Government

December 6, 2018

MILLBURN, NJ - Two resolutions discussed and approved at the Millburn Township Committee meeting on Dec. 4  cancelled two capital account fund balances that were originally earmarked for Complete Streets. Resolutions 18-263 and 18-264 as worded called for the cancellation of a sum total of ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - In business that had been tabled from the October meeting, the Millburn Township Committee heard presentation and public comment on the 2019 Downtown Millburn Development Alliance (DMDA) budget. DMDA president David Sorkin spoke before the township committee and laid out his ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Free Parking From November 22 thru January 1. Shopper parking is free in the Township for the holiday season, from November 22 thru January 1. This does not apply to business, commuter, and 24-hour permit holders. Time restriction apply.

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MILLBURN, NJ - Tara Prupis edged out incumbent Deputy Mayor Jodi Rosenberg in a close race for Millburn Township Committee. According to the unofficial count, Prupis garnered 3,450 votes, 73 more than incumbent Deputy Mayor Jodi Rosenberg who had 3,377 votes. The total count is based on reports ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - In the lead up to Election Day on Nov. 6, the race for Millburn Township Committee has continued onward. On Sunday, Oct. 28, the second and final forum for the township committee was held in the meeting room of the Millburn Public Library. The forum was sponsored by the Indian ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Incumbent Millburn Township Committeewoman Jodi Rosenberg and challenger Tara Prupis squared off at the Millburn Education Center in their first public forum appearance together. The Thursday evening discussion, hosted by The Short Hills Association, was divided into several ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Discussion and a vote on the upcoming 2019 Downtown Millburn Development Alliance (DMDA) budget was pushed back to the next township committee meeting. The shelving of the discussion and adoption of the budget was made at the request of DMDA president David Sorkin. Speaking ...

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Notice of Action Taken by the Millburn Township Zoning Board of Adjustment             TAKE NOTICE that on the 15th day of October, 2018, the Millburn Township Zoning Board of Adjustment took the following actions: 1.         Calendar No. 3636-18.  Adopted a resolution memorializing the ...

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COMMON SENSE. RESPECTFUL. CONSCIENTIOUS. ENERGETIC. ACCESSIBLE. RESPONSIVE. POSITIVE. BALANCED. CAPABLE.  These words describe me and why I am the best candidate for the Township Committee.  I am honored to have served the residents of Millburn Township for the past three years and am seeking ...

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MILLBURN, NJ – Crash data compiled by the Millburn Police Department shows a significant decrease in the number of pedestrian and traffic accidents in downtown Millburn.  The data tracked the number of accidents from January 1, 2014 through March 1, 2018 to include the period of construction ...

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Mayors Council Rahway River Watershed Flood  Control announced the State of New Jersey agreement to continue its work with the US Army Corps of Engineers to finalize a plan for  upstream Rahway River storage to mitigate flooding in Millburn to Rahway. Additionally the Congress in the FY 2019 budget ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ – The Short Hills Association is hosting the annual Candidates Forum to include the two  candidates vying for one seat on the Millburn Township Committee. The event welcomes first-time candidate Tara Prupis and current Deputy Mayor Jodi Rosenberg.  The forum will be held at 7:30 ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Angry phone calls and emails were received by the Downtown Millburn Development Alliance over the weekend about a statement made by Millburn Township Committee candidate Tara Prupis about her involvement in the DMDA. In her candidate statement released last Friday, it states that "As ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - On August 22nd, the Millburn-Shorts Hills Democratic Party kicked off the campaign for Tara Prupis in her bid for Millburn Township Committee.  As a concerned resident, parent, and merchant, Tara has made a significant investment in Millburn’s downtown with her health and ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ – Incumbent Committeewoman and current Deputy Mayor of Millburn Township Jodi Rosenberg launched her re-election campaign last Tuesday. About 30 supporters gathered at the Short Hills home of prominent realtor Shannon Aronson to visit with their candidate as Rosenberg is seeking a ...

