upgrades.

“As representatives of the Mahwah Beautification Committee, we [would like] to recognize and thank three businesses in town for exemplifying the mission statement of our organization which is to revitalize, restore and preserve the character of Mahwah,” Maria LaSalvia said when presenting the awards.

“You have put time, funds, and originality into enhancing your commercial property,” she told the business owners. “As residents we appreciate these efforts to improve the appearance of our community.”


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