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Roxbury Guest Column

May 18, 2021

Whether you know of him or not, the retired state senator may have had the greatest impact on New Jersey of any politician in Trenton.  What is he up to lately? When you need something done in New Jersey, Ray Lesniak, 74, has a guy. “Me,” the former state senator said without ...

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Go Jump in a New Jersey Lake… The weather is getting warmer, and we are all thinking about outdoor activities and planning outings with friends and family. But when we get to the lake, we find a sign saying the beach is closed for swimming due to a harmful algal bloom, or HAB as they are now ...

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With the closing of the Barnes and Noble in Succasunna, many customers are left asking, “Where do I go to get my books?” Look no further than the Roxbury Library, located just a short distance away from the old Barnes and Noble location!  Conveniently housed on Main Street in Succasunna, the ...

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Environmentalists from around the state have rightly voiced their alarm over the spike in harmful algal blooms (HAB) plaguing freshwater bodies like Lake Hopatcong and Greenwood Lake this summer and called for more aggressive watershed management-based solutions. My 22 years of experience as a ...

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