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HILLSIDE, NJ - While New Jersey lurches toward legalizing recreational marijuana, one Newark lawmaker is leading the conversation against it.  State Sen. Ron Rice (D-Essex), who on Monday hosted a town hall in Hillside, believes the current legalization bill would lead to more foreclosures in ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - Senator John McCain, who died at the age of 81, is remembered as a courageous Naval Aviator, a conservative maverick and a politician respected by both Republicans and Democrats. The six-term Senator from Arizona was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor last July and on Friday ...

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WASHINGTON, D.C. --- Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) secured passage in the U.S. House of his legislation, H.R. 2815, that would designate the U.S. Post Office at 30 East Street in Raritan, New Jersey, as the "Gunnery Sergeant John Basilone Post Office."  In a speech before colleagues in the ...

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SPRINGFIELD, N.J.-A scheduled campaign speech by Vice President Mike Pence was supposed to be held at Baltusrol Golf Club on Friday, August 10, but was moved at the last minute to the Trump Bedminster course. The speech was in support of Jay Webber, who is running against Mikie Sherrill for the ...

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NEWARK, NJ - State Assemblywoman Eliana Pintor Marin said it was important to support local women’s health organizations at a state level if President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court justice nominee be approved. The assemblywoman joined state Sen. Teresa Ruiz, congressional leaders and women's ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - PSE&G is conducting emergency work tomorrow, July24th, to repair plates covering the roadway at Morris Turnpike, Millburn Avenue, and Farley Place. Work will from 8:00am – 6:00pm, and is weather dependent. The Millburn Police Department will be onsite to establish detours and/or ...

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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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MILLBURN, NJ - With new recycling rules in effect, Millburn Township is now tagging recycling cans that don't meet the guidelines set by Giordano the Township's hauler. The tags specify why a can was not collected, so that mistakes can be corrected for the following week. The graphic attached ...

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SUMMARY OR SYNOPSIS OF AUDIT FOR PUBLICATION  Summary or Synopsis of 2017 Audit Report of the  Township of Millburn, County of Essex, As required by N.J.S.A. 40A: 5 - 7 Combined Balance Sheet December 31, 2017 with comparative figures for ...

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AGENDA MILLBURN TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE JULY 17, 2018 – REGULAR SESSION: 7:30 PM    MAYOR    -      Open Meeting Statement                          Salute to the Flag                         ROLL CALL: SDL (  ), JBL (  ), JLR (   ), DTE ( ), CHB (  )                         Approval ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn Township issued their yearly summit of the Audit Report with comparative number to 2016.    SUMMARY OR SYNOPSIS OF AUDIT FOR PUBLICATION  Summary or Synopsis of 2017 Audit Report of the  Township of Millburn, County of Essex, As required by N.J.S.A. 40A: 5 - ...

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MAPLEWOOD, NJ - When Maplewood resident Julie Burstein scrolled on Facebook and glimpsed an illustration of hands grasping across a barbed-wire fence, a gut feeling urged her to share it. “Where are the children?” the image asks. The looming question surrounding children currently separated at the ...

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MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn Township announced the projected micro-paving project set to kick of the week of July 23-27, weather depedent. Micro-paving is a process in which an asphalt-based, quick-setting emulsion is applied to the surface of rough, worn roads to improve street texture and ...

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WARREN, NJ - As the community celebrated Independence Day, USA.gov and the Department of Veterans Affairs shared some helpful guidelines for showing respect to the symbol of the nation. Check out this helpful information before you fly the stars and stripes. Traditional guidelines call for ...

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – A bill signed into law by New Jersey’s governor last week means transgender residents can legally change their gender on their birth certificates. The ‘Birth Certificate Bill’ - now known as the “Babs Siperstein Law’ - was signed by Gov. Phil Murphy on July 2. Under the ...

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