Business & Finance

October 18, 2018

MILLBURN, NJ -  As our Township prepares for its upcoming election, this statement serves as a reminder that the Downtown Millburn Development Alliance (DMDA) does not support or oppose any candidate for public office, and the organization will continue to maintain its nonpartisan stance as ...

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MILLBURN, NJ – Vehicle parking and revenue data for 2017 shows an increase in the number of transactions as well as parking revenue in downtown Millburn.  The total number of both vehicle parking transactions in downtown Millburn and its associated revenue were derived from data collected in Lot ...

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Point View Wealth Management's Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, John Petrides, live on CNBC discussing the "game of chicken" going on between the Fed and inflationary data: cnbc.com/video ck here to contact David Dietze, John Petrides, Claire Toth, Donna ...

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ESSEX COUNTY AREA, NJ – British Swim School, which provides water safety education as an essential survival skill, has expanded further with two new pool locations in Essex County. The new locations in Livingston and Fairfield mark the 11th and 12th New Jersey locations for the British Swim ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn Mayor Cheryl Burstein and Deputy Mayor Jodi Rosenberg welcomed officers and staff from Saint Barnabas Medical Center at the grand opening ceremony of a new physical therapy facility in Millburn Township. Also in attendance were about 30 members of the local business ...

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MILLBURN, NJ – Thank you subscribers and readers for making TAPinto Millburn/Short Hills the No. 1 source of local news in Millburn Township. We are extremely grateful to our supporters and look forward to continuing to publish news and events that are meaningful to our readership. Thanks to our ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ — Do you have a passion for community news? TAPinto Milburn/Short Hills is currently seeking reporters to regularly cover local events, elections, sports and community meetings.  This is a freelance position, with the individual being paid on a story-by-story basis. As an ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - Budd Larner, PC is pleased to announce the promotions of Karolina A. Dehnhard and David R. Tawil to to Shareholder.  The promotions are effective September 4, 2018. Karolina A. Dehnhard, Esq.,who joined Budd Larner as an Associate in 2011 and was promoted to Counsel in 2015, ...

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VOORHEES, NJ – New Jersey American Water will begin replacing approximately 5,000 feet of aging water main in its Millburn service area as part of phase two of the large main replacement project on Parsonage Hill Road. The 24-inch water main was installed in the 1910s and will be replaced with new ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ – More than 75 local business owners, entrepreneurs and senior managers of some of the largest corporations around Millburn Township attended a networking event at the Benihana restaurant in Short Hills Tuesday evening. The Millburn/Short Hills Chamber of Commerce hosted a “business ...

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NEW YORK, NY - Commuters into the Port Authority Bus terminal today through Wednesday will be part of a pilot to test a new security system, one that will try an identify suicide vests and other improvised explosive devices, according to a release from the agency. The Port Authority will launch ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Short Hills resident George Ippolito had his dollar and a dream pay off after playing the same five numbers in the Jersey Cash 5 for years, hitting the jackpot in April. He plans to put the $785,212 windfall towards his retirement, savings and for his family in the coming ...

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FAR HILLS, N.J.— Fans attending the 98th annual running of the Far Hills Races at Moorland Farms on Oct. 20 will find a brand-new attraction — pari-mutuel betting. The seven-race card offers $850,000 in gross purses, the highest dollar value of any sanctioned steeplechase meeting in North ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - After months of turnover and changes at the Downtown Millburn Development Alliance (DMDA) that included facing defunded, the new president David Sorkin came before the Millburn Township Committee give an update on the progress to date. Sorkin started at his post on May 30 and ...

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Jersey City, NJ – Short Hills resident and a member of Saint Peter's class of 1975, Frank L. Fekete, was elected chair of the Board of Trustees for the University replacing Thomas P. Mac Mahon ’68 as chair of the Board and will serve for a three-year term.  “Saint Peter’s University is in the ...

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WARREN, NJ – Jersey Central Power & Light has filed a four-year infrastructure plan with the state Board of Public Utilities aimed at enhancing the reliability and resiliency of its distribution system against severe weather and reducing the frequency and duration of power outages. The ...

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Big changes are in store for New Jersey’s workplaces, with dramatic legislation aimed at improving conditions for New Jersey’s workers. These changes include the enactment of New Jersey’s Equal Pay Act, a new law to help the unemployed, and passage of New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act. Most likely ...

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NEWARK, NJ - Amazon will get a payroll tax break at a cost of $1 billion to the city should the company open its second headquarters here. It’s one of two ordinances that were approved by the Newark City Council council to sweeten the deal for the corporate giant and stand out among other ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - A week for detours and construction are coming starting Monday morning at 9:00 am as PSE&G replaces a gas line at Short Hills Plaza.  The westbound side of the Short Hills Train Station between Station Plaza and Short Hills Avenue will be affect each day from 9:00 am to ...

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Newark boasts a large – and growing – tech force. Brainwalk, an occasional series, will introduce you to some of its rising stars. You’ve seen the ominous headlines. Armies of hackers working at the behest of hostile nation-states 24/7 to steal intelligence from our defense agencies. Apolitical ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - TAPinto Millburn and Short Hills has one primary focus. You. It might not always look that way. After all, most of our articles aren't really about you, but things TAPinto editors think you care about. Such as what the Township Committee is doing. What's happening with Complete ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Fast food restaurant owners in New Jersey are being asked by the state to provide information about their use of employee non-compete or “no poach” agreements, documents that "can restrict the ability of workers to obtain a better-paying job with another franchise," according to the ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - Short Hills Architecture and Interior Design firm Studio 1200 won both the “2018 Best of Residential“ and “2018 Viewer’s Choice” awards at the 14th Annual IIDA (International Interior Design Association) PA/NJ/DE Chapter Design Awards. No other firm accomplished the same feat of ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Three $50,000 lottery tickets were sold in New Jersey, according to NJ Lottery Acting Executive Director John M. White. One ticket was sold in Montclair. Lottery officials also announced that an Oregon Lottery ticketholder won the $150.4 million Powerball jackpot from ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Honored for their contributions to the community over the past year, Saint Barnabas Medical Center (SBMC) and Margie Heller, administrative director of community health and outreach at SBMC, were recognized as the 2018 Business of the Year and Civic Leader of the Year at the ...

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Monday evening at town hall, the Springfield Township Committee met for a workshop session agenda meeting. The purpose of the meeting was for discussion around the topics that would be appearing on the agenda for the township council meeting on Tuesday, June 12. One of the major ...

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When Albert Perri was discharged from the U.S. Army almost 50 years ago - after, according to family lore, a chance meeting with singer Elvis Presley while Perri was stationed in Germany - he began working in the heating and air conditioning industry. In 1971, Perri elected to branch off in that ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - The Millburn-Short Hills Chamber of Commerce celebrates their annual awards dinner at La Pergola. New Board of Directors are being installed and ‘Happy Millburn’,  Dilys So and Karen Bigos are set to be honored. 

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - Breakfast meetings have taken on a whole new meaning with Short Hills Divorce Attorney, Karolina Dehnhard, Esq. and Keller William realtor Saritte Harel. Harel, a long-time leader, mother and business women in the Short Hills community joined forces with Dehnhard, a divorce ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Both members and non-members of the Livingston, North Essex, West Orange, Millburn/Short Hills, Livingston, South Orange and Maplewood Chambers of Commerce gathered at Livingston Bagel in May for the third annual multi-chamber barbecue, hosted by the Livingston Area Chamber of ...

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