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October 14, 2021

MONTVILLE, NJ – Patrolman Dan Casillo was promoted to police sergeant at the Oct. 12 Montville Township Committee meeting. Casillo grew up in Montville Township and graduated from Montville Township High School, according to Police Chief Andrew Caggiano. He received a BA in sociology/criminal ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The properties located at Suppa’s, the Pine Brook Motel, and the vacant lot next to the motel in Pine Brook were the subject of an ordinance slightly changing a 2016 redevelopment ordinance for that area at the Sept. 28 Montville Township Committee meeting. “In 2015 we adopted an ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Frank Cooney made the following announcement at the Sept. 28 Montville Township Committee meeting: “As a governing body, we want to inform the public of our updated town-wide security measures,” he said. “Over the last several years, in an effort to address Montville ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Another Altice complaint “progress report” was given at the Sept. 14 Montville Township Committee meeting, although Member June Witty wasn’t having it. Committee Member Matt Kayne said that Altice had provided un-redacted responses to the matters that they had been questioned on ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The former L&L Auto on Route 46 near Bonefish Grill in Pine Brook is being replaced with a new gas station and convenience store, as the Montville Township Planning Board unanimously voted “Quick and on the Way” into the property Sept. 9. Located on 46 West near Hook Mountain ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ - On Saturday, community members of Montville Township attended a special ceremony at the Freedom Plaza in Montville’s Community Park. The occasion was to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. On September 11th, 2001, the United States saw nearly 3,000 ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Committee Member Matt Kayne had an update regarding the township’s complaint against its cable and wifi provider, Altice, which he discussed at the Aug. 17 township committee meeting. “As I said last time, the ‘fiber to home’ in Montville is going to be coming this year, which ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Committee Member Matt Kayne gave an update on the township’s complaint against cable and wifi provider Altice at the July 20 Montville Township Committee meeting. He said that at the recent hearing, Altice was asked questions about service, investments, and other matters, yet ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Robert Flynn of JCP&L appeared before the township committee to talk about improvements the company was making to help reduce Montville outages. They included Reliability Plus, a $97 million project the electric company had embarked on to make improvements in its coverage ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – With no public comment, the Montville Township Committee voted to pass an ordinance prohibiting the operation of all classes of cannabis businesses from setting up in the township at their June 22 meeting. In 2020, voters passed public question number 1, which legalized a ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The 2021 budget saw a 1.066% tax levy increase for the municipal and library taxes, a $36.20 increase on the average assessed home of $529,617.36, or $3.02 per month. But what is a resident receiving for that increase? What’s in the budget? TAPinto Montville asked Assistant ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Juve Group will not be building its proposed 70 unit complex near the Doremus House in Towaco due to the Planning Board’s denial of its application at its May 27 meeting. The units, part of the township’s affordable housing settlement with Fair Share Housing, were designed ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee met on May 22 and issued a Pride Month Proclamation which promotes the “visibility, dignity and equality for LGBTQ+ individuals in our community” in order to foster “welcoming and affirming LGBTQ+ spaces.” Celebrating Pride Month influences ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Testimony continued at the May 20 zoning board meeting for a 165-unit senior living facility proposed for 205-207 Changebridge Road, to be called Monarch. The project would include independent living, assisted living and memory care units in one multi-wing building. Planner for ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Committee Member Matt Kayne updated the Montville Township Committee at their May 11 meeting on a report made by the Board of Public Utilities on the hearing held due to a complaint that the township has made against wifi and cable services provided by Altice USA. Kayne said of ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Township Attorney Fred Semrau had an update about the township’s ongoing battle with wifi and cable TV provider Altice at the April 27 Montville Township Committee meeting: “Just about an hour ago, the Board of Public Utilities came out with an order as a follow-up to the hearing ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The new tax levy and an update in the Altice service gaps situation were discussed at the April 13 Montville Township Committee meeting. Tax Increase The increase in resident taxes was announced by Assistant Township Administrator June Hercek, who said, “Our goal this year was ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Testimony continued at the April 7 zoning board meeting for a 165-unit senior living facility proposed for 205-207 Changebridge Road, to be called Monarch. The project would include independent living, assisted living and memory care units in one multi-wing building. James Graber ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Committee Member Matt Kayne gave his take on the Board of Public Utilities testimony that occurred last week regarding the “poor service and customer service provided by Altice USA,” he said at the March 22 Montville Township Committee meeting. “I would like to thank resident ...

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WASHINGTON, D.C. and MONTVILLE, NJ – U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Bob Menendez (both D-N.J.) released a county-by-county and town-by-town breakdown of the $10.189 billion in direct, flexible, federal assistance to state and local governments allocated to New Jersey in the American Rescue Plan. The ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township continued its efforts to address the telephone, cable television and internet services provided by Altice USA in New Jersey on March 16.  Through the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) sanctioned – In the Matter of Request for an Investigation into the ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Things got heated at the March 9 Montville Township Committee meeting as residents turned out in force to oppose an ordinance for land use in the township that defined not just farming, breweries, and electrical charging stations, but also two overlays of senior and assisted living ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – In response to an overwhelming concern and dissatisfaction expressed by residents regarding Altice USA’s cable and internet service, the Mayor and Township Committee have been diligently pursuing these concerns on behalf of our residents. After numerous meetings and interaction ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee held a short meeting on Feb. 23 and they did not mention to the public the hearing that has resulted from their complaint, along with 11 other towns, regarding Altice’s customer service and service interruptions that led to a complaint lodged with ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township, along with the rest of the county, state, nation, and around the world, experienced record-high number of new COVID-19 cases during this recent fall/winter surge. As has also been seen in other areas, the number of new cases in the Township has recently decreased ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Township Administrator Victor Canning discussed the current COVID-19 cases in the township at the Feb. 9 Montville Township Committee meeting. Currently (as of Feb. 11) there are 10 new cases, with 290 current cases. On Feb. 10, 54 cases cleared – the largest number since the ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township administration has determined that the following roads are to be milled and paved this spring using leftover 2020 capital funds:  ·        Asa Street ·        Cooks Farm Road ·        Grimes Terrace ·        Keller Court ·        Renshaw ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – If all goes well, shovel will be in ground to bring sewers to the Old Lane neighborhood in Towaco, a project that both residents and administrators alike have called long overdue. The approximately 100 houses in the neighborhood have been using septic tanks since the neighborhood ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Currently, the Morris County Vaccination Mega Site is the central location for providing available COVID-19 vaccine to those who live, work, and study in New Jersey who currently qualify under the State of New Jersey guidelines as eligible recipients: healthcare workers, ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Upon being renamed mayor for 2021, Frank Cooney gave the annual State of Montville address, as required by the township code. He talked about the challenge that COVID-19 had presented and continues to present, but due to teamwork at the Municipal Building and from first ...

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