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Randolph Recreation Repairs Field Lights at Heistein Park and More to Come

November 13, 2017

RANDOLPH, NJ - After cancelling the October recreation committee meeting, Recreation Director Russ Newman reviewed the successes of events and sports from the past months, but also addressed the upgrade to the lights at Heistein Park.

Recently, a Randolph resident at the township council meeting asked about improvements to the lights. During Thursday's committee meeting, ...

Randolph Council Approves Trail Master Plan

RANDOLPH, NJ - Several weeks ago, the council provided feedback on the Trails Master Plan draft to the consultants from Greener by Design. This week, the council adopted the revised plan through combined action resolution and look forward to beginning the new projects.

Consultants Frank Pinto and Ben Spinelli pointed out that the plan is simply a guideline for the future depending on the ...

Randolph Council Hears Presentation on Verizon Wireless Improvements

RANDOLPH, NJ - Due to the increase of cell phone usage around the county, Verizon Wireless may be increasing coverage in Randolph Township by installing nodes throughout the township. Representatives presented examples to the township council, explaining how each node improves coverage for approximately 1,000 feet and would manage the gaps in service caused by the terrain in ...

Randolph Township Celebrates New Patrol Officer and Retiring Crossing Guard

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Police Department and Township Council welcomed new Patrol Officer Nicholas Francica to the force during his swearing-in ceremony. Following the ceremony, the council also recognized the long career of crossing guard Nancy Gusoff, who retired in June.

Francica has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and interned with the State Police in their Regional ...

Randolph Residents Can Sign Up For Smart 911 Emergency Call Service

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  When calling 9-1-1 from either a cell phone or land line, operators have only your phone number and general sense of location to help you. Now residents in Randolph and twenty two other towns in Morris County can sign up for Smart 911 which makes first responders more aware of details they would not have known previously.

Smart911 is a free service that gives ...

Calais Park Steering Committee Presents Concept Plan to Randolph Township Council

RANDOLPH, NJ - After almost a year of discussions and planning, the design team presented a concept plan and $2.53 million budget for the Calais Park acreage to the township council. The budget comes out of the already-approved 10-year Parks Master Plan

The environmental constraints of wetlands and a stream caused a challenge in development, and the steering committee went through each item in ...

Randolph Joins Morris County “Stigma Free’’ Movement

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Township Council this week passed a resolution to declare the township Stigma-Free, making it the 24th town to join the Morris County “Stigma Free’’ initiative that aims to help eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

This grass roots initiative recognizes the high prevalence of mental illness and substance ...

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