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Recreation Committee Reviews Past Year, Looks Forward to 2018 Improvements

January 13, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Recreation Committee started their new year by reviewing 2017 successes and introducing two new members. With the finalization of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan last year, the group looks forward to seeing their input funded and implemented.

Committee chair Joseph Nazzaro mentioned several improvements specifically, including sportsmanship signage installed at ...

Randolph Township Appoints New Mayor, Reflects on 2017

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Township Council started the new year by nominating and approving Mark Forstenhausler for mayor and Jim Loveys as deputy mayor, as well as reflecting on the successes of 2017.

Forstenhausler has lived in Randolph for over 23 years, was appointed to the council in 2014 and served as deputy mayor in 2017.

“Without the support from my family, I could never ...

Pre-Payment of 2018 Randolph Property Taxes being Accepted

RANDOLPH, NJ- In light of the sweeping tax overhaul approved by the U.S. Congress earlier this week, the township has received multiple inquiries as to whether property owners would be permitted to pre-pay their 2018 estimated taxes on or before the end of 2017.

The township is able to accept a pre-payment of the first and second quarters of a property owner’s 2018 estimated property ...

Mount Freedom "Village Center" Moves Closer to Reality with Recent Updates

RANDOLPH, NJ - At the final council meeting of the year, Planning/Zoning Administrator Darren Carney reported on the most recent updates to the Mount Freedom Master Plan. The plan has changed many times, starting in 1975, but development can begin with the road improvements and sewer extension now in place.

Carney detailed the various zoning limitations and changes that have been proposed ...

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