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Randolph Council Hears Public Concerns over Gateway Apartment Expansion

December 10, 2016

RANDOLPH, NJ - At the Dec. 1 council meeting, several residents spoke out against Ordinance 25-16 allowing garden apartment affordable housing at Gateway Apartments on Center Grove Road.

Gateway Apartments would convert the existing garden apartments into Affordable Housing, while building additional, new market-rate apartments. This would help fulfill the state mandate for affordable ...

No Coins Needed: Free Parking In Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown is giving shoppers, diners, and visitors to Downtown Morristown the gift of free 2 hour metered parking at designated on-street  parking meters through Christmas Eve.

To find the free parking spots, look for the green and white bag that has been placed over meters throughout Morristown, courtesy of the Morristown Parking Authority and ...

Montville Mayor Speaks with Cub Scouts

MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Jim Sandham met with the third grade Bears and fifth grade Arrow of Light Scouts from Pack 68 on Dec 2 to speak with them so they could learn about his role in the community.   

They learned that Sandham works in conjunction with the four other members of the Township Committee as part of Montville’s form of government.

“We have a ...

Plainfield Town Hall Panel Well Attended By Community

PLAINFIELD, NJ - A packed room of concerned residents filled the Senior Center on East Front Street in Plainfield on Thursday night for 'A Critical Conversation' town hall meeting with Mayor Adrian O. Mapp.

The purpose of the town hall was to arm community members with relevant information as the country moves forward under an administration that will be led by President-elect ...

Woodland Park Aims To Replace Equipment for Firefighters

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Council members introduced a bond ordinance to authorize the acquisition of self-contained breathing apparatus equipment for the use of the volunteer fire department in the amount of $520,000 at its Wednesday night meeting.

The safety equipment, which is worn by all fire department members in the borough, is set to expire by the end of this calendar year, according to Mayor ...

Former Yorktown Supervisor Sues Town over New Tree Law

YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Former Yorktown Supervisor Susan Siegel has filed an Article 78 lawsuit against the Yorktown Town Board, requesting that the Westchester County Supreme Court invalidate the town’s recently enacted tree law.

A proceeding under Article 78 of the New York Civil Practice Laws and Rules allows for anyone to challenge or ask for judicial review of determinations made by ...

Fanwood Receives Innovation in Public Private Partnership Award

FANWOOD, NJ -- The Borough of Fanwood and Community Access Unlimited were recently honored at the New Jersey League of Municipalities and NJBIZ Innovation in Public Private Partnership Awards. The award recognized the successful public private partnership that resulted in the mixed use facility on Terrill Road in 2015, which includes two commercial businesses, low-income housing, and ...

Final Week of Leaf Collection in Scotch Plains

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Department of Public Property has issued the following updates for leaf collection this week and advises residents in the following areas to put out all leaves on the street by Sunday, Dec. 11.

Northside:
Morse Avenue and sidestreets; Crestwood Section; Homestead Section; Evergreen Avenue and sidestreets; Portland Avenue/Church Avenue/Birch ...

David Tucker Announces Run For First Ward Council Seat

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - David Tucker announced his intentions to run for the first ward council seat currently held by Elias Chalet.

David Tucker is a retired businessman and member of the Republican party.

This is a breaking news story, TAPinto Bloomfield will have more details as they become known. 

Nutley's Steven Rogers Announces Governor Run

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers officially announced his run for governor at Morristown’s Madison Hotel Thursday before introducing his plans to improve matters such as local business revenue, education and the state’s drug epidemic.

The Republican pointed out that he wants all parties to work together and stated that he will not criticize a single ...

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Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Oroho Bill to Remove Red Tape from Pharmaceutical Industry Signed into Law

December 9, 2016

 

Legislation sponsored by Senator Steve Oroho (R-Sussex, Warren, Morris) to make the registration process easier for pharmaceutical companies is now law after it was signed by Governor Chris Christie. The measure came out of the New Jersey Red Tape Review Commission.

“The seemingly never ending list of regulations and rules has handcuffed business in this state for far too ...

Our Town

December 5, 2016

To the Editor:

The past few years have brought on a numerous number of debates, the Redevelopment Act, new town hall, change in our downtown area, the Supreme Court ruling on COAH to name a few. Many of you know I do not agree with some of the above BUT I am only one person. I have learned to sit and study the different situations to understand them by researching.
The other thing that we ...

Upcoming Events

Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Sat, December 10, 10:00 AM

East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway

Creative Communication Workshop with Shakira ...

Business & Finance Government

Oroho Bill to Remove Red Tape from Pharmaceutical Industry Signed into Law

December 9, 2016

 

Legislation sponsored by Senator Steve Oroho (R-Sussex, Warren, Morris) to make the registration process easier for pharmaceutical companies is now law after it was signed by Governor Chris Christie. The measure came out of the New Jersey Red Tape Review Commission.

“The seemingly never ending list of regulations and rules has handcuffed business in this state for far too ...

Our Town

December 5, 2016

To the Editor:

The past few years have brought on a numerous number of debates, the Redevelopment Act, new town hall, change in our downtown area, the Supreme Court ruling on COAH to name a few. Many of you know I do not agree with some of the above BUT I am only one person. I have learned to sit and study the different situations to understand them by researching.
The other thing that we ...