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Nutley Renews Contracts for Mental Health Services, ARC, and Tree Removal

December 18, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - Numerous resolutions were approved during the Tuesday, Dec. 4 Board of Commissioners public meeting including the announcement that Nutley is participating with the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Year End Holiday Crackdown from Dec. 7 through Jan. 1, 2019. The township pledges to increase awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving.

A resolution was approved to pay a ...

New Nutley Water Ordinance Adds A Maintenance Fee

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley residents will soon see a $3 a month service and maintenance fee on their water bill. The updated ordinance was unanimously passed during the Tuesday, Dec. 4 Board of Commissioners public meeting.

A public hearing was held for Ordinance No. 3399 to amend Ordinance No. 412 of the Township Code entitled Water, more specifically, Chapter 685, Article 1, Regulations and ...

Transitional State Aid and Questions About Property Maintenance at Nutley BOC Meeting

NUTLEY, NJ - The township qualifies for transitional aid and a resident raises question about property maintenance at the Tuesday, Nov. 20 Board of Commissioners meeting.


Mayor and Public Works Commissioner Joseph P. Scarpelli thanked the commissioners for the handling of the Thursday, Nov. 15 snow storm. “[…] the tristate area had a lot of problems with gridlock, ...

Nutley Board of Commissioners Discuss Changes to Water Ordinances

NUTLEY, NJ - Updated proposed water ordinance was discussed during the Wednesday, Nov. 7 Board of Commissioners public meeting. Public affairs Commissioner Steven L. Rogers was absent excused.

Ordinance No. 3397 defining mixed-use and density introduced on Sept. 4, which was re-scheduled to the Nov. 7 agenda for a public hearing, was tabled indefinitely according to Mayor and Public Works ...

"Hate Has No Home" at Congressman Frelinghuysen's Office on Move Out Day.....

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Friday December 14th was move out day for Congressman Frelinghuysen. As the final pieces of furniture and belongings came out of the Congressional office on Schuyler Place in Morristown, demonstrators entered the building.  Like most Fridays of the past two years, the day was fraught with protestors, this time bringing a cake and a celebratory party mood. 

According ...

Nutley Commissioners honor Barry A. Kozyra with Proclamation

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Commissioners presented a proclamation to resident Barry A. Kozyra during an township public meeting. Kozyra is the recipient of the 2018 Professional Lawyer of the Year award by the Essex County Bar Association and New Jersey Commission on Professionalism in the Law.

The award was presented at the NJ Commission’s Professionalism Awards Luncheon ...

Parsippany Mayor joins NJ Gov. Phil Murphy in the fight to raise the state's minimum wage to $15

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Mayor Michael Soriano joined Governor Murphy at Parsippany Based, Earth Friendly Products to express their support for a $15 minimum wage.  Earth Friendly Products has offered $17/hour as a minimum wage at their company for all employees since 2014.  The company was used as an example for how all business should be run.  

Here is the full Press ...

Nutley Board Members and Citizens Speak Out About Term Limit Ordinance

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley residents and board members came forward to speak on the potential Ordinance No. 3045 enacting term limits on quasi-judicial boards during the Tuesday, Nov. 20 Board of Commissioners public meeting. After many spoke out against it, the board decided to table the ordinance.

Nutley residents Tammy Rossi, Amy Celento, Rory Moore, Michael Odria and Carmine Alessio ...

VIDEO: New Jersey Debuts One-Stop, Online Benefits Application for Seniors, Individuals with Disabilities

TRENTON, NJ — New Jersey seniors and individuals with disabilities now have an online tool to see if they're entitled to a host of health- and household-related benefits and savings.

The Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Division of Aging Services has launched NJSave, a new online application to help qualifying New Jerseyans save money on Medicare premiums, prescription costs ...

Bill Protecting Internet Users from Identity Theft Advances

TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now that legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Jay Webber.

The bill expands a list of breaches requiring notification to ...


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NJ-11 Representative-Elect Mikie Sherrill Announces Senior Staff

December 18, 2018

Fairfield, NJ -- Today Representative-Elect Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) named Ethan Saxon, a 12-year veteran of the legislative branch, as her Chief of Staff, senior campaign staff Kellie Doucette and Jill Hirsch as District Directors, and Jackie Burns as Communications Director.

“We’re building a team of skilled, passionate, and committed people who are dedicated to serving the people ...