Coalition-Led Ballot Question Approved, Safeguarding Pollution Settlements

November 8, 2017

NEWARK, NJ -  Voters provided permanent relief to communities harmed by industrial pollution on Tuesday by approving an environmental coalition-led ballot question that prevents money earmarked for environmental restoration from being raided by Trenton lawmakers.

The measure was declared passed with 69 percent support.

“By approving Ballot Question 2, voters created a ‘lock ...

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 ...

Morris County Motorists: Be Alert for Deer Crossing , Deer More Likely To Cross Roads As Mating Season Gets Under Way

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ- The state Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife is reminding motorists to be alert for white-tailed deer crossing highways and local roads as days get shorter and deer become more active with mating season under way.

in thousands of collisions with motor vehicles in New Jersey each year, with the highest number occurring during the ...

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 ...

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