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Invisible 911 Dispatchers in New Jersey Face Uncertainty During Pandemic

October 23, 2020

SPARTA, NJ -  On a fall day in 2019, a young boy riding his bicycle rolled onto the main road near his Sussex County home.  The reverberations from an oncoming dump truck would signal danger to any adult.  For this boy they foretold death.  Someone placed a 911 call.

Scot Sorensen, 49, is the 911 Coordinator for the Sparta Police Department SPD.  The dispatcher has ...

Sparta Police: New York Man Speeds to Drug Charges

SPARTA, NJ – A New York man is facing drug charges after being stopped for speeding.  On October 15 around 11 p.m. Officer Brian Porter stopped John Finch on Route 15 for driving 77 in a 55 MPH zone, police said.

When Porter spoke with Finch the officer smelled pot in the car.  Finch admitted marijuana had been smoked in the car earlier and he still had a small amount of pot on ...

Not So Fast on Those Assessments

October 19, 2020

On September 30th Governor Murphy signed into law the long awaited, Legislation S908, sponsored by the 24th District Office, clarifying association assessment payment requirements in planned real estate developments also known as PREDFDA (Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act).

 On October 1st, Ernest Hofer, President New Jersey Coalition of Lake Associations (COLA), ...

Sensible Development, Environmental Responsibility – Sparta Priorities

October 15, 2020

I. Sensible Development:

We believe development is an important way that communities grow and prosper.  It allows us to maintain a vibrant local economy, enjoy a charming town center, provide for the needs of current residents and business owners, attract new residents, and support desirable property values, just for example.  

 

However, new development ...

Transparency, Community Engagement, and Fiscal Accountability go Hand-in-Hand

I. Transparency and Community Engagement:

Continuously improving the information available to residents needs to be a goal of the Township.  The community must have clear, simple access to policy, project, and financial information.  Being an active participant in your town’s government is your right, and being able to offer suggestions, ask questions, and share ...

The hiring of Sparta's next superintendent

On May 26th, less than eight months after Dr. Rossi’s new contract was approved, offering a 13% increase in salary and occurring prior to the newly elected board members assuming their roles, Dr. Rossi took a leave of absence.  In July, the board of education formally voted to part ways.

As we begin the search for Sparta’s new Superintendent, it is crucial we follow the ...

Selecting the Next CEO of the Sparta Schools

The most important decision the board of education will make next year is choosing the next permanent chief educational officer (CEO) of the district. This decision will impact not only the students and families who attend the schools, but also the entire community. The school district is the #1 employer in Sparta and the superintendent oversees over $76,000,000 in operations.

The academic ...

Strong Choice, not dirty politics

We seem to have struck a nerve with our recent Letter to the Editor in TAPinto Sparta. Our opponents seem to have become forceful in their attempts to scare residents into voting for them in lockstep without any real thought on the matter. Apparently, questioning leadership effectiveness or policy, or having new ideas and perspectives, gets labeled as “a small, radical movement ”.

Write-in Candidate Alan Yeung for Board of Education 1-yr Term

My name is Alan Yeung. I graduated as the Class of 2020 valedictorian from Sparta High School. As a remote student like many, I have a unique opportunity this year to effect positive change in the Sparta Township School District by filling the vacant one-year position on the Sparta Board of Education. I’m seeking your vote.

As a student who went through the entirety of the Sparta public ...

Sparta Mom Launches Baby and Child Sleep Consulting Firm Just In Time for the 'Scary' Halloween Fall Back Time Change

October 23, 2020

SPARTA, N.J., October 21, 2020 — Sparta resident and mother of two boys, Jodi Willenborg, has launched Rest Sleep Rise, a child sleep consulting firm dedicated to bringing sleep back to the family -just in time for the time change that often plagues parents with sensitive sleepers. With the dreaded “fall back” time change occurring the day after Halloween, parents with young, ...

Tri-County Scholarship Fund to Honor Morristown Medical Center President Trish O'Keefe at Virtual Gala

MENDHAM, NJ – Tri-County Scholarship Fund (TCSF) will host its 39th Annual Awards Celebration on Monday, October 26, 2020, as a free, live-streaming event, honoring three New Jersey leaders, including Morristown Medical Center President, Trish O’Keefe. All of the honorees believe in and support the TCSF mission to provide partial scholarships for many of the state’s most ...

Adults Coming Together to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges is participating in the Five Days of Action, Oct. 26-30, 2020. The Five Days of Action is a week designed to raise awareness and inspire adults to take action to protect children from sexual abuse. 

The Y encourages adults and organizations in the community to play a vital role in making the local community a safer place for ...

How To Get Property Tax Relief Senior Freeze Deadline November 2.

Most of us want to continue to stay in our homes and communities, but property taxes are driving us away.  Taking advantage of New Jersey’s Property Tax Relief programs can stretch our dollars.  Who qualifies?  Are there special programs for seniors?

The Senior Citizens Council has prepared a video presentation on the property tax relief options available for ...

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Oct 7, 1940 - Aug 13, 2020
MARLBOROUGH, MA– Carol Ann Heath Olsen, 79, passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 13, ...
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NJ Election 2020: Ballot question asks voters if they want to extend property-tax relief for military veterans

October 18, 2020

There are two parts to Public Question No. 2. Here are the details, who would benefit and what it could cost.

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Editor’s note: NJ Spotlight News plans a look at each of the three ...

Sussex County Residents are Getting Their Ballots In

SPARTA, NJ – Did you vote yet?  Most Sussex County residents who are registered to vote have received their mail in ballots by now.  The governor required all registered voters to receive a mail in ballot, whether they ask for it or not. 

Board of Election Commissioner Allen Langjahr said as of Tuesday, October 13 the board of elections has received 22,193 mail in ...

Wallkill Valley LLD Class Meets with Senator Oroho via Zoom

October 23, 2020

HAMBURG, NJ - The LLD Class at Wallkill Valley High School spent an hour Friday, October 16th  learning more about New Jersey State Government and the role of a State Senator through a zoom visitation with State Senator Oroho. Oroho is the Senator for the 24th Legislative District. 

The LLD class consists of nine students grades nine through12 who have been ...

COMING SOON- Completely renovated home in Byram Township!

COMING SOON- Are you looking for a beautiful 2 bedroom home in Byram Township? 13 Union Street has it ALL. Extensively RENOVATED with NEW bath, kitchen, windows, deck, and more. NEW INDUCTION range, microwave, & dishwasher. Laundry in kitchen. FLAT open rear yard with shed. Oversized lot with off street parking. Includes a newer septic. Gorgeous hardwood floors. Do nothing but move right in! ...

Murphy Vetoes Bill to Reimburse Restaurants for Indoor Dining False Start

October 19, 2020

NEW JERSEY — Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday vetoed a bill that would have appropriated $30 million in federal monies to reimburse restaurants owners who expended funds in anticipation of reopening for indoor dining July 2 — an opening the governor canceled two days before it was set to occur.

While in his veto statement Murphy said New Jersey government is meeting ...