Cablevision Contract & Budget Discussed at Montville Twp Committee Meeting

February 20, 2018

MONTVILLE, NJ – The contract that Montville Township has with Cablevision of Morris to provide cable services for residents expires on Dec. 31, 2018, and therefore the township will be undertaking a questionnaire process to seek residents’ opinions of their cable services.

“In my six years as administrator I haven’t received any complaints,” Township Administrator ...

Budget, Old Lane Sewer Project Discussed at Montville Twp Committee Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – Township Administrator Victor Canning announced at the Jan. 23 township committee meeting that progress is being made on the township budget, but the capital and open space portions of the budget are “concluded.” Mayor Richard Conklin said the special Jan. 13 Saturday work session meeting was very successful.

Canning called the budget a zero budget, meaning, ...

Bill Aimed at Stopping Sexual Predator Teachers Passes State Senate

MONTVILLE, NJ – The bill aimed at stopping pedophile teachers from moving around to various school systems, dubbed the Safer Schools bill, has passed another hurdle by passing unanimously in the New Jersey Senate, 39-0, on Feb. 1.

The bill, S414, originally reported on by TAPinto Montville here, was first sponsored by Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26). State Senator Joseph Pennacchio ...

"Safer Schools Bill" Passes First Hurdle in State Senate

MONTVILLE, NJ – Following no movement on his bill in the year 2017, Assemblyman Jay Webber’s anti-teacher abuse bill, created at the urging of former Montville mayor Jim Sandham, has seen its first hurdle surmounted. The bill, created in part due to William Mason Elementary School first grade teacher Jason Fennes and other predatory teachers, requires school districts ...

Planning Board Votes Regarding Towaco Townhouses

MONTVILLE, NJ – Following the Montville Township Committee passing an ordinance allowing the building of townhouses in Towaco center, property owner Dan Furia brought his application for a mixed-used building on 202 across the street from the train station combined with a 20-unit townhouse complex to the rear of the nine-acre property to the Planning Board.

The application had been ...

Following Wawa Rejection, Pine Brook Property Owner Files Suit

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Planning Board will need to reverse its rejection of a Wawa market and gas station if a lawsuit filed by Pine Brook property owner Raymond Eshaghoff prevails.

The board rejected an application to install the 24-hour Wawa in the Pine Brook section of town on April 13, 2017.

The application to allow the Wawa company to build on the property located ...

Montville Sees $12M Surge in Tax Payments Due to Tax Bill: Twp Committee Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – Township Administrator Victor Canning told the Montville Township Committee that the town clerk’s office was kept extremely busy during the last week of 2017, as the township collected $11,851,044 in advanced property tax payments for 2018. New tax laws took effect on Jan. 1 which cap property tax deductions from federal taxes owed at $10,000, so Montville Township ...

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