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Judge to Hear Petitioners Case on Moving Municipal Elections

July 25, 2018

NEWTON, NJ — The petitioners have filed a civil action suit through the Superior Court of New Jersey, in hopes that a judge will overturn the Newton Town Council’s rejection of the petition and stop the need for a special election.

The case will go in front of the Hon. Stuart A Minkowitz, A.J.S.C Superior Court of New Jersey, on Wednesday, July 25 at 10:30 a.m. at the Morris County ...

Declaration of Independence – What is it?

The definition of a free country is where the government does not control what people say or do for political reasons and where people can express their opinions without punishment. The transition from a totalitarian state to a free country will be long and slow.

In a 2017 report Freedom House said that of the 195 countries assessed, 87 (45%) were rated Free, 59 (30%) Partly Free, ...

Newton Municipal Offices Holiday Schedule

NEWTON, NJ- Town of Newton municipal offices will be closing at 3 p.m. on July 3 and will remain closed until July 5, according to town officials.

New Leadership Sworn in at Annual Newton Town Council Re-Org Meeting

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton Town Council swore in a new mayor, deputy mayor and three council members, including two first term members at the annual re-organization meeting, Sunday, July 1.

Despite the heat and humidity, the municipal building was standing room only with family, friends and residents on hand to watch new members take their oaths.

Municipal Clerk Lorraine Read led the ...

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