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Thank You Mayor, Council for Supporting Summit's Restaurant Industry

April 30, 2021

Dear Editor:

On behalf of everyone from Summit House and Bar Bacoa, as well as our peers at Roots, Fiorino and Fin, I wanted to express our collective appreciation for the support Mayor Radest and the Summit Common Council have provided to our local restaurant industry over the past year.

In particular, thank you for seeing to it that Maple Street again will become an outdoor dining ...

Don’t Make This Political

April 21, 2021

Dear neighbors, 

As I hope you know, I am running for re-election to serve again as the Ward 2 representative on our Common Council. My Republican opponent, David Fosgate, recently wrote a candidate statement that offers voters their first chance to observe a stark contrast between the two of us. He made what I think is an extremely disappointing choice: attempting to politicize public ...

Summit Police Blotter

May 5, 2021

4/8/2021 — Gregory Asch, 36, of Jersey City was arrested and charged with driving under the influence. Mr. Asch was processed and released with a pending court date.  

4/8/2021 — At 0852 hours a report was taken for a theft of a package from a Woodland Avenue residence. The victim reported the theft occurred on 3/11/2021. Removed from the residence was a package ...

Summit EMS Report - March, 2021

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 180 emergency calls in March. These included 107 medical emergencies: 22 falls; eight motor vehicle accidents, including one on a highway and one with entrapment; 13 traumatic injuries; one pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle; nine cases of overdose or poisoning; one possible Carbon Monoxide poisoning, four responses to a medical alarm, and two ...

Union County Commissioners Announce COVID-19 Emergency Food Distributions

May 5, 2021

The Union County Board of County Commissioners will hold additional emergency food distribution events for Union County residents in May to aid those affected by COVID-19.

These will include:

Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.

Kean University in Union
Drive-thru only
Coordinated by the County of Union with support from Village Super Market, Gargiulo Produce, and CMC ...

Imagine Seeking New Executive Director

2021 marks the tenth year that Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss, has been providing support to grieving children, teenagers, and families. This year will also mark an important transition in the organization. Founder and Executive Director of Imagine, Mary Robinson, has decided to step out of her role as Executive Director to dedicate her time as Founder of Imagine to outreach, education, ...

Summit Real Estate Report - March, 2021

Prominent Property Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from March 2021.

Active Listings: ...

Allocate Your Assets for Maximum Tax Efficiency!

Investment management for private clients presents unique challenges.  Near the top is that profits generated cannot be enjoyed until they’ve passed through the tax filter.  Understanding the tax implications of investing allows some control over the amount of taxes paid even if the path of the financial markets is beyond control.

In a Nutshell

The tax tail should never wag ...

Do or Do Not? Parenting the Star Wars Way

Two very important events occurred in 1977. One, I was born.  Two, Star Wars came out. I’ll let you contemplate which was more important, but I am willing to concede that my birth may not be number one.

Thirty-five years later when I found out that my wife was pregnant, one of the first things to enter my mind was...what order to show my child the Star Wars movies? I ...

CWI.Design Hosts Watercolor Fundraising Event for Connie Dwyer Breast Center Foundation

Children have not been the only people learning online during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Social media is full of photos and stories about how-to classes that people have taken during the past 13 months — knitting, wine-making, canning and painting come to mind. The group experience is still there and the students are safe, at a remote location. 

Recently a group of novice watercolor ...

We Need to Talk

I am told I need to participate in the national conversation.

I am not exactly sure what that means, but It seems like everytime I turn on the news some authoritative figure addressing the most recent topic of the day decries the need to “have a conversation” or “add to the conversation” or “join in the conversation”.

Who exactly am I supposed to be ...