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Montville Township Volunteer Firefighters Honored by State at Twp Committee Meeting

December 8, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ – State Senator Joseph Pennacchio was at the Nov. 28 Montville Township Committee meeting to honor 26 township volunteer firefighters with a combined service record of more than 1128 years.

Each firefighter received joint legislative resolutions plaques from the state, detailing their volunteer positions within each fire department and thanking them for their service ...

New Montville Twp Police Officer Sworn In; More Street Signs to be Installed

MONTVILLE, NJ – New Montville Township police officer Michael T. Cooney, Jr., nephew of Deputy Mayor Frank Cooney, was sworn in at the Nov. 28 Montville Township Committee meeting.

Police Chief Rudy Appelmann presented Michael Cooney to the township committee, saying Cooney joined the Cub Scouts at age six, continuing on to Boy Scout Troop 74, and achieving the rank of Eagle ...

Montville Township Committee Committed to Making Montville Stigma Free

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee made a proclamation designating the township as a Stigma Free community at its Nov. 13 meeting, solidifying the April 2017 resolution the town passed.

“Even though assistance is available, less than half the children and adults with diagnosable mental health problems seek and receive treatment, due to lack of knowledge, and fear ...

Montville in Disagreement with Parsippany Regarding Sewer Surplus

MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township and the Township of Parsippany have embarked in an argument over sewer charges which Montville Township officials feel a portion of surpluses are due to Montville.

Parsippany and Montville have had an agreement dating back 50 years, in which Montville Township sewage is treated in plants located in Parsippany.

On Sept. 27, Montville Township Mayor ...

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Pennacchio Reiterates Call for Elimination of $10k Property Tax Deduction Cap

December 7, 2017

TRENTON, NJ - During a New Jersey Senate session today, Sen. Joe Pennacchio (R-Essex, Morris, Passaic) reiterated his proposal to abolish New Jersey’s $10,000 property tax deduction limit. He made the following statement on the Senate floor:

“I, too, want to lend my name to the chorus of opposition to the removal of SALT deductions from our Federal tax returns. But at this point, ...