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Goals and Budget Discussed at Special Montville Twp Committee Meeting

February 10, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee held a special meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 31 where the committee discussed goals for 2017 and further discussed the capital budget.

The committee first went over their 2016 goals, which included improved communication with the public. Last year a part-time communications and social media coordinator (program assistant) was hired to let the ...

Open Space Fund Use, Museum, Eagle Project Discussed by Montville Twp Committee

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee has been debating the use of Open Space Trust fund money to pay for maintenance projects on buildings at community parks and facilities across the township. Members have varying opinions on the use of the funds, and with $640,000 in projects proposed by administration for the 2017 budget, the debate has continued across three meetings and ...

Committee Member, Engineer Honored at Montville Township Committee Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee honored former committee member Scott Gallopo and former township engineer Mark Mantyla at their Jan. 24 meeting.

Gallopo served on the township committee for six years from 2011 to 2016. He was deputy mayor in 2014 and mayor in 2015.

Gallopo served on the Montville Township Public Library Board of Trustees in 2014 and 2015, was a ...

Open Space Fund Use, Budget Discussed at Special Montville Township Committee Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee gathered for a special work session on Saturday, Jan. 21 in order to discuss the township’s 2017 budget, goals and objectives.

Mayor Jim Sandham later described the meeting as “collegial and collaborative.”

The committee discussed the use of Open Space (OS) funding for projects within the township. This has been ...

Urged By Montville Mayor, Assemblyman Introduces Anti-Teacher Abuse Bill

MONTVILLE, NJ – In the wake of former Montville Township elementary school teacher and convicted sexual predator Jason Fennes’ sentencing, a bill is making its way through the New Jersey legislative process because Montville Township Mayor Jim Sandham wanted predatory teachers to no longer be protected by the privacy system.

“Some parents brought their concerns about [Fennes] ...

Passports Needed to Fly Domestically in 2018; County Announces Anti-Property Fraud System

MONTVILLE, NJ – New Jersey airline passengers who fly domestically will need passports beginning Jan. 22, 2018, according to Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi.

Speaking at the Jan. 23 Montville Township Republican Club meeting, Grossi said the Real I.D. Act precludes New Jersey drivers from using their driver’s license as identification for domestic travel, since NJ licenses ...

Montville Drug Problem, Blue Lines and Police Budget Discussed at Township Committee Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Jim Sandham asked for the township committee’s “indulgence” as he will be meeting in a very small committee composed of Deputy Mayor Frank Cooney, Township Administrator, Board of Education President Matthew Kayne, BOE Vice President Carmela Novi, and Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar to discuss strategies for addressing the drug problem in ...

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