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Earth Day Cleanup Tidies Up Montville Townsnhip

May 16, 2018

MONTVILLE, NJ – If the township seems a little cleaner, it’s because of the hard work of almost 300 residents who participated in the annual Earth Day celebration cleanup April 28 and dates surrounding that day to pick up debris around town.

Recreation Director Lori Dent told TAPinto Montville that the residents who participated were individuals and about 15 different organizations ...

Fast Moving Storm Leaves Damaged Trees and Power Outages in its Wake

MONTVILLE, NJ - This afternoon's thunderstorms left a trail of downed trees and wires across Montville. Some residents are experiencing power outages. 

Montville Township police issued the following alert just before 6 p.m.: "There are multiple trees and power lines down throughout the town. Do not touch downed lines. Crews are responding to multiple requests ...

MTHS Earth Club Advisor and Poster Contest Winners Honored at Arbor Day Celebration

MONTVILLE, NJ – April 27 was proclaimed Arbor Day by the Montville Township Committee, and a ceremony was held on the hill near the township amphitheater beyond the public library to commemorate the occasion.

The Montville Township Environmental Commission announced its 2018 honoree, Paul Rolfe, a teacher at Montville Township High School who is also the advisor to that school’s ...

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New Jersey Highlands Coalition Offers Grants to Grassroots Citizen Groups

June 14, 2018

BOONTON, N.J. - Local grassroots citizen groups protecting water and other environmental resources or preserving cultural and historic treasures (including “brick-and-mortar” projects for specific historic sites or districts) in northern New Jersey's Highlands Region can apply for grants up to $5,000 through the New Jersey Highlands Coalition’s 2018 Small Grants ...