MONTVILLE, NJ -- Montville Township Democrats enjoyed a festive afternoon with fellow Democrats and local party candidates at the Aug. 12 Morris County Democratic Committee barbecue in the Montville Community Park.
Chip Robinson, Morris County Democratic Committee Chairman, encouraged Democrats to “seize the moment,” adding that many voters are expressing despair at the 2016 election outcome, resulting in “a record number of Democratic write-ins in June 2017 for local office all across the county, with a Morris County Democratic turnout matching Republican turnout in the county—something unheard of in many years.”
Due to the Rosh Hoshanah holiday, Montville Township Democrats will meet on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior House at 356 Main Road/Route 202.
Dr. René Rovtar will discuss details about the Montville Township Public School’s bond referendum, including the proposed projects, need assessment criteria, and financing, as well as the approved 40% NJ State Debt Service Aid that will save the community more than $7 million. The bond proposes partial roof replacements and upgrades to the HVAC systems, media centers, and restrooms, as well as overhauls for all district gyms and all purpose rooms, and air conditioning in several instructional areas and the high school gym. The bond is scheduled for a vote on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017.
If you are a Montville Township Democrat, Independent, or Unaffiliated; or feel that the Democratic Party reflects your values, “seize the moment,” and come to the next general meeting on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior House on Route 202/Main Road. Montville Township Democrats seeks Montville Township Democrats, Independents, Unaffiliated, and volunteers to join the new, re-energized “Montville NJ Democrats” by joining the Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/MontvilleNJDemocratsOfficial.