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Chatham Township Seniors Invited to Beat the Heat at Colony Pool

July 21, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Thomas Ciccarone, township administrator, reminded residents that seniors - 62 years of age and older - are welcome to cool off at Colony Pool for free whenever the temperature reaches 90 degrees, it was announced at the Chatham Township Committee Meeting held Thursday night.

Thomas Ciccarone, township administrator, reminds residents that Seniors can come to the Colony Pool free ...

Chatham Township Swears in New Police Officers Manning and Schulz

CHATHAM, NJ - Two new police officers - Connor J. Manning and Christopher J. Schulz - were sworn in by Mayor Curt Ritter on Thursday night at regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee.

According to Chatham Township Police Chief Steven Hennelly, the two new officers puts the police department at a full contingent of 21. Manning and Schulz fill the voids left by the retirements of Robert ...

Longtime Chatham Friends Get Married by Mayor Ritter

CHATHAM, NJ - Trish Mahoney and John Behr, two friends who grew up in Chatham, became a married couple on Tuesday night.

Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter presided over the marriage of Mahoney and Behr at the Gazebo at Reasoner Park in Chatham Borough with friends and family in attendance.

 

 

Chatham Earns Third Place in Contest with Salvas-Produced Mayors Wellness Video

CHATHAM,  NJ - Chatham earned third place in the New Jersey Healthcare Quality Institute's video contest, it was announced on Friday.

Chatham Township resident Tom Salvas produced the video that won one of the health institute's top awards. Stone Harbor took first place and Jersey City was second.

In addition to being the producer of the video, Salvas was a ...

Chatham Earns Third Place in Contest with Salvas-Produced Mayors Wellness Video

CHATHAM,  NJ - Chatham earned third place in the New Jersey Healthcare Quality Institute's video contest, it was announced on Friday.

Chatham Township resident Tom Salvas produced the video that won one of the health institute's top awards. Stone Harbor took first place and Jersey City was second.

The Tom Salvas video that won third place for Chatham can be seen ...

Chatham Borough Council to Freeholders: 'We feel like we're the orphans of Morris County'; River Road Train Station Draft Plan

CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council used a presentation of the 2017 Morris County budget as an opportunity to vent its frustration with what it perceives as an unresponsive county bureaucracy at its regular meeting on Monday night.

Borough council president Vicki Fife told Freeholder Christine Myers and county administrator John Bonanni that, "We feel like we're the ...

Chatham Borough Council Thanks Former Administrator Falzarano for "Dedicated Service and Leadership"

CHATHAM, NJ - Even though it was part of the consent agenda, Chatham Borough Council member Gerald Helfrich asked that the council vote separately on the resolution thanking former administrator Robert Falzarano at the regular meeting of the borough council on Monday night.

Falzarano had resigned April 28, effective June 10, 2017 and is now the administrator for Harding ...

Chatham Borough Council Introduces Amendment to Regulate Oil & Hazardous Substance Pipelines

CHATHAM, NJ - An amendment to a code ordinance designed to regulate pipelines and protect Chatham Borough's infrastructure and water supply from oil and hazardous material pipeline leaks was unanimously passed on first reading on Monday night at the Borough of Chatham Council meeting.

The six-page amendment to Chapter 189 of the Borough Code titled "Regulation of Oil ...

New Bleachers on the Way at Chatham's Cougar Field

CHATHAM, NJ - The $1.4 million capital improvement to Chatham's Cougar Field is now underway, with construction of the new bleachers as part of the project, which will also include a walking path and a new snack shack.

A bulldozer was clearing dirt to make way for the foundation of the new bleachers on Saturday. Cougar Field is one of six capital improvement projects approved by taxpayers ...

Chatham's Alice Lundt to be Remembered with Memorial Service Saturday

CHATHAM, NJ - A Memorial Service for Alice Burton Lundt, known as the "First Lady of Chatham Township," will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, July 8 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 300 Shunpike Rd., Chatham.

Lundt died May 15 at the age of 100. A 64-year resident of Chatham Township, Lundt served as clerk/administrator for the Township from 1964 through 1989 and was ...

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