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Law & Justice

June 27, 2022

CHATHAM, NJ -- Chatham Borough Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz and the six borough council members unanimously adopted a resolution to "condemn" the Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs vs. Jackson that was handed down on June 24. Council member Jocelyn Mathiasen moved to adopt the resolution (see below) that ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- The Borough of Chatham Council held a Special Meeting in order to discuss affordable housing litigation in an executive session before unanimously passing a resolution authorizing Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz to name Bergen County United Way the new redeveloper for Post Office Plaza on ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- The Borough of Chatham Council will hold a Special Meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, when it plans to pass a resolution that "rescinds" Nouvelle LLC as the redeveloper for Post Office Plaza and names Bergen County's United Way as the "substitute" redeveloper. Bergen County's ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -- SV Chatham PO LLC, whose plan was not chosen by the Borough of Chatham Council when it voted, 4-3, to go with an all-affordable housing 15-unit project for Post Office Plaza, has filed a brief in Morris County Superior Court asking for an intervention. Chatham Borough Mayor ...

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MADISON, NJ - A Madison woman has been charged with Second Degree Death by Auto/Vehicular Homicide in the fatal crash that occurred early last week that resulted in the death of a 52-year-old Chatham man who was the father of four children. She has been remanded to the Morris County Correctional ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- It took a 2 a.m. vote from London by deputy mayor Mark Hamilton to get it done, but Peter King was hired as the new municipal attorney for Chatham Township by a 3-2 vote on Thursday at the regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee. Hamilton, who was in London on business, ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- If the 2022 Chatham Township Committee Reorganization Meeting is any indication, the five-member committee will be agreeing to disagree quite a bit in the upcoming year. That was evident when outgoing mayor Stacey Ewald delayed the vote for the new mayor, Ashley Felice, with a ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- It's finally over. Mark Lois is the winner of the 2021 Chatham Township Committee election and has earned a three-year term. Kathy Abbott, who lost the close election contest by 25 votes, withdrew her petition Monday for a recount before it could be ruled on by Superior Court ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -- Superior Court Judge Stuart A. Minkowitz is expected to rule Monday on whether there will be a recount in the election for a seat on the Chatham Township Committee won by Mark Lois with a 25-vote edge over Kathy Abbott. Abbott petitioned the court, naming the Morris County ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Mark Lois has responded to Kathy Abbott's court petition asking for a "recount" in the election for a seat on the Chatham Township Committee with a motion to intervene and an answer to Abbott's petition. A case management hearing on Lois' motions is scheduled for Friday morning ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Flooded by calls from Scotch Plains self-storage customers from Westfield and other towns in his district who have been denied access to their personal belongings following Hurricane Ida, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is planning to introduce legislation to protect their ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- The amended affordable housing agreement that was signed in June calls for a minimum of 15 affordable housing units to be built at Post Office Plaza, according to Kendra Lelie, the borough professional planner. That would calculate out to a building big enough to hold at least 100 ...

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We’ve joined up with more than 1,400 parents in New Jersey who believe these mask mandates are not a one size fits all solution to COVID. There are so many different circumstances among families where parents don’t want their children in a mask.  Parents should be the only authority that determines ...

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