Government

May 14, 2020

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Effective this week, the Morris County Surrogate's Office has returned to nearly full staffing. When the pandemic first began affecting Morris County, we immediately created and implemented a plan to work remotely from the public, with partial staff and without the public coming to ...

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NEW JERSEY - On Wednesday, Governor Murphy signed an Executive Order permitting curbside pickup at non-essential businesses. According to the order, "permitting curbside pickup at non-essential retail businesses is reasonable in that it avoids unnecessary contact between customers and staff in ...

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Seek to Reduce Virus Spread and Move Towards Recovery To reduce the spread of COVID-19 and help move Morris County towards recovery, the Morris County Board of Freeholders, in coordination with local and county health officials, is taking steps to initiate an aggressive countywide contact ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Itt was announced by Governor Murphy that all shoppers would be required to wear a mask and gloves when entering a grocery store, effective Friday evening April 10.  As of Saturday afternoon, he expanded the mask requirement to include all food service personnel, customers heading ...

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NEW JERSEY - The numbers of positive COVID-19 patients is staggering. According to government officials, there were 54,588 positive tests as of today, Friday April 10.  There have been 1,932 deaths in New Jersey with 135 of them from Morris County. But Governor Murphy shared a little good news ...

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NEW JERSEY - This morning, Governor Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing certain low risk incarcerated individuals to be placed on temporary home confinement or granted parole if already eligible through an expedited process. "We’re setting up a robust process through which each potentially ...

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The most recent reporting from the State, has close to 44,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey, 2,200 are in Morris County, including 49 cases in Madison. Sadly we have had 2 deaths in Madison related to COVID-19. This morning I had a Zoom meeting with our first responders. First and ...

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At the March 30 Madison Borough Council Meeting, Mayor Bob Conley introduced a package of measures, that he is calling Madison’s COVID-19 Crisis Response Toolkit.  Taken together, these measures are designed to help Madison residents and businesses cope with the financial devastation wrought by the ...

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MADISON, NJ - Mayor Conley updated residents on Friday April 3. Here is what he had to say: The most recent reporting from the State, has close to 30,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey, 1,300 are in Morris County, including 32 cases in Madison. Yesterday, we sadly announced the ...

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MADISON, NJ - The Borough of Madison is in the process for a new Master Plan that tackles the challenges and opportunities for future growth, development, and preservation, said Madison officials. Officials are asking community members to  visit the project website to take the survey and to ...

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MADISON, NJ - Madison Mayor Bob Conley updated the Madison community on Tuesday March 31. He began by stating that there are now 26 positive cases of COVID-19 in Madison. Although there is now a testing site in Morris County, up at CCM, the first call, should you be experiencing symptoms, should ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Using charts that graphically show how social distancing can significantly slow the spread of COVID-19, Governor Phil Murphy today continued to vociferously urge New Jerseyans to follow his Executive Orders, saying, that Garden Staters "have always lived our lives punching above our ...

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MADISON, NJ -  To provide Madison residents and business owners with some upfront financial support in response to COVID-19, Madison Mayor Robert Conley will be asking the Council to aprove some fiscal actions at the March 30 Council Meeting. "We are all aware of the financial burden that is ...

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TRENTON, Three regional governors have announced an approach to combat the spread of the Coronavirus. Governor Murphy, Governor Cuomo, and Governor Lamont announced that the three states will limit crowd capacity for recreational and social gatherings to 50 people - effective by 8 PM ...

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MADISON, NJ - Standing in downtown Madison, Mayor Robert H. Conley updated residents as to what Madison is doing to prepare and protect the community regarding the spread of COVID-19  "Together we have come back from many challenges but now we are faced with one far different than any other in ...

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MADISON, NJ - In a community announcement, Mayor Conley and the Borough Council acknowledge the concern and feelings of uncertainty that residents may be feeling regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) "We would like to assure all residents that we are working diligently within Madison, in ...

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MADISON, NJ -  All Madison Borough flags will remain at half-staff today, Monday March 9, in recognition and mourning of Coach Ted Monica, announced Borough officials. The Borough of Madison and the Madison School district is mourning the loss  of Coach Ted Monica, legendary Madison High School ...

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MADISON, NJ -  All Madison Borough flags will be flown at half-staff today, Friday March 9 in recognition and mourning of Coach Ted Monica, announced Borough officials. The Borough of Madison and the Madison School district is mourning the loss  of Coach Ted Monica, legendary Madison High School ...

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WASHINGTON, DC -  The 2020 Congressional Dinner was the crescendo of this week's Walk to Washington event in Washington DC.  It drew a packed house of over 800 business professionals and government officials who dined together while exchanging business cards and conversations.  Sitting in the ...

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The meeting for the Madison Planning Board Regular Meeting scheduled for Tuesday February 18, 2020 at 7:30pm is as follows:  1. Call to Order by Chairperson 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Announcement of Notice 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Comments by the Public RESOLUTIONS FOR ...

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MADISON, NJ - Flags in the Borough of Madison will fly at half staff today, Monday February 10, out of respect for the memory of life-long resident and long-time merchant Sal Luciano, announced Borough officials. Luciano passed away on February 4, 2020. His obituary reads:A proud son of The ...

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MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - A Turkish immigrant who came to America over two decades ago and started his career pumping gas in Madison, NJ, was elected to serve as a Morris County Freeholder today, when the Morris County Republican Committee convened for a special election. The convention was called to ...

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MADISON, NJ - Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill has announced Mobile Office Hours in Madison on Thursday February 13 from 12noon - 2pm. Congresswoman Sherrill's staff will be on site to help with questions regarding Social Security, Medicare, Veteran's Affairs and more. The mobile office hours will ...

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MADISON, NJ - The Borough of Madison is asking residents to "make your pet legal" by obtaining a license. Dog and cat licenses are now available in Madison. Officials are reminding residents that all dogs and cats should be licensed before January 31, 2020. Rabies immunizations must be valid ...

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MADISON, NJ - The Borough of Madison’s Public Scoping Hearing, originally scheduled for January 23, 2020 has been POSTPONED, announced borough officials.  The hearing was to discuss the proposed diversion of approximately 1.743 acres +/-  at the Madison Recreation Complex in regards to Madison’s ...

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MADISON, NJ -  All Madison Borough flags will be flown at half-staff today, Thursday, January 9 as per Executive Order 98, in recognition and mourning of a courageous and loyal American hero, Sergeant 1st Class Michael James Goble. According to the order, the flag of the United States of America ...

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MADISON, NJ - Changes are coming to the Madison Kings Road Parking Lot effective Monday January 20, announced Borough officials. According to officials the following changes will be made: Daily parking before 9:30 A.M. will only be allowed in spaces painted with a Boxcar logo – the far ...

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MADISON, NJ - Governor Murphy was in Madison today.  He took an active role in the annual reorganization meeting of the Madison Borough Council, which took place in the Council Chamber of the Hartley Dodge Memorial Building. The Governor was on hand to swear in Mayor Robert Conley as well as ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Deborah Smith was elected Freeholder Director by her peers while Stephen Shaw was elected Deputy Freeholder Director at Morris County's 2020 Reorganization meeting held on Friday, January 3, 2010. Morris County Freeholders Doug Cabana of Boonton Township, Kathy DeFillippo of ...

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MADISON, NJ - Some Madison residents will see a change to recycling and garbage pickups due to New Year's Eve day. Residents in District 2C will have recycling pickup on Thursday January 2 and residents in District 3 will have garbage AND recycling pickup on Thursday January 2.

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