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Chatham Township Launches its New Website


CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Township Committee has launched a newly redesigned website,, that is intended to create a more user friendly experience following a series of improvements and enhancements. Many of the improvements were derived from responses to the Township Committee’s website redesign survey of residents and local businesses from earlier this year.

Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter, speaking on behalf of the Township Committee, said, “We are pleased to launch this new website as we continue our efforts to improve communications with our residents. After surveying residents earlier this year we were able to create a website that better meets their needs. We encourage all residents to visit and explore the new website which was built with a responsive design layout to enhance viewing capabilities on mobile and tablet devices. The website also features easier navigation, a more visual layout, and new content and resources. In addition to the new website, we also remind residents to stay connected on social media and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. As communications with our residents remains paramount, the new website provides residents information on the important issues in the Township, while providing them easier access to the many services available to them.”

The new website features sections dedicated to News & Alerts, Frequently Accessed Pages, Public Service Resources, and Township Recognitions. In an effort to provide more timely content the homepage now features a direct feed to the Township’s Facebook page. In addition, several pages were created to offer residents resources and answers to their most pressing questions, including “I'm Interested In,” “Useful Links,” and “Frequently Asked Questions.”

The Township Committee welcomes suggestions on how to further improve the website and residents are encouraged to contact the Communications Committee at

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July 21, 2018

To the Editor:

Hello, Friends,

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s (AFSP) “Out of the Darkness” annual walk is being held on Saturday, September 22nd at 5:15 p.m. at Chatham’s Cougar Field, next to 312 Shunpike Road in Chatham, NJ  07928.  Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. 

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Chatham's Meghan LeMon Awarded Degree from Miami University in Ohio

July 21, 2018

OXFORD, OH -- Meghan LeMon of Chatham was among more than 3,900 students from Miami University who received degrees during spring commencement exercises Saturday, May 19, 2018, at Millett Hall.

LeMon graduated MAGNA with a BA degree, majoring in Speech Path & Audiology.

Considered one of eight original "Public Ivies" in the country, Miami University is located in Oxford, Ohio.

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