Government

May 21, 2020

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ—The Township of Berkeley Heights, in partnership with the Governor Livingston High School administration and the Board of Education, will help honor graduating seniors this June. The Township Department of Public Works will hang banners featuring seniors’ photos, school and ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Governor Phil Murphy today announced the launch of a new online portal to connect New Jersey residents with jobs in critical industries responding to COVID-19. The jobs portal is available here:https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov. Employers in critical industries should submit information ...

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NEW JERSEY - Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday issued an executive order that includes a broad-ranging “stay at home” edict for Garden State residents. Nearly all of the state’s 9 million residents should stay at home. "We must flatten the curve," Murphy said. "We can no longer maintain a sense of ...

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Updated 3/18/2020 at 11:11 a.m. BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - As of Tuesday, March 17, because of the current state of emergency due to Coronavirus and COVID-19, Union County and the Township of Berkeley Heights’ playgrounds, splash parks and tennis courts are closed until further notice. In addition, ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – The Borough of Mountainside, founded in 1895, will celebrate its 125th anniversary, the Quasquicentennial, throughout 2020. A variety of events have been planned as part of a year-long, community-wide celebration. All of the events and activities will highlight Mountainside’s ...

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  BERKELEY  HEIGHTS, NJ -- For those who haven’t been paying attention this season, the Governor Livingston Highlander Marching Band wrapped up its season with a series of wins and a record-breaking score. On Oct. 19, the Highlander Marching Band took first place in the Group II Open at the ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Union County Mosquito Control is planning to treat all of Berkeley Heights via aerial spray in response to address the recent EEE activity found in Berkeley Heights. The spraying, still subject to approval by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is tentatively set for ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – The Borough Council approved several salary resolutions at its Tuesday, June 18 meeting. Among them was a resolution to increase the annual salary for the Borough Clerk which passed on Mayor Paul Mirabelli’s tiebreaker vote. The council also approved the sale of unneeded ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – The Borough Council passed a proclamation celebrating June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) “Pride Month” at its Tuesday, June 18 meeting. Mayor Paul Mirabelli read the proclamation and invited Mountainside residents to attend the rainbow flag raising on ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – Councilman Rene Dierkes urges all drivers to follow the posted speed limits on local roads and stay off the phone while driving. His plea came at the Tuesday, June 18 council meeting, two weeks after a borough woman was struck and killed while crossing a street. The cause of the ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - The Borough Council approved a resolution which states that the borough will not collect the new stormwater management taxes which are often referred as rain taxes at its Tuesday, June 18 meeting. Councilman Rene Dierkes explained that “the governor is trying very hard to find ...

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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – The Borough Council recognized Deerfield School Valedictorian Hannah Tao and Salutatorian Laine Rittman for their academic achievements at the Tuesday, June 18 meeting. Mayor Paul Mirabelli read two resolutions in their honor. “The citizens of the Borough of Mountainside are ...

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