Mayors' Corner

November 1, 2018

Fall is now in full swing! Please don’t over-due it if you head outside to pick up your leaves. Beautiful up on the trees, not so hot on the lawn! But the good news is that due to a change in policy enacted by our township council, with input from our residents, Randolph Township will pick up all ...

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Happy Fall! As the weather cools and the leaves begin to change, we find ourselves only two weeks  away from a very important election on November 6th. I would like to take a moment to remind everyone that each and every vote is important.  However, sometimes we are un-aware of issues or ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Mayor Forstenhausler had a very busy month of April. Below is a summation of where the current Mayor of Randolph has been spending his time: 4/18/2018 – I attended a Morris County League of Municipalities Meeting at the Morris County Correctional Facility hosted by Sheriff James ...

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One of the key responsibilities of our township council is to plan an annual budget. The first step is a discussion with the Township Manager and the CFO so that they know the goals of our Mayor and Council. Then they work with the various department heads with those goals in mind. Once a draft ...

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Randolph,NJ-Due to the continuing power outages the Township Community Center located on Calais Road will be open again tomorrow, March 4 at 9:00 a.m.    Mayor Mark H. Forstenhaulser Shared the following statement with TAP into a Randolph: JCP&L will provide free water and ice to ...

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I hope that everyone is enjoying the winter weather here in beautiful Randolph Township! It’s a wonderful time to enjoy many outdoor activities with family. From ice skating to sledding to skiing, it’s our varied seasons that attract so many to our wonderful community. Just be sure to stay safe. Do ...

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The Randolph Township Council held its annual reorganization meeting on January 1st, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Town Hall on Millbrook Ave. At that meeting it was the duty of the Council to select a mayor for the upcoming year, and I was honored to have been selected. My family and I have lived here for ...

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It’s hard to believe that 2017 is coming to a close.  Serving as Mayor of Randolph this past year has certainly been an honor that I have enjoyed tremendously.  As Mayor, I experienced firsthand what makes Randolph a truly special community.  The Town Council, working with our outstanding Town ...

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