Government

December 17, 2019

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: After the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, the federal government enacted the REAL ID requirements, to better secure identification accepted for domestic travel and access to certain federal facilities. Starting October 1, 2020, you must have a REAL ID compliant driver ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - The December meeting of the Middletown governing body entails a rather straightforward end of year list of business items for the public. One noteworthy item is the Presentation of Donations Raised for First Responders from the Mayor’s 5K Challenge. This appreciation is planned ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) on December 7th, enthusiastically welcomed the release of Xiyue Wang, a Princeton, NJ graduate student who was taken hostage by the Iranian government while working on an Iranian government-approved research project. “In April of 2018, I met Hua Qu, wife of ...

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  By Wilson Conde Middletown residents got to learn about the latest updates on the flood control system being built around Port Monmouth, a newly introduced Styrofoam recycling program, and a resolution to begin improvements to Normandy Park, during the Middletown Township Committee’s Dec.

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Monmouth County, NJ— U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) at a press conference today, began with a comment to Joanne Atkins-Ingram, mother of Braeden Bradforth, "On behalf of my wife Marie and I—and my entire staff, let me again convey our deepest condolences to Joanne and her family on the loss of ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ:  Transportation is tough in New Jersey. Most certainly for bussing. The typical bus commuter knows this first hand as they experience delays, route changes and frustration. Major bus companies are even paying recruiting bonuses to new drivers in the thousands of dollars to get good ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Middletown Township residents had an opportunity to comment on local topics in Middletown, as well as learn about the introduction of a new traffic ordinance, Middletown’s stance on how affordable housing should be approached, and an update on the new Town Hall, during the Township ...

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Election Day is One Week from Today! Dear Resident, The general election is next Tuesday, November 5, 2019, and I would like to remind you about upcoming voter deadlines and important election information. Today is the deadline for the County Clerk's Elections Office ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Middletown residents got to listen to two presentations from local agencies about their latest agendas, as well as ask about pending Middletown Township road improvement projects, during the Township Committee’s workshop meeting on Oct. 7th.  The local agency presentations ...

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  By Wilson Conde Middletown residents got to listen to two presentations from local agencies about their latest agendas, as well as ask about pending Middletown Township road improvement projects, during the Township Committee’s workshop meeting on Oct. 7th.  The local agency ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: The Township celebrated the promotion of a police officer to sergeant, plus the appointment of four new police officers, at a swearing in ceremony in town hall on Sept. 23rd, which was followed by the Township Committee meeting featuring a mentioning of a traffic calming project at ...

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WASHINGTON, DC—Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S. However, it has been the most underfunded. Those dynamics just changed earlier this week when on Monday, September 30, 2019, legislation authored by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ, Monmouth, Ocean and Mercer Counties) to ...

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Proposed Headline: By Wilson Conde Middletown residents watched several presentations by the Board of Education about topics like anti-bullying efforts, support services & programs for struggling and/or troubled students, and standardized test performance; during its Sept. 25th meeting, ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ:  In a statement just released to TAPinto Middletown, the Middletown Mayor Tony Perry requests the following: "I was recently made aware of some disturbing comments made by Ms. Jeana Sager, a candidate for the Middletown Township Committee. During a video interview recorded ...

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  MIDDLETOWN, NJ - The Middletown Township Public Library (MTPL) and the Township of Middletown are pleased to announce the appointment of Heather Andolsen, MLS, CPM as Library Director beginning September 5, 2019. Ms. Andolsen comes to the MTPL with a wealth of management experience. She ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Middletown residents gladly spoke their minds about various local issues in Middletown, such as roads, parking, and speed limits in certain neighborhoods, during the Middletown Township Committee’s “Mobile Town Hall” meeting at Luftman Towers in Lincroft on Aug. 19th, which also ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Middletown Township released a host of upcoming infrastructure plans including paving and drainage throughout the town. Here are the details: Tree Trimming on Oak Hill Road, Monday 8/5 JCP&L will be performing tree trimming in the area of Oak Hill Road and Normandy Road ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Middletown has had enough. With municipalities whipsawed through the state in the courts in housing, they have taken a stand. According to news released by the town, last week the Middletown Township Committee directed its attorneys to withdraw from court proceedings that ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - The Middletown Township committee hosted a special “mobile town hall” meeting on July 15th at the Tonya Keller Community Center located in Middletown’s Ideal Beach section; during which local neighborhood residents spoke about some of the area’s quality-of-life issues, such as the ...

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