MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty reminded residents about donating to Adopt a Business Morristown. The organization which is raising money for businesses in town reached over $120,000.

"Please keep helping our small businesses", Dougherty said. "Help them to stay alive during this dark winter, as they are calling it. It's important that we have a thriving business district."

Dougherty acknowledged the closing of longstanding restaurant, Collins Pub in neighboring Morris Plains.

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"It's been there for a very long time", he said. "This COVID-19 is really effecting a lot of communities".

The goal of Adopt a Business Morristown is to cover five months of rent. To donate, visit www.adoptabusinessmorristown.org

 

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