Mayors' Corner

August 8, 2020

Dear Randolph Residents, As we head into the weekend, many residents in Randolph remain without power due to the damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias, which brought up to 7 inches of rain and wind gusts of up to 65 mph to New Jersey.  Once again, today township staff and officials have focused ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The 145 miles of roads that wind through Randolph are very important to all of us as we travel each day to work, to school and everywhere we need to go, so it’s critical that these roads are properly maintained.  Overall, the road maintenance in Randolph is the result of the combined ...

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The first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported in New Jersey on March 4 and a short time later, on March 17, we reported the first confirmed case in Randolph. Since that time, 323 Randolph residents have tested positive for the virus.  Some have experienced mild symptoms, some have experienced ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Randolph has slowed considerably.  In April we were reporting 50 to 60 new cases per week, and we are now reporting only 3 or 4 new cases weekly.  Since the first case of COVID-19 infection in Randolph was confirmed in March, 290 ...

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While serving as Mayor, it’s a pleasure to work with many different organizations that are part of the fabric of our community.  Randolph is extremely proud to be the home of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7333, which plays a prominent role in our community.       The mission of the VFW ...

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It has been almost 10 weeks since Governor Murphy issued a stay-at-home order and closed all non-essential businesses in New Jersey. Since that time, over 11,000 NJ residents and almost 100,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 infections. The stark reality of these numbers is ...

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Randolph Township has adopted its 2020 municipal budget.  I am very happy to report that for the fourth consecutive year, the municipal tax levy has not increased.  This is great news for Randolph residents and is a result of many years of good financial planning and management, a stable assessment ...

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Dear Randolph Residents, It has been over 6 weeks since Governor Murphy issued a stay-at-home order and closed all non-essential businesses in New Jersey. At that time there were 16 deaths in New Jersey attributed to COVID-19. As of today, over 7,700 New Jersey residents have reportedly died ...

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In spite of continuing to receive daily reports of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 among Randolph residents, there is reason to be cautiously optimistic. The number of new cases reported over the last 2 weeks has been trending downward and there is evidence that we are “flattening the curve.” Our ...

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Dear Randolph residents, It’s been more than 4 weeks since we first reported cases of COVID-19 in Randolph. Since then, 192 Randolph residents have tested positive for the virus. Many have been hospitalized and unfortunately 12 members of our Randolph community have passed away from COVID-19 ...

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Dear Randolph Residents, I hope you are staying strong as we continue to face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  On Sunday, the US Surgeon General predicted that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic this week would be the “hardest and the saddest” for us, describing it as a “Pearl ...

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Dear Randolph residents, This has certainly been a tough week in Randolph. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread and affect all of us. As of today, we have had 68 Randolph residents test positive for the virus after exhibiting symptoms. While many of these individuals are on the road to ...

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Dear Randolph Residents, It’s the start of a new week in our world of social distancing. Our lives have been upended in many ways and nothing is the same as it was just a few short weeks ago. We stay in our homes unless we must venture out for “essential” travel, to go to work or get food, ...

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Dear Randolph Residents, A lot of challenges have been thrown our way as our lives continue to be disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In Randolph we now have 15 residents who have tested positive for the virus and that number is likely to increase over the coming days and weeks. Individuals ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our daily lives. As of today, 10 Randolph residents have tested positive for the virus. It’s very likely that that number will increase over the coming weeks. Many residents have reached out to me and Township staff asking for more information ...

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March 16, 2020 The world around us has certainly changed quickly. A few weeks ago, the term “social distancing” was not in my vocabulary. I would never have imagined that over the course of a few hours last week, Disney World would close, the NCAA “March Madness” tournament would be canceled and ...

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To all Randolph residents, I want to reassure you that the health and safety of our residents are always our top priority in Randolph. During this particularly unique and challenging time, our township staff is working diligently to monitor the rapidly evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 ...

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While serving as the Mayor of Randolph, I have the pleasure to meet many residents and work with numerous local organizations that make Randolph such a special community.  The Randolph Rescue Squad is one such organization.  It was formally established as an independent, volunteer rescue and ...

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Randolph's New Mayor for 2020 Christine Carey Delivered the following Speech at Randolph's reorganization meeting the first week of January: Good evening.  Happy New Year and Welcome to 2020. Thank you to all of the family members, friends, staff, and elected officials who have come here ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- One of the most important roles of our service-based municipal organization, Randolph Township, is keeping residents and visitors safe.  Traffic related issues, including: congestion; excessive speed; the need for intersection improvements or added controls; and parking restrictions ...

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Randolph Township is first and foremost a service-based organization.  Most residents are familiar with the many services provided by the township: snow removal; leaf and branch collections; garbage and recycling pick up; large household bulk items collections; animal control; health screenings and ...

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As we enter the month of October, we notice the cooler temperatures and the foliage that beautifies our landscape.  With the change in seasons, we are reminded that the weather can be rather unpredictable.  Anyone who has lived in Randolph or the surrounding area during the past decade will recall ...

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